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Irish - Saturday 30 April, 2016

How much money is this Tipperary retail park selling for? It's the week in numbers

Plus: How many TDs turned up for a debate on mental health this week?

Veronica Guerin's son: 'My mother never wanted to be a victim.' 20 Years On This post contains videos

Veronica Guerin's son: 'My mother never wanted to be a victim.'

Cathal Turley says living with hatred wouldn’t be true to her memory.

The 15 Irish railway stations named after the executed 1916 leaders

Irish Rail is doing its bit to remember the Rising.

This lovely Prince mural has gone up in Dublin

Purple wall, purple waaaall.

'I won't make promises we can't keep': Independents ready to bargain with Fine Gael

Independent Alliance TDs are due to meet with Fine Gael on Monday morning.

From The42 As it happened: Ulster v Leinster, Guinness Pro12 Minute-by-Minute

As it happened: Ulster v Leinster, Guinness Pro12

There’s an important inter-provincial clash down for decision this afternoon at Kingspan Stadium in Belfast.

Man charged with rape after daylight attack on woman walking her dog

The attack happened in Peatlands Park in Tyrone on Wednesday.

The Happy Pear withdraws batch of 'Hero Sprouts' over bacteria concern

The company is voluntarily withdrawing one batch of the product as a precaution.

Ireland's youngest tech billionaires are going on primetime US television

Stripe’s Patrick and John Collison will be on CBS 60 Minutes.

Man charged with sexual assault after extradition from Spain

The man was escorted back to Ireland by gardaí yesterday.

Fancy some lovely rhubarb? Some tips on growing it at home

Michael Kelly continues his 52 Veg – A Year of Growing, Cooking and Eating Your Own Food series with a look at a classic vegetable.

From The42 6 players to watch as Clare and Waterford battle it out for National Hurling League glory Key Figures

6 players to watch as Clare and Waterford battle it out for National Hurling League glory

These six key men will have a big say in the destination of League silverware at Semple Stadium.

'Do not pay any ransom' - Criminal gangs are threatening business with cyber attacks

The PSNI says that a number of business in Northern Ireland have been targeted.

Why Beyoncé is a business genius

She’s making money, and here’s how she’s doing it.

Taking the train this weekend? There are some major timetable changes

There’s a line closure in north Dublin – and revised schedules in and out of Heuston.

RTÉ wants Seán Gallagher's e-mails to defend itself against his 'tweetgate' lawsuit

Gallagher claims the 2011 Frontline debate was unfair.

Top comments of the week You Told Us This post contains videos

Top comments of the week

Did you make the cut?

A Mayo man is starting a barefoot walk around Ireland tomorrow

Eamonn Keaveney hopes to raise money for mental health services – and break a world record – as he sets off on his journey.

Why do Irish people leave Ireland - and what happens when they do?

A new exhibition tells the stories of the Irish people.

Poll: Are you glad Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil reached a deal? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Are you glad Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil reached a deal?

It looks like there won’t be another election in the near future. Are you happy?

The 9 at 9: Saturday

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

What the children’s hospital tells us about public sector decision-making

In planning the project, political expediency and complacency took precedence over the actual needs of children, writes Aaron McKenna.

From The42 'You walk out to a sea of green and start thinking about holidays on farms in Kerry and Clare' Cult Hero

'You walk out to a sea of green and start thinking about holidays on farms in Kerry and Clare'

Gary Breen admits getting ‘very emotional’ right before Ireland’s 2002 World Cup campaign and says he sees a similar togetherness in the current squad.

Bishop recommends 'prayer for motorists' to keep drivers safe this bank holiday weekend

Bishop recommends 'prayer for motorists' to keep drivers safe this bank holiday weekend

The RSA is also giving out free coffees on Monday to try to tackle driver fatigue.

Unregulated, unlicensed and unsafe: Teens warned about abusing gym supplements

There are increasing concerns over the safety of sports supplements.

Man charged with threatening to kill woman who witnessed Limerick shooting

The witness has told gardaí she saw a man firing two shots from a handgun outside a house in Limerick last year.

EU roaming charges have just been slashed. Here's what you'll be paying from today

Lower fees for mobile phone use in Europe come into effect today.

Intimidation and bullying: How Ireland's gangs affect the country's entire prison population

The country’s prison officers want the factions to be segregated.

Irish - Friday 29 April, 2016

Catherine Murphy says she won't give up on pursuing Siteserv truth

The Siteserv inquiry is having problems, but Catherine Murphy “is not giving up”.

From The42 Better late than never! Munster clinch bonus point to close in on Champions Cup Euro Vision

Better late than never! Munster clinch bonus point to close in on Champions Cup

Francis Saili scored Munster’s fourth try three minutes from time.

Irish musician wins international songwriting award

The competition was judged by the likes of Tom Waits.

GAA players are urging men to check their testicles

GAA players Jason Hughes, Emlyn Mulligan, Lee Chin and Killian Clarke are ‘copping a feel’ to raise awareness of testicular cancer.

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Denying rapist a pension doesn't breach his human rights

He is due for release in three years.

Here's What Happened Today: Friday

A government deal, Norwegian helicopter crash and a tragic death in Stephen’s Green had people talking today.

Woman dies and two men injured in road collision

The incident occurred this afternoon.

This Cork teenager is missing and may be in the Cavan area

Christopher Palmer has been missing since last week.

From The42 We'll Leave It There So: McCloskey and Sexton named for crucial clash and all today's sport Friday This post contains videos

We'll Leave It There So: McCloskey and Sexton named for crucial clash and all today's sport

Elsewhere, Manchester United signed a wonderkid, Mauricio Pochettino to stay at Spurs and Irish international Jonny Hayes got some good news.

American surgeon who has dementia brought drugs to Ireland after 'falling for an internet scam'

Judge Greally indicated that she would impose a five year sentence which she would fully suspend on condition he leave the country.

Lynn Ruane: 'I never had a desire to move into politics'

Ruane says she hopes to champion the causes that are close to her heart.