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Dublin: 2 °C Sunday 26 April, 2015

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From The42 Dublin looked nice all lit up for the Samsung Galaxy S6 Night Run Run In The Dark

Dublin looked nice all lit up for the Samsung Galaxy S6 Night Run

Running 10k along the quays isn’t the worst way to spend a Sunday evening.

This courageous woman helped an 80-year-old man open up about being abused as a child

She said, “If I live in victim than other people can’t see victory.”

Here’s What Happened Today: Sunday

Labour’s support for same sex marriage, the death of a rally driver and the devastation in Nepal all had people talking.

Politicians who own pubs tell us what has gone wrong for Rural Ireland

Owning a pub and being in Leinster House – seeing the demise of Rural Ireland from the outside and the inside.

Dylan’s parents hope this video will save their little boy’s life Saving Dylan This post contains videos

Dylan’s parents hope this video will save their little boy’s life

Children with the toddler’s condition rarely reach their tenth birthday.

From The42 Lacklustre United, Oscar’s concussion and more Premier League talking points Analysis

Lacklustre United, Oscar’s concussion and more Premier League talking points

We also assess Liverpool’s disappointing result and intriguing Spurs-Southampton clash.

There are 100 Irish people in areas affected by the Nepal earthquake

Efforts are being made to contact some 50 Irish citizens in the quake-hit region.

From Business ETC These are the best browsers you can get for your smartphone On The Go

These are the best browsers you can get for your smartphone

Apps may be front and centre of all smartphone experiences but the humble browser is anything but irrelevant.

Minding your Mental Health: advice and tips for teens and their parents

Teenagers are exposed to and experience a range of challenges which can have significant and adverse effects on their mental wellbeing.

Former sex worker says she saw 13-year-old girl work on Dublin streets

Moran also discussed the pressures young boys feel when prostitution is legal.

Nepal death toll passes 2,500 as fresh aftershocks and avalanches hit

A strong aftershock has hit the region, as a massive rescue effort gets under way.

The Week in Photos: Air and Sky Week In Photos This post contains images

The Week in Photos: Air and Sky

This is the week that was, in photos…

From Business ETC You can now see everything you’ve ever googled in one place Please God No

Mohamedou says he’s locked up, tortured, and fighting for justice

His book is the first written and released by a Guantánamo detainee.

Coolock residents evacuated from homes after viable explosive found

The bomb squad was called out and they made the device safe without the need for a controlled explosion.

Old films ‘hidden in biscuit tins’ reveal life in Dublin during the 1960s

The footage was shot by a firefighter and part-time historian.

Why the death toll in the Mediterranean is surging

The boats are getting ever more rickety and the numbers crammed on them are increasing.

Ibrahim Halawa trial adjourned for sixth time after bail refusal

Amnesty International has warned that the Tallaght man could face the death penalty if convicted.

From The42 As it happened: Arsenal v Chelsea, Premier League Liveblog

As it happened: Arsenal v Chelsea, Premier League

Arsenal took on Chelsea, as the Gunners look to delayed their opponents’ Premier League triumph.

Tributes paid to rally driver (34) killed in Clare crash

The remainder of the event has been cancelled as a mark of respect to Simon McKinley.

Watch: Boris Johnson and Ed Miliband bicker like schoolboys until told to ‘shut up’ Break It Up This post contains videos

Watch: Boris Johnson and Ed Miliband bicker like schoolboys until told to ‘shut up’

Andrew Marr described is as the “best television of the week so far”.

Pictures: Four fire units responded to a huge blaze in south Dublin last night

An investigation into the cause of the blaze is under way.

A brazen thief stole an entire ice cream fridge while the store cashier was napping

Giving a whole new meaning to: “He’d sleep through anything”.

From Business ETC Ever dreamed of starting your own record label? Here’s how one duo did it Rock And Roll

Ever dreamed of starting your own record label? Here’s how one duo did it

We talk to Dublin’s Paper Trail Records about having the ‘best job’.

Just how bad were the Empire soldiers in Star Wars?

US military experts weighed in this week.

From The42 As it happened: Dublin v Cork, Division 1 football league final Dubs And Rebels

“The No side seem fixated on the notion of the ‘ideal family’ – whatever that means”

The Tánaiste accused the ‘no’ side of using fear tactics. Meanwhile, David Quinn has said ‘Marriage Equality’ is a “misnomer”.

8 things we learned at the Fianna Fáil Ard Fheis

As expected, there’s been new policies … and more in-fighting.

Indian sisters say their mother knew older brothers raped them

The girls say their mother would beat and burn them whenever they complained or refused their brothers’ demands.

From The42 As it happened: Down v Roscommon, Division 2 football league final Minute-by-Minute

As it happened: Down v Roscommon, Division 2 football league final

We were live from Croke Park for the first of this afternoon’s Football League final double-header.

From The42 As it happened: Everton v Manchester United, Premier League Minute-by-Minute

As it happened: Everton v Manchester United, Premier League

United could have overtaken Arsenal with an away win but they did not have it easy against Roberto Martinez and his team.

From Business ETC What recession? Ireland’s richest people wealthier now than during Celtic Tiger Loaded

What recession? Ireland’s richest people wealthier now than during Celtic Tiger

You have to be worth at least £100 million to get on the list.

Poll: Do we need more bank holidays? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Do we need more bank holidays?

UKIP is campaigning for an extra one to be brought in to mark St George’s Day – but do we need another one here?

One Pennsylvania shop charges women less than men for goods – here’s why Opinion This post contains images

One Pennsylvania shop charges women less than men for goods – here’s why

Our idea was simple: each item would have two price tags, one for men and one for women. And the women’s price would always be 76% less.

Man questioned after woman’s dismembered body found in flat

The woman’s body was found at the apartment three days after she was reported missing.

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