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Here's where the dirtiest restaurants and takeaways were in Ireland in 2020
# Food Safety Authority
# Food Safety Authority

Here's where the dirtiest restaurants and takeaways were in Ireland in 2020

5 hours ago 28,205 Views 15 Comments

The FSAI issued less than half of the enforcement orders last year that it issued in 2019.

Yesterday’s News

Quiz: How much do you know about Presidents of the United States?
# Let's Get Quizzical
# Let's Get Quizzical

Quiz: How much do you know about Presidents of the United States?

7 hours ago 34,026 Views 36 Comments

No history books allowed.

Winning the '4 in a row,' getting capped by Ireland and escaping a 2016 terrorist attack
# Looking Back
From The42
# Looking Back

Winning the '4 in a row,' getting capped by Ireland and escaping a 2016 terrorist attack

7 hours ago 21,210 Views 1 Comment

Ex-Shamrock Rovers player Peter Eccles is the latest to feature in our League of Ireland Legends series.

Over €1 million cash seized as part of organised crime investigation
# Arrest
# Arrest

Over €1 million cash seized as part of organised crime investigation

Updated 9 hours ago 51,017 Views 24 Comments

In another search yesterday, Gardaí seized €117,000 in cash, a Rolex watch and a vehicle in Coolock.

'I'm grateful and privileged to play both' - a closer look at the inter-county dual player
# Double Trouble
From The42
# Double Trouble

'I'm grateful and privileged to play both' - a closer look at the inter-county dual player

9 hours ago 26,451 Views 11 Comments

Will it continue? The42 speaks to some of the country’s top stars who combine camogie and ladies football at the top level.

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Here's What Happened Today: Sunday
# Evening Fix
# Evening Fix

Here's What Happened Today: Sunday

9 hours ago 15,426 Views 3 Comments

Here’s your round-up of what made the headlines today.

Spotlight

Mother and Baby Homes report

The report documents the harrowing and shameful treatment of young women and children at the hands of the Irish State.

Parler could be allowed return to Apple app store with changes
# Social Media
# Social Media

Parler could be allowed return to Apple app store with changes

9 hours ago 16,610 Views 24 Comments

Apple CEO Tim Cook said the app could return if it changes how it moderates posts.

Gunmen assassinate two Afghan judges in Kabul ambush
# Taliban
# Taliban

Gunmen assassinate two Afghan judges in Kabul ambush

10 hours ago 9,427 Views 1 Comment

Violence has risen in Afghanistan in recent months despite peace talks between the Taliban and government.

Gardaí seek help locating man missing from Galway since end of December
# Missing Person
# Missing Person

Gardaí seek help locating man missing from Galway since end of December

10 hours ago 44,882 Views 3 Comments

The man has been missing for nearly three weeks.

'Welcome to the Brexit, sir': The week in quotes
# Say That Again
# Say That Again

'Welcome to the Brexit, sir': The week in quotes

10 hours ago 31,070 Views 11 Comments

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

Man United hold Liverpool to maintain top spot
# Report
From The42
# Report

Man United hold Liverpool to maintain top spot

10 hours ago 32,844 Views 160 Comments

A tight and tense affair saw few clear-cut chances, as both sides had to be content with a point ultimately.

Health Minister seeks early delivery of AstraZeneca vaccines
# Looking Ahead
# Looking Ahead

Health Minister seeks early delivery of AstraZeneca vaccines

11 hours ago 24,161 Views 75 Comments

An early delivery would be sent to GPs and pharmacies to be ready for use when the vaccine approved.

Coronavirus: 13 deaths and 2,944 new cases confirmed in Ireland
# Daily Update
# Daily Update

Coronavirus: 13 deaths and 2,944 new cases confirmed in Ireland

11 hours ago 107,685 Views 150 Comments

The total number of people who have died now stands at 2,608.

Music producer and convicted murderer Phil Spector dies aged 81
# Phil Spector
# Phil Spector

Music producer and convicted murderer Phil Spector dies aged 81

12 hours ago 49,009 Views 36 Comments

Spector, a former music producer, was in prison for murder.

As it happened: Liverpool v Man United, Premier League
# Liveblog
From The42
# Liveblog

As it happened: Liverpool v Man United, Premier League

12 hours ago 63,361 Views 46 Comments

Liverpool faced Man United, in one of the season’s most-anticipated matches so far.

O'Gorman, Taoiseach and AG 'at one' on prioritising legislation on adopted people's access to records
# Minister For Children
# Minister For Children

O'Gorman, Taoiseach and AG 'at one' on prioritising legislation on adopted people's access to records

13 hours ago 8,873 Views 15 Comments

Minister for Children Roderic O’Gorman said that the legislation would have GDPR at the heart of it.

Swiss tech sleuths claim two people at the origin QAnon conspiracy
# Qanon
# Qanon

Swiss tech sleuths claim two people at the origin QAnon conspiracy

13 hours ago 38,851 Views 13 Comments

A Swiss startup said it had used its algorithm-based software, developed to detect plagiarism, to help crack QAnon.

