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Dublin: 13 °C Saturday 20 September, 2014

Today’s News

Two men stabbed in Dublin early this morning

The separate incidents took place in Blanchardstown and Dorset Street within fifteen minutes of each other.

The heartbreaking reasons that there are hardly any mammies in Disney films

Your Disney favourites just got even darker.

Another look at how alcohol can be more dangerous than heroin

Alcohol can be more harmful to those around the user.

From The Score Brian Clough and his effect on the Irish management team Legacy

Brian Clough and his effect on the Irish management team

On the 10th anniversary of his death, we examine the iconic manager’s influence on Martin O’Neill and Roy Keane.

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Poll: Should Northern Ireland hold a vote on joining the Republic? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should Northern Ireland hold a vote on joining the Republic?

Martin McGuinness has called for a vote on Northern Ireland joining the Republic… but what would the repercussions be?

How important was a ‘No’ vote in the Scottish referendum to Northern Irish unionists?

Cultural and historical ties to Scotland meant that yesterday’s ‘No’ vote came as good news for our neighbours to the north.

From The Daily Edge 17 simple tips to make the most of your small apartment Flat Hacks

17 simple tips to make the most of your small apartment

Turn your tiny studio into a palace.

Homes evacuated after viable homemade bomb found in Bray house

A bomb disposal team dismantled the device and confirmed it was viable.

Heritage Ireland: The church at the crossroads of Dublin’s ancient past

St Audoen’s in Dublin city centre stands by the most ancient road into Dublin. (And learn, too, about where the monks from Skellig Michael fled from their lonely rock in the sea.)

Man jumps White House fence and makes it through the doors before being caught

US President Barack Obama was not in the building at the time.

The 9 at 9: Saturday

Good morning! Here’s everything you need to know as you kick off your Saturday…

No lonely funeral for Sean – plans underway to bury him next to his mum

Sean Parker died in England and a call was put out for people to attend his funeral. But the people of Glisnk went one better.

Here’s how much a pint costs in the Dáil bar these days

Still cheaper than most other bars…

Left-wing independent TDs meet today, but here’s why a new party isn’t happening soon

Left-wing independent TDs meet today, but here’s why a new party isn’t happening soon

The ‘is there going to be a new political party?’ story rumbles on…

Aaron McKenna: What are our coalition options after the next election?

Coalitions are the price of proportional systems such as ours: voters should have truthful information about potential alliances in order to make informed decisions.

From The Score Johnny Doyle column: Donegal’s experience should just shade it Preview

Johnny Doyle column: Donegal’s experience should just shade it

However, our columnist only sees the bounce of a ball between the two sides.

Fleet-wide check under way after asbestos found on Naval ships

The LÉ Ciara and LÉ Orla are currently out of action as a specialist contractor removes the potentially lethal substance from the vessels.

If #Indyref was decided by tweets, it would’ve been a landslide Yes vote

Nearly three-quarters of tweeters on the day were nationalists.

From The Daily Edge Here’s a first look at the Love/Hate season 5 cast Love/Hate

Here’s a first look at the Love/Hate season 5 cast

They are back. And they are moody.

Here’s What Happened Today: Friday

Everybody’s talking about Scotland saying no to independence, Culture Night and abortion guidelines.

‘Buffer zone’ to separate troops and miliants created during Ukraine peace talks

The buffer zone is to separate government troops and pro-Russian militants.

Check your tickets – the €87m EuroMillions winner is in Ireland

You could be richer right now. You lucky thing.

Russian fighter jets intercepted by US near Alaska

The warplanes intercepted the jets on Wednesday.

Yesterday’s News

Three arrested over Glasgow unrest following referendum result

Police have separated both Yes and No groups in Glasgow’s George Square.

Alex Salmond is resigning as Scotland’s First Minister

It follows defeat for the Yes side in the independence referendum overnight.

United Kingdom: Scotland votes No and rejects independence

David Cameron says the question is settled for ‘a generation or perhaps a lifetime’.

‘I will not send Irish troops into civil war in Syria’ – Coveney

Irish peacekeepers are about to re-deploy to the Golan Heights.

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‘I accept the verdict of the people.”- Salmond concedes defeat but wants promises delivered

The Scottish First Minister says that the referendum was a “triumph” for democracy.

Here’s what the new iPhones will cost in Ireland

All the networks are offering them on 24-month contracts.

From The Score Explainer: Here’s everything you need to know about Ireland’s successful Euro 2020 bid Fyi

Explainer: Here’s everything you need to know about Ireland’s successful Euro 2020 bid

It was announced earlier today that the Aviva Stadium in Dublin would host four matches.

“Smile!” How’s your Culture Night going? Culture Night 2014

“Smile!” How’s your Culture Night going?

These young ladies have been snapping selfies in Cork.

From The Daily Edge Love/Hate will be back on our screens in just over a fortnight Love/Hate

Love/Hate will be back on our screens in just over a fortnight

The fifth season of the acclaimed RTÉ drama will be back very soon.

554 people died by suicide in 2011

That is the highest number since 2001.

From The Score Good times keep rolling for Connacht as they see off Leinster in Galway Unbeaten

Good times keep rolling for Connacht as they see off Leinster in Galway

Pat Lam’s men battled to a wonderful 10-9 victory at the Sportsground to make it three wins from three Pro12 games.

From The Daily Edge 8 fantastic 90s game shows we wish still existed Nice To See You

8 fantastic 90s game shows we wish still existed

The 90s was when the game show truly reached its creative peak. Don’t believe us? Check these out.

Mum of Reeva Steenkamp to publish “insider” book on Pistorius trial

June Steenkamp will write about her experience of the trial.

Man dies after Carlow crash

Three other men and a woman have been brought to hospital in Kilkenny.

Scotland’s older people saved the Union

Young people really wanted independence.

Mixed reaction to new abortion guidelines for health professionals

The guidance document was published by the Department of Health today.

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