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Dublin: 14 °C Friday 28 October, 2016

Today’s News

The FBI has reopened its investigation into the Hillary Clinton email saga

In July, the FBI said the presidential hopeful would not face charges.

Ex-fireman who had sex with Transition Year pupil has sentence cut to two years

58-year-old Ron Tulie carried on a sexual relationship with a 16-year-old girl after giving a fire safety course at her school.

From The42 LIVE: Ulster v Munster, Guinness Pro12 Liveblog

LIVE: Ulster v Munster, Guinness Pro12

We’re going minute-by-minute for the first of this weekend’s inter-pros.

'Landlords could soon be tax-free': TD claims new Finance Bill will drive up rent prices

Stephen Donnelly said elements of the Finance Bill will benefit landlords with large portfolios.


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Tayto Park's House of Horrors has been given the green light to re-open tonight

The attraction is sold out tomorrow and Sunday but tickets are available for Halloween.

The 5 at 5: Friday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

What would you use the pedestrianised College Green plaza for?

Dublin City Council wants to know.

'People are making a career out of bogus claims': TD hits out as car insurance costs set to rise again

Michael Healy Rae has hit out over rising insurance premiums

Take a look around this gorgeous architect-designed Dalkey home

Progress: Government and gardaí agree to use state negotiators 'on ad-hoc basis'

12,500 gardaí are set to strike next Friday unless a solution can be found to the ongoing dispute.

Luas crash: Eight hospitalised as tram and tourist bus collide in Smithfield

Services on the Red Line have since resumed. Gardaí have launched an investigation.

From The Daily Edge Robbie Williams just announced a massive Aviva Stadium gig for next June Let Him Entertain You

Dutch anti-Islam politician to snub his own hate speech trial

Geert Wilders is facing charges over comments made in 2014 about Moroccan residents in the Netherlands.


Philippine mayor and nine bodyguards killed in police shoot-out

The incident occurred hours after President Rodrigo Duterte threatened to intensify his crackdown on crime.

Jury in Dale Creighton murder trial sees 'footage of five accused running from scene'

Dale Creighton (20) was assaulted in Tallaght on New Year’s morning in 2014.

Sinn Féin TD criticises police crackdown at Native American protest

The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe has demanded that the construction of a pipeline through its land is stopped.

Former restaurant manager suspected in the kidnapping of millionaire hotel magnate

Jacqueline Veyrac (76) was found bound in the back of a van in Nice two days after being kidnapped.

Woman who slipped on human faeces at hospital awarded €16,000

Rachel Mooney was carrying trays and dishes at St James’s Hospital when the incident occurred.

From The42 Let our foolproof* quiz guess how quickly you'd run the Dublin City Marathon Let's Get Quizzical

'Business angels' sink millions of euro into Wicklow craft beer company

Wicklow Wolf plans to crank up production 15-fold and expand into new markets.

Unannounced inspections at children's hospital found 'high-risk' uncleanliness

“Multiple surfaces within the wards inspected were dusty and these included bed undercarriages, chairs and examination couches.”

Man still in hospital with burns two weeks after being hit by firework in fast food outlet

Police have issued an image of the brand of firework rocket that caused the injuries.

Northern Ireland High Court rejects challenge to Brexit

The challenge claimed Northern Ireland should have a veto on leaving the European Union.

8 family festivals to hit up this Halloween

Fiercesome (mostly) free fun.

Break-ups, career moves and kids - the science of making a BIG change

Moments of crisis or contentment – managing life changes can be done.

Bus driver burns to death in Australia after passenger sets him on fire

Passengers were said to be “traumatised” by what happened.

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Woman told victim "I hope you die" as she stabbed her in vicious attack

She also stabbed and beat a second woman.

Poll: Do you think the 'male pill' will take off? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you think the 'male pill' will take off?

The 96% effectiveness rate is similar to that achieved by the female combined pill.

The 'male pill' could be coming, it's in jab form and it works

Side-effects could delay it actually happening though.

The 9 at 9: Friday

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

Philippines president who called Pope a "son of a b****" has promised God he won't curse again

Duterte’s profanities have almost become his trademark.

Controversy over €8.5 million price tag for Mary Robinson's Presidential library Pricey Papers This post contains videos

Controversy over €8.5 million price tag for Mary Robinson's Presidential library

Questions have been raised about costs to the State.

Pat Hickey still in Rio as OCI prepares for release of report

The report into the governance of the OCI will be published soon.

From The42 Nucifora insists Ireland are simply playing by the three-year residency rule Projects

Nucifora insists Ireland are simply playing by the three-year residency rule

The IRFU performance director says there is more good news to come on the contracting front.

Mike Pence's plane slides off runway in New York

Luckily no one was injured.

GameStop Ireland plans to cash in on pop-culture hype with a new shop for 'nerds'

The retailer will open one of the first ThinkGeek-branded store outside the US in Dublin.

Man posed for photos while tourists had belongings stolen by accomplices

Brian Clarke (31) was later identified by gardaí from the photographs on the camera.

Yesterday’s News

ASTI is "a long way away" from temporarily suspending teachers strike

Today marked the first day of strike action for teachers across the country, with over 500 schools closed.

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