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Tuesday 15 January, 2019

Opinion: We must stop sending Irish animals to Libya where they face a cruel death

Terrified bulls are often strung up by a hind leg while fully conscious, before having their throats slashed at repeatedly until they bleed to death, writes Caroline Rowley

No other Bills to be published as Brexit legislation to clog up Dáil until March

The Brexit omnibus Bill is to be discussed at Cabinet today.

Minister moves to reassure public that reformed property tax will be 'affordable' and 'fair'

Due to the rapid increase in house prices, there have been concerns about the massive leap in tax homeowners will have to pay.

Car hunters driven abroad as Ireland sees record number of used vehicle imports during 2018

Statistics from the Society of the Irish Motor Industry show that 100,755 used cars were imported last year.

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Over 80% of gardaí not trained to turn on a siren or drive in emergency situations in Dublin district

Gardaí who are not trained to a higher standard are not allowed to use sirens, flashing lights or drive at higher speeds.

'She's in office, but not in power': What could happen if Theresa May's Brexit deal fails?

An extension to Article 50, a change of leadership, a no-deal Brexit… or another referendum? Here’s what could happen.

Monday 14 January, 2019

Woman suing R. Kelly for sexual battery accuses his team of threatening her with 'private photos' Time's Up This post contains videos

Woman suing R. Kelly for sexual battery accuses his team of threatening her with 'private photos'

Faith Rodgers testified in the Surviving R. Kelly documentary.

Two people killed and 40 arrested in new 'gay purge' in Chechnya, activists say

Chechen authorities immediately denied the claims.

Bob Geldof says Brexit comes from 'a dangerous political ideology called nationalism' Adopted Home This post contains videos

Bob Geldof says Brexit comes from 'a dangerous political ideology called nationalism'

The Irish rocker says he “can’t stand nationalism”.

Trump denies ever working for Russia, says 'it's all a big fat hoax'

Trump’s angry comments sought to bat down a mounting controversy over his alleged ties to the Kremlin.

From The42 Ireland World Cup tickets 'extremely limited' ahead of general sale JAPAN 2019

Ireland World Cup tickets 'extremely limited' ahead of general sale

First-come-first-served ticket sales for this year’s tournament in Japan begin this week.

Irish shoppers spent record €995 million on groceries in December

For a second Christmas in a row and the fourth consecutive period overall, Dunnes was Ireland’s leading retailer.

Here's What Happened Today: Monday

May pleads for Brexit vote, Carrickmines fire inquest and the Dáil braces for return.

Controversial 'McJesus' sculpture causes outrage and protests by Israeli Christians

Hundreds of Christians have called for the for the removal of the sculpture.

From The42 Cork star says camogie has become 'boring to play' and 'boring to watch' Harsh Truths

Cork star says camogie has become 'boring to play' and 'boring to watch'

Four-time All-Ireland winner Amy O’Connor has bemoaned the lack of physicality allowed in the game.

55 men arrested in England in historical child sex abuse investigation

All 55 have been interviewed and released under investigation.

Government won't release Public Services Card report due to 'public interest' fears

The group intends to appeal this decision to the Office of the Information Commissioner.

'Give this deal a second look': May in last-ditch attempt to change minds ahead of crucial Brexit vote

There’s only one day to go before the crucial vote in the House of Commons.

From The42 Racing 'strongly condemn racist insults' against Zebo during Ulster game Racism

Racing 'strongly condemn racist insults' against Zebo during Ulster game

The French club says ‘racism has no place in rugby.’

Man who gave partner 'merciless beating' and abducted her child has sentenced increased to three years

Patrick Lynch’s initial sentence of two years was found to be ‘unduly lenient’

Judge rejects HSE paramedic's application to reverse guilty plea to assaulting two students

It is now 10 months since Andrew Long pleaded guilty to the offences.

Garda who talked to armed man for seven hours awarded €25k compensation

The garda was found to be suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder following the incident.

China-Canada row deepens as Beijing sentences Canadian drug trafficker to death Diplomatic Rift This post contains videos

China-Canada row deepens as Beijing sentences Canadian drug trafficker to death

Robert Lloyd Schellenberg declared his innocence throughout a retrial.

From The42 Here's what your province needs from the final round of European pool matches Ifs And Buts

Here's what your province needs from the final round of European pool matches

There are plenty of twists and turns to come in the race for the Champions Cup and Challenge Cup quarter-finals.

What has the Taoiseach done to reduce his carbon footprint? He's eating less meat

Varadkar says lessons must be learned from water charges stating that cross-party buy-in for carbon taxes is needed.

The 5 at 5: Monday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Varadkar says bumper day of elections and referendums will be among 'busiest days in Irish politics'

The Taoiseach says 24 May will feature a range of different votes.

Have you seen Dylan? Gardaí appeal for information over missing 18-year-old

Dylan Keogh has been missing from his home in Glasnevin since last Friday, 11 January.

Mother of man shot dead in front of home: 'I will never understand why anyone would want to hurt him'

Doris O’Neill made a statement during the sentencing hearing for Warren Nolan who was shot Alan O’Neill.

Should affluent areas pay less property tax? Minister says councillors should decide the rate in their area

Culture Minister Josepha Madigan has said she wants lower rates of property tax in affluent areas.

From The42 Analysis: Beirne's destruction, Earls' try-saver and Carbery's class In Depth

Analysis: Beirne's destruction, Earls' try-saver and Carbery's class

Johann van Graan’s Munster delivered their most compelling performance of the season on Friday night.

Scientology-linked drug rehab centre goes to High Court to quash planning refusal

It’s trying to set up a drug rehab centre in Meath.

Inquest hears source of Carrickmines halting site fire was chip pan in kitchen

Ten people, including five children, died in the fire on 10 October 2015.

Government whip resigns over the backstop on the eve of the Brexit vote

“I cannot, in all good conscience, support a deal that would be detrimental to our nation’s interests,” the MP said.

Have you seen Robert? He's been missing from his Galway home since last Tuesday

Robert Murray is missing from his home in Salthill, and gardaí are seeking the public’s help to find him.

Mayor of Polish city dies after being stabbed at charity event

Pawel Adamowicz was in surgery for five hours following the stabbing in Gdansk.

Gardaí find €3k drug stash after suspected serial bike thieves arrested in Cork

One of the seized bikes is valued at over €3,000.

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