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Teenage woman arrested after discovery of injured man
# Limerick
# Limerick

Teenage woman arrested after discovery of injured man

1 hour ago 15,586 Views 0 Comments

The man was found with serious head injuries on Friday in Westfield Park, Limerick.

Lynn Boylan: Illegal sale of puppies online can no longer be ignored
# Opinion
# Opinion

Lynn Boylan: Illegal sale of puppies online can no longer be ignored

1 hour ago 7,866 Views 0 Comments

The Sinn Féin senator says new legislation to stop the sale of dogs online is not being enforced.

Submarine row runs deeper as Australia had 'deep and grave concerns' for French vessels
# Australia
# Australia

Submarine row runs deeper as Australia had 'deep and grave concerns' for French vessels

1 hour ago 13,340 Views 18 Comments

A diplomatic row has broken out between France and Australia after Morrison’s Government withdrew from a deal.

Space tourist trip to orbit ends with splashdown
# Space
# Space

Space tourist trip to orbit ends with splashdown

2 hours ago 10,964 Views 14 Comments

The SpaceX capsule carrying four space tourists landed in the Atlantic after three days in orbit.

The Taoiseach is heading to NYC for a busy schedule of UN events (and will also drop by 30 Rock)
# New York New York
# New York New York

The Taoiseach is heading to NYC for a busy schedule of UN events (and will also drop by 30 Rock)

2 hours ago 12,901 Views 18 Comments

The Taoiseach will chair a meeting of the UN Security Council on Thursday.

Explainer: What's happening with Covid vaccine trials for children under 12?
# Covid19
# Covid19

Explainer: What's happening with Covid vaccine trials for children under 12?

3 hours ago 7,733 Views 1 Comment

The US may begin its rollout to younger children before the end of the year.

Ireland keep the faith as squad look to put Spain horror show behind them
# Under Pressure
From The42
# Under Pressure

Ireland keep the faith as squad look to put Spain horror show behind them

3 hours ago 11,170 Views 2 Comments

Ireland take on Italy at 2pm in Parma today in a World Cup Qualifier fixture.

'Perfect storm': Supply chain woes to continue as shoppers told to batten down hatches into 2022
# Shipping Crunch
# Shipping Crunch

'Perfect storm': Supply chain woes to continue as shoppers told to batten down hatches into 2022

10 hours ago 46,472 Views 26 Comments
  • Irish bathroom and furniture businesses have been hit hard by the global transport crisis, a new report highlights.
  • Blockages at European ports like Antwerp and Rotterdam have particularly hurt Irish firms.
  • Disruption and elevated shipping costs are expected to last until at least the second quarter of 2022.
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Yesterday’s News

Quiz: How much do you know about horses?
# Whinny
# Whinny

Quiz: How much do you know about horses?

12 hours ago 28,907 Views 11 Comments

Neigh!

'I don’t care what it looks like, a trophy is what this squad needs'
# Want
From The42
# Want

'I don’t care what it looks like, a trophy is what this squad needs'

12 hours ago 23,747 Views 7 Comments

Jordi Murphy lays out his idea of a successful season for Ulster, who will be greatly boosted by the arrival of Duane Vermeulen.

'Will this be Opportunity Lost 2.0?': State must 'learn from mistakes' of past redress schemes
# Magdalene Laundries
# Magdalene Laundries

'Will this be Opportunity Lost 2.0?': State must 'learn from mistakes' of past redress schemes

14 hours ago 8,284 Views 0 Comments

A new book explores Magdalene laundries and the State’s response to institutional abuse.

Here's What Happened Today: Saturday
# News Fix
# News Fix

Here's What Happened Today: Saturday

14 hours ago 10,711 Views 2 Comments

Here’s what made the headlines today.

Opinion: As our population ages, palliative care will become increasingly important
# Palliative Care Week
# Palliative Care Week

Opinion: As our population ages, palliative care will become increasingly important

14 hours ago 10,427 Views 10 Comments

Dr Peter May and Professor Charles Normand say palliative care in Ireland must be expanded now to meet current and future needs.

‘Sorry is not enough’, says survivor of US drone strike killings
# Kabul
# Kabul

‘Sorry is not enough’, says survivor of US drone strike killings

14 hours ago 12,506 Views 21 Comments

Ten members of one family, including seven children, were killed in error by the US hellfire missile.

Climate change: number of people displaced by extreme weather events likely 'underestimated'
# The Good Information Project
# The Good Information Project

Climate change: number of people displaced by extreme weather events likely 'underestimated'

15 hours ago 6,436 Views 5 Comments

Some 859,000 Europeans will be displaced by climate change per year, according to recent estimates.

Notre Dame finally declared stable enough for rebuild to begin
# France
# France

Notre Dame finally declared stable enough for rebuild to begin

15 hours ago 15,412 Views 11 Comments

Work to secure the historic landmark began the day after a fire tore through it in April 2019.

36 US congress members call on UK prime minister to ‘reverse’ Troubles amnesty plan
# Boris Johnson
# Boris Johnson

36 US congress members call on UK prime minister to ‘reverse’ Troubles amnesty plan

16 hours ago 18,978 Views 13 Comments

The legislators expressed concern that it will damage the British-Irish relationship and deprive people of justice.

Sadio Mané hits 100th Liverpool goal as Jurgen Klopp’s side see off Crystal Palace
# TON UP
From The42
# TON UP

Sadio Mané hits 100th Liverpool goal as Jurgen Klopp’s side see off Crystal Palace

16 hours ago 14,675 Views 11 Comments

The 3-0 victory saw the Senegal forward score in nine consecutive games against the same opponent.

