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Dublin: 8 °C Tuesday 21 October, 2014

Sunday 19 October, 2014

Is Lucinda Creighton recruiting for a new party?

She says not yet. Kind of.

From The Daily Edge No downloading required: 7 quality TV dramas that will be on your TV this winter Telly

No downloading required: 7 quality TV dramas that will be on your TV this winter

Hospital dramas, explorations of LGBT life in Britain and more.

Sweden is chasing a Russian submarine

No, it’s not the plot of a Jack Ryan movie.

From The Score ‘I can’t understand why the FAI aren’t listening to the best footballers in the world’ Template

‘I can’t understand why the FAI aren’t listening to the best footballers in the world’

Patrick Szafranski chats to TheScore.ie about how Futsal can help improve the standard of soccer in Ireland.

Column: Remembering the American Civil War through one Irish family’s story

The American Civil War might seem like a long time ago, but the last pensioned Irish veteran was still alive in 1950.

Weird Wide Web: Freezing eggs, Pac-Man stamps and Apple’s latest announcement

All of your essential tech and social media news for the week in one byte-sized portion.

From Business ETC How to transfer contacts from one smartphone to another TechKnowHow

How to transfer contacts from one smartphone to another

At some point you’re going to have to change phones and with it, transfer your contacts list. Here’s how.

How much do you know about this week’s news? Take our quiz

How closely were you paying attention?

Scared of flying? What about piloting a plane blind?

Jennifer Doherty flew a plane to raise awareness of the Donegal Centre for Independent Living.

Martin hits out at Taoiseach on the North

‘The affairs of the north are our business.’

Tinned cheese, worms and ‘Irish’: What the world eats

Check out some of this delicious-looking (and, not so good-looking) food from around the globe.

Sitdown Sunday: 7 deadly reads

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

From The Score The Irish wrestler who has no regrets about waving goodbye to WWE Interview

The Irish wrestler who has no regrets about waving goodbye to WWE

Joe Cabray chats to TheScore.ie about giving up on his dream and finding a new lease of life in Ireland.

‘What if I had answered? Was he calling to say goodbye?’: The week in quotes

“We don’t buy ‘likes’. We don’t know how to buy ‘likes’.”

From The Daily Edge Quiz: Are You Going To Survive This Hangover? Quiz

Quiz: Are You Going To Survive This Hangover?

How much of a heap are you in?

Poll: Should workplaces take convicted rapists back after their release? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should workplaces take convicted rapists back after their release?

Footballer Ched Evans has made headlines this weekend, but should he be allowed back into football?

Living with Lupus: Attacked by your own immune system

October is Lupus Awareness Month.

‘I feel like I can do more now that I’ve got rid of my overlapping jaw’

Deirbhile Moran was called Jaws in school – but now she’s got her confidence back.

Just one priest agreed to be interviewed for documentary on mother-and-baby homes

Director Saskia Weber said she is hopeful more religious figures will come forward.

The 9 at 9: Sunday

Catch up as you wake up.

Extract: The role of the media in the Irish economic crisis

Some commentators have noted that Irish news organisations failed to give proper warnings of the impending crash. But why?

Met Éireann is warning that there may be some flooding today

It’s going to be windy and wet. For a change.

‘People have been fairly sound’: What Michael Fitzmaurice learned on his first week in the Dáil

We caught up with the new TD for Roscommon-South Leitrim towards the end of his first week in Leinster House.

From The Score ‘We call it ‘The Fear Email” – Even on their holidays, Leinster players are on the clock Always Working

‘We call it ‘The Fear Email” – Even on their holidays, Leinster players are on the clock

Flanker Kevin McLaughlin tells us what goes into his job away from the pitch.

“We can’t give in to Ebola hysteria” – Obama

Cuba has offered to help in the fight against the disease.

Tribute paid to 47 Irish troops who lost their lives in Lebanon

A wreath was laid at Tibnin Memorial to the personnel who died in service.

Saturday 18 October, 2014

From The Score Ulster fightback falls short as they lose in Leicester Tough Start

Ulster fightback falls short as they lose in Leicester

Ulster couldn’t overcome a sixteen point half-time deficit.

From Business ETC These are the questions you need to answer to get a job with Google (and others) Get Googley

These are the questions you need to answer to get a job with Google (and others)

You are going to have to think a bit outside the box…

From The Daily Edge How Much of a Sap Are You? Saps

How Much of a Sap Are You?

Take our quiz to find out.

“Smart-alec Tánaiste thinks it is smart…”: Here are the winners and losers from the political week House Of Cards This post contains a poll

“Smart-alec Tánaiste thinks it is smart…”: Here are the winners and losers from the political week

In which Mary Lou unleashes hell in the Dáil, Michael and Brendan enjoy their big day out, and the Leinster House barrier strikes again…

Here’s What Happened Today: Saturday

Everyone’s talking about the woman charged with the murder of Hassan Khan, water charge protests, and Hong Kong demonstrations.

Woman charged with murder of two-year-old Hassan Khan

Hazel Waters will reappear in court next Wednesday.

Taoiseach says he will meet Maíria Cahill as pressure increases on Sinn Féin

Cahill is calling on Sinn Féin members to come forward about the alleged cover-up of sexual abuse.

John Grisham, college fees, and Facebook: The week in numbers

Plus: How much has Mark Zuckerberg donated to the fight against Ebola?

Man charged over fatal stabbing in Santry

The stabbing occurred yesterday.

Anti-water charge protests take place around the country

Large crowds were reported at some of the demonstrations.