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Quiz: How well do you know your Irish crisps?
# Quiz
# Quiz

Quiz: How well do you know your Irish crisps?

28 minutes ago 5,815 Views 7 Comments

Open up a nice bag of quizps.

Here's what happened today: Sunday
# News Fix
# News Fix

Here's what happened today: Sunday

1 hour ago 2,379 Views 1 Comment

Your roundup of what made the headlines.

Ten Hag: 'I wouldn't bring him in because we are 4-0 down out of respect for Cristiano'
# CRUMBLED
From The42
# CRUMBLED

Ten Hag: 'I wouldn't bring him in because we are 4-0 down out of respect for Cristiano'

Updated 2 hours ago 21,064 Views 9 Comments

Manchester United manager explains why Portugal legend didn’t play as Roy Keane says club should have let him leave in summer.

Money Diaries: A retail manager on €48K in Dublin living at home and saving for a home
# HISMM
# HISMM

Money Diaries: A retail manager on €48K in Dublin living at home and saving for a home

2 hours ago 15,174 Views 4 Comments

This week our reader is busy doing different shifts and is trying to save for a home.

Motorcyclist (50s) dies after collision with a car in Louth
# RIP
# RIP

Motorcyclist (50s) dies after collision with a car in Louth

2 hours ago 9,896 Views 5 Comments

Gardaí and emergency services attended the scene of a fatal traffic collision on the R132 in Dunleer.

'Fans died in players' arms': At least 125 dead after stampede at Indonesian football stadium
# Indonesia
# Indonesia

'Fans died in players' arms': At least 125 dead after stampede at Indonesian football stadium

Updated 3 hours ago 50,807 Views 17 Comments

The death toll was revised from 175 because of double counting.

Northern Ireland minister of state apologises for past ‘ferocious’ Brexit stance
# Brexit
# Brexit

Northern Ireland minister of state apologises for past ‘ferocious’ Brexit stance

4 hours ago 20,094 Views 19 Comments

Steve Baker MP told the Conservative Party conference that ministers needed to act with ‘humility’ to restore relationships with Ireland and the EU.

No Mannion but Shane Walsh hits 0-8 as Kilmacud steady ship to reach Dublin final
# GALWAYBOY
From The42
# GALWAYBOY

No Mannion but Shane Walsh hits 0-8 as Kilmacud steady ship to reach Dublin final

4 hours ago 18,492 Views 0 Comments

The defending champions beat Thomas Davis to progress to the Dublin Senior Football Championship decider for the third time in five years.

Man shot dead in busy Belfast clubhouse as people watched football on TV
# Belfast
# Belfast

Man shot dead in busy Belfast clubhouse as people watched football on TV

Updated 4 hours ago 45,099 Views 0 Comments

The incident happened at the clubhouse of Donegal Celtic Football Club on the Suffolk Road in west Belfast.

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Mind your manor: Historic house with Guinness connections – yours for €2.95 million
Nine European heads say they 'will never recognise' annexed parts of Ukraine as Russian
# Russian Invasion
# Russian Invasion

Nine European heads say they 'will never recognise' annexed parts of Ukraine as Russian

Updated 5 hours ago 27,258 Views 17 Comments

Russia’s loss of Lyman is a new blow to the Kremlin as it seeks to escalate the war by illegally annexing four regions of Ukraine.

Some Trump staffers still have documents to be given to National Archives
# USA
# USA

Some Trump staffers still have documents to be given to National Archives

5 hours ago 8,585 Views 13 Comments

A letter from the acting US archivist said some staffers had used private electronic messaging accounts to conduct official business, and not turned those messages over as required by law.

Orlene upgraded to Category Four hurricane as it heads for Mexico
# Hurricane Orlene
# Hurricane Orlene

Orlene upgraded to Category Four hurricane as it heads for Mexico

6 hours ago 10,736 Views 0 Comments

Orlene is due to make landfall tomorrow night.

