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Today’s News

A short story before bedtime: The Boxer Rebellion

Read the third place winner in this year’s RTÉ Radio 1 Short Story Award, in memory of Francis McManus.

Gardaí seek public's help in finding missing 21 year old

Shauna Mullins was last seen at around 8pm on Friday night, 20 September.

'Darkening your face is always unacceptable - I should never have done it': The week in quotes

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

Here are just some of the government's priorities for the months ahead

Regulating rickshaws, IVF and speeding – just some of the issues the government plan to tackle.

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From The42 Liverpool edge Chelsea to make it 15 in a row In Form

Liverpool edge Chelsea to make it 15 in a row

Trent Alexander-Arnold and Roberto Firmino scored first-half goals, before N’Golo Kante’s 71st-minute strike ensured a nervy finish.

'The hottest five-year period on record': The findings of a stark new climate report

It comes ahead of a major UN climate summit tomorrow that will be attended by more than 60 world leaders.

20 years on, first two humpback whales recorded by Irish group are still swimming together

They were first spotted off the coast of Cork in 1999.

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From The42 More woe for Solskjaer as West Ham overcome Man United Report

More woe for Solskjaer as West Ham overcome Man United

Andriy Yarmolenko and Aaron Cresswell got the goals for the Hammers.

Man airlifted to hospital after two-vehicle crash in Clare

His injuries are understood to be serious but not life-threatening.

Former SS soldier charged over disparaging memory of Nazi victims dies

Karl Muenter had already been convicted in France over his role in the killing of 86 males in 1944.

Will no-deal Brexit mean border checks in Ireland? Juncker's answer is simple: Yes

“The British have to tell us exactly the architectural nature of this border,” the European Commission president told Sky News, “I don’t like it, a hard border.”

'A punch in the gut': Outrage as wetlands area in Tallaght is destroyed Ecosystem This post contains videos

'A punch in the gut': Outrage as wetlands area in Tallaght is destroyed

Environmentalists and the local council had been working together to protect the area, which was home to thousands of animals and plants.

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From The42 As it happened: West Ham v Man United, Premier League Minute-by-Minute

As it happened: West Ham v Man United, Premier League

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s travel to London Stadium in need of a result to keep up with the leading pack on the table.

Gardaí carry out new searches as investigation into Kevin Lunney attack continues

Lunney sustained a range of serious injuries during the abduction.

From The42 Schmidt keen to jump Japan hurdle before turning to 'heavyweight' Boks Next Job

Schmidt keen to jump Japan hurdle before turning to 'heavyweight' Boks

The Ireland boss was pleased with how his side built a lead against Scotland, then kept it.

Iranian president warns foreign forces to stay out of the Gulf

It comes as the United States sends more troops to the region in a defensive capacity.

Four men to appear in court today after burglaries in Mayo

A teenage boy was also arrested but has been released without charge.

From The42 Schmidt's Ireland dominant as they lay down World Cup marker against Scots Up And Running

Schmidt's Ireland dominant as they lay down World Cup marker against Scots

A bonus-point win in front of the Green Army was the perfect start in Japan.

'It's a waste of animals' lives': A new film looks at why 2,000 horses are killed by Irish councils every year

165 out of 183 horses claimed by Dublin City Council last year were unclaimed by their owners.

Jump in support for Sinn Féin, but Fianna Fáil remains most popular party

That’s according to the latest opinion poll.

Poll: Are you worried about Budget 2020? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Are you worried about Budget 2020?

The government’s plans for spending and tax will be revealed in just over two weeks.

Sitdown Sunday: What really brought down the Boeing 737 Max?

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

The 9 at 9: Sunday

Here’s all the news you need to know this morning.

The Irish For: How has censorship affected Irish language books?

The banning of Irish language books was less frequent even though the authors produced writing which dealt with provocative themes.

Bus Éireann conducting feasibility study for potential future move from Broadstone Depot

The company said it was looking into potential future locations given expected passenger growth.

Just over two weeks out from the Budget, what can we expect?

All will be revealed on 8 October.

From The42 As it happened: Ireland v Scotland, Rugby World Cup Liveblog

As it happened: Ireland v Scotland, Rugby World Cup

Join us for live coverage from Yokohama as Joe Schmidt’s side open their Pool A campaign against the Scots.

Minister meets insurers in London to 'hopefully' entice them to 'rethink' position in Irish market

The departure of a major player in insurance for the leisure industry, in particular, has damaged Irish companies.

Body of man in his 20s recovered after car enters canal in Cavan

Two other men escaped uninjured.

College Green will be car-free today, here's what you need to know

Dublin is one of several cities marking Car Free Day 2019.

Growth in house prices slows to just 0.1% - but unclear if supply or Brexit is the cause

The average cost of a house nationwide in the third quarter of this year was €257,000.

Civil servants were told to look at replacing the Medical Card with the Public Services Card Exclusive

As recently as June this year, the government was exploring this as a possibility.

Yesterday’s News

Robert Harris: 'People ask if I'd write about Boris or Trump; and I say no, because it's meaningless'

The historical novelist spoke to TheJournal.ie about his new novel, The Second Sleep.

From The42 Kildare star Curley flying the flag in Grand Final after taking different route Down Under Highs And Lows

Kildare star Curley flying the flag in Grand Final after taking different route Down Under

It’s turned into much more than chasing a coveted AFLW deal for the Collingwood CrossCoder.

At the Brexit Party's Wales rally, Nigel Farage targets Labour and the backstop - but thinks Juncker is rather fun

In what was an electoral stronghold for the Labour Party, Nigel Farage’s Brexit movement is gathering momentum.

A short story before bedtime: Vena Amoris

The story came second in this year’s RTÉ Short Story Awards in memory of Francis McManus.

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'Caught all the soldiers unaware in the tea room': the troubled history of the Phoenix Park's Magazine Fort OPW

'Caught all the soldiers unaware in the tea room': the troubled history of the Phoenix Park's Magazine Fort

We toured what was once a British ammunitions store, and which since the 1980s has fallen into disrepair.

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