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Sunday 29 March, 2015

The militant behind the Tunisia museum massacre has been killed

21 tourists were killed in the attack on the Bardo Museum.

From The42 How well do you remember Ireland’s footballing foes? Quiz

How well do you remember Ireland’s footballing foes?

Ahead of Martin O’Neill’s side’s key clash with Poland tonight, we recall some of their past challenges.

Imagine how terrifying it is for a child to become homeless

Too many families are facing homelessness. Why are we allowing this to continue?

Air Canada jet skids off Halifax runway, at least 23 injured Air Canada This post contains videos

Air Canada jet skids off Halifax runway, at least 23 injured

Two of the passengers required “urgent attention” but most were treated for minor cuts and bruises.

From Business ETC Want to speed up your typing on your smartphone? Here’s how TechKnowHow

Want to speed up your typing on your smartphone? Here’s how

We use it all the time, but there are ways of speeding up the process.

From Business ETC At last… A solution to that age-old ketchup-from-a-bottle problem

At last… A solution to that age-old ketchup-from-a-bottle problem

Science has come up with a flawless solution – but ketchup companies, so far, are holding out on adopting it.

Russia’s heavy drinkers turn to cleaning products over money woes

One doctor says he has noticed a “wave” of complications.

WATCH: Gardaí probe cause of barge fire at Grand Canal Dock Up In Flames This post contains videos

WATCH: Gardaí probe cause of barge fire at Grand Canal Dock

Dublinc Fire Brigade put out the fire in the early hours of this morning.

From The42 How Rory McIlroy is using his fame and fortune to restore the Irish Open’s glory days Driving Force

How Rory McIlroy is using his fame and fortune to restore the Irish Open’s glory days

We spoke to the tournament’s director about its revival ahead the event’s return to Royal County Down.

Sitdown Sunday: Meet the most talented snooker player in the world

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

63-year-old pedestrian hospitalised after being struck by car in Louth

The incident occurred yesterday evening and the woman has been transferred to Beaumont Hospital.

Poll: Should the government give financial support to Irish bands? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should the government give financial support to Irish bands?

TD Mick Wallace says they need more support so they’re not relying on the dole.

From Business ETC Here’s everything you need to know about business this week The Briefcase

Here’s everything you need to know about business this week

Everyone was talking about falling house prices, a big payday and how to make it rich.

The 9 at 9: Sunday

Here’s everything you need to know as you start your Sunday.

Did you remember? Clocks went forward overnight

It may be later than you think.

Irish Water had to destroy 859,099 PPS numbers and it’s still not finished doing it…

The company said it could not yet reveal the cost of deleting the PPSN.

BBC chief receives death threats over sacking of Jeremy Clarkson

It has been reported that Tony Hall’s home has been under 24-hour guard since the threats were made.

Local authorities have kept on just 27 JobBridge interns

That’s out of more than 1,200 who have completed placement with county councils.

From The42 ‘Wes Hoolahan is a player who’s always divided fans — a lot of them see him as messianic’ Interview

‘Wes Hoolahan is a player who’s always divided fans — a lot of them see him as messianic’

Two regular Norwich watchers tell The42 about the Ireland player’s new lease of life at club level.

Mick Wallace: Irish bands need more support so they don’t rely on the dole

“Most of those starting their careers in the cultural industries recognise the dole as a necessary fact of life.”

Woman who attached ‘unhealthy relationship’ to Graham Dwyer trial was banned from court

It is believed that Graham Dwyer has received many letters from women in his 18 months at Cloverhill Prison.

Planning to get your bike out for the bright evenings? You should probably read this

Cyclists are most likely to be injured from May to September.

Saturday 28 March, 2015

Keep me a seat: People tell us why they sat through 45 days of Graham Dwyer trial

Every day crowds of people queued outside the court in order to get a seat, but why? We asked people who attended “from day one”.

Don’t be late! The clocks go forward tonight

A handy public service reminder from TheJournal.ie

A rural town has a racism problem, but is fighting it

A taxi driver was robbed and attacked in Letterkenny.

Here’s What Happened Today: Saturday

Children hospitalised after bus overturns, explosives found outside Dundalk and couple tie the knot in a supermarket.

Photos: This couple just got married in a Morrisons supermarket Seen It All This post contains images

QUIZ: Who threatened whom with a wedgie? Test your knowledge of the week…

…In which there were Simpsons references in the Dáil and a final, final deadline for Irish Water registration

How many school flags will mark 2016? It’s the week in numbers

Plus: How long did Clarkson’s attack on his producer last?

Children in hospital after bus with 26 on board overturned in Donegal

No serious injuries have been reported.

As it happened: Dublin v Derry, Division 1 football league

It’s the Dubs against the Oak Leaf county today.

From Business ETC Everyone is talking about Periscope, but what is it? Scope It Out

Everyone is talking about Periscope, but what is it?

Can’t keep up with all these Periscopes and Meerkats.

Group of Independents want to strip politicians of some power and revive rural Ireland

The group held talks today to discuss a possible alliance based on shared principles.

It’s time you met the Sparklemuffin spider Daw

The 5 at 5: Saturday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…