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Dublin: 7 °C Tuesday 19 March, 2019

Saturday 16 March, 2019

RTÉ criticised for policy change that cuts off Northern Ireland from TV competitions

RTÉ said that it changed its policy to comply with regulations in Northern Ireland.

Man (64) dies in collision between truck and two cars

The incident happened in Co Mayo yesterday.

From The42 'People keep asking me if this will be my last year, but there's not a chance of that' Interview

'People keep asking me if this will be my last year, but there's not a chance of that'

Despite turning 35 in January, Irish midfielder Alan McCormack is thriving in England.

Here's what's happening around the country this Paddy's weekend

A round-up of the events taking place across Ireland over the bank holiday weekend.

8ft fatberg made of wet wipes and nappies removed from sewer in Wicklow

People have been urged to be more mindful of flushing inappropriate things down the toilet.

Calls for Dublin to get its own version of the Wild Atlantic Way

The proposed cycling route would link Kilmainham, Inchicore, Drimnagh and Walkinstown.

From The42 Ireland look to blow the roof off Wales' Grand Slam party in Cardiff Battle

Ireland look to blow the roof off Wales' Grand Slam party in Cardiff

A bruising encounter in the rain awaits at Principality Stadium.

Opinion: The Irish American community is still an influential force in US politics

A recent book claims that the Irish American influence in Washington is waning but top politicians wouldn’t still be rolling out the green carpet if it was, writes Larry Donnelly.

Banned hit-and-run driver who seriously injured cyclist jailed for five years

Jonathan Wainyae pleaded guilty to causing serious bodily injury.

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'We all need to stand up to hate': Taoiseach condemns New Zealand terror attack

At least 49 people were killed yesterday at two mosques, when a man opened fire on people while videoing the massacre.

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The communications watchdog called out Eir over how it changes contracts
From The42 Taylor overcomes career-toughest test and batters Volante to win third world title Nearly There

Taylor overcomes career-toughest test and batters Volante to win third world title

After a thrilling encounter, Taylor is now the IBF, WBA and WBO World lightweight champion.

Taoiseach says climate change protests are 'welcome' and 'inspiring'

Earlier this month, the Taoiseach said he supported school students going on strike.

Tens of thousands of Irish firms haven't registered to move goods to and from the UK post-Brexit

Business groups have said the low numbers of companies acquiring their EORI so far is worrying.

Friday 15 March, 2019

Taoiseach says Trump could visit Ireland as early as June

Yesterday in the Oval Office, Trump has said that he hopes to visit Ireland this year.

Receding Chilean glacier a 'sign of accelerating climate change'

The 270 square kilometer glacier receded by 500 meters , more than half the amount lost over the previous decade.

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From The42 Reilly's sniping score hands McNamara's Ireland memorable Grand Slam win Clean Sweep

Reilly's sniping score hands McNamara's Ireland memorable Grand Slam win

The replacement scrum-half, promoted to the bench just before kick-off, produced a moment of magic for Ireland in north Wales.

Here's What Happened Today: Friday

49 killed in mosque shootings in New Zealand, thousands of students march in climate change protest – This evening’s top stories.

Nicki Minaj's concert will NOT be rescheduled following today's last-minute cancellation

The rapper was due to play the 3Arena tonight.

Trump signs first veto to secure funding for border wall

Trump declared in the Oval Office that he was “proud” to sign the veto.

Revenue seize car and cigarettes and tobacco worth over €16,500

This represents a potential loss to the Exchequer of almost €13,500.

'White-genocide theory' a core motivation for extreme far-right terrorists

Professor Maura Conway explained the racist “white-genocide” theory being shared online, and how “violence is often held out as the answer”.

Firefighters battle huge blaze at abandoned Drogheda mill

The fire broke out at the former Donaghy’s Mill in the town.

Gardaí investigating how baby received serious head wounds in Tipperary house

Gardaí are investigating all the circumstances..

Murder accused ‘put more effort into’ striking deceased with knife after first attempts didn’t work

The jury in his murder trial was hearing the memos of his interviews being read to the Central Criminal Court today.

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The 5 at 5: Friday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Is the DUP moving from 'no' to yes? Dodds says they've had constructive talks with ministers

Brexiteer Jacob Rees Mogg said that he would support Theresa May’s deal if the DUP agreed to vote for it.

Diarmuid Martin expresses concern over 'anti-Islamic sentiments being expressed in social media in Ireland'

Martin said that some of this anti-Islamic sentiment came from publications “purporting to be of Catholic inspiration”.

From The42 Al Boum Photo delivers a first Cheltenham Gold Cup for Willie Mullins Win At Last

Al Boum Photo delivers a first Cheltenham Gold Cup for Willie Mullins

The leading trainer had finished second in the race six times.

The St Patrick's Day forecast is bleak with hail and thunder expected

Highest temperatures will range between 7 and 9 degrees, according to Met Éireann.

Train services resume in Dublin city after earlier collision where a truck hit a bridge

The truck struck the bridge on Amiens Street just after 1pm.

Photos: Thousands of students hit the streets for climate change demonstrations

Second-level students descended on city centres this afternoon as part of the demonstrations.

Leo's meeting with Pence makes global headlines as Taoiseach avoids gaffes in Washington

The Taoiseach’s visit to Pence’s house, alongside his long-term partner, dominated coverage yesterday.

Community gardaí attend Friday prayer at mosques in wake of New Zealand attack

An Garda Síochána said local gardaí will be making themselves available to Muslim communities to provide support.

Protest held outside The Ivy restaurant in Dublin over working conditions and tips

Issues at the restaurant first came to light in November last year.

Slightly fewer births as death rate increases in third quarter of 2018 CSO

Slightly fewer births as death rate increases in third quarter of 2018

The average age of first-time mothers was 31, up 0.2 years from the same period in the previous year.

Judge in Tipperary murder trial says it's 'being discussed by just about everyone in the country at this point'

Ms Justice Eileen Creedon discharged the jury until next Wednesday this afternoon.