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'It's like being at a match and they keep moving the goalposts': The rapidly changing face of Irish college life

Demand for mental health supports have already risen as colleges move classes and social events online.

Yesterday’s News

'I've never felt so low in my life': Jedward speak about impact of pandemic on mental health Misinformation This post contains videos

'I've never felt so low in my life': Jedward speak about impact of pandemic on mental health

The twins also hit out at conspiracy theorists and people who refuse to wear face masks.

Breonna Taylor’s family condemn prosecutor for failing to charge officers

Taylor, a black woman who was an emergency medical worker, was shot multiple times by white officers.

Six people arrested after gardaí seize cannabis worth €600,000 and €130,000 in cash

The drugs and cash were seized following a number of searches in Dublin and Wicklow.

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Police officer shot dead in London is named, as tributes pour in

Sergeant Matiu Ratana, known as Matt to family and friends, joined the force in 1991.

How the new restrictions in Donegal are highlighting the lack of cross-border co-operation on Covid-19

The Level 3 restrictions in Donegal highlight the lack of on-the-ground co-operation along the border.

Here's What Happened Today: Friday

Covid-19 cases, a stabbing in Paris and a shooting in London made the headlines today.

From The42 €15 million in funding for GAA, ladies football and camogie associations officially approved Big Money This post contains videos

€15 million in funding for GAA, ladies football and camogie associations officially approved

The additional cash will help ensure this year’s All-Ireland Championships go ahead as planned.

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Your evening longread: How Instagram changed our lives over the past 10 years

We bring you an interesting longread each evening to take your mind off the news.

Quiz: How well do you remember The Den?

The show is coming back in November.

From The42 Dream journey comes to an end after another big win for Cork teen sensation Aaron Hill Dreams

Dream journey comes to an end after another big win for Cork teen sensation Aaron Hill

The 18-year-old got the better of Matthew Stevens at the European Masters today.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg lies in state at US Capitol where her trainer honoured her with push-ups Bryant Johnson This post contains videos

Ruth Bader Ginsburg lies in state at US Capitol where her trainer honoured her with push-ups

The late justice is the first woman in American history to lie in state at the US Capitol.

Witness appeal after two teenage boys assaulted in Dublin park

It’s understood the incident is being treated as possibly racially-motivated.

Sofa Watch: Mary McAleese and Anthony Fauci join a jepic Late Late line up

All you need to know about your Irish and international chat show options.

Irish haulage boss faces jail after admitting drug trafficking and money laundering

Thomas Maher pleaded guilty to a string of offences at Liverpool Crown Court.

Appeal to find teenage boy missing from Dublin since Wednesday

Joseph Burns (15) was last seen in the Dublin 8 area two days ago.

Coronavirus: No deaths and 326 new cases confirmed in Ireland

Dr Ronan Glynn has asked people everywhere but “particularly in Donegal and Dublin” to pay attention to the public health advice.

Argentina lawmaker suspended after kissing his partner's breasts during video conference

Juan Emilio Ameri said he did not think he was connected to the internet at that particular moment.

Spain extends Madrid lockdown to cover one million people

European countries are facing up to a sustained spike in Covid-19 cases.

Man (30s) arrested over Clonee shooting

A man in his 20s received non-life threatening injuries in the incident in May.

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Know Your Sport? Take our weekly quiz

How closely have you been paying attention to the sports headlines this week?

'A ruling of significant importance': Supreme Court orders re-opening of landmark FOI appeals

The country’s highest court made the order in two rulings today.

The 5 at 5: Friday

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Colleges and universities told to move most lectures online for next two weeks

The move comes as efforts step up to limit the spread of Covid-19 in the community.

From The42 Here's the GAA senior club action available on TV and live-streaming this weekend Tune In

Here's the GAA senior club action available on TV and live-streaming this weekend

RTÉ are showing the Cavan final live on Saturday night while the TG4 cameras are in Dublin and Kilkenny on Sunday afternoon.

Taoiseach warns local restrictions may be needed in four counties as cases rise

Martin said Nphet is “very concerned” about the rise in cases in urban areas.

Jail for man following 'terrifying' home invasion

Pollack pointed out the home of an innocent family to a group of men looking for his friend who owed them money.

CMOs make joint appeal to stop 'all but necessary' cross-border travel

Ronan Glynn and Michael McBride also made a specific appeal to young people to reduce social contacts.

Hotel Rwanda hero charged with terror offences after being 'tricked' into boarding plane to Rwanda

If convicted, Paul Rusesabagina faces a maximum of 25 years in prison.

Received the PUP or Covid wage subsidy? Here's how you can pay back your income tax

Paschal Donohoe says 37,000 employers have signed up for the new wage subsidy scheme.

Two people seriously injured in Paris knife attack outside former Charlie Hebdo office

The suspect was detained after the attack close to the Place de la Bastille square, not far from the scene.

Greta Thunberg joins demonstrators outside Swedish Parliament for day of global climate protests

Thunberg started her solo protests outside Sweden’s parliament in Stockholm on 20 August 2018.

4,000 TV set top boxes seized by gardaí during European-wide operation

Investigations were carried out in Dublin, Waterford, Tipperary, Mayo and Laois.

From The42 'He's my childhood hero... I'm stuck for words' - Cork teen star after incredible win over O'Sullivan Young Blood This post contains videos

'He's my childhood hero... I'm stuck for words' - Cork teen star after incredible win over O'Sullivan

Aaron Hill let his lead slip before rallying to defeat The Rocket at the European Masters.

European Commission to appeal €14.3 billion Apple and Ireland tax ruling

The legal row stems from an EU investigation into Apple’s Irish tax structures.

Family remembers 'courage' of Irishwoman Ciara Glennon, after her murderer's guilty verdict

Ciara Glennon’s father Denis gave an emotional statement after Bradley Edwards was found guilty of murder.

Vatican announces surprise resignation of top cardinal Angelo Becciu

The 72-year-old was named as a cardinal in summer 2018.

The Explainer Interview: The story of Unquiet Graves with filmmaker Seán Murray

Unquiet Graves was aired on RTÉ earlier this month.

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