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Irish - Today’s News

Lucinda Creighton hits out over standards in public office complaint

A complaint against the Renua leader was made anonymously earlier this month.

Irish couple who survived Bataclan massacre say memorial gig ‘too soon’ for them

Katie Healy and David Nolan said they will go back to Paris together some day.

WATCH: Can two people already in a relationship go on a date? Valentines This post contains videos

WATCH: Can two people already in a relationship go on a date?

TheJournal.ie employees sat down and settled it once and for all.

From The42 LIVE: Arsenal v Leicester City, Premier League This Is Happening

LIVE: Arsenal v Leicester City, Premier League

The league leaders face another massive test at the Emirates on what promises to be a thrilling day of football.

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Threatened hospital cuts ‘will rip the heart out of’ Donegal community

Long-term nursing units are to be removed from three Donegal community hospitals.

Poll: Should the government make it easier for families of refugees to join them in Ireland? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should the government make it easier for families of refugees to join them in Ireland?

It can sometimes take years for the spouses and children of refugees to be reunited with them.

From The42 The best Irish sports team you’ve never heard of Underdogs

The best Irish sports team you’ve never heard of

Ailsa Anderson chats to The42 about her side’s unlikely success story.

Sitdown Sunday: ‘A beauty queen murdered in 1960 – and a priest arrested 56 years later’

The very best of the week’s writing from around the web.

‘The criminals have taken control of the streets’: The week in quotes

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

There are big problems with Netflix speeds on Virgin Media, but who’s responsible?

The two companies aren’t being particularly clear on what or who is causing the slow streaming speeds.

Hunger, sex and danger: This film imagines Ireland after society has crumbled

We spoke to Martin McCann and director Stephen Fingleton.

The 9 at 9: Sunday

It’s Valentine’s Day, here’s what you need to know as you begin your day.

Alan Shatter claims someone is snipping the cable ties on his posters

The former minister said he believes political opponents are sabotaging his campaign.

From Business ETC The Irish startup that’s taking on Tesco and SuperValu at online shopping An App For That

The Irish startup that’s taking on Tesco and SuperValu at online shopping

A new app that allows you to skip supermarket queues.

From The42 ‘It’s taken a ton of work just to be able to walk on the leg again’ – Ó Lionáird Back On Track

‘It’s taken a ton of work just to be able to walk on the leg again’ – Ó Lionáird

One of Ireland’s most exciting track talents opens up on his injury struggles and his plans for redemption in Rio.

‘I’m angry, depressed and very, very broke. This is my life on zero hours’

It’s election-time and all I have to my name is my vote, writes an anonymous contributor.

Irish - Yesterday’s News

From The42 Ireland’s women lose out to the French in front of 11,158 in Perpignan Second Best

Ireland’s women lose out to the French in front of 11,158 in Perpignan

The Girls in Green were defeated 18-6 in the Six Nations tonight.

Where do Ireland’s political parties stand on decriminalising cannabis?

Could Ireland go down the Portuguese route?

‘l just hope that I can keep going as long as I can without being a big problem to people… a burden I suppose”

A new study shows that people with MND can feel like a burden towards those who care for them.

Here’s What Happened Today: Saturday

A road accident, a new poll and a strong gardaí presence in Dublin.

We’re halfway through and seeking guidance from the Karate Kid Improv Diary This post contains videos

We’re halfway through and seeking guidance from the Karate Kid

This week we’re getting more physical and thinking less.

Just started dating? Here are some ways to casually mark Valentine’s Day

You’ve only started dating, so what are the Valentine’s Day ‘rules’?

Fine Gael slumps as Sinn Féin rises in latest poll

The poll results also show a rise in support for independents.

How much money did this old Kildare barracks sell for? It’s the week in numbers

Plus: 10 places to dine in Dublin for under a fiver.

From The42 As it happened: Tipperary v Dublin, Limerick v Wexford National Hurling League match tracker Minute-by-Minute

As it happened: Tipperary v Dublin, Limerick v Wexford National Hurling League match tracker

Two cracking battles get the competition up and running tonight.

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This singer was called “too PC” because her video featured gay couples

“I just wanted to get across how dope making out is.”

Typo sees Sinn Féin election candidate listed as councillor

Noeleen Moran has said that it was a “typo and an honest mistake”.

From The42 As it happened: Crossmaglen Rangers v Castlebar Mitchels, All-Ireland Club SFC semis Minute-by-Minute

As it happened: Crossmaglen Rangers v Castlebar Mitchels, All-Ireland Club SFC semis

Who would join Ballyboden in Croke Park on St Patrick’s Day? Catch up on the action in our minute-by-minute report.

Strong Garda presence still felt on the streets in the wake of gangland violence

Gardaí have devised an operational plan for the funerals of two men killed in separate shootings.

Gardaí charge 19-year-old over cash-in-transit van robbery

The man is due to appear before a court in Dublin this afternoon.

From The42 Les Bleus edge brutal Parisian battle with Schmidt’s beaten Ireland Dour Affair

Les Bleus edge brutal Parisian battle with Schmidt’s beaten Ireland

Ireland’s hopes of a third consecutive Six Nations title faded at Stade de France.

Gardaí appeal for information about missing 21-year-old

Kieran Walsh was last seen in Waterford last night.

You can rent ‘Van Gogh’s bedroom’ on Airbnb for $10

Step inside the seafoam green and blue room, as imagined by the revered painter.

Cork gardaí seize €126k worth of cannabis resin

Four men were arrested in connection with the investigation.

From The42 As it happened: Clonmel Commercials v Ballyboden St Enda’s, All-Ireland Club SFC semis GAA

As it happened: Clonmel Commercials v Ballyboden St Enda’s, All-Ireland Club SFC semis

We were treated to an extra-time thriller in Portlaoise this afternoon.

UCD journalist defends report after investigation dismissing ‘revenge porn’ allegations

The university stated yesterday evening that the allegations were unsubstantiated.

From The42 As it happened: France v Ireland, Six Nations Minute-by-Minute

As it happened: France v Ireland, Six Nations

Joe Schmidt’s side are looking to claim their first win of the tournament in Paris today.

Mary Lou unimpressed with ‘really stupid questions’ about Thomas ‘Slab’ Murphy

McDonald and Some Sinn Féin election hopefuls met in Temple Bar today to outline their plans for younger adults.

Rocket’s peppery taste is perfect for any salad

As part of Michael Kelly’s 52 Veg – A Year of Growing, Cooking and Eating your own Food series – this week, we talk rocket.

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