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Thursday 24 May, 2018

No Disco: 'There wasn't really anything like it on RTÉ at the time'

A new radio documentary shows off the legacy of the iconic music TV show.

'No evidence of voter fraud' - Council says French student received polling card due to clerical error

The student’s voter registration form was submitted in a batch from NUI Galway last year and it indicated that she was an Irish citizen.

From The42 Analysis: Leinster have to be wary that Scarlets' old habits die hard Turnover Threat

Analysis: Leinster have to be wary that Scarlets' old habits die hard

The Welsh region possess a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it ability to score tries.

Fisherman (62) drowns off Galway coast

A member of the public raised the alarm after the fisherman said that he was in difficulty and his boat was sinking.

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'Everything hurts' - Panicked call of mountain biker attacked by cougar is released by police

Isaac Sederbaum survived the attack but his friend SJ Brooks was killed.

Council by council: An extra 118,000 people have registered to vote ahead of tomorrow's referendum

More than 3.2 million people are now registered to vote in tomorrow’s referendum.

'For Mary Lou McDonald, the lack of IRA baggage may prove to be both a blessing and a curse'

McDonald is treading a well-worn path, hoping that one last push can secure a seat of power in both Belfast and Dublin, as well as a united Ireland, writes Danny Rigg.

DNA database helped match offenders to at least 30 violent crimes last year

More than 900 investigative links between people and unsolved crimes have been uncovered.

Minister says bin charges will rise by up to €1 per lift if bottle deposit scheme introduced

The Environment Committee voted to ensure the set up of a bottle deposit scheme is compulsory.

Don't be confused at the ballot box - you're voting on the 36th Amendment tomorrow

The Eighth Amendment won’t be mentioned on the ballot paper.

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Inside Dublin's most exciting food quarter on Capel Street - plus the very best pub snugs

Mark Hennessy 'person of interest' in a number of unsolved sexual assault cases

Gardaí are now sifting through messages sent from his social media profiles.

'A defining moment for our generation': Why emigrants are coming home to vote From Kenya To Kerry This post contains videos

'A defining moment for our generation': Why emigrants are coming home to vote

Thousands of Irish people are coming #HomeToVote in tomorrow’s referendum.

Wednesday 23 May, 2018

Italy has a new prime minister

Giuseppe Conte has emerged from obscurity as a compromise candidate for prime minister of a government formed by far-right and anti-establishment parties.

Coast Guard called after members of the public get stranded on rocks near Howth

The Coast Guard commended the group for getting in contact.

Brexiteers 'Max Fac' plan would cost the UK £20 billion - Revenue chief

The UK government is bitterly split as to the best way for Britain to exit the EU from a customs standpoint.

Almost a quarter of the world will be obese by 2045 researchers warn

One in eight people, up from one in 11, will have type 2 diabetes.

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From The42 Strong squad underlines Ireland's chances of series success in Australia Summer Tour

Strong squad underlines Ireland's chances of series success in Australia

Joe Schmidt’s 32-man squad features two uncapped players and a host of proven stars.

"It's going to impact my life": Immigrants have their say on both sides of the referendum debate Abortion This post contains videos

"It's going to impact my life": Immigrants have their say on both sides of the referendum debate

Only Irish citizens are allowed to vote in Friday’s referendum.

Here's What Happened Today: Wednesday

Gardaí search for Jastine Valdez’s iPad, and Stephen Rae steps down as editor-in-chief of Independent News and Media – it’s the Fix.

Trump violated US constitution by blocking people on Twitter court says

The ruling comes in response to a lawsuit filed by a group of Twitter users.

Jastine Valdez murder - gardaí appeal for information on missing iPad

It is hoped that Jastine’s bag and iPad could help shed light on any connection she may have had with her killer.

'G'wan Mary Lou!' - Sinn Féin's leader is a hit on the canvass but insists it's no election dry run

McDonald says her first campaign as leader is not practice for a general election.

Recovery from poisoning is 'slow and painful' - Yulia Skripal speaks

Yulia was discharged from a local hospital last month.

From The42 'The only time the Wicklow players would have met or seen the Dublin players is on TV' Facing The Dubs

'The only time the Wicklow players would have met or seen the Dublin players is on TV'

John Evans is gearing up his team to face the All-Ireland champions.

Mark Hennessy was shot dead in the driver's seat of his car - GSOC statement

Some people on social media had criticised the gardaí.

Pro-life groups secured access to the names and addresses of Irish voters ahead of the referendum Exclusive

An investigation by TheJournal.ie and OpenDemocracy has found that at least two pro-life groups have applied for copies of the register for different local authorities.

Swimming stopped at Clare beach due to high levels of E coli in the water

The high levels are linked to runoffs from recent rainfall.

FactFind: How many doctors support repeal?

There are Doctors for Yes and the Medical Alliance for No – but what are the numbers exactly?

From The42 NFL owners agree ban on players kneeling in protest during US national anthem Land Of The Free

NFL owners agree ban on players kneeling in protest during US national anthem

Players must stand for the Star Spangled Banner or remain in the changing rooms.

The government wants to know what you think the most significant risks facing Ireland are

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said that the more people who get involved the better.

Australian archbishop steps down after being found guilty of covering up child sex abuse

Wilson, who faces up to two years in jail, said today he was stepping aside from his church duties.

From The42 Uncapped Byrne and Beirne in Ireland squad for summer tour to Australia After The Slam

Uncapped Byrne and Beirne in Ireland squad for summer tour to Australia

Also included is John Cooney after an outstanding season for Ulster since winning his first cap last summer.

US diplomat suffers brain injury after hearing 'abnormal' sound while working in China

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that the injuries are similar to those suffered by a diplomat in Cuba.

The 5 at 5: Wednesday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Irish Rail confirms no trains between Dalkey and Greystones this weekend

Extensive fire damage was done to signalling equipment last week.

Police officer saves seven people - including mother and baby - from burning building

PC Neil Dobson tied up his loyal police dog, Monty, outside before rushing into the building.