Living - Today’s News
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Anyone alive who was convicted of same-sex acts before the law was abolished will now receive an automatic pardon.
Australian Gable Tostee, 30, was charged with the August 2014 murder of New Zealander Warriena Wright, who plunged 14 floors to her death.
Some 23% of adults in Ireland smoke, the same proportion as in 2015.
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Living - Yesterday’s News
The injured person’s condition is not yet known.
It is the ninth such concentrated day of action nationwide.
17-year-old Chloe Elderfield has been missing from Glanmire in Cork since Wednesday 12 October.
Our latest winner of a free Irish Rail trip is the CRC school Clontarf which is going to take its students on a tour of the new Phoenix Park Tunnel.
At some stage, the people who are happy to drink wine from a mug disappear from your life…
The magazine describes Ballyfin House as being located “an hour and a half north of Dublin”.
Probably while forming a steeple with his hands and saying “excellent”.
Living - Tuesday 18 October, 2016
The streaming service has been pulling in huge audiences with its original programmes.
Blood donations in Ireland have fallen 21% in five years, and the IBTS is down to three days’ supply.
Living - Monday 17 October, 2016
It’s one of a number of new series that want to raise awareness about environmental issues with kids.
Psychologist Ian Gargan says knowing what we are capable of, not being fearful of the darker sides of our personality and embracing the differences is important.
Living - Sunday 16 October, 2016
Grab a comfy chair and sit back with some of the week’s best longreads.
"Americans feel an awful lot of nasty things in private" - David McWilliams on Budget 17, Trump, and being back on our TVs
The economist is rebooting his TV3 economics show Agenda for a new audience.
Living - Saturday 15 October, 2016
Fighting cancer with funny moustaches: "We were not the norm. Cancer is very serious and we were not serious"
We talked to one of the founders of the charity, Justin Coghlan.
At the same time, the two sugar firms have given millions of dollars to health organisations.
Living - Friday 14 October, 2016
One youth is suspected with gardaí following “a definite line of inquiry”.
And it’s pretty easy to use. The Central Statistics Office has released the online tool to aid buyers in their quest to land a home.
For fans of lyrics, or of lyrical music, Dylan’s output rewards thorough exploration like no other artist of the last 100 years
Living - Thursday 13 October, 2016
The dramatic situation unfolded near Tallaght at the weekend.
A sole gorilla escaped his enclosure at London Zoo this evening leading to armed officers being called to the scene.
Because it isn’t legitimate. Fingal County Council has posted on social media this evening warning residents to be on their guard.
In one Wicklow development, the price of a house rose by between €17,500 and €45,000 following the Government’s new first-time buyers scheme.
Living - Wednesday 12 October, 2016
The Seanad was today discussing a bill concerning its own reform, and ended up covering some well-trodden ground.
At present gardaí are excluded from an EU working time directive which states that people working longer than six-hour shifts be granted rest and meal breaks.
Councillors in Dublin have voted against including safe walking and cycle routes for schools in development plan
Last night, however, councillors voted in favour of cycle routes for specific schools – against opposition by the council manager.
Honours English and Biology were easily the most appealed subjects in 2016.
Living - Tuesday 11 October, 2016
The Bóthar Ark has flown with a cargo of Irish-donated animals which will be presented to farming families in Rwanda.
American Nazi Paikidze-Barnes says it is “unacceptable” to host the World Championships “in a place where women do not have basic fundamental rights”.
Has the budget changed things for you?
However the earned income tax credit still lags behind the €1,650 automatic deduction available to PAYE workers.
How much more (or less) will you be taking home?
A private members bill, seen by TheJournal.ie, would see a referendum in 19 months’ time – but the Greens say their Bill is better.
Researchers say it’s okay to exercise to relieve stress, just don’t go overboard.
Living - Monday 10 October, 2016
The diamond-studded cross necklace was reportedly dropped by the men who robbed the reality star in Paris on 3 October during their getaway.
Five times more motorists commute into Dublin city centre each morning than cyclists according to 2015 figures.
Turia Pitt says the ironman race didn’t go to plan but she persevered.
The utility told TheJournal.ie it was a “precautionary measure”, but said domestic customers remain liable for outstanding bills.