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Friday 8 April, 2016

From The42 The42′s Winning Post: Everything you need to enjoy day two of Aintree - and pick a winner Vautour De Force

The42′s Winning Post: Everything you need to enjoy day two of Aintree - and pick a winner

All eyes remain on Merseyside as the Grand National festival enters day two.

Thursday 7 April, 2016

From The42 Sevilla come from behind to move one step closer to defending Europa League crown Round-Up

Sevilla come from behind to move one step closer to defending Europa League crown

There were also wins for Shakhtar Donetsk and Villarreal.

Here's What Happened Today: Thursday

The lack of a government, a runway and the courts had people talking today.

From The42 3 talking points as Liverpool get the job done in Germany Analysis

3 talking points as Liverpool get the job done in Germany

Origi, Sakho and Lovren shine for the Reds on Klopp’s Dortmund reunion.

Over before it even started: Enda and Micheál's brief meeting ends with no plans for government

Fianna Fáil is prepared to support a Fine Gael minority government, Micheál Martin said.

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300 factory workers abducted by Islamic State

However, IS has lost a supply route.

Man killed after car hits wall in Meath

He was taken to Navan General Hospital where he was later pronounced dead.

From The42 O'Sullivan return one of four Kerry changes for league semi-final Changing It Up

O'Sullivan return one of four Kerry changes for league semi-final

Eamonn Fitzmaurice has also recalled Brian Kelly, Aidan O’Mahony and Fionn Fitzgerald into his starting XV.

From The42 Origi away goal leaves tie in the balance as Klopp enjoys Dortmund return Report

Origi away goal leaves tie in the balance as Klopp enjoys Dortmund return

It’s all to play for at Anfield next week.

Father makes emotional appeal to find son's killer: 'Why did they do that to Mark? He was harmless'

The remains of Mark Burke were found at Thornton’s Recycling facility in July 2014.

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From The42 Roscommon bosses make four changes for Kerry semi-final Youth System

Roscommon bosses make four changes for Kerry semi-final

U21 star Diarmuid Murtagh will make his first start of the league at corner-forward.

From The Daily Edge Google thinks this Irish golfer is Australian, and Irish people are not happy Irish Not Australian

David Cameron admits he DID benefit from his father's offshore accounts

Downing Street has issued four statements on the issue before tonight.

From The42 Cork claim U21 football title with thrilling one-point win in Tralee Late Drama

Cork claim U21 football title with thrilling one-point win in Tralee

Cian Dorgan was the hero for the Rebels, who made it five titles in six years.

From The42 Origi stuns Dortmund to give Liverpool precious away goal before Hummels equaliser Goals
From The Daily Edge 13 facts of life for people who are bad with kids He Wants His Mammy

13 facts of life for people who are bad with kids

“Do you want to hold her?” “No thanks.”

Four-year-old British boy drowns in pool on holiday in Spain

The boy died before emergency services arrived at the holiday complex.

From The Daily Edge Here's what went viral today: Thursday Internet Fix

Here's what went viral today: Thursday

We read the internet so you don’t have to.

Trailer Watch: Which movie should you go see this weekend? Cinema This post contains a poll

Trailer Watch: Which movie should you go see this weekend?

What’s a must-watch, and what’s a miss? We tell you.

From The42 Defending champion Jordan Spieth seizes early lead as Lowry gets off to a flyer Latest

Defending champion Jordan Spieth seizes early lead as Lowry gets off to a flyer

The Irishman has birdied four of his first seven holes.

From The42 We'll Leave It There So: Spieth sparkles at Augusta, Bowe is back and all today's sport Thursday

We'll Leave It There So: Spieth sparkles at Augusta, Bowe is back and all today's sport

Elsewhere, it was a great day for Willie Mullins while the Irish Women’s football team racked up an impressive Euro qualifier win.

From The Daily Edge This train track optical illusion is melting the internet's brain Wrong Side Of The Tracks

Largest container ship to berth at an Irish port on its way to Cork with 7.5 million Fyffes bananas

It will take around six to eight hours to get all the fruit off the container ship.

There's a game hidden in many Android phones and this is how you can find it

And in some cases, you can even play it with your friends.

From The42 As it happened: Borussia Dortmund v Liverpool, Europa League quarter-final Liveblog

As it happened: Borussia Dortmund v Liverpool, Europa League quarter-final

We followed Jurgen Klopp’s return to his former club.

Two men charged over sectarian murder of Paul McCauley

The man’s injuries left him in a vegetative state for nine years before his death last year.

Killer teens who took Snapchat selfies while murdering woman jailed for life Angela Wrightson This post contains videos

Killer teens who took Snapchat selfies while murdering woman jailed for life

The two girls are now aged 15 and will serve a minimum of 15 years.

Farmer threatened and intimidated into handing over €83,000 to 17 people, court hears

Three financial institutions have been ordered to provide account details of the persons accused of intimidating the farmer.

Video released of Brussels airport suspect fleeing after bombing

The newly released police video shows the man, wearing a dark hat and a light-coloured jacket, fleeing the airport.

From The42 Watch: Ernie Els begins Masters with horror seven-putt for a 10 on first hole The Big Eeeejit This post contains videos

Watch: Ernie Els begins Masters with horror seven-putt for a 10 on first hole

The four-time Major winner has left himself with a mountain to climb.

From Business ETC The price of being a jeweller with a social conscience Retail

The price of being a jeweller with a social conscience

Becoming fair trade compliant can bring the feel-good factor – but how does it affect business?

From The Daily Edge How Dirty Are Your Tastebuds, Really? Quiz

How Dirty Are Your Tastebuds, Really?

Hmmm.

A strike by 999 workers today kicked off a month of industrial action

The workers say that they want to be paid a Living Wage.

From The42 This sketch perfectly sums up the Kilkenny and Tipp GAA rivalry Fierce
From The42 As it happened: Kerry v Cork, EirGrid Munster U21 Football Final Liveblog

As it happened: Kerry v Cork, EirGrid Munster U21 Football Final

A provincial title is up for grabs in Austin Stack Park, Tralee tonight.

'It's not fair to tell people waking up in emergency accommodation they have to wait'

Sinn Féin said while the two political parties are figuring out who will govern, crises in housing and health continue.

From The Daily Edge 10 essential facts of life for people who work from home Working From Home

10 essential facts of life for people who work from home

“It must be so nice not having to get up early…” That’s what you think.

From The42 A welcome sight for Ireland fans as Tommy Bowe makes long-awaited comeback A Welcome Sight

A welcome sight for Ireland fans as Tommy Bowe makes long-awaited comeback

The Ireland winger hadn’t played since the World Cup last October.

Homeless family sue council over allocation of housing

The family say there is no basis in law for refusing them priority status.

From The Daily Edge The Reel Dingle Fish is Kerry's most mouthwatering chipper Chippers
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