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Dublin: 11 °C Thursday 20 June, 2019

Irish - Saturday 15 June, 2019

'Sport is sport and the best and worst thing about it is it's always going to be there'

Dublin star Aisling Maher is back at it after living the Central American Dream last summer.

Contract worth €160k out for a fitness instructor for the gym used by TDs and Senators

The fitness room next to Leinster House was opened to “counterbalance some of the negative lifestyle aspects” of working in parliament.

What the future of community living could look like in Limerick City's Georgian neighbourhood Future Of Housing This post contains videos

What the future of community living could look like in Limerick City's Georgian neighbourhood

We spoke to Architect Rosie Webb at the CoHousing Here event in Dublin about alternative housing models.

The 9 at 9: Saturday

Hong Kong, Nial Ring, and Love Island are all in the headlines this morning.

What's behind the violence in Mali and why does the Government want to send elite Defence Forces members there?

This week, Cabinet approved a proposal to send troops abroad for peacekeeping duties.

From The42 Meet the Irishman who became the voice of the 1994 World Cup in America Local Boy Done Good

Meet the Irishman who became the voice of the 1994 World Cup in America

Seamus Malin talks to The42 of a remarkable life that brought him from 1950s Dublin to the biggest show on Earth.

Ryanair is suing third-party flight booker Kiwi.com and Cologne airport

The airline has a long-standing policy of clamping down on sites that re-sell its fares.

Boris Johnson may prove a headache for Ireland, but a no-deal Brexit is the real nightmare

Past visits by Johnson to Ireland don’t exactly inspire confidence.

A 12-hour trip to play for Mayo, and California life: the doctor who 'never forgot Ireland'

Swinford native Bernard O’Hara remembers two-time All-Ireland winner Pádraig Carney following his recent passing.

Extra trains running this weekend for Bon Jovi and Noel Gallagher concerts

Additional security and Garda resources will be in operation on Irish Rail trains over the weekend.

Government planned to spend €200m on mortgage scheme in 3 years. It paid out €50m in just 3 months

New figures show that almost €50 million was paid out as part of the Rebuilding Ireland Home Loan scheme in the first three months of this year.

Irish - Friday 14 June, 2019

Baby boy who was cut from his mother's womb with a butcher's knife during attack in Chicago dies

Police say his mother, who was nine-months pregnant, was strangled.

From The42 Stunning effort from Ireland U21 youngster sees Bohs beat Shamrock Rovers again Report This post contains videos

Stunning effort from Ireland U21 youngster sees Bohs beat Shamrock Rovers again

Stephen Bradley’s side have not won against Keith Long’s men since May 2017, with Danny Mandroiu the two-goal hero tonight.

Two more British patients die after listeria outbreak linked to pre-packed sandwiches in UK

These two deaths come after three patients died last week.

Man arrested and murder inquiry launched after body of woman found in Co Mayo

At this stage gardaí are not looking for anyone else in relation to this incident.

Tobacco worth over €15,000 seized by Revenue officers in Munster

The seizures occurred following operations in Shannon and Limerick city.

Here's What Happened Today: Friday

An air craft crash, hospital waiting lists and Downing St… catch up on all the day’s news.

Ireland's first community air ambulance to be airborne within weeks as HSE gives go ahead

The service will cost €2 million to run annually and is to be funded through community and donor contributions.

Ebola: WHO decides DRC outbreak is not a 'global' health emergency

The current Ebola crisis has recorded more than 2,000 cases.

Man and teenage girl arrested over suspicious death of Irishman in London

The body of Adrian Murphy (43) was found at a block of flats on Lombard Road, Battersea, London on 4 June.

Appeal for witnesses following alleged racial abuse of family on Belfast to Dublin train

The alleged incident happened last Sunday when a family were traveling on the 7.05pm train.

PSNI releases footage of cars used by terrorists to transport bomb to police officer's home Belfast This post contains videos

PSNI releases footage of cars used by terrorists to transport bomb to police officer's home

On 1 June terrorists travelling in two cars planted a bomb under the car of a PSNI officer.

Dutch firm steps up efforts to hinder Conor McGregor's plans to expand brand across Europe

The company says it acquired the complete McGREGOR trademark portfolio and all other McGregor intellectual property rights in 2017.

Warning lifted as lion mane jellyfish no longer present at popular Dublin swimming spot

The sting of lion’s mane jellyfish can cause nausea, vomiting and respiratory distress.

'Disgrace': Record high in number of people waiting for outpatient appointments

556,411 patients were waiting for their first outpatient consultation at the end of May.

A number of calls made to exams commission over 'muffled' sound during Leaving Cert French exam

One student said students resorted to guessing the answers on the exam.

From The42 Know your sport? Take our weekly quiz Let's Get Quizzical

Know your sport? Take our weekly quiz

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The 5 at 5: Friday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Archaeologists uncover megalithic monument thought to be unlike any found in Ireland to date

The discovery was made by a team of archaeologists from IT Sligo during a two-week excavation.

From The42 Keane 'grateful' to McCarthy for allowing him to take Boro job, while Ireland boss is 'thrilled' New Opportunity

Keane 'grateful' to McCarthy for allowing him to take Boro job, while Ireland boss is 'thrilled'

The country’s record goalscorer has agreed to become assistant manager at the Championship club.

Investigation underway after two men killed in light aircraft crash in Kildare

The Air Accident Investigation Unit are currently at scene.

Man (50s) dies after being struck by car in Offaly

The driver of the car, a man in his 60s, was taken to hospital with injuries.

Woman 'seriously assaulted' from behind while out walking in Co Louth

The woman in her early 20s was seriously assaulted on the Táin walk.

EU says 'Russian sources' tried to undermine European election vote

The commission said it will take time to determine the “scope and impact” of the disinformation campaigns.

From The42 Former Wallaby Stephen Larkham appointed Munster senior coach Addition

Former Wallaby Stephen Larkham appointed Munster senior coach

He joins Johann van Graan’s coaching team ahead of next season.

Man remanded in custody over fatal O’Connell Street stabbing of Peter Donnelly

Donnelly died after he sustained serious injuries on Tuesday last.

Inspectorate launches examination of garda anti-corruption practices

Commissioner Drew Harris last month confirmed a new anti-corruption unit will be up and running by the end of the year.

PrEP programme to reduce HIV rates to be rolled out later this year

Rapid testing will be rolled out in Dublin, Cork, Galway and Limerick.

Say hello to Ambassador Crawford, now officially the United States' new man in Ireland

Until now, the role has been vacant for the entirety of Donald Trump’s presidency

Poll: Should the Leinster House lawn be let grow into a wild meadow? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should the Leinster House lawn be let grow into a wild meadow?

Insert ‘put politicians out to pasture’ joke here.