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From The42 ‘59% win ratio is second to none’ – Our writers review this year’s Premier League season Looking Back

‘59% win ratio is second to none’ – Our writers review this year’s Premier League season

We discuss Tim Sherwood, John Carver, Chelsea’s unstoppable march to glory and more big talking points.

Turns out no one wants a 21-year-old president No Country For Young Men This post contains videos

Turns out no one wants a 21-year-old president

Spare a thought for Niall Horan.

Fianna Fáil has finally won a by-election

Bobby Aylward was elected early this morning.

Ireland may have said Yes to gay marriage, but Australia won’t be following suit

Gay marriage was explicitly outlawed in Australia in 2004.

8 reasons why Ireland voted YES to same-sex marriage How The Ref Was Won This post contains videos

8 reasons why Ireland voted YES to same-sex marriage

It was a long, gruelling campaign that’s resulted in a historic decision by the Irish people.

Police officer who shot 49 bullets into car where two died found not guilty

The acquittal sparked protests in Cleveland.

Brian Keenan: ‘If you don’t have a sense of humour you are dead man walking’

It’s been 25 years since Keenan was released after four and half years of being held hostage in Lebanon.

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Saturday 23 May, 2015

All the colours of the rainbow: The day Ireland made history In Pics This post contains images

13 heroes of the Yes campaign

The Irish people have voted for same-sex marriage but some campaigners deserve a special mention.

Here’s What Happened Today: Saturday

Equality had people talking today.

Ireland has voted Yes to same-sex marriage

Ireland has become the first country in the world to pass a referendum on the issue.

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How did your constituency vote in the marriage referendum?

Here’s how they voted where you’re from.

Ireland says NO in presidential age referendum

There were 1,412,602 votes against.

AS IT HAPPENED: It’s official – Ireland says YES to same-sex marriage

It’s 62% FOR and 38% AGAINST – as Ireland gives a big YES to same-sex marriage.

The best small country in which to be gay? It’s better than yesterday – Enda

“A line went through my head from the old song… ‘Gone are the dark clouds that had me down, it’s going to be a bright, bright sunshiny day’.”

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From The Daily Edge Eurovision 2015 as it happened: Flying Conchita, vanishing women, and Swede heroes Eurovision 2015

‘We live always knowing we’re going to die, but we don’t think about it’

Peter Milne is in the middle of a very inspirational challenge.

What an extraordinary, historic and momentous day for Ireland

Ireland’s decision to become the first country in the world to legalise same-sex marriage via a popular referendum shows just how much it has changed in recent years.

Toddler killed in freak accident in Cork

The young boy was airlifted to hospital – but was pronounced dead later this afternoon.

Body of man found at same location as abandoned baby Maria

The discovery was made at Steelstown Lane in Rathcoole.

Tears, tantrums and Irish pride: What it’s really like performing in the Eurovision

We chatted to Brian Kennedy, who represented Ireland back in 2006.

Even Donegal voted YES in the marriage referendum

The result will come as no surprise to TDs who told us as much before yesterday.

People cannot get over Vincent Browne’s referendum broadcast from The George

Browne is covering the referendum from a gay bar in Dublin. Because of COURSE.

Inside the prison where the Boston bomber is expected to be executed

The last federal execution, of Oklahoma City Bomber Timothy McVeigh, was conducted at Terre Haute in 2001.

Finally: Fianna Fáil looks set to win a by-election

Just in case you’d forgotten, there’s an important battle for Phil Hogan’s old seat happening as well today.

From The42 ‘That is probably the last time that I play for Munster here’ – Paul O’Connell Farewell Paulie

‘That is probably the last time that I play for Munster here’ – Paul O’Connell

Looks like today was the last time we will see Paul O’Connell marauding around Thomond Park.

The 5 at 5: Saturday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…

Coast Guard helicopter called out – as woman suffers head injuries on Carrauntoohil

The woman is believed to have suffered serious injuries after slipping and hitting her head on a rock.

“Are you going to send me all the way around in these heels” – Panti’s (very) eventful arrival

TheJournal.ie just joined Panti on a triumphant walk through Dublin city centre.

65-year-old mother of 13 gives birth to quadruplets

She is a grandmother to seven as well.

Wildlife group calls for government to stand up against lobbying for deer cull

Deer have moved into the lowlands in recent years and are impacting more and more on the livelihoods of farmers, representative groups are saying.

This spice which is sold in Ireland has traces of Salmonella in it

Monolith Kurkumawurzel gemahlen is sold in Eastern European food businesses.

From The42 As it happened: Munster v Ospreys, Guinness Pro12 semi-final Minute-by-Minute

As it happened: Munster v Ospreys, Guinness Pro12 semi-final

Glasgow are already in the final, but who will join them?