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Irish - Today’s News

What do you remember about your First Holy Communion?

TheJournal.ie went out on the streets to ask about your First Communion.

Church still undecided if it will carry out civil ceremonies if referendum passes

Archbishop Eamon Martin says the referendum also raises issues about what it teaches children.

State accused of covering up cost of nursing homes

Nursing Homes Ireland wants details released immediately.

‘I knew my rapists… I had to watch what they did to my daughter’

Victims in Croatia might soon get justice after war crimes.

The 9 at 9: Monday

Everything you need to know as you start your Bank Holiday Monday.

Borderline personality disorder is incredibly complex – it rarely affects two people in the same way

I felt like an amp turned up to eleven, while everyone around me was playing at a steady volume of six.

Pedestrian killed in Cork this morning

The 33-year-old died in hospital.

This ‘life-saving’ cancer drug is now available in Ireland

Regorafenib is used to treat a form of stomach cancer.

From The42 ‘We don’t have trophies hanging out of us, so we’re going to celebrate it tonight’ Deise

‘We don’t have trophies hanging out of us, so we’re going to celebrate it tonight’

Derek McGrath knows Cork will be waiting ‘in the long grass’ next month.

PICTURES: Survivors of the Lusitania remember ‘murder by savages’

In just 18 short minutes, the boat sank and 1,198 people lost their lives. We hear from two people who lived.

Appeal for witnesses after tourists targeted in violent robbery

A man and woman were both assaulted and a camera bag was stolen.

TD says garda helicopter causing ‘noise pollution’ in Dublin at night

Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald said gardaí operate a noise reduction policy during night hours.

Irish - Yesterday’s News

From Business ETC 5 charts that show why the “lost decade” is a long way from over Analysis

5 charts that show why the “lost decade” is a long way from over

There’s a good reason why a lot of people still aren’t feeling it.

Are taxi drivers at greater risk of being robbed? We asked some to find out

One Sinn Féin TD thinks taxi signs get attention from “undesirables”.

‘Our hearts are broken’: Tributes to biker killed during charity rally

The father-of-three was killed when his bike collided with a car.

Read the diary of an Irish priest in the World War I trenches

You can now read his diaries online.

Here’s What Happened Today: Sunday

The same-sex marriage debate, the tragic death of a biker and a Bank of Ireland glitch had people talking.

John Waters: Same-sex marriage is not a free gift to give to the gay community

Waters said he envisages situations where a gay step parent could be given a superior status to a biological parent.

Quiz: Which country’s leader is this?

Meet the bosses of other countries.

Hanging wires, cramped locker rooms, no custody areas – gardaí say they work in ‘third world conditions’

Gardaí at the GRA conference this year said no other public servants would be expected to work in these kinds of conditions.

From The42 Waterford crowned hurling league champions with emphatic win over Cork Kings Of The Spring

Waterford crowned hurling league champions with emphatic win over Cork

Semple Stadium was the venue this afternoon.

People are outraged over actress swap in ‘Independence Day 2′

Fox has not yet given a reason for why Mae Whitman wasn’t considered for the sequel.

Bank of Ireland customers can access their accounts again after being locked out

The bank has apologised for any inconvenience caused.

Cuban flight takes off after passengers stranded in Shannon overnight

They spent five hours aboard the plane on the tarmac, before being allowed off.

From Business ETC This non-profit wants to start up 100 projects across the country in 100 days WORKING TOGETHER

This non-profit wants to start up 100 projects across the country in 100 days

ChangeX aims to help communities start up their own projects to help improve their lives.

From The42 As it happened: Cork v Waterford, Division 1 hurling league final May Day Decider

As it happened: Cork v Waterford, Division 1 hurling league final

Semple Stadium was the venue for this afternoon’s clash.

Women in their 90s locked up as raiders ransack home

Thieves forced their way into the house after 9.40pm last night.

Female journalists who criticised Mayweather over domestic violence say they were banned from fight

The boxer has pleaded guilty to two allegations of violence against women, including hitting his ex-girlfriend in front of their children.

O’Rourke slams “very wily, and very clever” Trichet answers on Lenihan

TDs and senators who questioned the ex-ECB boss were like schoolchildren being summoned to their master, she said.

What it’s like to grow up biracial in small-town Ireland

The other children from Donegal were all curious about my ginger hair and brown face – to understand me as ‘biracial’ was inconceivable.

Man charged after teenager assaulted and left in ‘dark, isolated’ area

The woman was “left abandoned in a dark and isolated area of the Carr Road after being assaulted,” detectives said.

From Business ETC Here’s how you can check what passwords are saved on your browser TechKnowHow

Here’s how you can check what passwords are saved on your browser

There may be a number of accounts saved that you may have forgotten about.

Sitdown Sunday: How Katie Hopkins became a media monster

The very best of the week’s writing from around the web.

From The42 How one of Dublin’s historic sites has been transformed into an international stadium Fortress Malahide This post contains images

How one of Dublin’s historic sites has been transformed into an international stadium

For the second time in two years, a 10,000 seater venue has been built from scratch for Ireland’s game against England.

From Business ETC Welfare Wednesday pub ad could encourage ‘immoderate or irresponsible drinking’

Welfare Wednesday pub ad could encourage ‘immoderate or irresponsible drinking’

Charity Alcohol Action Ireland made a complaint to advertising watchdog the ASAI.

From Business ETC Here’s everything you need to know about business this week The Briefcase

Here’s everything you need to know about business this week

Everyone was talking about Jean-Claude Trichet and his bling, controversial ads and the governor standing down.

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