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Today’s News

'Some small weapons': Trump plays down North Korean missile tests

The US President is in Japan ahead of a state visit.

It's a Yes: Ireland has voted resoundingly to pass the divorce referendum

An overwhelming 82% of the electorate voted in favour of changing divorce references in the Constitution.

From The42 Poacher: 'The suspension was ludicrous. We were absolutely destroyed in the media' Response

Poacher: 'The suspension was ludicrous. We were absolutely destroyed in the media'

The Carlow coach didn’t hold back when he gave his views on his recent suspension by the GAA.

How did SF and the Left fail to harness housing crisis anger into votes? Good question, says Mary Lou

Housing was one of the number one issues raised on the doorsteps during the campaign trail, said McDonald.

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Election count day 2: What can we expect today?

The story of Friday’s election is still being written.

Who is my local councillor? Here is a list of all the seats filled so far

A comprehensive list of everyone who has nabbed a seat.

As it happened: Almost 200 seats filled on local councils as counts get under way around country

All the data so far points to a Green surge in the Euro elections, meanwhile, with the party potentially claiming three seats.

Property values jumped €84 million per day in the last year

Dublin remains the most expensive property market in the country.

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'We never said we were there to solve the homeless crisis': CEO behind controversial co-living project speaks out

The company told TheJournal.ie that it was also considering Cork and Galway for co-living projects.

Department of Justice sounded warning over plans to almost double allowance for asylum seekers living in direct provision

Officials said changes to allow residents of asylum centres to work had created “most generous” system in EU.

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Yesterday’s News

Tory leadership contest in full swing as ex-minister Andrea Leadsom joins the race

Former Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab has also thrown his hat in the ring.

Making A Murderer's Dean Strang says true crime can be either 'destructive' or 'thought-provoking'

Dean Strang spoke to TheJournal.ie about the true-crime boom, the Irish judicial system, and the impact Trump has had on the courts.

From The42 Late Cregg point delivers stunning Roscommon win over Mayo Connacht SFC

Late Cregg point delivers stunning Roscommon win over Mayo

An early blitz and late precision brought Roscommon a first Championship win over Mayo for 18 years.

Here's What Happened Today: Saturday

Here’s what made the headlines on the first day of election counting.

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From The42 Leinster go back-to-back in the Pro14 as they edge Glasgow at Celtic Park Champions

Leinster go back-to-back in the Pro14 as they edge Glasgow at Celtic Park

Leo Cullen’s men secured their sixth title in the competition in tough conditions in Glasgow.

Green Party set to be major player in Dublin City Council as Sinn Féin takes hit in first count

So far five Green Party candidates have been elected to Dublin City Council.

'A private matter': No comment from Taoiseach as TD drops swing claim against Dublin hotel

The Irish Independent reports today that TD Maria Bailey has dropped her claim against The Dean hotel.

This opera is bringing the stories behind Ireland's direct provision system to life

The opera is based on a book which tells the stories of migrant women living in direct provision in Ireland.

Mary Lou McDonald: 'Sinn Féin aren't crybabies, today is the Greens' day'

McDonald said she is disappointed with her party’s results.

Gardaí appeal for information on mountain bike involved in murder of Jordan Davis

Gardaí said they would like to speak to any person who may have had this type bicycle stolen in the recent past.

Real IRA leader dies after taking ill in Portlaoise Prison

McGrane plotted an explosion during the State visit of Britain’s Prince Charles in 2015.

Missing yoga instructor found injured in Hawaii forest after two-week search

A grassroots fund-raising campaign collected $70,000 to pay for a private helicopter to search for Amanda Eller.

Off-duty garda dies after getting into difficulty while diving off Wexford coast

The Coast Guard helicopter, the naval ship LÉ Orla and a lifeboat were sent to the scene.

SocDems' Ellie Kisyombe criticises party leadership for 'disrupting' her campaign Dispute This post contains videos

SocDems' Ellie Kisyombe criticises party leadership for 'disrupting' her campaign

Party co-leader Róisín Shortall described the issue as “water under the bridge”.

From The42 'I was a little boy, I was still lost' - Jonathan Walters courageously opens up in Late Late interview Interview This post contains videos

'I was a little boy, I was still lost' - Jonathan Walters courageously opens up in Late Late interview

The former Ireland international spoke about the death of his mother on last night’s show.

'Shambolic': Martin hits out at government as speculation mounts over defeat of directly elected mayor plebiscite

Martin’s comments come as speculation mounts in Cork that the plebiscite looks set to be defeated.

A worrying trend for Fianna Fáil as exit polls show young people abandoning party

Micheál Martin has a task to convince those in their teens and 20s to give his candidates first preferences.

As it happened: Early tallies show close fight for European seats but confirm Green surge

Many of the races for EU seats are too close to call so we’re expecting a long count.

'154km/h in 100 zone': Gardaí catch 304 drivers above speed limit on national slow down day

Over the 24-hour period, gardaí and GoSafe checked a total of 195,768 vehicles.

From the Garden: The Hungry Gap must be filled and this kale and gnocchi broth will do the job

Katie Sanderson cooked this recipe in the Kale episode of this season’s GROW COOK EAT and the reaction was amazing, writes Michael Kelly.

Memorial service plans for Trinity professor who went missing on Everest announced

The family called off the search for Seamus Lawless yesterday evening.

'Saoirse McHugh had a big personal impact': Why has Ireland gone Green for this year's elections?

The Green Party could be in for a record-breaking election.

From The42 'I knew from the way the power had left my body that I was paralysed. I couldn't move my legs' Interview

'I knew from the way the power had left my body that I was paralysed. I couldn't move my legs'

Victor Connell was left paralysed after breaking his neck in a scrum at 25, but he has built a whole new life for himself.

US judge blocks Mississippi's 'heartbeat' abortion ban

The bill banning abortion where a heartbeat is detectable was passed in March.

Some fans weren't happy about the sound quality at last night's Spice Girls gig

Spice Girls’ Mel B said she hopes the sound quality will be “much, much better” at future gigs.

The Euro elections aren't looking great for FF and a veteran ex-MEP says 'lessons weren't learned'

In the Midlands Northwest constituency, the two Fianna Fáil candidates could get just 9% of the vote between them.

Police seeking two suspects as Derry church building destroyed in arson attack

Two men are believed to have started the blaze at Holy Family church at 10.30pm.

British climber dies on Mount Everest amid overcrowding concerns on world's highest peak

Robin Fisher’s death follows that of Irishman Kevin Hynes who died yesterday.

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