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Noel and Valerie Moran's company terminates Gordon Elliott sponsorship deal
# Fallout
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# Fallout

Noel and Valerie Moran's company terminates Gordon Elliott sponsorship deal

4 hours ago 33,684 Views 51 Comments

eCOMM Merchant Solutions have ended their arrangement with Elliott, while a local GAA club has voiced its support for the trainer.

Vaccine target of 100,000 doses last week missed after delay with AstraZeneca
# Vaccines
# Vaccines

Vaccine target of 100,000 doses last week missed after delay with AstraZeneca

5 hours ago 47,880 Views 105 Comments

The delays follow a change in AstraZeneca’s vaccine delivery schedule for last week and this week.

Poll: Do you think this will be Ireland's last Level 5 lockdown?
# Your Say
# Your Say

Poll: Do you think this will be Ireland's last Level 5 lockdown?

5 hours ago 59,880 Views 93 Comments

Last night a further 359 new cases of Covid-19 were confirmed in Ireland.

Man (30s) due in court over firework attack on gardaí at anti-lockdown protest
# Charged
# Charged

Man (30s) due in court over firework attack on gardaí at anti-lockdown protest

6 hours ago 16,446 Views 0 Comments

The man was arrested yesterday morning.

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13 of 25 people crammed into SUV killed after vehicle collides with lorry in California
# California
# California

13 of 25 people crammed into SUV killed after vehicle collides with lorry in California

7 hours ago 33,374 Views 8 Comments

Most of the dead were Mexicans, a Mexican official said.

Cork council accepts €26,250 refund after Maureen O'Hara statue was 'not a good likeness'
# Glengarriff
# Glengarriff

Cork council accepts €26,250 refund after Maureen O'Hara statue was 'not a good likeness'

7 hours ago 31,365 Views 17 Comments

The project started afresh with a different sculptor but “artistic differences” have arisen.

'No one is above the law': New documentary exposes Ireland's cruel illegal adoption system
# Ireland
# Ireland

'No one is above the law': New documentary exposes Ireland's cruel illegal adoption system

8 hours ago 16,847 Views 21 Comments

The documentary airs tonight.

Adrenochrome: why was a QAnon conspiracy drug name-checked at Dublin's anti-lockdown protest?
# Adrenochrome
# Adrenochrome

Adrenochrome: why was a QAnon conspiracy drug name-checked at Dublin's anti-lockdown protest?

14 hours ago 42,910 Views 0 Comments

A false claim involving the chemical, RTÉ and dead infants was made at Saturday’s protest.

Yesterday’s News

Three people arrested following street party near University of Limerick
# Castletroy
# Castletroy

Three people arrested following street party near University of Limerick

16 hours ago 83,196 Views 187 Comments

Gardaí were called to the scene and dispersed the crowds.

Arlene Foster vows that current lockdown will be Northern Ireland's last
# Northern Ireland
# Northern Ireland

Arlene Foster vows that current lockdown will be Northern Ireland's last

Updated 16 hours ago 25,692 Views 17 Comments

The powersharing administration faced criticism for not attaching dates to its pathway to recovery.

10 games unbeaten for Mick McCarthy's Cardiff after four-goal win over Wayne Rooney's Derby side
# Flying High
From The42
# Flying High

10 games unbeaten for Mick McCarthy's Cardiff after four-goal win over Wayne Rooney's Derby side

16 hours ago 31,941 Views 14 Comments

Cardiff have taken 24 points from Mick McCarthy’s 10 games in charge.

Column: 'Pontins only achieved such rapid notoriety because it targeted common Irish surnames'
# Analysis
# Analysis

Column: 'Pontins only achieved such rapid notoriety because it targeted common Irish surnames'

17 hours ago 33,886 Views 0 Comments

Two decades on from a landmark case in Britain, discrimination is still an everyday experience for Travellers, writes legal affairs journalist CJ McKinney.

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Jesuit Order names teacher who abused pupils at Belvedere College in the 1970s
# Abuse
# Abuse

Jesuit Order names teacher who abused pupils at Belvedere College in the 1970s

18 hours ago 27,824 Views 0 Comments

Joseph Marmion was a teacher at Belvedere from 1969 until 1978. He died in 2000.

