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Your summer in Ireland: 5 must-see sites in Cork City

Take our challenge and tick off as many glorious sites this summer as recommended by heritage officers around Ireland.

Skip leg day because your DNA says so: Hear about the future of fitness in our latest podcast

From DNA tests to exercise pills, this is what staying in shape could look like in a few decades time.

Here's What Happened Today: Sunday

Here’s what had people talking today.

Got eggs? You're halfway to dinner with these deadly 30-minute recipes

'What a rush': Getting front and centre at the most dangerous sport event on Earth

Irish photographer Donal Moloney was the only non-Italian this year to capture the drama of the ancient Calcio Storico, ‘a mixture of soccer, rugby and attempted murder’.

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

Every college, every course. Get all the details first thing tomorrow.

'I put the van into reverse to escape this hell': The week in quotes

Here’s what was said and who said what this week.

'You can pick up a song in a week': Why Irish people love the ukulele

We talked to the founder of the Ukulele Hooley event, Tony Boland.

Cocktails on the terrace with Dublin Bay views: High-end villa for €1.65m

British woman rescued 10 hours after falling from cruise ship in Croatia

The 46-year-old told reporters she fell off the back of the ship.

From The42 Champs at last! Limerick end 45-year wait for All-Ireland hurling glory Limerick Leaders

Champs at last! Limerick end 45-year wait for All-Ireland hurling glory

A remarkable finale in Croke Park before Limerick won out by a point.

South Korean swaps bitcoins for €2 million in fake notes

Once the transaction was completed in a hotel in the city of Nice, the South Korean realised the 500-euro notes he had been handed were photocopied fakes.

Fresh 6.9-magnitude earthquake hits Indonesia's Lombok island

There have been no reports of deaths or injuries so far.

Trump lashes out at Russia probe as 'McCarthyism'

Trump’s Twitter storm was set off by a front-page report in the New York Times implying that McGahn had turned on him.

AirBnb lobbied officials 49 times in two years on crackdown plan

With Dublin rent now averaging €500 above the boomtime figure, pressure is mounting on Minister Eoghan Murphy to act.

Woman attacked with metal bar in early hours of morning in Antrim

A man in his 20s has been arrested.

Childcare costs up 5.5% nationwide: Here's a county-by-county breakdown

The survey found that Longford had the lowest monthly costs at €650.

Over 130 kilos of cocaine worth €10 million destined for Ireland seized in Costa Rica

Gardaí are liaising with their Costa Rican counterparts over the seizure.

Genoa death toll hits 43 as search for answers ramps up

Rescuers confirmed today that they had found the remains believed to be of a missing family inside a car extracted from the rubble of the viaduct.

Fans injured during storm at Backstreet Boys concert

WinStar World Casino and Resort said about 150 patrons did not evacuate when the storm hit with 128 kph winds.

Why the film Crazy Rich Asians could be a gamechanger for Hollywood

It’s the first Hollywood movie in a quarter of a century to feature an majority-Asian cast — a feat not matched since The Joy Luck Club in 1993.

Man arrested after fatal crash in Bundoran that killed two and seriously injured three

The man in his 20s presented himself to gardaí in Ballyshannon.

Archbishop Diarmuid Martin: 'The Pope has to speak frankly about our past'

The Archbishop of Dublin was speaking with less than a week to go until Pope Francis visits Ireland.

Confusion among Dublin residents over widespread road closures for Pope's visit

Some residents told us that they haven’t been informed how the closures will affect them across the weekend.

Photos: Entire villages swept away as southern Indian state stricken by floods

More than 350 people have died in the floods.

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Poll: Do you do the lotto?

The cost of buying a ticket with Lotto Plus is set to rise.

From The42 Analysis: 5 key questions that will shape today's All-Ireland hurling final Expert View

Analysis: 5 key questions that will shape today's All-Ireland hurling final

The42 analyst Tommy Dunne breaks down some key factors to look out for in Croke Park this afternoon.

Your summer in Ireland: 5 must-see sites in Galway city

Take our challenge and tick off as many glorious sites this summer as recommended by heritage officers around Ireland.

Man in his 20s arrested after cash and drugs bust in Drimnagh

Cocaine, cannabis and cash were seized in yesterday’s afternoon search of a house in the area.

Sitdown Sunday: The poisoning of a Russian double agent

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

'We have twice had to rebuild our village on the West Bank - now our school is under threat'

The principal of the school used by Palestinian children in Susya makes a direct appeal to the Irish government to support them.

The 9 at 9: Sunday

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

Irish among those detained after massive drugs seizure by Spanish police

UK, Moroccan and Spanish nationals have also been arrested in connection with drug trafficking.

'Everyone was so panicked': Irish woman caught up in Indonesian earthquake reveals local devastation

More than 400 people were killed and thousands injured in the disaster earlier this month.

'I feel like I'm doing something for him that I never got the chance to do when he was around'

Irish hockey star Nicci Daly on the recent World Cup success and going back in time to pay tribute to her father.

Irish Water asked for schools to reduce or turn off their water supplies during the drought

Documents show that Irish Water made the request for when schools broke for the summer holidays.

From The42 How did Galway shed the 'gutless' tag to become hurling's top dogs? Transformation

How did Galway shed the 'gutless' tag to become hurling's top dogs?

The reigning champions are hoping to make it back-to-back All-Ireland titles for the first time in 30 years.

Dog owners warned about toxic algal scums after reported dog poisonings in the west

Autopsies were not able to determine if algae was to blame for the dog deaths.

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