The Herald Daily
Tuesday 22 October 2019
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The shocking photo of little ‘Sam’
'People are no longer shocked by plight of homeless' - McVerry Campaigner Peter McVerry has said his greatest fear is that homelessness was now being normalised in Irish society.
Main Headlines
Terri Mullarney said the verdict gave her ‘the closure I need’ 'I feel free at last', says abuse victim Terri as rapist stepdad jailed Ian Begley, Declan Brennan and Fiona Ferguson A young woman whose stepfather was jailed for 12 years for rape has said she finally feels free of her childhood abuser.
It is believed Bus Connects has reduced the number of routes on which people would have to change to a second bus, but this remains to be seen when today's revised plans are unveiled. Stock photo: Caroline Quinn/PA Wire Extra bus connects 'spine' route after commuters' anger Conor Feehan Changes to the controversial Bus Connects plans include adding an extra major route, known as a spine, which will bring passengers from Howth and Portmarnock to the city centre, the Herald can reveal.
Derek Keane pleaded guilty to causing death by dangerous driving and failing to offer assistance Fireman pleads guilty to dangerous driving causing man's death Andrew Phelan A firefighter has pleaded guilty to dangerous driving causing the death of a man in north Co Dublin.
Derek 'Dee Dee' O'Driscoll Extortion thug 'Dee Dee' refuses to be 'frogmarched' to seized mobile Eoin Reynolds A receiver has been appointed to sell a mobile home that previously belonged to a known criminal who extorted thousands of euro from builders working for Dublin City Council in return for protection.

CRITICAL: Pep Guardiola does not believe his team is clinical enough to win the Champions League. Pic: Reuters Pep: Little margins are what City must get right to win in Europe Andy Hampson Pep Guardiola has called on his Manchester City players to show they have the mentality to win the Champions League.
Manchester United's Marcus Rashford. Pic: Martin Rickett/PA Wire Rashford: I think we deserved the three points Simon Peach Marcus Rashford is determined to kick on after Manchester United's improved display so nearly brought a surprise victory against Liverpool.
GOAL: Adam Lallana. Pic: AP Lallana is confident of playing major role Simon Peach Adam Lallana is confident of providing more big moments this season after scoring Liverpool's late leveller at arch rivals Manchester United.
Mauricio Pochettino. Pic: PA Poch aware of his fate if results don't get better at Spurs Jonathan Veal Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino accepts his position will come under increasing pressure if results do not improve.
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