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Dublin: 17 °C Saturday 19 August, 2017

Today’s News

16-year-old boy running for Kansas governor seat

The teenager said he would support legalising marijuana for medical purposes but he is conservative on gun rights.

Gardening: Grow your own tomatoes - from seed to sauce

If you had a variety of tomato that was a particular success this year, why not try saving the seeds from the tomatoes to grow next year’s plants, writes Michael Kelly.

Man (24) seriously injured in north Dublin car crash

The incident happened at 2am this morning.

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Ireland has a chef shortage - but the industry can't agree why

'Most likely not terrorism': Knife attacker injures seven in Russia

Police said they had “liquidated” the attacker.

From The42 LIVE: Swansea City vs Manchester United, Premier League Liveblog

LIVE: Swansea City vs Manchester United, Premier League

Swansea host Manchester United at the Liberty Stadium as the second weekend of the new Premier League season gets underway.

Man robs shop, crashes getaway car, fires gun, hijacks another car, crashes and ends up in hospital

Gardai have confirmed that a man in his 30s has been arrested.

From The42 Making waves and breaking boundaries: Ireland's Aqua Blue Sport ready to make history Behind The Scenes

Making waves and breaking boundaries: Ireland's Aqua Blue Sport ready to make history

Ahead of a debut appearance at a Grand Tour event, we take a look behind the scenes at a unique Irish sporting team.

Six US police officers shot in one night

One police officer died from his injuries.

From The42 "People say: 'Bloody hell, what happened you after that? It ruined you'" Interview This post contains videos

"People say: 'Bloody hell, what happened you after that? It ruined you'"

Ex-Ireland international and current Billericay Town star Kevin Foley on Euro 2012 heartache and a career full of highs and lows.

Explainer: Why the future of Cork hinges on a deal between the City Council and County Council

A government report has said Cork may lose its status as Ireland’s “second city” unless changes are urgently made to council boundaries.

'A truly horrific murder': Irishman stabbed to death in Wolverhampton

The victim was due in court in Ireland in relation to an assault charge but had fled the jurisdiction.

It's so hot in LA that they're coating the footpaths using a new 'cooling' paint

The Californian city becomes the first major one in the US to test out the new technology.

Poll: Would you tell a school principal that you couldn't afford your child's education? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Would you tell a school principal that you couldn't afford your child's education?

Many parents struggle to afford sending their children to school.

Finnish police treating stabbing rampage which left two dead as terror attack

Eight people were stabbed before police shot the attacker.

IRA leader Seán Russell and the story of Dublin's most controversial statue

Russell was an IRA chief of staff who died on a German u-boat in 1940.

The 9 at 9: Saturday

These are the top stories you need to know this morning.

Charlottesville statue: 'Many monuments to British figures were destroyed or removed in Ireland too'

The blowing up of Nelson’s pillar, on O’Connell Street, in 1966 is the most acute example of the re-writing of the Irish landscape, writes Dr Richard Scriven.

Cork's hedgerows helped this bartender represent the country at a global competition

Meet Andy Ferreira, cocktail maker extraordinaire. He’s taking part in a global competition next week.

'My teacher told me not to get my hopes of an A in the Junior Cert up - now I'm on the syllabus'

Poet Hazel Hogan’s Grangegorman has been added to the recommended list.

From The42 'I’m poles apart from that person' - 20 years on, Maurice Fitz returns to face Mayo again Back In Action

'I’m poles apart from that person' - 20 years on, Maurice Fitz returns to face Mayo again

A Kerry player in 1997, the Kingdom great is back as a selector.

Spanish police say terrorists planned bigger attack

Police believe three terrorists are still on the run.

Why was this medieval Roscommon village abandoned centuries ago?

Heritage Week kicks off today, and a talk in Kilkenny on the abandoned medieval village of Rindoon is just one great example of what’s on.

Murder investigation launched after Irishman dies in Birmingham

Phillip Leonard died from his injuries earlier this week.

The icons of Confederacy at the heart of America's debate

There are more than 1,500 symbols of the Confederacy on public land, mostly in the South.

A new generation of white nationalist groups flourish under Trump

Analysts say theses groups may have members in the tens of thousands and tacit supporters in the hundreds of thousands.

A plumber has been awarded €15,000 after a row over a urinal cleaning job

A Dublin-based Drain Doctor franchisee denied that it had fired the ex-worker.

'You have to ask: why are voluntary contributions necessary in a country where we're on the rise financially?'

School principals say rising costs are putting pressure on parents and on schools.

Man (31) to go on trial charged with murdering his partner in her home

Rita Apine was found with serious head injuries at the foot of the stairs in her rented house.

British spies are keeping tabs on potential extremists in Ireland

It is understood that they are operating in at least two Irish cities.

Yesterday’s News

Mother of Charlottesville victim refuses to speak to Trump

“You can’t wash this one away by shaking my hand and saying ‘I’m sorry’.”

Las Ramblas victims: A father with his family, a husband on his honeymoon RIP

Las Ramblas victims: A father with his family, a husband on his honeymoon

Over 30 different nationalities were killed or injured in the two attacks, according to various sources

Swimming ban in place at Dublin beach over animal contamination

The results of a routine sample showed a deterioration in the water quality.

Here's What Happened Today: Friday

Fourteen people killed in attacks in Spain, Steve Bannon is out of the White House and Bruce Forsyth has died – it’s the Evening Fix.

Man (56) found with serious injuries on Bray road

The man is in a critical condition in hospital and gardaí are looking to find out what happened to him.

Second video emerges of US officer repeatedly punching black man

“Violence and use of force in any situation is disturbing and difficult to watch,” the city’s mayor said.

From The42 'I was thinking ‘Why did I leave?’ because underneath it all I’m a Sligo man' Tubbercurry Tornado

'I was thinking ‘Why did I leave?’ because underneath it all I’m a Sligo man'

Sligo Rovers’ favourite son Raffaele Cretaro chats to us about his beginnings in football and the battle to beat the drop this season.

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