Irish - Today’s News
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Irish - Yesterday’s News
Few gave Donegal a chance this afternoon – but they stunned All-Ireland champions Dublin in a remarkable Croke Park semi-final.
The incident occurred after 10pm last night.
Should adults be open with children, as much as is age appropriate, or should they try to avoid questions about sexuality?
The incident happened off Shaw’s Road in Belfast at around 8pm last night.
Ryan McHugh’s goals were crucial for Jim McGuinness’ men today.
What happens when the immovable object meets the unstoppable force? Join us for minute-by-minute updates of this year’s second semi-final.
Barnardos says that ‘without the generosity of volunteers we would not be able to reach the children who need our support’.
The event was supported by his family.
Afraid of heights? Look away now.
Police say that a man has been arrested in connection with the incident.
The only way to have a proper break is to leave the kids at home.
The West Ham midfielder admitted it would be strange to pull on a green jersey.
The toilets are beginning to creak.
Women’s Aid said it can be more difficult for deaf women to seek support.
The call has been made by people involved in providing services for drug users.
She was playing in the Electric Ireland Power House tent. Morto.
“I remember going to the mall with Dad, a very long bike ride with Mom. I remember so many great family times that take me away from this prison.”
We need to reflect on how addiction affects an individual, their experience of seeking help, and what the throes of addiction are like.
His mum was part of the Happy New Ear campaign, which called for a changed to the existing implant system.
“Each death is just as devastating to the children, families and friends of those who die.”
And everything changed.
The Dubs take on Donegal in a repeat of the 2011 semi-final today at 3.30pm.
Irish - Saturday 30 August, 2014
The decision comes after defeat to Kerry.
Everyone’s been talking about the Irish operation in the Golan Heights, a tragic road crash in Cork, rail talks… and VERY LOUD NOISES.
No, it wasn’t the start of World War III. But it sure startled a few people…
Two cars and a mini-bus crashed in Schull, Co Cork, this afternoon.
The nomination of Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk to take over as Council President will send a strong message to Moscow, amid the continuing Ukraine crisis.
Plus, how much would the birthplace of the GAA set you back?
It’s Limerick. It’s Mayo v Kerry again. And it was epic.
A funeral provides mourners a space to accept death and to safely explore their grief and loss.
The Donegal keeper is included for the first time since Euro 2012.
A last-gasp field goal gave Penn State a 26-24 win over UCF.
It happened in the Rathcoole area of Newtownabbey at around midday.
Hangovers and heavy petting.
SIPTU says there’s been no progress as yet, as unions and management meet to try and resolve their dispute before the next scheduled strike action.
The sport has plenty of new fans after the crowd caught a glimpse of it