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Irish - Today’s News

'Our job is to get them answers': Police urge witnesses of Tyrone disco crush to come forward

Three teenagers died in the incident on St Patrick’s Day.

From The42 FAI offers to bring forward John Delaney's Oireachtas hearing Development

FAI offers to bring forward John Delaney's Oireachtas hearing

The association’s chief executive is likely to come under scrutiny, after it emerged he gave a €100,000 loan to the association in 2017.

Backbenchers warn May 'will have to accept her share of responsibility' if any harm comes to MPs

Some MPs have issued grave warnings after May went on the offensive last night.

Little Green Cars reach the 'end of the road' as band announce break-up

“There has been no terrible calamity, no heartless betrayal and no punches thrown,” the band said.

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Plan to open Direct Provision centre in Leitrim scrapped

The Department of Justice said the decision is not related to suspected arson attacks at the former hotel.

Varadkar warns against 'rolling cliff edge' as leaders meet for crunch summit

Varadkar repeated his assertion that the EU needs to cut the UK some slack on an extension.

Fianna Fáil member wins right to take case over Ireland's gender quota laws

Brian Mohan was granted leave today by the Supreme Court to pursue a challenge against the laws.

Ireland's wars, the first Dáil and rural electrification - A look at the National Museum of Ireland's 2019 programme

The museum will stage five temporary exhibitions alongside its usual long-term collections.

Gardaí investigate after man (70s) seriously assaulted in Macroom car park

The incident took place at a car park in Sleaveen East, Macroom, early this morning.

Here's why some people are deliberately wearing odd socks today

Attitudes towards Down syndrome have changed over the decades and new campaigns launched today show how.

Poll: Should the EU give Britain a Brexit extension? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should the EU give Britain a Brexit extension?

Prime Minister Theresa May has requested an extension until 30 June.

Man who set two large dogs on a woman told he can't own any dogs bigger than a terrier in future

Daniel Molloy was given a three-year suspended prison sentence over the incident.

From The42 'We won't be playing this Saturday' - another team enters stand-off with GAA Unfair

'We won't be playing this Saturday' - another team enters stand-off with GAA

Naas CBS have called for “common sense to prevail” in their Hogan Cup semi-final which is fixed for Saturday.

The 9 at 9: Thursday

Here’s all the news you need to know this morning.

Opinion: 'Homelessness in Ireland has many faces and come this June I could be one'

I am 57 years old, born and reared in Dublin. I started working when I was 15 but now I’m facing eviction from yet another rented property, writes Janette Byrne.

File sent to unauthorised third party in one of four alleged data breaches at Gsoc Exclusive

Gsoc has apologised to one of the men affected by the breach.

RSA tells those living in Ireland with a UK drivers licence: 'Better to be safe than sorry, swap your licence now'

In the event of a no-deal Brexit the driving licence of a UK licence holder living in Ireland will no longer be recognised.

Kildare school apologises after students 'received burns' on their foreheads on Ash Wednesday

Pupils at the Holy Family Secondary School in Newbridge reported marks on their forehead after the incident.

Irish - Yesterday’s News

'It's part of history': Auctioneer defends decision to sell deactivated rocket launcher

It is expected to fetch between €4,000 to €6,000

Masked men with pipe-like objects threaten security officers and steal cash box at bank

Another cash-in-transit robbery happened in Finglas, Dublin this morning.

Court of Appeal to get more judges to deal with backlog of cases

The number of judges in the court is set to be increased from nine to fifteen.

'An incredible young woman': Tributes paid to HPV vaccine campaigner Laura Brennan

Brennan was diagnosed with cervical cancer at the age of 24.

From The42 Explainer: What's at stake for each county in the last round of the GAA football league? Crunch The Numbers

Explainer: What's at stake for each county in the last round of the GAA football league?

Round 7 games are down for decision on Sunday afternoon.

Taoiseach describes John Delaney's €100k bridging loan to FAI as 'a bit unusual'

Delaney has already issued two statements on the matter.

Gsoc notified as gardaí launch investigation into death of man in his 40s

Gardaí attended an incident at Wolfhill, Co Laois this afternoon at around 3pm.

Here's What Happened Today: Wednesday

Brexit delayed until 30 June, project director of NCH resigns and HPV vaccine campaigner Laura Brennan passes away – it’s the fix.

'It is now time for MPs to decide': May says Brexit delay is 'matter of great personal regret'

Theresa May earlier asked for a short extension of Article 50 until 30 June.

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Man 'de-arrested' after suspicions of Class A drug possession over Cookstown disco deaths

Three teenagers died in the incident on St Patrick’s Day.

Four members of London crime group convicted over supplying drugs linked to chemsex

The Met Police led an investigation into the Brazilian gang for five months between March and July 2018.

Missing Dublin man found alive and well

Martin Whelan had been missing since Tuesday.

Marks and Spencer seeks 97 voluntary redundancies across 7 Irish stores

Marks and Spencer seeks 97 voluntary redundancies across 7 Irish stores

The retailer has begun a consultation with the trade union Mandate on the voluntary redundancy proposal.

Funeral arrangements announced for victims of Tyrone nightclub tragedy

Lauren Bullock, Connor Currie and Morgan Barnard died in a crush ahead of a St Patrick’s Day disco.

Trinity launches investigations after furore over alleged 'bugging' of secret society 'hazing'

The University Times used a recording device while investigating an alleged on-campus hazing event.

Gambling regulator could take 18 months to set up, says Taoiseach

Measures first mooted in the Gambling Control Bill (2013) are finally set to be enacted by government.

Cork, Limerick, and Waterford mayors will get new powers, but they can also be impeached

The idea of directly-elected mayors for these regions will be voted on in a plebiscite on 24 May.

Brexit: What just happened and how could all of this finally end?

Or how a series of unfortunate events ruined Theresa May’s week.

From The42 O'Gara linked with French coaching role for World Cup Surprise Move

O'Gara linked with French coaching role for World Cup

Les Blues reportedly want to bring the Ireland legend on board for September’s tournament.

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