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Dublin: 11 °C Sunday 26 March, 2017

Today’s News

Fundraiser to be held in Vancouver as bid to get critically-ill Irishman home nears target

Ciarán Kelly went into cardiac arrest on St Patrick’s Day, and was left with severe brain damage.

From The42 LIVE: Mayo v Tyrone, Kerry v Cavan - Sunday GAA football match tracker And It's Live

LIVE: Mayo v Tyrone, Kerry v Cavan - Sunday GAA football match tracker

We’re following the action from around the country.

'Words cannot express our appreciation': Family of Martin McGuinness touched by support

His wife Bernie McGuinness said that “our hearts are broken” following his death earlier this week.

21-year-old man killed in single-vehicle crash

Gardaí were called to the scene shortly before 6am today.

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'I was looking for an excuse to come home. But there was a recession on and I had no job'

This businesswoman dabbled in a few careers before she brought the Inglot makeup brand to Ireland.

A body has been recovered from the wreckage of Rescue 116

The body is being brought to shore for formal identification.

From The42 When sport is finished with you first: The story of Seán Prunty Interview

When sport is finished with you first: The story of Seán Prunty

The former Longford Town player was forced to retire at 27 due to a heart problem.

Man (30s) dies in early morning car crash

The single vehicle collision occurred on the N59 in Co Mayo.

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Just fining people for wasting water won't be enough says EU commissioner

The issue of water charges will be back on the agenda in Leinster House this week.

'At least a couple of shooters' in American nightclub shooting that killed one and injured 15

The incident occurred at Cameo Night Club in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Documentary on Ireland's barber culture: From trendy city spots to mobile shops at cattle markets

“We wanted to get a lot of different takes on the trade and we got some really good characters and really great stories.”

Mother's Day stats: July most popular month for having babies and Leitrim has lowest number of births CSO

Mother's Day stats: July most popular month for having babies and Leitrim has lowest number of births

Donegal, Cavan and Monaghan had the largest families with 2.19 children per family on average.

From The42 Katie admits 'bad habits' need work as she edges closer to world title territory Transition

Katie admits 'bad habits' need work as she edges closer to world title territory

The Bray woman picked up another convincing win last night but she felt it was far from perfect.

Elderly Japanese people to be given cheaper funerals if they give up driving

Nearly 5 million people aged 75 or older hold a licence in Japan.

'We may never understand why he did this': Police struggling in search for Masood's motive

All but one of the 11 people arrested have been released.

One man has spent five years capturing breathtaking views of Glendalough Photopost This post contains images

One man has spent five years capturing breathtaking views of Glendalough

Frank Corry’s PhotoPost project shows that Ireland’s changeable weather is actually really beautiful.

Poll: Should we scrap putting the clocks back and forward every year? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should we scrap putting the clocks back and forward every year?

We’ve been putting the clocks forward in Spring, and back in Autumn, for over 100 years now.

Sitdown Sunday: The real life of Kellyanne Conway

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

'Religious identities, or any identity, should never be reduced to a violent caricature'

Our societies are at their best when the diversity of our worldviews are ethically celebrated, writes Jacob J Erickson.

The 9 at 9: Sunday

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

Ireland's pilgrim paths: 'They're the great leveller - you could be Bill Gates or unemployed'

This Easter, National Pilgrim Paths Week will take place.

Man (60s) left with serious injuries following Cavan road crash

The incident occurred on the N3 near Belturbet.

The government wants to open up Ireland's exclusive fishing boundaries - and Senators aren't happy

That’s what Seanad members have been asking while debating an amendment t’the Sea Fisheries Bill.

The story of the hundreds of Irish men and women who left Ireland for China up to 100 years ago

The producer of a TG4 documentary series says the story is largely unknown to the Irish public.

Suspect in Las Vegas Strip bus shooting surrenders to police

The incident was unrelated to an earlier robbery of a jewellery shop in the Bellagio Hotel.

From The42 'I normally don't take notice of fans' faces but he was constantly calling me a c**t' Notts Landing

'I normally don't take notice of fans' faces but he was constantly calling me a c**t'

Nottingham Forest’s Irish goalkeeper Stephen Henderson on setbacks, social media and settling down.

You should have put your clocks forward overnight

You did already, you say? Never mind so.

'Some people think that every person with autism is like Rain Man, or a wizard at maths'

Representations of people with autism can be full of stereotypes.

At crisis point: Over €1 million spent to destroy 2,000 horses in Dublin

There were 4,923 horses seized across Ireland in just one year and most were put down.

Ireland has spent €430 million on criminal legal aid in the past eight years

€53 million was spent on providing free legal aid to people facing criminal charges last year alone.

Traffic restrictions in Dublin as Port Tunnel run takes place

If you’re making plans for today don’t forget – the clocks go forward too.

Greek anarchists target Dublin financial firm with 'exploding letter'

The package was intercepted in Paris before it reached its Irish destination.

Yesterday’s News

'It really shouldn't work... but it does': Ian Dempsey on 20 years of Today FM

The presenter spoke to TheJournal.ie about how the station has grown since then.

From The42 Dominant Katie Taylor earns fourth straight win as pro Different Class

Dominant Katie Taylor earns fourth straight win as pro

The Bray native was boxing on the undercard of the world lightweight title rematch between Jorge Linares and Anthony Crolla.

'If this was France we would protect our jobs. In Ireland we don't seem to care'

Connect Ireland’s job scheme, aimed at the Irish diaspora, looks set to be shelved.

Here's What Happened Today: Saturday

The Bus Éireann strike, the Commissioner’s response to this week’s Garda revelations – and Trump’s attempts to move on from his latest defeat.

One dead, one wounded after gunman barricades himself into bus in Las Vegas

“We had one single shooting incident with two victims,” a local police spokesman confirmed.

'It could have fallen into the street': How a derelict building in Dublin's Blackpitts was transformed

It’s now going to be part of a site that offers student accommodation.

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