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Today’s News

Carrickmines fire: Victims had 'fatal levels' of carbon monoxide saturation

The fire claimed the lives of five adults and five children including a five-month-old baby.

Derry car bomb has 'absolutely nothing to do with Brexit', Bradley says

British minister Karen Bradley gave a House of Commons statement; while earlier a fifth man was arrested in connection with the attack.

Over 10,200 litres of smuggled whiskey seized in Dublin Port

The alcohol, worth a quarter of a million euro to the Exchequer, was discovered in a trailer that had originated from Poland.

As it happened: President, TDs and Senators reflect on 100 years of Irish democracy Dail 100 This post contains videos

As it happened: President, TDs and Senators reflect on 100 years of Irish democracy

The Mansion House in Dublin played host to the celebrations.

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Man jailed for three years for raping his wife

The victim told the court she forgives her husband and doesn’t want him to go to prison.

Retired surgeon groped 14-year-old patient that he played chess with, trial told

The teenager was hit by a car in 1972, and required surgery on his knee. Michael Shine was his consultant during his stay in hospital.

Gardaí appeal for help to find Emily Gallagher missing from Dublin

Emily has been missing since 17 January.

President Higgins warns of the return of 'an ugly, xenophobic corruption of nationalism'

Michael D Higgins was commemorating the centenary of the establishment of Dáil Éireann.

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UK government to scrap £65 'right to stay' fee for EU citizens

She said anyone who has already applied will receive a refund.

From The42 Further second row blow for Ireland as Henderson ruled out for 'several weeks' Sidelined

Further second row blow for Ireland as Henderson ruled out for 'several weeks'

The Ulster lock joins Tadhg Beirne in the treatment room ahead of the start of the Six Nations.

Theresa May rules out second Brexit referendum in Plan B speech

May said she will hold further talks on the backstop.

From The42 Lowry climbs back inside world's top 50 after bumper payday in Abu Dhabi Winner's Enclosure

Lowry climbs back inside world's top 50 after bumper payday in Abu Dhabi

The Irishman ended a three-year trophy drought on Saturday with victory at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.

Men jailed for importing almost £50 million worth of drugs into the UK

The pair were involved in the importation of cannabis and a drug used to treat insomnia.

Second security alert underway in Derry

At 1.45pm a delivery van was hijacked by four masked men in the Southway area.

Bilateral deal between the UK and Ireland ruled out

Theresa May is due to set out her next steps on trying to salvage her Brexit plans to the House of Commons today.

Snow-ice warning issued by Met Éireann

The warning will be valid from 9pm today until 7pm tomorrow.

RTÉ defends plans to feature Graham Linehan in Prime Time report on transgender issues

Over 4,000 people have signed a petition opposing the appearance of the Father Ted co-writer.

Camogie star charged with assaulting two women in Cork pub

The alleged incident happened in February 2018.

Poll: Do you think 21 January should be recognised as Ireland's Independence Day? Politics This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you think 21 January should be recognised as Ireland's Independence Day?

The Declaration of Independence Day Bill would declare January 21st as Ireland’s Independence Day.

Opinion: The Democratic Programme of the First Dáil was a radical socialist document

Far removed from the romantic vision of the Easter Proclamation, the programme outlined the material reality of what a new Ireland should stand for, writes Donal Fallon.

Facebook to hire 1,000 more people in Ireland in 2019

The jobs will be across a number of areas.

From The42 Munster's Tadhg Beirne ruled out of opening rounds of Six Nations Injury Update

Munster's Tadhg Beirne ruled out of opening rounds of Six Nations

Connacht’s Quinn Roux has been called up as Ireland depart for Portugal.

Young boy mauled by pack of dingoes that 'wanted blood'

The boy was running up a sand dune in Australia’s Fraser Island when he was attacked.

Police speak to Prince Philip about driving without seatbelt two days after accident

“Suitable words of advice” were given to the Duke of Edinburgh.

Missing boy (14) found safe and well

Shane O’Connor had been missing from Ballinteer in Dublin since 18 January.

Want to make your shopping trip healthier? Here's some advice

More than one-third of supermarket products on special offer are high in fat, sugar and salt.

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Poll: Should households which use water excessively be fined?

The Cabinet is expected to approve the plan tomorrow.

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Teen who stared at Native American protester says he was trying to calm the situation

Footage of Nick Sandmann at the protest on Friday in Washington has gone viral.

From The42 Clean sweep for the provinces tees up riveting European quarter-finals All In

Clean sweep for the provinces tees up riveting European quarter-finals

Irish rugby’s good health has been underlined in the Heineken Cup and Challenge Cup.

Australian police bust crime ring that stole over $1 million worth of baby formula

Six have been charged after an almost year-long investigation, police said.

Here's how the 'super wolf blood moon' looked over Ireland early this morning

The phenomenon was the only lunar eclipse that was visible in Ireland this year.

Pedestrian (60) killed after being hit by truck in Waterford crash

The 60-year-old was hit by a truck just after 8pm last night.

Man who killed four members of his family shot by police in Oregon

Mark Leo Gregory Gago killed his parents, girlfriend and their infant daughter, police said.

Timeline: The Public Services Card saga

Last week the Data Protection Commissioner said it will not publish its report in full, following an investigation into the rollout of the cards – which experts claim breaches data protection laws.

Opinion: The PSC could become the most expensive administrative error in the history of the State

Three million Irish citizens could be entitled to compensation if the project is found to be unlawful, writes Simon McGarr.

Judge told child in rural Irish town may have been trafficked

In another case the court heard a pre-school age child may have been sexually abused while in foster care.

Air Corps whistleblower claims death toll from chemical-linked illnesses surpasses 72

Chronic fatigue, depression and anxiety are just some of the conditions the whistleblower has been living with for over a decade.

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