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Today’s News

RTÉ accused of neglecting child safety in war of words with Tusla ahead of Prime Time creche exposé

The RTÉ documentary about the Hyde and Seek chain was broadcast on 24 July.

Yesterday’s News

'Returnships' to be introduced to help women get back into the workforce

Minster Regina Doherty said women often lack the “confidence and belief in themselves” to return to work after a long period of time.

From The42 'I just remember the pain of being so completely lost' - How a lifelong wanderer rediscovered his path Saved

'I just remember the pain of being so completely lost' - How a lifelong wanderer rediscovered his path

Des McAleenan has travelled the world as a goalkeeping coach but his current role has helped him rebuild both his life and love of the game.

'Lost for words': Murdered homeless man remembered as talented chef and friend to many

Hourihane was beaten to death in a “tented village” in Cork city.

Flights, electricity, and Anglo-Irish travel: Things that will be fine in a no-deal Brexit

There aren’t many, but there are elements that will be fine in a no-deal Brexit.

Here's What Happened Today: Sunday

Here’s what made the headlines today.

Saoirse McHugh: Fast fashion is hard to escape, but it is damaging our environment

There is no room, environmentally or socially, for fast fashion anymore, writes Saoirse McHugh of the Green Party.

From The42 'Some of the generals wanted me executed and that sort of craic' A Rugby Life

'Some of the generals wanted me executed and that sort of craic'

Willie Anderson’s career took him to places far more frightening than the teeth of an All Black haka.

How I Spend My Money: A 28-year-old engineer on €40,000 trying to save money while renting in Dublin

The young engineer is trying to balance saving while enjoying an active social life

'The clock is ticking': EU warns a lot of work to be done before Brexit deal

He even hinted he may even have to ‘eat my words’ and support a plan close to May’s rejected agreement.

Body recovered during search operation for fisherman (24) off Cork coast

According to gardaí, formal identification has yet to take place.

‘You really don’t give a f**k’: The week in quotes

Here’s what was said and who said what this week.

Gardaí appeal for witnesses following murder of man in Cork city

The State Pathologist has been notified and the scene is currently preserved.

Boy 'traumatised' after father shot in both ankles in front of him during west Belfast attack

The paramilitary-style attack occurred shortly after 10.30pm when three masked men forced their way into the home.

From The42 Davy Fitz's Sixmilebridge side celebrate Clare hurling glory with win over Cratloe Bridge Brilliance

Davy Fitz's Sixmilebridge side celebrate Clare hurling glory with win over Cratloe

A fourth title in seven years for Sixmilebridge this afternoon.

Woman seriously injured in Clare cliff jumping accident airlifted to hospital

She’s understood to have jumped around 10 metres when she got into difficulty.

Heavy downpours expected as Status Yellow warning issued for 20 counties

The weather is expected to remain unsettled for the rest of the week.

Young women dragged into laneway and sexually assaulted in Omagh

The woman has been left “deeply traumatised” by the attack.

'Suddenly everything just exploded' - Bonnie Greer on sticking up for Ireland on the BBC Special Relationship This post contains videos

'Suddenly everything just exploded' - Bonnie Greer on sticking up for Ireland on the BBC

The US-born writer said the reaction to her comments

From The42 Ireland to face favourites New Zealand in Rugby World Cup quarter-finals Showdown

Ireland to face favourites New Zealand in Rugby World Cup quarter-finals

Joe Schmidt’s side will take on the number one team in the world in Tokyo next Saturday.

Gardaí investigating prominent Irish sportsman over alleged sexual assault in Dublin

The alleged sexual assault happened at 9pm on Friday night in Drimnagh.

Maths Week: The solutions to all of the puzzles

Here are all the answers to the Maths Week puzzles posted yesterday.

New 24-hour mental health information line launched to help people access services

The Your Mental Health information line can be reached on 1800 742 444.

Families of Islamic State supporters escape Syria displacement camp, officials say

The displacement camps host some 12,000 foreigners – 8,000 children and 4,000 women.

Poll: Do you pray? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you pray?

Five people have been made saints today by the catholic church.

US diplomat's wife at centre of UK fatal crash row says she's 'devastated by this tragic accident'

Harry Dunn (19) died when his motorbike crashed into a car outside and RAF base.

From The42 IRFU refute 'scurrilous allegation' that they were opposed to rearranging Japan v Scotland match RWC2019

IRFU refute 'scurrilous allegation' that they were opposed to rearranging Japan v Scotland match

The union have hit back at a report in the Sunday Times.

The 9 at 9: Sunday

Here’s all the news you need to know as you start your day.

Sitdown Sunday: 'All that's left in the homes are the elderly, weak women, and children'

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

A British cardinal who helped found UCD is to become a saint today

Pope Francis will create five new saints today.

The Irish For: The varieties of cailín and the deductive Coleen Rooney

Coleen is derived from cailín, the Irish word for a girl, writes Darach Ó Séaghdha.

Typhoon Hagibis moves off Japan but at least 14 are dead amid flooding and devastation

Japan’s military deployed 27,000 troops to aid rescue operations.

From The42 Ireland have been hamstrung by conservatism for far too long Analysis

Ireland have been hamstrung by conservatism for far too long

Mick McCarthy’s side could only draw with Georgia in Tbilisi on Saturday.

Timeline: How the DUP went from 'blood red lines' to a Brexit compromise

The DUP position changed dramatically when Boris Johnson published his Brexit plan.

Cyclist seriously injured and driver arrested after crash on the Ring of Kerry

The driver of the car was arrested by investigating garda for suspected dangerous driving.

'It's like I'm in a prison': Fears citizenship applications are facing years-long backlogs

A High Court ruling in July has halted the processing of citizenship applications.

NTA says it would like to expand free public transport for kids after 'phenomenal' summer uptake

Irish Rail, Luas, Bus Eireann and Go Ahead all saw child journey’s jump by over 100% during Kids Go Free August initiative.

From The42 Game ON! Scotland's clash with Japan given the go-ahead in Yokohama CONFIRMED

Upgrade works due to be completed at Direct Provision centre in July still haven't started

Residents in Clondalkin Towers say they have been told that the works may not commence until next year.

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