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From The Score Your GAA weekend review All-Ireland Final

Your GAA weekend review

Need to catch up on the weekend’s action? We’ve got you covered here.

Yesterday’s News

Here’s why you really should be following the International Space Station online

One small click of a mouse. One giant leap…

From The Daily Edge 16 awe-inspiring views of Ireland everybody should see once The Wow Factor

16 awe-inspiring views of Ireland everybody should see once

It’s not a bad little country.

Here’s What Happened Today: Sunday

Everybody’s talking about the Poolbeg incinerator, asylum applications, and a rescued cow.

Will Enda be cutting the top rate of tax?

Taoiseach Enda Kenny wants a 1% cut in the top tax rate, it is being reported.

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Here’s how the world is calling for action on Climate Change today

There is a picnic taking place in Dublin, in advance of a UN meeting next week.

The majority of people want a referendum on the 8th Amendment

… but one quarter of people don’t know.

Gerry Adams is off to New York to see the Clintons tomorrow – but he’s flying economy class

Mary Lou McDonald caused controversy when it emerged she flew business class to Australia last month.

Greyhound dispute could be set to end after 14-week lockout

Greyhound dispute could be set to end after 14-week lockout

A new deal has been agreed between representatives on both sides and now awaits a vote from workers.

Extract: 16 Dead Men – The Easter Rising Executions

The men who were killed for their involvement in the Easter Rising were diverse in age and occupation, but brought together by a common vision.

Pope Francis: Religion can never justify violence

He said that Albania was an “inspiring example” of religious harmony.

From Business ETC Review: The Nokia Lumia 530 is certainly cheap, but is it cheerful? On A Budget This post contains images

Review: The Nokia Lumia 530 is certainly cheap, but is it cheerful?

Designed to appeal to those on a tight budget, the Lumia 530 certainly gets the price right, but what about everything else?

The Week in Photo: Living Colour Week In Photos This post contains images

The Week in Photo: Living Colour

This is the week that was, in photos…

VIDEO: Stranded cow rescued from the bottom of a cliff by Waterford lifeboat Moo-ving On Up This post contains videos

VIDEO: Stranded cow rescued from the bottom of a cliff by Waterford lifeboat

The steaks were high in this one. (Sorry).

Pics: Thousands of terrified Kurds flee to Turkey to escape Islamic State

Hundreds of Kurds abandoned their homes after warnings from Islamic State.

From The Score Lampard comes back to haunt Chelsea and end Mourinho’s perfect start Old Familiar Friend

Lampard comes back to haunt Chelsea and end Mourinho’s perfect start

A late goal from Frank Lampard against his former club ensured the points were shared.

From The Daily Edge How Disgusting Are You? Quiz

How Disgusting Are You?

Come on. Everybody smells them…

UN isn’t happy about Israeli plans to relocate West Bank Bedouin people

It said this might make away for further illegal settlement expansion.

Remember when Alan Shatter appeared on the cover of Time?

If you lived in or around Dundrum in 2009 you may have received a copy…

From The Score Kingdom come! Kerry savour ‘sweet’ All-Ireland success against Donegal GAA

Kingdom come! Kerry savour ‘sweet’ All-Ireland success against Donegal

Goals from Paul Geaney and Kieran Donaghy gave Kerry a three-point win in Croke Park.

Rural Ireland: ‘The life has gone out of it. Even 20 or 30 jobs would give the place a lift’

A short documentary shows how the people of Ballydehob are dealing with unemployment and emigration.

Man set to appear in court over carjacking at knife point

Man set to appear in court over carjacking at knife point

The incident occurred yesterday in Palmerstown.

Column: ‘More people are facing a brutal winter on our streets or sleeping in their cars.’

The Simon Community is hoping to press the government into action before the cold sets in.

Councillors surprised and shocked to hear work will begin soon on Poolbeg incinerator

One councillor said it would have been “good manners and good practice” to contact them.

‘Prince of Pot’ on a tour of Ireland’s universities to talk about decriminalising drugs

Should Ireland follow Portugal’s lead and radically reform drugs laws?

Families of German victims of MH17 are to sue Ukraine

Three of the families are to take their case to the European Court of Human Rights.

Drunken hunter fights off Australian croc with an eye-poke

The younger adventurer had to think fast after being attacked by the large reptile.

More than 80,000 people sign a petition calling for independence referendum re-run

The re-run is being suggested after allegations of vote rigging in the election.

‘He was talking about never seeing his unborn child when we rescued him’: Volunteering with the RNLI

Brendan Copeland has been with the RNLI for 24 years, he spoke to TheJournal.ie about his experiences.

From The Score Kerry end 20-year wait for All-Ireland minor glory Green And Gold

Kerry end 20-year wait for All-Ireland minor glory

Man of the Match Micheál Burns inspires Kingdom to first minor crown since 1994.

Man seriously injured in late night hit-and-run

Gardaí are appealing for witnesses to the incident which happened at Johnstown in Kildare.

Surge in asylum applications? That’s ‘ridiculous’ says Ó Riordáin

The Minister of State talked about the working group that’s tasked with suggesting how to reform the current system.

Police ask parents to intervene after officer hit in the face with brick

Gangs of youths were throwing stones at each other when the officer was caught in the crossfire.

From The Daily Edge 12 deeply satisfying GIFs of things working out perfectly Just Right

12 deeply satisfying GIFs of things working out perfectly

Things that make you go ‘mmm’.

Ireland’s EU ombudsman decribes the “art” of dealing with EU bureaucracy

This comes on the first anniversary of Emily O’Reilly’s time in the position.

Video: Living with dementia – two families talk honestly about this heartbreaking disease

Two people affected by dementia talk candidly about how it has changed their lives.

Weird Wide Web: Smartphone lanes, cat music remixes and robot snake arms

All of your essential tech and social media news for the week in one byte-sized portion.

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