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'It's been two months, it's just not on': Customers say Ryanair still owes money after cancellations

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Yesterday’s News

Frampton sees out enjoyable war with Garcia to return to winning ways in Belfast

Frampton earned a unanimous decision victory but endured some hairy moments versus a teak tough Mexican.

Life swivelled on axis: From surfing champion to becoming pastor at church he co-founded in Lahinch

John McCarthy says his life as a surfer meant he could do whatever he wanted but that it wasn’t a life built on anything solid.

How Minecraft has made this Irish couple into a YouTube sensation Minecraft This post contains videos

How Minecraft has made this Irish couple into a YouTube sensation

They have amassed millions of subscribers that tune into the daily adventures of their characters Little Kelly and Sharky,

Gerry Adams announces he is to step down as Sinn Féín president next year

Adams will not stand for election in the next Dáíl either.

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Molson Coors' Irish losses have doubled as pub beer sales dry up

The company’s local division still expects to be profitable before 2020.

Martin says government surprised by scale of anger levelled against them this week

Martin said Fine Gael faced backlash from the people over homelessness comments.

Here's What Happened Today: Saturday

Teen critical in Clondalkin shooting, man found dead in Dublin Airport and Peter Kay’s Late Late hijinx – It’s The Fix.

From The42 Class of Conway and Carbery help stuttering Ireland edge past Fiji Close-run Thing

Class of Conway and Carbery help stuttering Ireland edge past Fiji

An experimental selection from Joe Schmidt was put under intense scrutiny by a fantastic array of Fijian talent.

Opinion: 'The Irish Constitution has served us well for the most part'

In the context of the late 1930s, it is quite a remarkable document in its commitment to democratic ideals, writes Dr Laura Cahillane.

Why this Tipperary man with five degrees left a good job in the middle of the recession

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Dublin-based Future Analytics Consulting.

No free vote for Sinn Féin TDs and senators on abortion

The party voted to reaffirm their position to repeal the Eighth Amendment.

Al Porter to take 'personal time' away from Today FM show

He has been presenting the show for 10 months.

'Some people join the Sinn Féin party for the wrong reasons'

Chairperson Declan Kearney today defended the party’s ethical record.

From The42 As it happened: Ireland vs Fiji, Autumn internationals Liveblog

As it happened: Ireland vs Fiji, Autumn internationals

We had minute-by-minute coverage as Joe Schmidt’s side continued their November series when they met Fiji at the Aviva Stadium.

Clondalkin teen shot in head 'involved in row with known criminal two weeks ago'

The teenager was shot in the head last night.

From The42 As it happened: Man United v Newcastle, Premier League Minute-by-Minute

As it happened: Man United v Newcastle, Premier League

Man United took on Newcastle, with the Red Devils needing a win to keep pace with rivals City.

MEPs to vote on scrapping daylight saving time 'for health and safety reasons'

A new EU study said that health research associates DST with disruption to circadian rhythm.

AC/DC co-founder and guitarist Malcolm Young dies, aged 64 RIP

AC/DC co-founder and guitarist Malcolm Young dies, aged 64

Young passed away surrounded by friends and family.

From The42 As it happened: Liverpool vs Southampton, Premier League Liveblog

As it happened: Liverpool vs Southampton, Premier League

Liverpool welcomed Southampton to Anfield facing former defender Mauricio Pellegrino who took charge for the Saints on Saturday afternoon.

Man found dead in Dublin Airport toilets this morning

The man was found at 11am this morning.

'Being homeless was so overwhelming. I never felt safe. I never felt the kids were safe'

Focus Ireland has brought 300 families out of homelessness.

Thousands of protesters turn out in Zimbabwe calling for resignation of Robert Mugabe

The marches will cap an unprecedented week in which generals seized power and put Mugabe under house arrest.

Food miles: Don't buy strawberries from Israel during Irish strawberry season

I have no issue with anyone buying imported food when it’s something we can’t grow or produce here in Ireland, writes Michael Kelly.

The UK Sun lashes out at Leo Varadkar, says he should 'shut his gob on Brexit and grow up'

The Sun’s editorial comment came following strong words from Varadkar at a European Union summit in Sweden yesterday.

From The42 As it happened: Arsenal v Tottenham, Premier League Bragging Rights

As it happened: Arsenal v Tottenham, Premier League

After a traumatic international break, it was back to club football with the North London derby first up.

One Direction's Niall Horan has taken a stake in an Irish startup that puts sounds to emojis

The firm was previously backed by snooker star Ken Doherty and racehorse trainer Henry de Bromhead.

Broadcaster Chris Donoghue to leave Newstalk for government job alongside Simon Coveney

Donoghue has been a member of the Newstalk roster for 14 years, and was appointed as group political editor for Communicorp less than three months ago.

From The42 Controlled second-half sees Australia defeat Ireland to claim Cormac McAnallen Cup Deserved Win

Controlled second-half sees Australia defeat Ireland to claim Cormac McAnallen Cup

Gary Brennan and Chris Barrett hit first-quarter goals for Ireland.

Some Amish people live 10 years longer than their neighbours. Scientists say it's because of a gene mutation

Amish people with this gene mutation were also significantly less likely to get diabetes.

Great tragedy of 500 lives lost in sunken mail boat RMS Leinster retold

Over 500 people were killed when the boat sank, just a month before the First World War ended.

Community CCTV schemes could be a 'game changer' in helping prevent crime

The Data Commissioner is set to examine the status of community CCTV schemes.

Trump says he will KEEP ban on elephant trophies in US, reversing his earlier decision

The importation of Zimbabwean elephant hunting trophies to the US was authorised this week, before being reversed.

The 9 at 9: Saturday

Everything you need to know as the weekend gets started.

Opinion: Why do we even need an International Men’s Day?

There is a lack of mainstream acceptance of systemic men’s issues, writes David Walsh.

Gardaí investigating two Dublin shootings last night

The shootings occurred in Ballymun and Clondalkin.

'There's so much potential in every young person in care, just like there is in every young person'

An education fair is being held to showcase options for young people in care.

From The42 Pillows, Pele and the device an ex-League of Ireland player thinks can save the art of headers Head Games

Pillows, Pele and the device an ex-League of Ireland player thinks can save the art of headers

With heading linked to dementia, there are calls for it to be outlawed in underage games.

'I looked down and my leg simply wasn't there' - for farming families, the consequences of a workplace accident are devastating

Support and bereavement group Embrace Farm are soon to hold their first national conference on the multitude of problems presented by farming tragedies.

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