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Thursday 21 September, 2017

Poll: Have you ever donated blood? Lunch Crunch This post contains a poll

Poll: Have you ever donated blood?

Give it to us straight. Be honest.

EU negotiator hits out at Boris Johnson for saying some young Britons have 'split allegiances'

Guy Verhofstadt told the Dáil that the EU will not allow Ireland to suffer because of Brexit.

Watchdog rules against Nissan ad that showed sister standing up to brother's bully Ads

Watchdog rules against Nissan ad that showed sister standing up to brother's bully

It did not, however, find the ad was gender stereotyping or that the images were inappropriate.

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From The42 O'Brien: 'We should have beaten the All Blacks 3-0. The coaches have a lot to answer for' Honest Reflection

O'Brien: 'We should have beaten the All Blacks 3-0. The coaches have a lot to answer for'

In a typically honest and straight talking interview, Sean O’Brien has strongly criticised the methods of Warren Gatland and his coaches during the summer’s Lions tour.

Appeal for witnesses to potential hit-and-run that left motorcyclist seriously injured

The incident occurred near the road works on the L3132, St Margaret’s Road, Swords.

Philippine president Duterte says he'll kill his own son if he is involved in drug trafficking

Protests have erupted in the Philippines over the controversial president’s war on drugs.

Poll: Would you be a stay-at-home parent if money was no object? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Would you be a stay-at-home parent if money was no object?

If money were no issue, would you prefer to spend all your time with your child?

Mexican rescuers race to free girl trapped under school rubble

The magnitude 7.1 quake has killed at least 245 people in central Mexico and injured over 2,000.

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The 9 at 9: Thursday

More flight cancellations may be on the way for Ryanair, and people on housing lists could move to the country – it’s the 9 at 9.

'You could grow rice in the field': Scramble to clean up Ploughing site after yesterday's flooding

New carparks have been set up for the final day of the Ploughing.

More flight cancellations could be on the way as nearly half of Ryanair pilots reject bonuses

A number of staff at the airline have rejected a bonus offer from management.

Judge tells authors of book on Kinahan cartel to improve their defence in defamation proceeding

Derek Cervi has taken defamation proceedings against the authors and publishers of the book ‘The Cartel’.

100 temporary jobs as office building at Dublin’s Charlemont Place gets facelift

The work is expected to be completed in Q2 of 2018.

Police make sixth arrest in connection with London Tube bomb attack

A 17-year-old male teenager was arrested in south London in the early hours of this morning.

Trump's former campaign manager offered to give 'private briefings' to a Russian billionaire

Paul Manafort worked as Trump’s manager during the 2016 presidential election campaign.

Budget 2018: 'There is a strong argument for increasing taxes in the budget'

Taxes and social contributions in Ireland are, on a per capita basis, lower than in every other high-income country, writes Tom McDonnell.

Want to donate blood more often? It doesn't have any major side effects

A major randomised trial could have an impact worldwide.

Here's what's on this Culture Night for families

We’ve got a round-up for you in advance of the event on Friday 22 September.

Smart meters to be rolled out across Ireland in 2019 - a year later than anticipated

All old electricity meters are to be replaced in what’s described as a ‘once-in-a-generation’ project.

'Rape can happen to anyone - we need to listen to people's stories'

A new documentary sees four women talking openly about their rapes and sexual assaults.

Government looking to develop app for serious weather alerts

Many said they were caught completely off guard by the weather in Donegal last month.

From The42 13 for Dublin and 12 for Mayo in 2017 All-Star football nominations Leading Lights

13 for Dublin and 12 for Mayo in 2017 All-Star football nominations

Tyrone, Kerry, Kildare, Down, Roscommon, Armagh, Monaghan and Donegal also have nominees.

Irish banks are at war over mortgage rates - which could be good for consumers

KBC has announced a new fixed mortgage rate offering.

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9 parents share their stories of breast vs bottle feeding - plus reasons to let toddlers play with your iPad

Those on city housing lists could be given the option to move to rural Ireland

The Housing Department is currently working on the new repopulation scheme.

Wednesday 20 September, 2017

Whole of Puerto Rico without power as Hurricane Maria hammers through the island

People calling local radio stations reported that doors were flying off hinges and a water tank flew away in the island’s southern region.

WWI German submarine wreck found off Belgium

The bodies of 22 sailors are understood to still be inside the wreckage.

'Thank you for filling my life with joy': Tributes paid to six-year-old who died in Grenfell fire

Yaqub Hashim is the latest child who died in the fire on 14 June to be identified.

From The42 'The latest staggering, embarrassing and sinister episode in a long-running soap opera' What A Mess

'The latest staggering, embarrassing and sinister episode in a long-running soap opera'

Mark Sampson’s dismissal reflects incredibly poorly on him but also on the organisation who has repeatedly stood by him.

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Use the Mytaxi app? You're going to have to pay a new €2 booking fee

The company said that the charge is an ‘industry-standard fee’.

FactFind: How do our personal tax bills compare to those living around the world?

There’s a lot of chat about what’s taken from our pay by Revenue at the moment – here are some facts.

Tom Clonan: 'Leo knows we get up early in the morning to bathe, toilet & spoonfeed our loved ones'

We need to radically transform the narrative around disability and equality, writes Tom Clonan.

Here's What Happened Today: Wednesday

Jimmy Magee dead at 82, Jobstown charges dropped and Wedding Dress Wednesday – it’s the Fix.

UCDSU president defends removal of abortion information from fresher's magazine

UCDSU president Katie Ascough said the decision was “in line with legal advice”.

From The42 The hectic lifestyle of an anaesthetist aiming to numb Dublin's All-Ireland pain Healing Hands

The hectic lifestyle of an anaesthetist aiming to numb Dublin's All-Ireland pain

All-Star Noelle Healy plays in her fourth consecutive All-Ireland final for Dublin this weekend.

'A completely different beast': A Met Éireann forecaster on how hurricanes can impact Irish weather

We spoke to Met Éireann’s Alan Hally at the National Ploughing Championships.

Ireland backs UN treaty banning nuclear weapons despite boycott from Nato

Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney signed the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons today.

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