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Irish - Today’s News

From The Score Best proud of Ireland’s mental strength to avoid All Blacks defeat repeat Different Team

Best proud of Ireland’s mental strength to avoid All Blacks defeat repeat

After three wins in November, the Ireland hooker recalled a similar situation back in 2006.

Here’s What Happened Today: Saturday

Everyone’s talking about a strike over water charges, a cross on Carrauntoohil and Bertie Ahern in China.

Diana Agnieszka Kaleta has been missing since Wednesday. Have you seen her?

The 40-year-old woman is from Clodalkin in West Dublin.

‘Curry my yoghurt’ DUP MP says he would treat Irish Language Act ‘like toilet paper’

Gregory Campbell also joked about his earlier controversial comments.


Man dies after falling from boat in Wexford Harbour

The man in his 50s was pronounced dead at the scene.

From Business ETC What I Learned: Why there’s no ‘secret sauce’ to cooking up an e-commerce juggernaut Under The Hood

What I Learned: Why there’s no ‘secret sauce’ to cooking up an e-commerce juggernaut

We talk to MicksGarage about going from the bedroom to a multimillion-euro enterprise.

How much does cyberbullying really contribute to teen suicide?

The government has been focusing its attention on cyberbullying after high profile teen suicides but one clinical psychologist who works with troubled teens said it rarely contributes significantly.

Water protests, death threats, and Bono: The week in numbers

Plus: Which county has more roads than any other county in Ireland?

‘Potentially an ISIS situation ‘: Here are the winners and losers from the political week House Of Cards This post contains a poll

‘Potentially an ISIS situation ‘: Here are the winners and losers from the political week

In which a Fine Gael TD made some ill-judged remarks, the Socialists were on the defensive and Nigel Farage had more reasons to smile.

Opinion: The psychology of appearance – is there a gender bias at play in job interviews?

Women who seem ‘too feminine’ may face an uphill struggle when applying for managerial jobs…

From The Score 5 talking points after Ireland’s rollercoaster ride against Australia Green And Gold

5 talking points after Ireland’s rollercoaster ride against Australia

Including Paul O’Connell’s ability to age like fine wine.

People marched against water charges in Waterford and Jobstown today

Gardai say there were no public order incidents at either protest.

From The Score Ireland complete November clean sweep with victory over the Wallabies Tense

Ireland complete November clean sweep with victory over the Wallabies

Chieka’s men fought hard but tries from Zebo and Bowe, as well as Sexton’s kicking, saw Schmidt’s side on top.

The 33 men and a boy who kept 10,000-strong English army at bay in Cork

The incredibly arduous siege at Castle Park in Kinsale saw the English gain the upper hand over a small Spanish band – but it took them 100 days.

How should Ireland decide whether to send troops abroad?

Questions have been raised over the triple-lock system in the Dáil recently.

‘No damage to any nuclear power stations’ after strong quake hits Japan

Five people are feared trapped in collapsed buildings.

From Business ETC Electricians union will do ‘whatever is necessary’ to get 5% pay rise Threat

Electricians union will do ‘whatever is necessary’ to get 5% pay rise

The TEEU’s conference heard that they wan ta roll-back on concession made over the last seven years.

Opinion: Academic doping – can drugs make you smarter?

Can drugs improve your attention, concentration, and reduce your need for sleep…

From Business ETC The Briefcase: Not-so Irish brands, Sweden’s helping hand and Darth Vader’s deep pockets Inbox Me
From The Daily Edge Here is Sinead O’Connor’s call for non-violent revolution on the Late Late Show Spirit Of 1916

Here is Sinead O’Connor’s call for non-violent revolution on the Late Late Show

She called for “the creation of a second Republic of Ireland.”

Top comments of the week

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Here’s how to make some decent (not tacky) Christmas decorations

Get into Blue Peter mode to kit out your home and save some cash this Christmas.

Post mortems due on two farmers killed in Donegal farm accident

The accident occurred just after 6pm last night at Killygordon, Co Donegal.

‘The crisis is deepening’: Record number of rough sleepers in Dublin

The latest count recorded 168 people sleeping rough.

Poll: Have you started your Christmas shopping? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Have you started your Christmas shopping?

Or are you waiting for this guy to do it all?

Baby girl survives Ebola ‘against all the odds’

Despite these positive stories, Doctors Without Borders said the outbreak is far from over.

The 9 at 9: Saturday

Catch up as you wake up.

From The Score As it happened: Australia v Ireland, International Rules Test Liveblog

As it happened: Australia v Ireland, International Rules Test

Could Paul Earley’s Ireland retain the Cormac McAnallen Cup? Relive all of the action from Perth in our minute-by-minute report.

Own a pet? Here are some tips for keeping them safe in bad weather

It’s time to winter-proof your pet’s home.

What will anti-water charges TDs do if boycotters are brought to court?

Irish Water says it does not envisage bringing people to court, but what would the likes of Paul Murphy do if the company did?

Opinion: Water protestors should claim victory and go home now

Good compromises exist when neither side gets all that they wanted, but something of what they needed.

From The Score There’s no doubt Schmidt is one of the best in the business – O’Connell Mr Rugby

There’s no doubt Schmidt is one of the best in the business – O’Connell

Ireland’s captain says there has been little talk of a win, but more focus on improving against the Wallabies.

“Life, a long long time ago” – Documentary follows Guildford Four’s Paddy Armstrong to London

An RTÉ documentary followed Armstrong on and told his story.

Hundreds of us saw that ‘giant fireball’ this week — but where did it land?

Hundreds of sightings were reported to Astronomy Ireland, from all over the country.

Irish - Yesterday’s News

Here’s What Happened Today: Friday

Two farmers have been killed while working on a tractor, there were more threats of violence to meter installers, and Gerry Adams insisted he had never been in ISIS.

Hundreds of women turn out for ANOTHER Garda Station vigil

200 women attended a similar event outside Coolock Garda Station on Dublin’s northside earlier this week.

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