Family members of women affected by CervicalCheck controversy to get medical cards for 5 year period
# Cervicacheck
# Cervicacheck

Family members of women affected by CervicalCheck controversy to get medical cards for 5 year period

18 hours ago 16,965 Views 24 Comments

Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly brought a memo to Cabinet today to extend the access to the cards for a further three years.

Taoiseach speaks to Boris Johnson by telephone about joint bid to host 2030 World Cup
# World Cup 2030
# World Cup 2030

Taoiseach speaks to Boris Johnson by telephone about joint bid to host 2030 World Cup

19 hours ago 16,509 Views 51 Comments

Micheál Martin said the Irish government would be “very happy to co-operate” with the UK.

Man (40s) dies following crash between car and lorry in Co Louth
# Gardaí
# Gardaí

Man (40s) dies following crash between car and lorry in Co Louth

19 hours ago 20,804 Views 2 Comments

The incident occurred on the R173 this afternoon.

The Remote: Harry, Meghan and Oprah, live music at Other Voices and Masterchef returns
# TV Guide
# TV Guide

The Remote: Harry, Meghan and Oprah, live music at Other Voices and Masterchef returns

19 hours ago 27,656 Views 21 Comments

Here are some TV highlights from the week ahead.

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IRFU confirms new one-year contract extension for Johnny Sexton
# New Deal
From The42
# New Deal

IRFU confirms new one-year contract extension for Johnny Sexton

Updated 20 hours ago 27,254 Views 28 Comments

The 35-year-old is the current Ireland captain.

Coronavirus: 14 deaths and 359 new Covid-19 cases confirmed in Ireland
# Latest Figures
# Latest Figures

Coronavirus: 14 deaths and 359 new Covid-19 cases confirmed in Ireland

20 hours ago 102,408 Views 111 Comments

Dr Ronan Glynn said this is the lowest number of cases reported in a single day since mid-December.

President Higgins has a new puppy named in a nod to our times
# Sé Mo Laoch
# Sé Mo Laoch

President Higgins has a new puppy named in a nod to our times

21 hours ago 92,707 Views 77 Comments

Misneach, meaning courage, is five months old.

Stephen Donnelly: 'Large majority of 85s and over' will have received first Covid vaccine dose by Sunday
# Health Minister
# Health Minister

Stephen Donnelly: 'Large majority of 85s and over' will have received first Covid vaccine dose by Sunday

21 hours ago 22,685 Views 78 Comments

Stephen Donnelly is appearing before the Oireachtas Health Committee to answer questions from TDs.

Offaly man jailed for sexually abusing a teenager he met on social media
# Ciaran Mcintyre
# Ciaran Mcintyre

Offaly man jailed for sexually abusing a teenager he met on social media

21 hours ago 36,263 Views 17 Comments

Ciaran McIntyre (24) denied ever meeting the girl.

Man jailed for late night violent robbery of drunk man in Dublin city centre
# Jailed
# Jailed

Man jailed for late night violent robbery of drunk man in Dublin city centre

22 hours ago 22,028 Views 16 Comments

Nathan Harald was on bail att he time of the attack.

Gardaí arrest man over theft of €1.1 million from Dublin company
# Parade
# Parade

Gardaí arrest man over theft of €1.1 million from Dublin company

22 hours ago 57,659 Views 9 Comments

A lot of the money has been recovered.

'A landmark deal': AIB agrees to buy stockbrokers Goodbody for €138 million
# The Banks
# The Banks

'A landmark deal': AIB agrees to buy stockbrokers Goodbody for €138 million

22 hours ago 28,522 Views 24 Comments

The bank says the move will diversify its revenue streams and address gaps in its customer offerings.

Search resumes along River Barrow for man missing after kayak accident
# Ardreigh Lock
# Ardreigh Lock

Search resumes along River Barrow for man missing after kayak accident

Updated 23 hours ago 22,667 Views 7 Comments

A child was rescued from the water and treated at the scene by paramedics on Sunday.

Cheveley Park move all horses from Elliott yard, date announced for hearing
# Envoi Allen
From The42
# Envoi Allen

Cheveley Park move all horses from Elliott yard, date announced for hearing

Updated 23 hours ago 33,373 Views 45 Comments

The Irish Horseracing Regulatory Board has announced it will convene on Friday.

