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Dublin: 6 °C Thursday 13 December, 2018

Irish - Yesterday’s News

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Irish - Tuesday 11 December, 2018

'When the border was finally ripped down - hope rose and healing began. We must not go back'

‘Growing up on the Irish border during the 1970s & 1980s was akin to some Bermuda Triangle existence, where people mysteriously disappeared and to this day, were never seen again,’ writes Grace Vaughan from Monaghan.

Justice minister to seek fast-tracking of blasphemy Bill

Almost 65% voted in favour of the 37th amendment to the Constitution in the blasphemy referendum.

DPP employee to go on trial charged with breaking the Official Secrets Act

The case relates to files pertaining to the murder of Peter Butterly.

Gardaí on alert as Kinahan target released from prison

The man is expected to leave the jurisdiction in the coming weeks.

Corporate tax reliance leaves us 'highly vulnerable to the relocation of even one large company'

The ESRI has been looking at the impact Budget 2019 will have.

Landlords to be sanctioned up to €30,000 if they breach rent caps under new laws

The new rules will mean notice periods given to tenants by landlords will be extended.

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Irish - Monday 10 December, 2018

Irish-born priest may be deported from Chile after serving sentence for sexually abusing girl

John O’Reilly was convicted of sexually abusing a young girl while he was a chaplain at a prestigious school.

Here's What Happened Today: Monday

Brexit, murder trials and abortion services had everyone talking today.

Varadkar and Tusk both say Brexit deal CAN'T be renegotiated

Theresa May has a fight on her hands.

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From The42 All 20,000 entries for next year's Dublin Marathon sell out 10 months in advance Huge Demand

All 20,000 entries for next year's Dublin Marathon sell out 10 months in advance

The 40th edition of the race takes place on Sunday 27 October 2019.

Man dies after collision between motorcycle and car

Gardaí have appealed for witnesses.

South Dublin County Council approves plan for apartment block beside park

The plans had prompted objections from some community workers.

Union has 'grave concerns' about hard drives of INM staff 'being searched without permission'

The NUJ said it is concerned about “the threat to confidential sources of information and the privacy of INM staff”.

From The42 Analysis: Murray's arc-running influence vital in guiding Munster over the line Class Act

Analysis: Murray's arc-running influence vital in guiding Munster over the line

The 29-year-old scrum-half provided two assists in the southern province’s win over Castres.

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Iona Institute researcher sues Twitter over tweets he claims defamed him

The allegedly defamatory tweets were not taken down from the social media platform.

The 5 at 5: Monday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

40 year-old goes on trial over fatal stabbing of man in relationship with his ex-partner

Keith Connorton has gone on trial charged with the killing of 29-year-old Graham McKeever in 2017.

Double jeopardy trial finds paedophile guilty of 1986 'Babes in the wood' murders

Schoolgirls Karen Hadaway and Nicola Fellows went missing after going out to play in October 1986.

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Lancaster in contract talks with Leinster, but refuses to rule out Farrell reunion

The Leinster senior coach has not received any contact from outside the province over his future.

Theresa May defers 'crucial vote' on Brexit deal

The Brexit plans are thrown into chaos again.

From The42 'There is a fear in the unknown...I’m going in as head coach, something I’ve never done before' Good Charlotte

'There is a fear in the unknown...I’m going in as head coach, something I’ve never done before'

Jim McGuinness chats about his decision to take over USL Championship side Charlotte Independence.

Taoiseach says abortion services may not be available in every hospital in January

Varadkar said he is confident services will be available, but perhaps not in every hospital or clinic.

Cockroaches and gnaw marks on a loaf of bread: 13 Irish food businesses closed by FSAI in November

13 closure orders and one prohibition order were served against businesses last month.

International developers reveal plans to build 3,000 apartments for rent across Dublin

The first 1,200 units are set to be completed in three years.

From The42 'You feel a bit guilty stealing man-of-the-match from someone like that' MOTM

'You feel a bit guilty stealing man-of-the-match from someone like that'

Ulster’s Will Addison was superb once again as they beat Scarlets in Wales.

Man (22) found guilty of murdering Alan O'Neill

Warren Nolan was found guilty of killing the 35 year-old in May 2015.

'A deeply embarrassing blow': Ireland ranked worst in Europe for tackling climate change

The Climate Change Performance Index has ranked Ireland 48th out of 56 countries.

'You feel you can't get a job': Methadone users face stigma and isolation, new report finds

The research examines the experiences of 25 people who have been on methadone treatment.

The 9 at 9: Monday

Here’s what’s happening today.

Poll: Do you think Britain will reverse the Brexit process? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you think Britain will reverse the Brexit process?

The European Court of Justice has ruled that the UK can unilaterally revoke Article 50.

Man (26) arrested on suspicion of murder after body found in Co Down

The body of a man was discovered in the Burrendale Park Road area of Newcastle at the weekend.

Theresa May in final bid to win support ahead of tomorrow's vote

European Court of Justice ruled today that Britain can reverse the Brexit process.

Opinion: There are some striking similarities between Irish independence and Brexit

Irish negotiators had to agree that Ireland would remain within the British empire while May’s deal could keep the UK trapped in the EU indefinitely, writes Caoimhín De Barra.

'A reminder of our struggle': New campaign for permanent Irish AIDS memorial

Similar memorials are in place elsewhere around the globe in Toronto, New York City and Durban, South Africa.

Rise of 'tough guy' world leaders 'mirrors the rise of fascism in the 1930s'

A new report said some leaders are using “bully tactics” to “demonise and persecute” vulnerable people.

Clamped outside the Rotunda at 37 weeks pregnant: The complaints against Dublin clampers

Over half of the clamping appeals made in the first nine months of the year were successful.

Irish - Sunday 9 December, 2018

'It's about our children now, not our grandchildren': Is Ireland ready to introduce a carbon tax?

It’s been claimed that the tide is turning in how society views the problem of climate change.

Quiz: How much do you know about the River Shannon?

The waterway is the country’s longest river.