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Irish - Saturday 18 October, 2014
Ulster couldn’t overcome a sixteen point half-time deficit.
You are going to have to think a bit outside the box…
Everyone’s talking about the woman charged with the murder of Hassan Khan, water charge protests, and Hong Kong demonstrations.
Hazel Waters will reappear in court next Wednesday.
Cahill is calling on Sinn Féin members to come forward about the alleged cover-up of sexual abuse.
Plus: How much has Mark Zuckerberg donated to the fight against Ebola?
Large crowds were reported at some of the demonstrations.
Can Ulster make the perfect start at Welford road?
The number of emails, Skype calls, Basecamp updates, Facebook notifications can be never-ending and more importantly – very time consuming.
The power of teamwork.
Who’ll bag the second spot in this year’s Dublin senior final?
Watch an extended interview with the Sinn Féin deputy leader at TheJournal.ie’s offices this week.
And it’s the most subscribed Irish YouTube channel out there.
A man has been arrested in connection with the robbery.
It just kind of looks like they are.
We’re live from Parnell Park for the first of today’s senior football showdowns.
Citizenfour is released in the US this month.
Munster came from 16 points down to seal a typically dramatic win.
Pint of Bilbo’s Beer, anyone?
183 people were trafficked into Ireland in three years, a report shows.
A new report says that complete removal of the clam from our waterways is “not feasible”.
Rather than scaremongering children into thinking that eating sweet food will make them (horror of horrors) fat, let’s teach them about being healthy.
A one-year-old was injured in the attack.
Fifteen years ago, Munster started to believe.
These are the bills which are making it hard for owner-operators to compete in the global market.
The auction will also feature items relating to the Irish Hospitals Sweepstake.
It’s National Stammering Awareness Day today.
The acclaimed football journalist and author provides an insight into Tuesday’s abandoned Euro 2016 qualifier between Serbia and Albania.
Protesters are angry at what they see as China’s interference with Hong Kong’s independence.
Archaeologist Neil Jackman tours Dunluce Castle in Antrim, the ‘least-understood’ of the Boyne Valley tombs, and the wonderful Drumcliff in Sligo.
How well do you know the rising rental market?
Quaid Cleland is on a mission to get the whole country using sign language so we can all communicate with one another.
Are you complying or protesting?
Ron Klain is Barack Obama’s “Ebola czar”.