Paschal Donohoe calls on stockbrokers Davy to make a public statement after €4.1 million Central Bank fine
# Davy Stockbrokers
# Davy Stockbrokers

Paschal Donohoe calls on stockbrokers Davy to make a public statement after €4.1 million Central Bank fine

23 hours ago 29,602 Views 0 Comments

It’s understood the fine relates to a transaction involving Anglo Irish Bank bonds and a Maple 10 developer.

Gemma O'Doherty and John Waters lose appeal over Covid-19 restrictions
# High Court
# High Court

Gemma O'Doherty and John Waters lose appeal over Covid-19 restrictions

Tue 1:02 PM 48,709 Views 0 Comments

Last year O’Doherty and Waters sought to challenge legislation including the 2020 Health Preservation and Protection.

Ryanair falls foul of advertising rules over ‘vax and go’ holiday advert
# ASAI
# ASAI

Ryanair falls foul of advertising rules over ‘vax and go’ holiday advert

Tue 12:55 PM 21,787 Views 18 Comments

The ASAI ruled that the advertising should not run in its current format again.

'Wholly disrespectful' - jockey apologises as probe launched into new social media post
# Probe
From The42
# Probe

'Wholly disrespectful' - jockey apologises as probe launched into new social media post

Updated Tue 11:53 AM 76,739 Views 72 Comments

The footage was posted on Twitter last night.

Man (30s) arrested over firework attack on gardaí at anti-lockdown protest
# Arrest
# Arrest

Man (30s) arrested over firework attack on gardaí at anti-lockdown protest

Tue 11:06 AM 70,612 Views 0 Comments

The man was arrested this morning and is being detained at Irishtown Garda Station.

UK holiday park operator used blacklist of common Irish surnames to stop bookings from Traveller families
# Pontins
# Pontins

UK holiday park operator used blacklist of common Irish surnames to stop bookings from Traveller families

Tue 10:46 AM 95,303 Views 0 Comments

The list was uploaded to the Pontins intranet under the heading ‘Undesirable Guests’.

Ryanair says it will not reopen its Cork base until winter 2021 at the earliest
# Cork Airport
# Cork Airport

Ryanair says it will not reopen its Cork base until winter 2021 at the earliest

Tue 9:39 AM 18,571 Views 28 Comments

The airline described the airport’s decision to renovate its runway as a “crazy plan”.

Lockdowns and curfews urged in Brazil amid concerns over spread of virus
# Coronavirus
# Coronavirus

Lockdowns and curfews urged in Brazil amid concerns over spread of virus

Tue 9:22 AM 19,686 Views 19 Comments

Last week was Brazil’s deadliest of the pandemic, with 8,244 deaths from the virus.

Man (30s) charged over aggravated burglary in Co Kerry
# Tralee
# Tralee

Man (30s) charged over aggravated burglary in Co Kerry

Tue 8:16 AM 19,160 Views 0 Comments

He is due to appear before Killarney District Court at 10.30am today.

Poll: Would you like to see Ireland co-host the 2030 World Cup?
# A Nation Holds Its Breath
# A Nation Holds Its Breath

Poll: Would you like to see Ireland co-host the 2030 World Cup?

Tue 8:16 AM 42,716 Views 114 Comments

Ireland and the UK are plotting a joint bid, but they’ll face stiff competition.

'You have to take a line' - Stephen Jones on his 'uncompromising' opinions
# BTL
From The42
# BTL

'You have to take a line' - Stephen Jones on his 'uncompromising' opinions

Tue 8:00 AM 30,693 Views 17 Comments

Stephen Jones, rugby correspondent with The Sunday Times, is this week’s guest on Behind the Lines.

Third woman accuses New York Governor Andrew Cuomo of offensive behaviour
# New York
# New York

Third woman accuses New York Governor Andrew Cuomo of offensive behaviour

Tue 7:15 AM 18,319 Views 23 Comments

The politician earlier acknowledged he had teased people about their personal lives in an attempt to be “playful” and funny.

FactCheck: Misleading Covid-19 claims in a leaflet made by three political parties
# Coronavirus
# Coronavirus

FactCheck: Misleading Covid-19 claims in a leaflet made by three political parties

Tue 12:05 AM 70,444 Views 17 Comments

The leaflet was produced by Renua, the Irish Freedom Party and Direct Democracy Ireland.

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