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Friday 18 April, 2014

From The Daily Edge The DOs and DON’Ts of taking public transport Next Stop

The DOs and DON’Ts of taking public transport

This is how to behave. Take note, everyone.

The Anglo verdicts are in…but what next for the banking inquiry, David Drumm and Seán Fitz?

A parliamentary inquiry into the banking crisis could kick off by the end of this year.

Poll: Will you take an alcoholic drink today? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Will you take an alcoholic drink today?

Let us know your plans for the day.

Fancy finding your inner pilgrim this weekend?

Thousands of walkers, both religious and non-religious, are expected to take part in the first-ever National Pilgrim Paths Day tomorrow.

The 9 at 9: Friday

It’s Friday and here’s everything you need to know before 9am.

Funeral for Peaches Geldof to be held on Monday

It is thought that her father, Bob Geldof, will deliver a eulogy.

From The Score Kilkenny hurling, the Sydney Swans and the Fennelly link between them The Cat In Oz

Kilkenny hurling, the Sydney Swans and the Fennelly link between them

Michael Fennelly has returned from a stint with the Australian Rules club.

Mother campaigns for EpiPens to be widely available after her daughter died on O’Connell St

Emma Sloan died within 20 minutes of her allergic reaction.

Silent vigil for two Irish peacekeepers tortured and murdered in Lebanon

The families and friends of Private Derek Smallhorne and Private Thomas Barrett are looking for their killer to be questioned about his past life – before he moved to the US, settled down and started working as an ice-cream man.

Waiting game at the Anglo trial: ‘You never can guess when a jury will make up their mind’

The spotlight over the past seven days was on the seven women and five men who were to decide whether to convict three of Ireland’s former bankers on charges relating to illegal loans.

“I feel ashamed”: Captain wasn’t at the helm of capsized Korean ferry

Anger is said to be spreading over the stalled rescue efforts as hundreds of passengers remain missing.

There will be no change to the ‘ludicrous situation’ where absent TDs means unanswered questions

TDs have complained that there is a false impression being created that politicians are not at work because they are absent from the Dáil chamber.

Here’s how much the government has paid out to homes affected by flooding

Almost 700 payments have been made so far this year.

Children were the victims in a quarter of all 2014 racist incidents reported so far

67 incidents have been reported since the start of the year. Almost a third happened either at work or in school or college.

Thursday 17 April, 2014

Here’s What Happened Today: Thursday

Everyone’s talking about Anglo bosses found guilty, Bertie Ahern, and Ukraine…

Ireland sees first bankers convicted of giving illegal loans

Pat Whelan and Willie McAteer found guilty of giving loans to the Maple 10 but not guilty in relation to dealings with the Quinn family.

Gabriel García Márquez, Nobel Prize-winning writer, has died RIP

Photos: Mother stops execution as her son’s killer was about to be hanged

The dramatic photographs show the public execution in Iran which was stopped at the last minute when the victim’s mother intervened.

Missing 15-year-old found safe and well

Gardaí thanked the public for its assistance.

From The Daily Edge 11 unmistakeable signs it’s Holy Thursday The Last Supper

11 unmistakeable signs it’s Holy Thursday

Happy Off-Licence Thursday.

From The Score 16 reasons why Waterford’s Tony Browne is a hurling legend Deise Deity

16 reasons why Waterford’s Tony Browne is a hurling legend

After 23 long seasons of inter-county hurling, the Mount Sion man has called it a day.

From The Daily Edge VIDEO: Your weekend movies… the Amazing Spider-Man 2 Trailers

VIDEO: Your weekend movies… the Amazing Spider-Man 2

Cinema trip this weekend? DailyEdge.ie brings you snippets from new releases to help you decide where to put your money…

Agreed … Ukraine, Russia, the US and EU have reached a surprise deal in Geneva

The four parties have agreed on a way forward following half a day of talks, including a call to disband armed groups that have taken over buildings.

Two women arrested this morning over the Jean McConville case have been released

The women, aged 57 and 60, were questioned at Antrim police station.

Misquoted: Sinn Féin apologises to Bishop over abortion letter

The party’s apologised after election literature written by local members misrepresented the views of Bishop of Dromore, John McAreavey.

Column: Is there really a glass ceiling for women in the workplace – or is it just for mothers?

The ‘glass ceiling’ is less to do with being a woman and more to do with having to care for small children.

From The Daily Edge Well, isn’t it well for some? Holidail

Well, isn’t it well for some?

That’s a grand break.

Pope Francis has been washing people’s feet … again

The Pope washed the feet of a dozen elderly and disabled people during a ceremony in Rome.

This ad should stop you from texting and driving

Honda tells its drivers about the devastating effects of driving and texting.

From The Score Waterford hurling legend Tony Browne has retired A Legend Departs

Waterford hurling legend Tony Browne has retired

“I have loved and embraced every moment wearing the Waterford jersey from my earliest days.”

Anglo pair could each face five years in prison for each offence

The charges carry a penalty of up to five years in prison and/or a fine of up to €30,000 per offence.

From The Daily Edge Dog gets hit by car, spends 6 months slashing tyres in local village Revenge
From The Score AFL clubs chasing Red Hand starlet McKenna as he catches the eye in trials Men At Work

AFL clubs chasing Red Hand starlet McKenna as he catches the eye in trials

“I do definitely want to come over. It’d be an unbelievable experience if I get a chance to go,” the Tyrone prospect says.

The 5 at 5: Thursday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…