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Irish - Today’s News

A number of city centre overdoses linked to gang's toxic drug mixing in flats complex

Heroin and cocaine were being cut in the same location.

Irish - Yesterday’s News

Here are the things that must happen before and after a united Ireland becomes a reality

The first report in the history of State to outline a road map for reunification throws up a number of ideas.

From The42 ‘Nutsy said: I don’t think Luque will be travelling - Real Madrid put in an £18m bid for him’ LOI Legends This post contains videos

‘Nutsy said: I don’t think Luque will be travelling - Real Madrid put in an £18m bid for him’

Owen Heary chats to The42 about facing Deportivo in the Champions League and his career in the League of Ireland.

Bank holidays: Here's how Ireland measures up compared to other EU countries

We lag behind many of our neighbours when it comes to public holidays.

TheJournal.ie Pub Quiz 2017: Round 9

Let’s move on to history.

Here's What Happened Today: Sunday

A glimpse of Trump’s North Korea strategy and Bertie Ahern on a Fianna Fáil-Sinn Féin coalition – it’s the Evening Fix.

Maia Dunphy: 'I’d feel my IBS coming on like a spasm and I’d have to go home'

We need to get people talking about IBS and remove the stigma, writes Maia Dunphy.

Man (20s) arrested in connection with murder of Samantha Walsh

The 31-year-old woman’s body was discovered in an apartment in Waterford city.

'We kicked ourselves for not expanding during the boom, but it would have crippled us'

After a life-threatening car crash, this entrepreneur returned home to help run his family business.

'You should get a job on f***king Morning Ireland': The week in quotes

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

'That could change the game': Bertie Ahern weighs in on Mary Lou as Sinn Féin leader

He also said he wouldn’t mind rejoining Fianna Fáil and said the EU deal on Northern Ireland was no big deal.

From The42 Quiz: How well do you remember Ken Doherty's World Snooker Championship success? Memory Lane

Quiz: How well do you remember Ken Doherty's World Snooker Championship success?

Cast your mind back 20 years to that famous night at the Crucible.

Irish modelling agencies warn of fraudsters asking girls for bikini images

Modelling agencies have stressed that they never request photographs through social media or third party sites.

'Declan Murphy dies in horror fall': The jockey writes about that fall, reading his own obituary and his long recovery

More than twenty years after his accident Murphy, who spent four days in a medically induced coma, decided to tell his story.

Grace case whistleblower says she's 'disappointed' with HSE's response

The whistleblower, who remains anonymous, told RTÉ’s This Week that she wants to appear before committee to set the record straight.

Woman (20s) found dead in Cork city this morning

The discovery was made early this morning at a vacant property.

Mary Lou McDonald says the State needs to get maternity hospital site 'by any means'

The controversy over the proposed National Maternity Hospital is continuing.

'Two of the funniest lads there was': Tributes paid to friends who died in Donegal crash

The two young men have been named locally as Nathan Farrell, aged 18, and Nathan Fullerton, aged 17.

Dublin's George's Street Arcade: 'It's a bit old school in a city that's changing radically'

The iconic Victorian-era arcade shopping centre has been drawing customers for 135 years.

A Cork cyclist hit by a car last week has died in hospital

The collision happened in Skibbereen.

Have questions about your phone bill or contract? Let us put them to an expert

We’ll be holding a Facebook Live event on Wednesday where your questions will be put to the consumer expert.

Poll: Are you happy with your life at the moment? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Are you happy with your life at the moment?

How are you feeling about your lot?

GamerCon is out of cash - and its suppliers are out of pocket

Suppliers have been asked to wait six months or more for payment after the flawed event.

From The42 ‘I was playing a team like Crewe a few months before and all of a sudden I am playing Real Madrid’ Interview

‘I was playing a team like Crewe a few months before and all of a sudden I am playing Real Madrid’

Former Ireland international Alan Mahon speaks to The42 about his playing career, which included a brief spell at Portuguese giants Sporting Lisbon, as well as his move into coaching with Manchester City Women.

Column: 'Trump's speech style has become more presidential and a lot less fun'

Trump’s language has evolved and changed since his campaign trail, writes Amy Rose Harte.

The 9 at 9: Sunday

Here’s what’s been happening this bank holiday weekend.

Sitdown Sunday: What's really going on inside the Trump marriage

Grab a comfy chair and sit back with some of the week’s best longreads.

From The42 'I left my job and my home. I dropped everything to move over here but it's a risk that has paid off' Interview

'I left my job and my home. I dropped everything to move over here but it's a risk that has paid off'

Ireland second row Sophie Spence talks to The42 about her late introduction to rugby, decision to move over to Dublin and inspiring the next generation.

Cutting out salt may not lower your blood pressure

Adults are recommended to limit their daily intake of sodium to around 2,300 milligrams a day.

FG leadership race: Voters are leaning towards Leo Varadkar over Simon Coveney

A new poll shows Varadkar maintaining a lead.

Here are some of the big name artists' paintings that sold for €50 last week

Some of the artists’ regularly reach thousands of euro for their work.

Newly qualified teachers unable to get dipped over new scheme

The INTO spokesperson added that the professional probation should be done away with.

'Darkness Into Light allows us to talk about the wound left by suicide' Pieta House This post contains videos

'Darkness Into Light allows us to talk about the wound left by suicide'

Senator Joan Freeman talks to us about mental health services and being ‘a pain in the government’s neck’.

State scheme teams up farmers with endangered birds of prey

The scheme aims to bring farmers and environmentalists together to a mutual understanding of the others’ concerns.

Religion and health care: What role does the Catholic Church play in Irish hospitals?

Archbishop Diarmuid Martin is seeking his own removal as chair of Holles Street.

Concern gardaí will become targets for terrorists at post-Brexit border posts

Garda representatives have said the force simply does not have the resources to police a hardened border.

'Literally every day during the recession I'd come in and check how much cash we had'

After he saw the tech revolution was going to kill the print industry, this accountant moved to a career in IT.

Irish - Saturday 29 April, 2017

From The42 Anthony Joshua knocks out Wladimir Klitschko in world heavyweight epic Warriors

Anthony Joshua knocks out Wladimir Klitschko in world heavyweight epic

Joshua added the WBA title to his IBF belt but only after being knocked to the canvas by the 41-year-old Klitschko in the sixth round.

Savvy Leitrim 13-year-old making waves with portable study aid for children with ADHD Happy Homework Hut This post contains videos

Savvy Leitrim 13-year-old making waves with portable study aid for children with ADHD

Zack Dolan now hopes to roll out the Happy Homework Hut nationwide.

An Irish director wants to capture the Armenian genocide the way Schindler's List did the Holocaust The Promise This post contains videos

An Irish director wants to capture the Armenian genocide the way Schindler's List did the Holocaust

Terry George says telling a historical stories through film is vital.

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