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Today’s News

Earthquake kills at least eight people in Turkey

At least 21 people have been injured.

Poll: Who do you think will challenge Donald Trump for president this November? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Who do you think will challenge Donald Trump for president this November?

The race for the White House is heating up.

Two killed during Mardi Gras parades in New Orleans

The carnival season is nearing its traditional all-out Fat Tuesday celebration.

From The42 'Only one team can win a league or a cup, but everyone can do good things in their area' GIVING BACK

'Only one team can win a league or a cup, but everyone can do good things in their area'

Bohemians and Derry City are just two of many League of Ireland clubs doing good work in their local communities.

'This is just the tipping point': The cost of being a student in Ireland has skyrocketed in the past decade

Students protested this week in UCD on more than one occasion about the high cost of rent.

Man (30s) dies in Clare road crash RIP

Man (30s) dies in Clare road crash

The incident happeed at around 3am this morning.

The 9 at 9: Sunday

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

Sitdown Sunday: Why we get the 'Sunday scaries' before work 7 Deadly Reads This post contains a poll

Sitdown Sunday: Why we get the 'Sunday scaries' before work

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

The Irish For: 'Tis far from pizza and spaghetti we were reared

Darach Ó Séaghdha asks what words for foreign foods tell us about Ireland.

Italian top-flight football matches postponed due to coronavirus

A dozen towns in northern Italy effectively went into lockdown on Saturday after the deaths of two people.

From The42 'I knew that I couldn't be selfish anymore. It was time to put my family first' Kevin Foley

'I knew that I couldn't be selfish anymore. It was time to put my family first'

Kevin Foley could have kept a handy number coaching in Wolves’ academy. Instead, the former Republic of Ireland international tells The42 why he has taken on a completely different challenge in America.

'I miss her voice': Family of missing Esra Uryun appeal to Skoda driver and walkers in Bray

Esra Uyrun left her home on the morning of 23 February 2011.

Bernie Sanders wins Nevada and pulls further away from rivals

The Vermont senator tapped into the state’s Latino community.

From The42 'Any time that you are able to lift a trophy for your country is huge' Triple Crown

'Any time that you are able to lift a trophy for your country is huge'

Ireland are on the hunt for a Triple Crown against England at Twickenham today.

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Southside splendour for €1.95m in this beautifully restored Rathgar redbrick

'You're not screening for them': Concern that trafficked Irish children are falling through the cracks

The OSCE’s special representative for combating human trafficking said children in foster care or those who came from abusive backgrounds are particularly vulnerable.

Owners in Dublin development hit with €18k bill each for fire safety repairs

The developer of the Linden complex is in receivership.

Yesterday’s News

'Every single item has to earn its keep': Ireland's Oscar-nominated costume designer on how her job works

A look at how Consolata Boyle works on film sets around the world, and what we can learn from her job.

Quiz: Can you name these Irish towns from above?

Is it Ballybunion or Ballyshannon?

From The42 Both sides finish with 14 men as late Mannion goal steers Dublin to victory Winner Alright

Both sides finish with 14 men as late Mannion goal steers Dublin to victory

Dublin snatched a one-point win at Croke Park.

Here's What Happened Today: Saturday

Sinn Féin to host public rallies, yellow weather warning for tomorrow, and Michael O’Leary… here’s The Fix.

Coronavirus cruise ship passengers arrive back in the UK

The passengers will now go into quarantine in Wirral.

From The42 13 yellows and 3 reds as O'Connor brothers lead Wexford to late win over Dublin Model Victory

13 yellows and 3 reds as O'Connor brothers lead Wexford to late win over Dublin

Jack O’Connor bagged a late goal while Rory O’Connor shot 0-4.

Hundreds protest in London against extradition of Julian Assange

Assange is being held in Belmarsh Prison in south-east London as he awaits the start of next week’s full extradition hearing.

Sinn Féin organising public rallies to bring 'government for change to the people'

The locations on the agenda include Galway, Cork and Newry.

Investigation launched after robbery involving four men who threatened resident with a hurley

No arrests have been made and investigations are ongoing.

US Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders warns Russia 'to stay out of US presidential election'

The Vermont senator issued a statement following reports Russia was trying to help his campaign.

Gardaí renew appeal for witnesses after teenager died in single-vehicle collision

Gardaí are seeking a taxi driver who was travelling in the area at the time.

Status yellow rainfall warning issued for 15 counties with risk of 'snow in parts'

It is due to come into effect from 8pm on Sunday until 8am on Monday.

From The42 VAR officials admit mid-game that they made 'human error' in not red-carding Lo Celso In The Name Of

VAR officials admit mid-game that they made 'human error' in not red-carding Lo Celso

A challenge which for all the world looked like it warranted a red card went unpunished by VAR, who informed BT Sport mid-game that they got it wrong.

Missing teenager located safe and well following garda appeal

She was last seen on Monday but was located this afternoon.

WHO warns Africa is ill-equipped to deal with coronavirus due to 'weaker health systems'

There has been 200 suspected cases on the continent but nearly all have been confirmed negative.

Homeless man appears in court charged with London mosque knife attack

Prayer leader Raafat Maglad suffered a neck injury in the incident at London Central Mosque.

Opinion: Addressing the gender pay gap may cost Irish companies, but the costs of failing to do so are greater

Much is yet to be done to tackle inequality, writes Dr Michelle Cullen.

Social Democrats rule out going into a coalition government with Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael

Talks have been ongoing for more than a week now but there is no sign of a government being formed.

Female joggers held at knifepoint during aggravated robbery in Greystones

The latest incident happened on Thursday evening.

The Irish protocol puts the North at the centre of a complicated Venn diagram

Northern Ireland is “at the centre of a very complicated Venn diagram”, is how one academic put it.

Poll: When was the last time you visited a post office? Decline This post contains a poll

Poll: When was the last time you visited a post office?

There are currently 952 post offices in Ireland.

Garda appeal for witnesses after man (40s) dies in van crash RIP

Garda appeal for witnesses after man (40s) dies in van crash

The incident happened in the early hours of this morning.

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