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Today’s News

From The42 Rory McIlroy wins $11.5 million playoff with some jaw-dropping golf Hear Me Ror

Rory McIlroy wins $11.5 million playoff with some jaw-dropping golf

McIlroy wins sudden-death playoff at Tour Championship, pipping Dustin Johnson to FedEx Cup bonus.

Yesterday’s News

The woman behind Can't Cope, Won't Cope: "I was hell-bent on getting this on screen"

Stefanie Preissner talks to us about her new series ahead of the third episode airing tomorrow.

FactCheck: Does Ireland really have the "highest education" in Europe?

Junior Minister Eoghan Murphy made an effort to impress international viewers on CNBC this week. But did he over-state the case?

Opinion: "I'm 22. She's 22. I'm in no position to care for a child. How the hell is this supposed to work?"

We had nobody to help us. It’s a disgusting feeling, the feeling of exile.

Here's What Happened Today: Sunday

Dublin Bus talks to begin, and Coronation Street actor sacked – it’s the Evening Fix.

This is what it's like to be an Irish soldier... in virtual reality

The Ploughing Championships can be a dangerous place.

From The42 'I believe our ladies association have let us down' - Dublin boss fury over scoring decision Not A Happy Camper

'I believe our ladies association have let us down' - Dublin boss fury over scoring decision

Gregory McGonigle saw his team lose out by a point in Croke Park this afternoon.

India's poor fear the impact of a crackdown on commercial surrogacy

Authorities are planning to ban commercial surrogacy in the country over exploitation concerns.

Ross welcomes Dublin Bus talks, says both sides now need to be given "space"

Dublin Bus says that the ongoing strikes have already cost it €4 million.

Two men arrested following car chase after shots fired in Cork city

The shots were fired at about 2pm this afternoon at Noonan Road in Cork city.

It's part of the furniture but without a Dutchman and Bertie, Dublin Zoo could have shut forever

The organisation came back from the brink during the noughties after years of financial instability.

Man spent 43 years using wheelchair following incorrect diagnosis

61-year-old Rufino Borrego was incorrectly diagnosed as having incurable muscular dystrophy when he was 13.

"Ireland seems to be far down the list of desired destinations for these refugees"

Will our children judge us for not doing enough for migrants the way we now wonder about Ireland’s response to the migrant crisis after World War II, asks Barry Ward.

"War crimes are being committed here" - pressure ramped up on Russia to rein in bombing campaign

The eastern side of Syrian city Aleppo has been subjected to an “unprecedented” bombing campaign over the last four days.

From The42 Cork clinch All-Ireland six-in-a-row as Dublin suffer final heartbreak again Champs Again

Cork clinch All-Ireland six-in-a-row as Dublin suffer final heartbreak again

Rhona Ní Bhuachalla hit the crucial second-half goal for Cork.

Trump threatens to put woman Bill Clinton had affair with in front row for first presidential debate

It’s unclear as to whether or not this is something that can actually happen.

Two teenage girls arrested in France over planned terror attack

Searches failed to find any weapons at their homes.

Coronation Street actor fired over series of "racially offensive" tweets

Marc Anwar has played the character of Sharif Nazir on the soap since 2014.

Italian man ordered to buy feminist books for underage prostitute

The man has been ordered to buy the teenage girl 30 books “on the theme of women’s dignity”.

The government has offered a pay deal to a Garda union

It ends three months of negotiation and, if approved by members, would avert a possible strike.

From The42 Sinéad Aherne – ‘It was a harder one for them to take on the day, to not get over the line’ Sharpshooter

Sinéad Aherne – ‘It was a harder one for them to take on the day, to not get over the line’

The Dubs’ freetaker will be hoping to help her side past Cork at HQ today.

'The sounds of bombs will be heard in the streets': The week in quotes

Here’s what was said and who said what this week.

Man remains at large over armed robbery as another faces court

The men allegedly robbed a shop in Neilstown.

Writer who was facing charges for disrespecting Islam shot dead outside court

Nahed Hattar was charged with inciting sectarian strife and insulting Islam.

From The42 After helping a city rebuild, Steve Gleason had his own life fall apart Big Far From Easy

After helping a city rebuild, Steve Gleason had his own life fall apart

It’s the 10th anniversary of his famous blocked punt for the New Orleans Saints.

Poll: Do you agree with zoos? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you agree with zoos?

What do you think?

Sitdown Sunday: The rise and fall of Brangelina

Grab a comfy chair and sit back with some of the week’s best longreads.

The 9 at 9: Sunday

It’s Sunday and here’s what you need to know.

Police release video showing shooting of man which sparked riots

The family of Keith Lamont Scott have already released their own video.

'We need to take a tin-opener to the top of our minds': Enda McNulty on elite performance

The former Armagh All-Ireland winner talks forensically about sports psychology, motivation and what makes the best.

Brendan Howlin: 'Clearly, the whole water charges issue was a mistake'

After a crushing defeat in the last election, Labour’s Brendan Howlin talks about water charges, Alan Kelly and how the government nearly collapsed a number of times.

Column: The US football players kneeling for the national anthem are doing something important

There is a long history of athletes taking a stand for justice, writes Julien Mercille.

Gary Hutch - The murder that sparked a year of bloodshed

Gary Hutch’s murder a year ago precipitated the deaths of others.

Here's why Volkwagen's emissions scandal failed to slow down

The car company was slapped with a $9.1 billion investor lawsuit this week.

'We're losing the Messis and Ronaldos of education - Irish colleges need more funding'

Trinity professor Luke O’Neill, one of Ireland’s most respected academics, says the country is facing a brain drain.

Shopping mall home to 'world's saddest bear' refuses wildlife park offer

Photos of Pizza show the polar bear lying listlessly in a gloomy, windowless room while visitors crowd around with phones.

'He doesn't really know life without pain': Mother speaks of son's battle with juvenile arthritis

Linda O’Dwyer had to wait 18 months to get a diagnosis for her son Tommy – and that was after she went private.

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