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Today’s News

Trump pardons boxing's first black heavyweight champion after Stallone's appeals

Trump had said previously that Stallone had brought Johnson’s story to his attention in a phone call.

Murder probe launched after man dies following serious assault in broad daylight

45-year-old Stefan Zait was fatally assaulted before 11am in Ardglass, Co Down, on Tuesday morning.

'They really are quite similar': Meet the man who's been collecting referendum leaflets since 1983 The 8th This post contains videos

'They really are quite similar': Meet the man who's been collecting referendum leaflets since 1983

Alan Kinsella’s archive dates back almost four decades – and it’s still growing.

Morgan Freeman apologises after eight women accuse him of harassment

The CNN report includes one woman who says the actor repeatedly tried to lift up her skirt.

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'Not acceptable': Probe launched after young men filmed dragging exhausted pony on public road

The ISPCA said it was working with gardaí to investigate the incident.

Here's your guide to voting in the Eighth Amendment referendum

What time do polling stations close at? What will the ballot paper say?

Boris Johnson spent 18 minutes on the phone to Russian prankster posing as the Armenian prime minister

Johnson discussed Russia and the poisoning of Sergei Skripal before realising the call was a fake.

Trump warns North Korea against 'foolish or reckless' acts as he cancels historic summit

Trump and Kim had been due to meet in Singapore on 12 June.

Q&A: The answers to your questions about the Eighth Amendment referendum

You’ve been submitting your questions – and here are the answers.

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Inside Dublin's most exciting food quarter on Capel Street - plus the very best pub snugs

This is why you're still seeing referendum ads online

Google said that it was blocking ads – but Google isn’t the only way for campaigns to place ads online.

The 5 at 5: Thursday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Part of Drogheda closed off after suspect device found

The device was found around 3pm today.

'Inexperienced and untrained gardaí' investigating allegations of child sex abuse

Special Rapporteur for Children Dr Geoffrey Shannon said there has been no significant follow-up from garda management after it asked him last year to help with training.

Two arrested after gardaí seize €220,000 worth of cocaine and ketamine

The two were “acting suspiciously” in the town yesterday, according to gardaí.

From The42 First senior call-ups for League of Ireland pair as O'Neill confirms squad for upcoming friendlies Friendlies

First senior call-ups for League of Ireland pair as O'Neill confirms squad for upcoming friendlies

Martin O’Neill has announced his final squad as Ireland prepare to France and the United States next week.

Police looking for man with tights on his head wearing Hawaiian shirt who approached women

The approaches both happened in the Stoneyford area of Lisburn.

Man to appear in court over fatal stabbing of 33-year-old man in Cahersiveen

It happened at around 4.35am yesterday at Fertha Drive in Cahersiveen.

US man wounded after hiding a gun in an oven

The man hid the gun because he was expecting children to visit.

'No' side say proposals too extreme, while 'Yes' calls this a 'once-in-a-generation' chance

Both sides held their last press events on the eve of the Eighth Amendment referendum.

Press Council attacks 'unaccountable' social media for 'giving space to conspiracy theorists'

The Press Ombudsman also said it has increased aggressiveness in public discourse.

HSE accepts providing cervical smear slides for three women affected by scandal is 'critical and urgent'

The case of three women affected by the controversy was being heard in High Court today.

From The42 Connacht appoint ex-Quins coach Andy Friend on three-year contract Go West

Connacht appoint ex-Quins coach Andy Friend on three-year contract

The 49-year-old former Australia Sevens coach will arrive in the western province next month to oversee pre-season training.

Leo Varadkar: 'I find it difficult to contemplate there being a No vote'

The Taoiseach said opinion polls have been wrong in the past.

Two men in their 20s appear in court over attack on Sean Cox

Sean Cox suffered serious head injuries and is still in hospital.

Obsession with former Boyzone member led to couple murdering nanny and attempting to burn her body

Sabrina Kouider and Ouissem Medouni were both found guilty after a three-month trial.

Missing Dublin teen found safe and well

Adam Darcy had last been seen in the Dublin 1 area on 10 May.

RTÉ to announce result of Eighth Referendum exit poll on tomorrow's Late Late Show

The exit poll will interview 3,000 people immediately after they have voted.

From The42 Australia prop suspended for two months after twice testing positive for cocaine Banned

Australia prop suspended for two months after twice testing positive for cocaine

James Slipper was suspended and fined by Rugby Australia after testing positive for cocaine.

BreastCheck director concerned as programme receives 15 solicitor's letters in past two weeks

BreastCheck says it doesn’t want “to be diverting taxpayers funds on litigation services”.

Investigators say missile that downed MH17 came from Russian military

The Malaysian Airlines flight was blown out of the sky over conflict-torn eastern Ukraine on 17 July 2014.

ISPCA find Albert the snake who snuck out of his cage and went wandering around Tipperary

Albert is currently quarantined to monitor for diseases

Someone in Ireland is sitting on €1 million euro and has just hours to claim it

The winning Quick Pick ticket was sold at the Eason Store in the Wilton Shopping Centre in Cork City.

Poll: Do you think employees should be given time off to vote tomorrow? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you think employees should be given time off to vote tomorrow?

Polls will open at 7am and close at 10pm.

Temperatures on polling day are set to reach 23 degrees

Tomorrow is to be mainly sunny.

The 9 at 9: Thursday

Here’s what’s making the news this morning.

North Korea slams 'ignorant and stupid' Mike Pence as nuclear summit hangs in the balance

Pence warned North Korea that it would be a “great mistake” to try and play with Washington.

Revenue dog Elvis sniffs out €408k worth of black market cigarettes in Meath

The find represents 33,500 packets of Jim branded cigarettes.

No Disco: 'There wasn't really anything like it on RTÉ at the time'

A new radio documentary shows off the legacy of the iconic music TV show.

'No evidence of voter fraud' - Council says French student received polling card due to clerical error

The student’s voter registration form was submitted in a batch from NUI Galway last year and it indicated that she was an Irish citizen.

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