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Irish - Today’s News

Legal challenge to prevent Drew Harris becoming Garda Commissioner gets under way

Harris ‘lacks the independence’ to fulfill the State’s top policing role, it’s being claimed.

From The42 Up at 3am to ice injuries, going to physios twice a day - Burke reveals toll of Galway's nine-game run Recovery Mode

Up at 3am to ice injuries, going to physios twice a day - Burke reveals toll of Galway's nine-game run

“It was a rollercoaster and everything feeds into that then, your diet, sleep, hydration and all that,” the Galway captain said.

There's still time to apply for some CAO courses through the 'Available Places' facility

Available Places are places that remain unfilled in particular courses after all offers have been made and waiting lists have been exhausted.

Irish bishop defends Pope Francis' response to abuse but says letter could have been 'more concrete'

Bishop Alan McGuckian says the Pope should be judged on his actions.

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Funeral of crash victim Shiva Devine takes place in Donegal this morning

The 20-year-old lost her life in a fatal crash in Bundoran in the early hours of Sunday morning.

Son of victim held over fatal stabbing in Crumlin

David O’Leary remains in Garda custody.

Poll: Does the Pope's letter go far enough? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Does the Pope's letter go far enough?

Yesterday the Pope wrote a letter to all Catholics insisting that “no effort must be spared” to prevent instances of clerical abuse from happening.

Michael Fitzmaurice urges fellow independent TDs to join together to nominate a presidential candidate

The independent TD told Morning Ireland it was the duty of independents to support someone who wants to contest the election.

Heading to college? Here are the items you HAVE to bring

Thousands of new college students will start their journeys in the coming weeks.

The 9 at 9: Tuesday

Here’s all you need to know this grey Tuesday morning.

'Exercise particular caution': Here's how to make sure you don't fall victim to a fake rental scam

This time of year sees a spike in rental scams, housing and tenant advocacy charity Threshold has said.

Harte on Tyrone's RTÉ position and brands criticism from former players as a 'cheap shot'

The Tyrone boss is gearing up for an All-Ireland final with Dublin.

'Unforgivable': Worker quits job after boss takes him out to sea to quiz him over missing €10k

The worker at an amusement company received €889 after his claim for unfair dismissal was upheld by the WRC.

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Dublin Fire Brigade tackling major blaze at recycling centre

Dublin Fire Brigade said plumes of smoke were visible from the Naas Road.

'I began to feel like I wasn't meant to have a job, or to live a life of my choosing'

Padraig Hannafin tells his story of how the loss of his Personal Assistant has greatly reduced his independence and ability to undertake his day-to-day tasks.

Employer who sacked worker after secretly filming him siphoning off diesel 'behaved reasonably'

The worker had complained that the covert surveillance breached his privacy.

Race for the Áras: Get to know your presidential hopefuls

A rundown of who has thrown their hat in the ring so far.

'Humiliated, belittled, embarassed': Woman awarded €4.2k over Hap discrimination

It was found that the woman was discriminated against by the landlord and was awarded the equivalent of three months’ rent.

Irish - Yesterday’s News

Two injured in double Limerick stabbing

The incident happened around 3am this morning.

From The42 'To have them on the field with me afterwards, that’s my ultimate moment' Séamus Hickey

'To have them on the field with me afterwards, that’s my ultimate moment'

Limerick’s experienced defender savoured All-Ireland senior hurling glory.

Examiner appointed to Bradley's Pharmacy Group

The firm is around €24 million in debt.

Here's What Happened Today: Monday

Here’s what had people talking today.

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'I find them terrifying': Mary McAleese wary of gay priests and nuns who preach anti-LGBTI message

The former President expressed her concerns at ‘fake hetero homophobes’ within the Church.

From The42 Newly crowned All-Ireland champions Limerick receive heroes' welcome home Success This post contains videos

Newly crowned All-Ireland champions Limerick receive heroes' welcome home

Thousands of fans have turned up today at the Gaelic Grounds and elsewhere to greet the team.

'Survivors are tired of meaningless apologies': One in Four critical of Pope letter

The Pope arrives in Ireland on Saturday.

Serious concerns for man last seen in Kilkee this afternoon

He was last seen around 2pm today.

Statue of Obamas unveiled at motorway service station near former president's ancestral home

Obama’s speechwriter was on hand to unveil the statue.

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From The42 What was your favourite moment from an extraordinary summer of hurling? Contenders This post contains videos

What was your favourite moment from an extraordinary summer of hurling?

From Nickie Quaid’s stunning save against Cork to Peter Duggan’s wonder point against Galway, this championship had it all.

Gardaí issue appeal for teenager (16) last seen on Friday

When last seen, Jodie was wearing a black jacket, grey bottoms and white runners.

The 5 at 5: Monday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Measles cases reach record high across Europe

Over 41,000 children and adults in Europe have been infected with measles in the first six months of 2018.

Cian Lynch: 'My own mother hopped the old fence. I just turned around, she grabbed me.'

The post-match scenes were savoured by the Limerick hurler yesterday.

Appeal for two missing teenagers believed to be in Dublin

Janelle Quinn and Hannah Hughes were reported missing to gardaí last Wednesday.

Man arrested for driving on Dublin's Grafton Street over legal alcohol limit

The incident happened in the early hours of Saturday morning.

New €6.5 million train station in Dublin gets green light

The National Transport Authority said that the construction of the station is scheduled to begin next year

Watch: We answered all your CAO questions live this morning

Career guidance specialist Andree Harpur and DCUSU’s Aisling Fagan joined us earlier today.

Appeal for information after man (60s) dies after being stabbed in Dublin

A man in his 30s has since been arrested by gardaí.

From The42 Declan Hannon: 'We are going to enjoy this, have a sing song and many sing songs' Celebration Time

Declan Hannon: 'We are going to enjoy this, have a sing song and many sing songs'

The All-Ireland winning captain laid the ghosts of over four decades to rest when he lifted the Liam MacCarthy Cup yesterday.

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