Gardaí investigate serious injuries to man in Limerick incident
# Limerick
# Limerick

Gardaí investigate serious injuries to man in Limerick incident

16 hours ago 18,782 Views 0 Comments

The man was discovered with serious injuries at 10pm last night.

'No tickets have been punched for that plane yet, so everything is to play for'
# Point To Prove
From The42
# Point To Prove

'No tickets have been punched for that plane yet, so everything is to play for'

Updated 17 hours ago 14,454 Views 2 Comments

After Ireland’s shock defeat to Spain, captain Ciara Griffin says the squad are determined to give a better account of themselves against Italy.

All water treatment plants to be audited after at least 52 people fall ill
# Irish Water
# Irish Water

All water treatment plants to be audited after at least 52 people fall ill

17 hours ago 22,070 Views 25 Comments

Minister Darragh O’Brien said he is “pretty angry” at the failures at the plants serving people in Dublin and Wexford.

Garda in hospital following motorbike crash in Dublin
# Drumcondra
# Drumcondra

Garda in hospital following motorbike crash in Dublin

18 hours ago 40,395 Views 19 Comments

The garda was taken to the Mater Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Mayor of Limerick: city's €337m regeneration project has 'failed'
# Limerick
# Limerick

Mayor of Limerick: city's €337m regeneration project has 'failed'

19 hours ago 44,905 Views 30 Comments

Regeneration came in the wake of a deadly gangland feud which claimed more than 20 lives.

Satellite photos show North Korea expanding uranium enrichment plant
# Yongbyon
# Yongbyon

Satellite photos show North Korea expanding uranium enrichment plant

19 hours ago 15,614 Views 21 Comments

North Korea calls the complex “the heart” of its nuclear programme.

Coveney to meet women at centre of Defence Forces sex abuse claims
# Women Of Honour
# Women Of Honour

Coveney to meet women at centre of Defence Forces sex abuse claims

19 hours ago 10,252 Views 15 Comments

The women have called for an independent inquiry into the allegations.

Coronavirus: 1,456 new cases confirmed in Ireland
# DAILY FIGURES
# DAILY FIGURES

Coronavirus: 1,456 new cases confirmed in Ireland

20 hours ago 38,692 Views 35 Comments

261 people are in hospital with the coronavirus disease, including 66 in ICU.

Controversial pandemic campaigner Dolores Cahill no longer employed at UCD
# Dolores Cahill
# Dolores Cahill

Controversial pandemic campaigner Dolores Cahill no longer employed at UCD

20 hours ago 128,826 Views 0 Comments

Dolores Cahill had been a professor at the UCD faculty of Medicine.

Three blasts kill at least two in Afghanistan's Jalalabad
# Nangarhar Province
# Nangarhar Province

Three blasts kill at least two in Afghanistan's Jalalabad

21 hours ago 9,879 Views 6 Comments

Jalalabad is the capital of Nangarhar, the heartland of the Islamic State group’s Afghanistan branch.

Pop-up vaccination centres to open on college campuses
# Pop Vaccine Centres
# Pop Vaccine Centres

Pop-up vaccination centres to open on college campuses

22 hours ago 11,656 Views 6 Comments

Paul Reid said that hospital numbers beginning to fall but intensive care numbers are rising.

Police injured, hundreds arrested in Melbourne anti-lockdown protest
# Australia
# Australia

Police injured, hundreds arrested in Melbourne anti-lockdown protest

23 hours ago 23,260 Views 30 Comments

Police made 200 arrests as six officers were taken to hospital in the clashes.

10 years on: The inside story of Dublin's 2011 All-Ireland final win
# Age Of Empires
From The42
# Age Of Empires

10 years on: The inside story of Dublin's 2011 All-Ireland final win

Sat 10:00 AM 23,576 Views 28 Comments

Paul Flynn, Barry Cahill and Kevin Nolan relive the day that launched Dublin football’s greatest era.

Poll: Do you plan on starting your Christmas shopping early to avoid delivery delays?
# Your Say
# Your Say

Poll: Do you plan on starting your Christmas shopping early to avoid delivery delays?

Sat 9:53 AM 33,887 Views 50 Comments

Consumer growth is having a profound impact on global supply chains.

Ivermectin is not a proven treatment for Covid - so what's behind the demand in Ireland?
# Explainer
# Explainer

Ivermectin is not a proven treatment for Covid - so what's behind the demand in Ireland?

Sat 9:30 AM 22,854 Views 0 Comments

Health authorities across the world have warned of potentially serious side effects associated with improper use.

Hungary opposition hopes new primary system will help oust Orban
# Hungary
# Hungary

Hungary opposition hopes new primary system will help oust Orban

Sat 8:23 AM 10,536 Views 15 Comments

A six party alliance will take on Viktor Orban’s Fidesz Party today.

'I'd loved to have played for Tyrone - I'm so proud of them winning last week's All-Ireland'
# Crossing The Line
From The42
# Crossing The Line

'I'd loved to have played for Tyrone - I'm so proud of them winning last week's All-Ireland'

Sat 8:00 AM 49,758 Views 12 Comments

Irish rugby legend sees parallels with Tyrone’s All-Ireland winners and his all-conquering Ulster team of the ’80s.

Jamie Oliver: Three delicious new recipes for sharing with loved ones
# Saturday Serving
# Saturday Serving

Jamie Oliver: Three delicious new recipes for sharing with loved ones

Sat 8:00 AM 29,948 Views 7 Comments

The world-renowned chef shares three delicious recipes from his new book, Together.

Man arrested as cocaine and cannabis seized in Cork raid
# Cork
# Cork

Man arrested as cocaine and cannabis seized in Cork raid

Sat 7:52 AM 16,136 Views 17 Comments

A man in his 60s is being questioned at Gurranbraher Garda station on the city’s northside.

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