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Dublin: 8 °C Sunday 24 June, 2018

Irish - Today’s News

How and why do boutiques and influencers buy and resell items made in Asia?

We take a look at an issue that has got many people exercised online.

Irish - Yesterday’s News

How one planning decision shows the door is open to taller buildings in Dublin

The new Ireland 2040 plan has been cited in the approval of a major hotel development.

Lines of ketamine, pumping dance music, estranged brothers and a wild weekend in Dublin city

A new movie takes place over a single weekend in Dublin.

From The42 2-4 for Geaney as Kerry cruise past Cork to make it 6 Munster senior titles in a row Kingdom Rule

2-4 for Geaney as Kerry cruise past Cork to make it 6 Munster senior titles in a row

27,674 fans in attendance at Páirc Uí Chaoimh for this evening’s encounter.

Quiz: How much do you know about Brexit?

How much of the last two years have you taken in?

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Here's What Happened Today: Saturday News Fix This post contains images

Here's What Happened Today: Saturday

Man’s body discovered in Dublin, anti-Brexit protests in London and flights cancelled – it’s the Evening Fix.

'Having been in direct provision for such a long time I had started to lose confidence'

I needed an outlet that brought positivity to myself and others around me, writes Ellie Kisyombe.

Gardaí believe man found in Dublin park met 'violent death'

The body of the man, who was aged in his 20s, was discovered shortly after 6.30am.

How many passport applications took up to eight weeks to process? It's the week in numbers

Plus: The number of people affected by sex trafficking that Ruhama supported last year.

From The42 Mayo lose Seamus O'Shea to injury but survive stern Tipperary test and power to qualifier victory Strong Finish

Mayo lose Seamus O'Shea to injury but survive stern Tipperary test and power to qualifier victory

James Durcan bagged 1-2 for Stephen Rochford’s side in their eight-point win.

What Bulmers is doing to reverse its slipping Irish cider sales

The drink is selling well in off-licences – but pubs are a challenge.

From The42 As it happened: Cork vs Kerry, Munster senior football final Liveblog

As it happened: Cork vs Kerry, Munster senior football final

We went minute-by-minute as Cork took on defending champions Kerry at Páirc Uí Chaoimh in this year’s Munster SFC final.

Fewer than 1,000 ASBOs were handed out last year - why?

Renua’s John Leahy wants the orders handed out like parking tickets.

Ryanair flights cancelled due to air traffic controller strike

Aer Lingus has also warned about potential disruptions to its flights this weekend.

Yacht of lone skipper on round-the-world sailing trip rescued by RNLI in West Cork

The 31 ft yacht was on its voyage from The Azores when it developed mechanical difficulties and sought help.

From The42 Schmidt's Ireland cling on to secure thrilling series success in Australia Drama

Schmidt's Ireland cling on to secure thrilling series success in Australia

The tourists endured a nailbiting endgame in Sydney but emerged with victory.

GIY: 'As we move in to summer, it’s important to keep sowing'

There are still loads of vegetables that you can sow from seed, writes Michael Kelly.

This Temple Bar alleyway has been transformed into something special...

The Love Lane street at at Crampton Court has been revamped.

Appeal to find teenage boy who went missing from hospital

Damien Cullen was last seen in St Luke’s General Hospital yesterday.

Gardaí and Tusla still notify each other of child sexual abuse cases via fax or post

Publishing a report on Tusla failings this week, Hiqa said “critically important information” was being distributed this way.

From The42 'I was rushed into a side-room and a doctor said, 'You're heading towards kidney failure'' Long Road Back
Poll: Should drugs be decriminalised for personal use? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should drugs be decriminalised for personal use?

Aodhán Ó Ríordáin thinks the move would save lives.

'There are gardaí, politicians and doctors who have taken something illegal at some point'

They get away with it, because we only criminalise the poor, writes Aodhán Ó Ríordáin.

The 9 at 9: Saturday

Here’s all the news you need to know this morning.

We could be heading into a heatwave - here are some tips on keeping your pets cool and happy

Temperatures are set to soar in the coming days. Here’s some advice.

'It's like pulling teeth': Charity official trying to hand over 21 houses to Clare County Council

Jim Connolly said he wouldn’t tell “his worst enemy” to work in housing services.

From a Harry Potter treasure hunt to a sing song in Cork: Here's what's happening this weekend

Here’s a round-up of the events taking place across Ireland over the weekend.

Ferry service faces uncertain future amid struggle to reach Brexit deal

Today marks the second anniversary of the Brexit vote.

Shoppers warned to watch out for 'fake Buddhist monk' asking for money around Dublin

The man is known to gardaí and Dublin City Council for pestering people around the Grafton Street and O’Connell Street areas.

From The42 Are Tyrone waiting to be put out of their misery, can Mayo still win Sam and are Kildare back? Scenic Route

Are Tyrone waiting to be put out of their misery, can Mayo still win Sam and are Kildare back?

5 key questions ahead of the weekend’s All-Ireland football qualifier action.

Ireland spends €20 billion per year on healthcare, here's where the money goes

There was a 10% increase in health expenditure between 2011 and 2016.

'Stay safe, make smart decisions': Here's how to look after yourself during the warm weather

Met Éireann has said that this weekend will see temperatures hit as high as 25 degrees.

Teen given 10-month sentence for involvement in drug-fuelled gang robbery in Temple Bar

The victim was attacked and robbed after he refused to hand over his wallet and phone.

From The42 'I'd love to have played in another World Cup... But I don't regret any of my actions' Looking Back

'I'd love to have played in another World Cup... But I don't regret any of my actions'

Roy Keane has revisited the infamous Saipan controversy 16 years on.

'So many lies': Mr Justice Charleton left with plenty to mull over as Tribunal winds up

The Tribunal won’t be going to the High Court over privilege, paving the way for the closing of proceedings.

Irish - Friday 22 June, 2018

Dunsink Observatory joins Einstein's house and Curie's lab as European site of historical significance

The observatory is receiving the accolade in recognition of the mathematician William Rowan Hamilton.

Trade union: 'RTÉ can no longer justify bogus employment contracts'

A report found that a quarter of RTÉ freelance contracts have features “akin to employment”.

Sexual assault trials in the North: 'Anonymity of complainant is now a figment of our imagination'

Sir John Gillen said the report into Northern Ireland’s law would consider the anonymity of defendants.

Arrest made in connection with death of man in Bray

Vincent Kelly died after suffering a severe head injury at around 2am on Saturday 9 June.

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