Hat-tricks for Foden and Haaland as Man City surge to 6-3 derby victory
# Local Rivals
From The42
# Local Rivals

Hat-tricks for Foden and Haaland as Man City surge to 6-3 derby victory

6 hours ago 23,797 Views 58 Comments

Man City are now within a point of Premier League leaders Arsenal.

Top scorer? Most appearances? Analysing Ireland's last 8 games under Stephen Kenny
# Looking Back
From The42
# Looking Back

Top scorer? Most appearances? Analysing Ireland's last 8 games under Stephen Kenny

Updated 7 hours ago 10,101 Views 5 Comments

The Boys in Green have had some mixed results in recent times.

Taoiseach confirms pay-as-you-go utility customers will not be disconnected if unable to top up
# Disconnection Moratorium
# Disconnection Moratorium

Taoiseach confirms pay-as-you-go utility customers will not be disconnected if unable to top up

7 hours ago 15,844 Views 19 Comments

Mick Barry TD raised concerns about the disconnection moratorium for pay-as-you-go customers.

Voting under way in highly polarised Brazilian election
# Bolsonaro V Lula
# Bolsonaro V Lula

Voting under way in highly polarised Brazilian election

Updated 7 hours ago 5,504 Views 4 Comments

The race pits incumbent President Jair Bolsonaro against his political nemesis, former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva.

Nord Stream 1 pipelines have stopped leaking, says Denmark
# Nord Stream
# Nord Stream

Nord Stream 1 pipelines have stopped leaking, says Denmark

8 hours ago 7,310 Views 3 Comments

Undersea blasts that damaged the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines in the Baltic Sea this week have led to huge methane leaks.

State is now the biggest actor in housing, says Taoiseach
# Gaffs
# Gaffs

State is now the biggest actor in housing, says Taoiseach

Updated 9 hours ago 14,556 Views 39 Comments

Micheál Martin blasted the number of objections by politicians to new developments in their areas.

Swiss police fire rubber bullets to disperse anti-Iranian protests
# Iran Protests
# Iran Protests

Swiss police fire rubber bullets to disperse anti-Iranian protests

Updated 10 hours ago 12,293 Views 5 Comments

Officers said two demonstrators who climbed over the fence at the Iranian Embassy in Bern were detained.

Student: 'In a country with top universities, it's disgraceful that we have nowhere to live'
# Student Accommodation
# Student Accommodation

Student: 'In a country with top universities, it's disgraceful that we have nowhere to live'

Updated 10 hours ago 27,208 Views 43 Comments

Students deserve more than just barely surviving in college, says Mairead Maguire.

Poll: Do you think there should be further regulation of short-term lets?
# Your Say
# Your Say

Poll: Do you think there should be further regulation of short-term lets?

11 hours ago 17,665 Views 24 Comments

Have your say.

Colourised photographs bring Irish Civil War to life in new way
# Life In Colour
# Life In Colour

Colourised photographs bring Irish Civil War to life in new way

12 hours ago 22,759 Views 6 Comments

We have a selection of the images from a new collection.

Truss admits mistakes over mini-budget but stands by tax-cutting package
# Tory Conference
# Tory Conference

Truss admits mistakes over mini-budget but stands by tax-cutting package

Updated 12 hours ago 23,543 Views 18 Comments

Truss rejected calls to sack Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng over his mini-budget turmoil.

Sinéad O'Connor's legacy: 'This young woman from Dublin created so much reaction across the world'
# Nothing Compares
# Nothing Compares

Sinéad O'Connor's legacy: 'This young woman from Dublin created so much reaction across the world'

12 hours ago 25,356 Views 0 Comments

We speak to the director of a new documentary about Sinéad O’Connor, called Nothing Compares.

Sitdown Sunday: Who was the real Marilyn Monroe?
# 7 Great Reads
# 7 Great Reads

Sitdown Sunday: Who was the real Marilyn Monroe?

13 hours ago 12,801 Views 6 Comments

Settle back in a comfy chair and sit back with some of the week’s best longreads.

