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Thursday 16 January, 2020

From The42 'He knows what it takes not just to address a dressing room, but to be a young guy who gets his chance' Fresh Start

'He knows what it takes not just to address a dressing room, but to be a young guy who gets his chance'

Garry Doyle, Murray Kinsella and Gavan Casey broke down Andy Farrell’s Six Nations squad selection on Thursday’s Rugby Weekly.

Woman (29) awarded €30k after she was scalded by coffee spill at McDonald's drive-thru

Counsel for Ciara Corboy said she suffered extensive burns and required treatment in hospital.

The 5 at 5: Thursday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Prince Harry makes first public appearance since meeting with Queen

Queen Elizabeth has agreed to Harry and Meghan’s wish to step down from their role as senior royals.

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If you've registered to vote in the past 8 months, you may need to register again

Next Wednesday is the last day you have to register in time for the upcoming election.

Trump impeachment: White House 'violated law' by freezing Ukraine aid, non-partisan watchdog says

The damning assessment comes ahead of the Senate’s impeachment hearing getting under way next week.

Keane Mulready-Woods murder: Mayor of Drogheda to hold public rally in the town

Keane Mulready-Woods’ remains were found in two locations in Dublin this week.

Big battle in Dublin Central as Maureen O'Sullivan confirms she's not seeking re-election

The three-seater has become a four-seater for the upcoming election.

'I've won the bet': With the election called Gerry Adams can cut his hair, but he's undecided about getting the chop

'I've won the bet': With the election called Gerry Adams can cut his hair, but he's undecided about getting the chop

Adams said the long hair came about because of a bet with Martin Ferris.

Phil Hogan says that US threats over Huawei are 'a bit of sabre-rattling'

The EU Trade Commissioner also said it was “just not possible” to agree a Brexit trade deal by the end of the year.

From The42 Mahony: Time commitment means inter-county players will 'step away at an earlier age' Warning

Mahony: Time commitment means inter-county players will 'step away at an earlier age'

The 29-year-old announced his retirement earlier this month.

Pakistani asylum seeker was 'indirectly discriminated' against when refused a learner driving licence WRC

Pakistani asylum seeker was 'indirectly discriminated' against when refused a learner driving licence

The agency was ordered to pay the man €2,500, but the man was refused a licence when he applied again.

Farmers bring traffic to a standstill as protest reaches Dublin Port

Dozens of tractors returned to blockade streets around Leinster House yesterday.

An Taisce appeal puts plans for 21-storey development at Apollo House site on hold

An Taisce claim that the proposal does not protect the major cultural inheritance of the surrounding area.

Man (30s) charged in connection with 2018 shop burglary in Co Limerick

The incident happened shortly before 2am on 3 May 2018.

Witness appeal after homeless man seriously injured as tent removed during clean-up

The incident happened on Wilton Terrace, Dublin 2 on Tuesday afternoon.

Garda receives minor injuries after being struck with moving vehicle during farmer protest

The vehicle involved is understood not to have been a tractor. No arrests have been made.

Sandi Toksvig is leaving the Great British Bake Off

“As my waistline will testify, Bake Off is an all-consuming show,” she wrote in a humorous, heartfelt statement.

From The42 'Second best isn't acceptable' - Sexton gets the Ireland captaincy he wanted Leader

'Second best isn't acceptable' - Sexton gets the Ireland captaincy he wanted

The Leinster man says the new job is the biggest honour of his career.

Keane Mulready-Woods murder: Unverified images on social media causing 'distress' for his family

Gardaí issued a notice asking people not to share the images, as it provides “false support” to the perpetrators.

The 9 at 9: Thursday

Here’s everything you need to know as you start your day.

Poll: Should TV cameras be allowed to film high-profile cases in Irish courts? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should TV cameras be allowed to film high-profile cases in Irish courts?

Crown courts in England and Wales are set to allow TV cameras in to film some cases.

Donald Trump's articles of impeachment to be read out in the Senate today

The impeachment trial will begin next Thursday.

Jeffrey Epstein abused girls as young as 12 on private island until last year, new lawsuit claims

A new legal action against the disgraced financier’s estate has been launched by the US Virgin Islands.

'You called me a liar': Audio of row between Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren released

The two appeared to engage in a war of words after a debate on Monday night.

Wind warnings in place for 8 counties as cold and wintry conditions on the way

Temperatures are to drop as low as -1 degrees tonight.

Dr Mary Aiken: As Ireland is a hub for tech companies, we should be leading the way on online safety

Ireland is falling way behind our neighbours in the UK when it comes to child internet safety

Micheál says he won't use the government jet to fly back home to Cork if he becomes Taoiseach

Martin said ministers do need to travel abroad from time-to-time.

From The42 'I wanted to end it all. I thought I was a burden on everyone' Opening Up

'I wanted to end it all. I thought I was a burden on everyone'

Ireland and Glasgow City star Clare Shine delves deeper into her mental health struggles.

'This is a massive expensive spaceship landing in Dublin 8 and we've got to make sure communities benefit'

'This is a massive expensive spaceship landing in Dublin 8 and we've got to make sure communities benefit'

The €1.73 billion project has almost three years of construction-time left.

'Significant interest' expected as first National Broadband tender issued

300 Broadband Connection Points are due to be set up in GAA clubs, community centres and public libraries.

Former Assistant Garda Commissioner to head up North Dublin Taskforce in wake of violence

The area has seen an increase in violence over the past two years.

Wednesday 15 January, 2020

Sinn Féin finance minister in Stormont says UK government's funding for North 'woefully inadequate'

This evening, Conor Murphy said he “cannot and will not” accept the British government’s package.

Siptu 'more hopeful' after reassurances over FAI given in meeting with Shane Ross

Representatives from the union met with the Minister for Sport today.

Last-minute reprieve for Cork students as family saved from deportation

It came after an intervention from Justice Minister Charlie Flanagan.

'No coincidence' human body parts dumped in areas of Dublin linked to gangland crime

Gardaí confirmed this evening the remains were identified as belonging to Keane Mulready-Woods.

Here's What Happened Today: Wednesday

Here’s what hit the headlines today.

From The42 Stirling powers Ireland to historic victory against world champions West Indies Cricket

Stirling powers Ireland to historic victory against world champions West Indies

Ireland stunned the Windies by four runs in the T20 opener.

Gardaí name victim discovered in Coolock on Monday as 17-year-old Keane Mulready-Woods

Gardaí confirmed the news in a statement this evening.