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Irish - Yesterday’s News

'I crashed hard after the high of the election': TD Robert Troy on his struggle with anxiety

We could all be more vigilant of what people around us are going through, the Fianna Fáil deputy writes.

New book argues RIC was not a 'colonial oppressive police force'

The book, written by a serving garda sergeant, pays tribute to the 46 Irish RIC men who were killed during the War of Independence.

The Journal Pub Quiz - Round 7

This week: movies.

The hardest thing about Alzheimer's? Knowing your kids will watch you slowly disappear

Kathy Ryan was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s two years ago, at the age of 53. She writes here about how her life has changed since.

Here's What Happened Today: Sunday

Political rows, Siptu sticking to its guns and a rise in HIV cases.

Leo hits back at criticism, says he's "totally committed" to forming government

The acting Health Minister was responding to comments made this afternoon by Fianna Fáil and Independent TDs.

From The42 Maurice Shanahan shows nerves of steel to send hurling league final to a replay Cold As Ice

Maurice Shanahan shows nerves of steel to send hurling league final to a replay

The sides finished on 0-22 apiece in a slow-burner at Semple Stadium.

People are still hoarding hundreds of millions in Irish punts

Irish pounds valued at €1.4 million were exchanged during 2015.

"It wasn't an easy decision" - Laois soldier Joshua Molloy speaks about why he chose to fight Isis

The 24-year-old is in Germany after he was released by Kurdish authorities.

"There's no truth in it whatsoever" - Siptu says Luas drivers are NOT asking for old pay deal

The Sunday Times reported today that Luas workers were looking for Transdev to re-table the deal agreed upon at the Workplace Relations Commission last month.

From The42 As it happened: Clare v Waterford, hurling league final Liveblog

As it happened: Clare v Waterford, hurling league final

These old Munster rivals came face-to-face in a novel league final pairing.

Calls to address 'crisis' as HIV cases nearly double in first 4 months of the year

There were 175 cases of HIV reported in the first 16 weeks of 2016, compared to 106 in the same period last year.

"A source of national pride" - Ireland's LE Róisín sets sail for the Mediterranean

The sixty-person crew will be on a 12 week mission.

'She can't access the medicine she needs just because she's from Cork': The week in quotes

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

Man attacked with hammer as he left graveyard

The attack happened in Belfast city on Thursday.

Sitdown Sunday: His dad injected him with HIV - but he survived

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

These five mega cruise ships are set to visit Ireland

Dublin Port is set to be upgraded within the next four years.

'The sister and daughter we never had': Welcoming a child affected by Chernobyl into the family

The Chernobyl explosion was the biggest nuclear catastrophe of the 20th century.

The 9 at 9: Sunday

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

Poll: When does summer start? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: When does summer start?

Sure, Met Éireann says not till June. But what does your heart tell you?

Behind the scenes: What Irish officials do when a crisis happens abroad

Here’s what happens at the Department of Foreign Affairs when an emergency takes place.

New year, new me? Why I abandoned my ambitious healthy living plans for 2016

It’s one thing to start a new fitness regime and quite another to stick to it, writes Andrew McGinley.

It’s a woman's world... meet the man trying to crack the Irish beauty industry

As part of Fora’s weekly How My Business Works series – a profile of cosmetics brand Flormar Ireland.

Gardaí investigating gangland crime may soon be working out of prefabs

The lease on the Dublin Metropolitan region headquarters at Harcourt Square expires this month and staff have no idea where they’re going.

What does it mean to be a republican in 2016? We asked this Sinn Féin senator 1916 Pride This post contains videos

What does it mean to be a republican in 2016? We asked this Sinn Féin senator

Fintan Warfield thinks ‘you don’t have to be a Shinner to be a republican’.

"We don’t want that to be normal for our kids - to see guards in balaclavas with machine guns"

In the aftermath of the gangland shootings, the community in Dublin’s inner city is looking for change.

Irish - Saturday 30 April, 2016

Life on the streets - how Dublin looks to a homeless photographer Living Rough This post contains videos

Life on the streets - how Dublin looks to a homeless photographer

A new photography exhibition aims to document the life of Dublin’s homeless. The difference is in this case the photographers are the homeless themselves.

Here's What Happened Today: Saturday

Assault extradition from Spain, Siteserv deal and Labour’s ‘anti-semitism’.

From The42 Mayo claim All-Ireland U21 title with clinical 5-goal defeat of Cork Green And Red

Mayo claim All-Ireland U21 title with clinical 5-goal defeat of Cork

Liam Irwin scored two goals as the westerners won their first title at this age level since 2006.

A 13-year-old boy missing in Dublin has been found

Martin Green was missing since Friday.

Abortion campaigners need to stop pushing abortion pills as an option for women

Abortion pills taken without medical supervision can kill you, writes Niamh Uí Bhriain of the Life Institute.

From The42 As it happened: Cork v Mayo, U21 All-Ireland football final Liveblog

As it happened: Cork v Mayo, U21 All-Ireland football final

Would the Clarke Cup be heading south or west? We followed all the action from Cusack Park.

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.

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