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Living - Yesterday’s News

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Living - Yesterday’s News

Ireland's sovereign wealth fund is taking a massive punt on solar farms

An ISIF-backed project will look to build 20 farms along Ireland’s east coast.

'We should remove the Eighth Amendment' - Micheál Martin has changed his mind Change Of Heart This post contains videos

'We should remove the Eighth Amendment' - Micheál Martin has changed his mind

Micheál Martin became the first of the two largest parties’ leaders to endorse the removal of the Eighth Amendment to the Constitution.

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Living - Wednesday 17 January, 2018

Locals turn out in numbers to protest proposed drug rehab centre in Co Meath

The new Narconon centre in the rural village of Ballivor has been linked with the Church of Scientology.

The company behind Birds Eye has snapped up Ireland's biggest frozen pizza brand

Goodfella’s Pizza is being sold as part of a huge €225m deal.

Living - Tuesday 16 January, 2018

Ireland's 30-year love affair with Home & Away: A shot of vitamin D in our poxy winter

The Australian soap has become a must-watch in many households. But what has given this Aussie rollercoaster such a warm place in Irish hearts? Emer McLysaght investigates ahead of the show’s 30th birthday tomorrow.

After 34 years, gardaí have apologised to Joanne Hayes over the Kerry Babies case

Gardáí have appealed to anyone who lived in the area in early 1984 to come forward with any information.

Living - Sunday 14 January, 2018

'Laughable', 'a joke', 'cynical', 'opportunistic' - Zappone brought to task by parents over childcare fees crisis

The introduction of a universal subsidy for childcare in September saw many creches across the country raise their fees at the same time.

Sitdown Sunday: Tonya Harding is ready for her apology

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

Living - Saturday 13 January, 2018

Someone in the north west just became €4.4 million richer

The winning ticket was sold in Lifford, Co Donegal.

Want to refresh your wardrobe and save money? Here are some expert tips

We went to the Grafton Academy of Fashion Design to find out how to spruce up your wardrobe for less.

Living - Friday 12 January, 2018

Cork teenager wins BT Young Scientist after discovering blackberry antibiotic in his back garden

15-year-old Simon Meehan had been working on his project for two years.

Living - Tuesday 9 January, 2018

Mary Harney named chancellor of UL

The former Tánaiste will take up the appointment immediately.

Meath pizzeria receives closure order after human excrement observed 'bubbling up through toilet bowl'

Seven businesses were served with closure orders by the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) in December.

PLC courses are training people for jobs that don't exist

Hairdressing, early childhood care, and community services courses show a far greater number of places available on PLCs compared to the actual number of jobs available.

Living - Monday 8 January, 2018

'I'm putting this down, it's too heavy' - Night of triumph as Saoirse finally gets her gong

It was a case of fifth time lucky at the major Hollywood awards for the Co Carlow actress last night.

Nominations for a new Sinn Féin leader open today

The race to succeed Gerry Adams is on. But there appears to be only one front runner in Mary Lou McDonald.

Irish airwaves 'should be monitored every year for gender balance'

The National Women’s Council will be meeting with the BAI on the issue.

Living - Sunday 7 January, 2018

'I talk all the time - a treat for me is to not speak to anybody for a day'

Hotelier Francis Brennan talks about his admiration for watches – and celebrity chef Neven Maguire.

'We have to get a grip as a society': Could you stop buying clothes for a year?

We talk to a woman who did just that – and a woman who embraces the zero waste and minimalist lifestyles.

Sitdown Sunday: 'Donald Trump never wanted to be President'

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

Living - Saturday 6 January, 2018

Try these free (or cheap) ways to treat yourself this January

Look, no one has any money, the weather is crap, and we all need a boost.

'Not happening by accident' - waits for heart services at Dublin children's hospital exploded in the last two years

Temple Street says it currently has access to only one consultant cardiologist, with that consultant “only commissioned to one clinic per week”.

Living - Friday 5 January, 2018

An addiction to video games is to be classified as a disease

The disorder will recognise an abnormal fixation on gaming.

Shop which told pregnant employee to 'look better and appear happy' ordered to pay her €18,000

The Labour Court ruled that Karolina Poslajko had been discriminated against by her former employer, Kildare town-based Clelands Supermarkets Ltd.

Popularity on Facebook could be key to targeted flu vaccinations - study

A new study has concluded that people who are central in their digital networks are also central in their real-life human networks.

Living - Thursday 4 January, 2018

Investigation launched after life-saving defibrillator 'smashed' on Limerick street

The medical device is worth in the region of €2,000, and had been made available on the public street following a local fundraising drive.

Poll: Have you ever called someone out for littering? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Have you ever called someone out for littering?

It’s often difficult for gardaí to catch people littering.

Non-emergency surgical death rates in Africa are double the global average

Elective surgeries in African countries have a death rate double that of the global average, a new study reveals.

Gardaí warn that taxi hailing apps are being used to lure drivers to robberies

A driver was robbed at gunpoint on New Year’s Eve.

Living - Wednesday 3 January, 2018

There are more quitters than smokers in Ireland HSE

There are more quitters than smokers in Ireland

One in eight people who smoked this time last year have since quit.

A new €160m ferry between Dublin and Holyhead will be the biggest of its kind in the world

The vessel will be able to hold 1,500 cars and over 300 trucks.

Living - Monday 1 January, 2018

Did you feel 2017 was a Year of Anger? You weren't alone Anger Management This post contains a poll

Did you feel 2017 was a Year of Anger? You weren't alone

All this week, TheJournal.ie will be aiming to help you reduce your exposure to anger – and to channel that emotion more constructively in 2018.

Living - Sunday 31 December, 2017

These are the films we'll all be watching in 2018

Here’s what to look forward to.

Smoking bans make married people happier than anyone else

Married women with children reported the largest increase in well-being.

Living - Saturday 30 December, 2017

'My stupid mandatory but not compulsory line' - Regina Doherty on the rocky road of ministerial life

From the Public Services Card to initiating a Garda investigation over Twitter abuse, it’s been an eventful six months for the Meath TD.

Living - Friday 29 December, 2017

Living - Thursday 28 December, 2017

Bono said that music has become 'very girly' and a lot of people aren't happy about it

The Irish rock star was speaking to Rolling Stone magazine.

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