Living - Today’s News
There is a long history of athletes taking a stand for justice, writes Julien Mercille.
Communications Minister Denis Naughten says the two finals are “events of major importance to Irish society”.
Living - Yesterday’s News
The Red C poll for the Sunday Business Post indicates Fianna Fáil remains the most popular party with a reduced approval numbers of 27%.
Staffless libraries are the first step towards the dismantling of the public library system as it is known and cherished.
The body was recovered by the Doolin Coast Guard unit at about 5.30pm.
Demonstrations took place in major cities across Europe in solidarity with the Dublin march.
And you could win an activity weekend away worth €500 thanks to Udo’s Oil.
Christmas staple Quality Street has made a big change to its sweet roster, and people are not at all happy
The much-loved Toffee Deluxe will be no more this Christmas.
Living - Friday 23 September, 2016
"I can't understand how a family watches its members being knocked off and doesn't say 'we've got to stop this'"
Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin has described his distaste at the ongoing Hutch-Kinahan feud being seen in Dublin’s gangland.
The DCU research concentrated on the health of moderately fit and unfit transition-year students in the greater Dublin area.
John and Dolores Quinn and their two children will see their Co Kildare home repossessed next week in the absence of further legal intervention.
There’s something quite special about standing for the National Anthem in your own living room.
John Butler’s wife and eight-week-old daughter slipped into the river near Newbridge last Monday evening.
Bored and out of money? We’ve got some suggestions for free things to do.
Yahoo said names, email addresses, birth dates, and scrambled passwords were stolen.
Business groups are calling on councillors to scrap changes that would limit the height of some city centre buildings.
Living - Thursday 22 September, 2016
What’s a must-watch, and what’s a miss? We tell you.
The hugely popular UK version saw between three and four million viewers per series.
Berry said she was staying with the BBC out of “loyalty”, but her fellow judge Paul Hollywood is following the dough to Channel 4.
The government is announcing its ten-year plan to battle obesity today.
Living - Wednesday 21 September, 2016
France recently passed a similar law.
The Government press office confirmed to TheJournal.ie that Red C polling will conduct the poll to decide the makeup of the assembly.
The commission announced the original ‘free roaming’ plans with huge fanfare last year, but when it unveiled the details earlier this month consumer groups were outraged by a limit of 90 days of free roaming per year.
“In 18 years of live TV, it’s up there with my worst moments.”
Can’t we all just get along? Former Olympic team psychologist Niamh Fitzpatrick helps us understand why housemates fight.
This week, Celebrity Operation Transformation participant Gerald Kean talks about how the show has helped him to deal with his diabetes.
A new European survey shows that Ireland’s 15 and 16-year-olds are smoking and drinking a good deal less than their European counterparts.
That’s European Day without a Road Death to you.
48-year-old Tipperary mother of three Bridget Daly has taken the case against Zurich Life Assurance.
Living - Tuesday 20 September, 2016
The proposals mean 200 exhibits in the the old north wing of the NCH will connect to the Real Tennis building by a tunnel.
The initiative won’t allow people to pay for their DublinBikes trips from their Leap Card account, but will allow them to use the same card for the bikeshare as for the bus, Luas or Dart.
Workers here often pay more in tax than those in other European countries.
The film got a standing ovation when it premiered in Dublin last night.
Grab the kids, you’re going on an adventure.
Homeowners pay a 2.6% premium to live near a secondary school, according to the latest Daft.ie Research Report.
Living - Monday 19 September, 2016
The noise levels at GAA HQ were greater than that of a 747 taking off when Dublin’s first goal went in.
Getting the balance right in college can be tough. We asked students how to manage being happy AND productive.
Living - Sunday 18 September, 2016
After four decades at the helm of Europe’s largest outdoor festival, Anna May McHugh shows no signs of slowing down.
We met the director and the film’s stars.
Grab a comfy chair and sit back with some of the week’s best longreads.