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Dublin: 14 °C Monday 21 August, 2017

Today’s News

'The rise of absolute cowboys': Scammers are targeting students desperate for somewhere to live

With the first round of CAO results out today, students across the country will be scrambling to find a place to live.

Yesterday’s News

'A fire ended my Leaving Cert hopes. I've taken a longer, scenic route to success'

My repeat Leaving Cert was a struggle – and my early attempts to get a job were farcical. 20 years on, now I’m in a position to help others, writes Seònaid Ó Murchadha.

'This is Cork... there's no way those f**kers are coming down and taking the league from us'

From the Cork minor football panel to the first team at Brighton and success in the League of Ireland.

The old Central Bank roof is being altered - but in the 1980s they had to knock 30 feet off the top

During its initial construction the iconic building ran into trouble when it breached planning laws.

'Oh, that's just the price': €11 difference in cost of same medication in two Dublin pharmacies

One man was charged 32c a pill for his depression medication in one Dublin pharmacy, and 73c in another.

Noticed the cameras around town? They're for the upcoming movie about a drug-fuelled weekend in Dublin

The movie follows Jason on a wild weekend odyssey through the streets of the capital.

Comedy legend Jerry Lewis dies aged 91

In recent decades, Lewis had been plagued by health problems.

Here's What Happened Today: Sunday

A stabbing in Kilkenny, the latest developments in Spain’s terror investigation, and Hurricane Gert had people talking.

Fancy yourself as a bit of an Indiana Jones? Now you can experience what he did on his day job

Fancy yourself as a bit of an Indiana Jones? Now you can experience what he did on his day job

The public is being asked to help at archaeological dig at Glendalough.

Varadkar marches in Montreal Pride Parade alongside Justin Trudeau

The Taoiseach is on a three-day visit to Canada.

Man and woman seriously injured in Donegal crash

Gardaí are appealing for witnesses.

From The42 Durcan rescues a draw for Mayo against Kerry in All-Ireland semi-final thriller They'll Meet Again

How weddings, festivals and Hennessy are helping Irish art after 'devastating' funding cuts

We spoke to the director of the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) about how it thought outside the box to bring in more money.

Spanish authorities confirm missing boy died in Barcelona attack

Julian Cadman was separated from his mother Jom when a van struck crowds at Las Ramblas.

Bitcoin's future: 'Remember many people saw the early internet as a toy that would never take off'

Some of the most talented software developers in the world are working on Bitcoin, writes John Gleeson.

New York subway staff say break rooms and bathrooms being used to store bodies

Some staff said they have been traumatised by unexpectedly finding a body that is being stowed temporarily until a medical examiner arrives.

Lost US Navy warship found seven decades after it was sunk in the final days of World War II

The location of the ship was unknown as no distress signal was sent.

Gardaí investigate alleged sexual assault in Donegal

The incident happened at around 1am.

Attack launched on one of Islamic State's last strongholds in Iraq

IS jihadists overran Tal Afar in June 2014.

After a failed crowdfunding bid, the maker of this anti-stress device has called in the examiner

Dublin-based Galvanic recently asked the public for £700,000 in return for shares.

'It's totally unacceptable': Over 650 children left on hospital trolleys so far this year

Over 1,000 children are expected to wait for a bed this year.

From The42 'I knew it wouldn't take her long to break through and she proved me right' Goodbye

'I knew it wouldn't take her long to break through and she proved me right'

Former Ireland manager Mick Cooke and Áine O’Gorman pay tribute to recently retired goalkeeper Emma Byrne.

'They brought the Liam MacCarthy to him in hospital': Former All-Ireland winner on the long road to recovery

Former patients were at Beaumont Hospital this week to thank the staff that cared for him.

'I hope he is innocent': Father of suspected Spain terror attacker speaks out

One of his sons was shot dead during the Cambrils attack.

Fewer people in US are dying after being struck by lightning - here's why

Taking the growing population into account, the lightning death rate has shrunk more than 40-fold since recordkeeping began in 1940.

Poll: Has TV3 got it right replacing Vincent Browne with Matt Cooper and Ivan Yates? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Has TV3 got it right replacing Vincent Browne with Matt Cooper and Ivan Yates?

The Sunday Business Post has reported that the two men have been chosen to replace Browne.

From The42 ‘I’d drive 5km between my apartment and the academy - it was just littered with homeless kids’ Feature This post contains videos

‘I’d drive 5km between my apartment and the academy - it was just littered with homeless kids’

Irish football coach Ray Power tells The42 about working in Tanzania.

Ireland could soon wind up with another Brexit headache: Air traffic control

Transport officials warn that the issue poses a ‘unique problem’.

Romanian bishop quits over sex video

This is the second sex scandal to rock the Church this year.

Sitdown Sunday: 'She's 98. He's 95. They met at the gym'

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

The 9 at 9: Sunday

Here’s everything you need to know as Sunday gets started.

Is 'Republic of Opportunity' the new 'Keep the Recovery Going'? That's So Fetch This post contains videos

Is 'Republic of Opportunity' the new 'Keep the Recovery Going'?

Fine Gael is likely hoping the phrase will be better received than its general election slogan.

'We need an Irish centre, liberal but conscious of valid concerns regarding immigration and security'

The current dichotomy is not pleasing anyone. There is a need for a new party to offer a palatable option C, writes Ethan Shattock.

Want to check the CAO points? We'll have them right here from 6am CAO

Want to check the CAO points? We'll have them right here from 6am

Whatever the college, whatever the course, we have you covered.

Gardaí appeal for help in search for missing woman Aishling Donnelly

She was last seen on O’Connell Street in Dublin.

One year to go before the world's Catholics descend on Dublin

Tomorrow bishops and priests will gather at Knock to mark a year before the World Meeting of Families next August.

Multiple arrests as thousands join anti-racism march in Boston

Just dozens of people turned out for the official right-wing event.

Irish aid workers are helping to fight the worst humanitarian crisis in the world

One in fifty people in Yemen have contracted cholera.

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