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Sunday 28 August, 2016

Here is a quicker way to delete large apps on your phone

If you need to free up space quickly, there is a more efficient way of doing it.

Poll: Should public memorials be free from Pokémon Go? Your Say This post contains a poll

From patching up wounds in south central LA, to bringing cutting-edge healthcare to Donegal

Tom Finn, head of private healthcare firm Affidea Ireland, has had a colourful career to say the least.

Ordinary Russians have all had their hot water shut off in an annual 'ritual shutdown'

From Vladivostok on the Pacific coast to Russia’s European exclave Kaliningrad, millions of residents are forced each year to shiver through icy showers.

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Theresa May is looking to make Brexit happen without a Commons vote

UK reports say the British PM is committed to getting the UK out of the EU.

'I'm 78 and still outrun 18-year-olds in the park'

John Fitzsimons wants to challenge certain stereotypes about older people.

Ireland's largest business group will fight fast-food free 'no-fry zones' near schools

Dublin City Council has voted for a 250m ban – but the man behind the move wants to go further still.

The 9 at 9: Sunday

It’s Sunday and here’s all the news you need to know as you start your day.

Sitdown Sunday: The boyband manager who was said to have a dark side

Grab a comfy chair and sit back with some of the week’s best longreads.

This cruise ship is taking 1,000 super rich passengers on a controversial journey To Boldly Go This post contains videos

This cruise ship is taking 1,000 super rich passengers on a controversial journey

Global warming means that cruising the Northwest Passage is now a reality.

Gardaí not reviewing uniform policy about hijabs

Police forces in Scotland and Canada have announced they are allowing female members to wear the hijab.

Donald Trump politicises the shooting dead of the cousin of an NBA basketball star

Nykea Aldridge, cousin of Dwyane Wade was shot dead in Chicago.

From The42 'A journey for perfection I'll never reach the end of': Martin Tyler on the art of football commentary The Voice

'A journey for perfection I'll never reach the end of': Martin Tyler on the art of football commentary

The definitive football voice on technique, coaching in the Conference and tears after that Sergio Aguero goal.

Nursing home staff used "foul and abusive language" to intimidate and threaten people Exclusive

Documents show a number of serious issues in relation to care at nursing homes across Ireland.

"The planes fly right over our houses now, it didn't used to be like this" - Living at the edge of Dublin Airport

Residents of St Margaret’s in Dublin have big concerns about a new runway at Dublin Airport.

A US pharma giant accused of gouging patients for drugs paid no tax on billion-euro Irish profits

Gilead Sciences is the firm behind one of the world’s leading hepatitis C treatments.

New York taxi drivers no longer have to pass English proficiency test

Immigrants make up 96% of the 144,000 cabbies in the city.

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Check out this stunning five-bedroom home just off Herbert Park in Ballsbridge

Saturday 27 August, 2016

"We covered the affairs, the lies, the secrets": After 21 years, this Irish soap is still going strong

We speak to some of the people who work on the show about what contributes to its success.

From The42 Faith in Rooney rewarded and more Premier League talking points Opinion

Faith in Rooney rewarded and more Premier League talking points

Plus, Harry Kane’s August slump strikes again, as Liverpool draw with Spurs.

Pressure, obsession and confusion: Turning 35 and deciding whether or not to have a child

Playwright Joanne Ryan said that there can be huge pressure for women to become a mother, adding that it can be ‘wound up in the identity’ of being a woman.

Here's What Happened Today: Saturday

Kevin Mallon to be released on bail, a big win for Paul O’Donovan and a day of mourning in Italy.

Tobacco, alcohol and weaponry - here's where some of the state's investment has been flowing

The majority of the money is tied to Ireland’s sovereign-wealth fund.

Victim-blaming culture makes it more difficult for women to get help

With recent high profile domestic violence cases, Margaret Martin of Women’s Aid reflects on society’s tendency to judge, shame and distrust victims.

Handgun and ammunition seized by gardaí targeting feuding gangs

The 9mm pistol was found in a car yesterday evening.

How many passengers did Ryanair carry last year? It's the week in numbers

Plus: What is the average rent now in Dublin?

Islamic State releases video of children carrying out prisoner executions

One of the boys is identified as being British.

From The42 As it happened: Hull City v Manchester United, Premier League Liveblog

As it happened: Hull City v Manchester United, Premier League

The two sides met at the KCOM Stadium with 100% records from their first two Premier League fixtures.

26-year-old man dies after falling ill at UK music festival

The man collapsed at a campsite last night.

From The42 Vogue is in hot water after using able-bodied actors for a 'Paralympics' photoshoot Paralympics

Vogue is in hot water after using able-bodied actors for a 'Paralympics' photoshoot

The actors were Photoshopped to look like they had disabilities.

Man injured after footbridge collapse over UK motorway

Police said it is believed a lorry collided with the pedestrian bridge.

Judge who gave six months jail to Stanford sex attacker is now being judged himself

Santa Clara County Judge Aaron Persky is facing efforts to remove him from the bench.

How to get red hot chilli peppers to behave in your garden

Michael Kelly continues his Grow It Yourself series with chilli peppers

'Don't be afraid to scream your suffering': Italy mourns victims of earthquake

Italy’s head of state earlier paid tribute to the “extraordinary effort” of more than 4,000 rescue professionals and volunteers who helped with the rescue effort.

Pat Hickey family lawyer: "It could be you or I who are in that situation"

Anne Marie James says that the former Olympic executive has already been denied a fair trial.

Trump campaign chief denies anti-Semitic remarks about daughters' school

The revelation comes a day after reports emerged that domestic charges were filed against him 20 years ago.

From The42 Gold! Paul O'Donovan blows rivals away to storm to World Rowing Championship glory Pull Like A Dog

Gold! Paul O'Donovan blows rivals away to storm to World Rowing Championship glory

The 22-year-old won his final by over four seconds in Rotterdam while the lightweight men’s pair finished fourth in their ‘A’ final.

It's been 30 years since one of the worst storms in living memory

The storm caused hundreds of people to flee their homes – one woman saying that water-levels were ‘up to my chest’.

Have some time to kill? You can now play Solitaire on Google search

And relive those days where Windows 95 was cutting edge.