Sinn Féin remains most popular party as coalition fails to receive budget bounce
# Opinion Poll
# Opinion Poll

Sinn Féin remains most popular party as coalition fails to receive budget bounce

13 hours ago 19,450 Views 95 Comments

Sinn Féin have hit a record high of 37% support in the Ireland Thinks poll.

'When you get a Stuart Lancaster, you get a Klopp, a Guardiola, the best coach in world rugby'
# Goodbye Ruby Stuesday
From The42
# Goodbye Ruby Stuesday

'When you get a Stuart Lancaster, you get a Klopp, a Guardiola, the best coach in world rugby'

14 hours ago 17,793 Views 9 Comments

Leinster made an inspired choice when they appointed Stuart Lancaster in 2016 – they now face an even harder task to find his replacement.

Florida death toll rises to 47 amid struggle to recover from Hurricane Ian
# Hurricane Ian
# Hurricane Ian

Florida death toll rises to 47 amid struggle to recover from Hurricane Ian

14 hours ago 14,132 Views 0 Comments

Hundreds of thousands of people were still sweltering without power days after the monster storm.

'It was too strong. It wasn't a word I should have used' - Stephen Kenny in reflective mood
# Zeroin
From The42
# Zeroin

'It was too strong. It wasn't a word I should have used' - Stephen Kenny in reflective mood

15 hours ago 34,831 Views 18 Comments

The Ireland manager admits his frustration at how the Nations League ended, as he eyes more clean sheets in Euro 2024 campaign.

New radar project to track jets and drones across Irish airspace could cost €300 million
# Primary Defence
# Primary Defence

New radar project to track jets and drones across Irish airspace could cost €300 million

22 hours ago 23,951 Views 51 Comments

The radar systems would be able to detect jets and drones at a range of altitutes.

Yesterday's News

Quiz: How much do you know about Disney?
# Test Yourself
# Test Yourself

Quiz: How much do you know about Disney?

Sat 10:00 PM 35,092 Views 12 Comments

Hot dog, hot dog, hot diggity dog!

Pro-unity Ireland's Future event draws big crowd as Leo and Mary Lou preach to the converted
# United Ireland
# United Ireland

Pro-unity Ireland's Future event draws big crowd as Leo and Mary Lou preach to the converted

Sat 9:01 PM 35,034 Views 45 Comments

The two were among five party leaders at today’s event.

Here's what happened today: Saturday
# The Fix
# The Fix

Here's what happened today: Saturday

Sat 9:00 PM 7,118 Views 0 Comments

Your roundup of what made the headlines.

Na Fianna reach first Dublin final since 2005 after 10-point win over Ballyboden
# Dublin SFC
From The42
# Dublin SFC

Na Fianna reach first Dublin final since 2005 after 10-point win over Ballyboden

Sat 8:02 PM 27,374 Views 4 Comments

The senior double is still on for the Glasnevin club.

Dublin Citizens' Assembly votes to recommend directly elected mayor with significant powers
# Citizens Assembly
# Citizens Assembly

Dublin Citizens' Assembly votes to recommend directly elected mayor with significant powers

Sat 8:00 PM 8,837 Views 13 Comments

At its final meeting today, members of the assembly voted on what recommendations to make in a report to be sent to the Oireachtas.

Larry Donnelly: There are two conflicting narratives emerging ahead of the US midterms
# US Politics
# US Politics

Larry Donnelly: There are two conflicting narratives emerging ahead of the US midterms

Sat 8:00 PM 13,780 Views 11 Comments

Our columnist looks at the key battles in the US ahead of November’s vote.

Man charged with murdering nine-year-old Olivia Pratt-Korbel in Liverpool

Man charged with murdering nine-year-old Olivia Pratt-Korbel in Liverpool

Sat 7:52 PM 21,941 Views 0 Comments

Thomas Cashman, of West Derby, is accused of killing the youngster.

Russia suspends gas to Italy after 'problem' in Austria
# Gazprom
# Gazprom

Russia suspends gas to Italy after 'problem' in Austria

Sat 7:43 PM 33,311 Views 14 Comments

Before the war in Ukraine, Italy imported 95 percent of its gas, about 45 percent of which came from Russia.

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