Former Cork star Bríd Stack hospitalised following injury in AFLW practice match
# Best Wishes
From The42
# Best Wishes

Former Cork star Bríd Stack hospitalised following injury in AFLW practice match

Updated 14 hours ago 44,189 Views 9 Comments

Cork LGFA say there’s positive news coming from Australia, and the Giants player will make a full recovery.

Archbishop says religious orders should not be 'scapegoated' for Mother and Baby Homes
# Redress
# Redress

Archbishop says religious orders should not be 'scapegoated' for Mother and Baby Homes

14 hours ago 63,615 Views 203 Comments

Archbishop Eamon Martin said that the church was “expected to intervene” when society “banished” mothers.

25 deaths and 822 new Covid-19 cases confirmed in Northern Ireland
# Daily Update
# Daily Update

25 deaths and 822 new Covid-19 cases confirmed in Northern Ireland

15 hours ago 11,319 Views 3 Comments

Current restrictions in place in the North mean that people must stay at home unless they have a “reasonable excuse”.

Student nurses 'frustrated' at 'last-minute decision' to redeploy teaching nurses to help with Covid-19 surge
# Coronavirus
# Coronavirus

Student nurses 'frustrated' at 'last-minute decision' to redeploy teaching nurses to help with Covid-19 surge

Updated 16 hours ago 43,217 Views 56 Comments

Clinical placements for most student nurses and midwives – due to start tomorrow – have been suspended.

Woman, 20s, charged over assault after dispute on mask wearing
# Arrest
# Arrest

Woman, 20s, charged over assault after dispute on mask wearing

16 hours ago 92,415 Views 0 Comments

The woman assaulted a staff member at a premises where she had not worn a face covering.

Indonesian teams find more bodies, clear roads after earthquake
# Shaken
# Shaken

Indonesian teams find more bodies, clear roads after earthquake

16 hours ago 15,480 Views 1 Comment

The death toll from the 6.2 magnitude earthquake has risen to 56.

Pfizer says vaccine deliveries to be back on track next week after delay
# Shipment
# Shipment

Pfizer says vaccine deliveries to be back on track next week after delay

17 hours ago 21,128 Views 28 Comments

The Pfizer plant in Belgium is working to increase capacity.

There are 1,923 people with Covid-19 in hospital, with 195 of those in ICU
# Coronavirus
# Coronavirus

There are 1,923 people with Covid-19 in hospital, with 195 of those in ICU

17 hours ago 24,228 Views 71 Comments

There were 60 deaths and a further 3,231 cases of Covid-19 announced yesterday.

UK minister says controversial statues should be put in context
# Frozen In Time
# Frozen In Time

UK minister says controversial statues should be put in context

17 hours ago 15,370 Views 30 Comments

His comments follow the dumping of a statue into Bristol Harbour by protestors last year.

Michael McDowell calls white-water rafting facility a 'grotesque vanity project'
# Dublin City Council
# Dublin City Council

Michael McDowell calls white-water rafting facility a 'grotesque vanity project'

17 hours ago 60,884 Views 152 Comments

The former Tánaiste called on the Government to intervene to stop the tendering process.

Poll: Have you been negatively affected by Brexit?
# Your Say
# Your Say

Poll: Have you been negatively affected by Brexit?

18 hours ago 35,512 Views 123 Comments

Are you paying more for something, or don’t have access to it anymore?

These are the players who need to impress Andy Farrell next weekend
# Audition Time
From The42
# Audition Time

These are the players who need to impress Andy Farrell next weekend

19 hours ago 31,635 Views 51 Comments

With the Six Nations kicking off in just three weeks, the Ireland coach has some tough decisions to make. Saturday’s clash between Munster and Leinster should help him do so.

Sinn Féin is the most popular party in latest opinion poll
# Opinion Poll
# Opinion Poll

Sinn Féin is the most popular party in latest opinion poll

19 hours ago 51,196 Views 169 Comments

Irish Mail on Sunday/Ireland Thinks poll was published today.

Joe Biden to sign a dozen executive orders on his first day as US President
# White House
# White House

Joe Biden to sign a dozen executive orders on his first day as US President

19 hours ago 41,840 Views 42 Comments

Inauguration day is on Wednesday.

Sitdown Sunday: How six brothers and their lion terrorised a Libyan town
# 7 Great Reads
# 7 Great Reads

Sitdown Sunday: How six brothers and their lion terrorised a Libyan town

20 hours ago 32,571 Views 1 Comment

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

The 9 at 9: Sunday
# 9 At 9
# 9 At 9

The 9 at 9: Sunday

20 hours ago 12,066 Views 0 Comments

A political poll, nurses, and the mother and baby homes: Here’s what’s in the news this morning.

Larry Donnelly: I cannot forgive Trump for imploring his most radicalised followers to storm the Capitol
# Insurrection
# Insurrection

Larry Donnelly: I cannot forgive Trump for imploring his most radicalised followers to storm the Capitol

20 hours ago 54,806 Views 82 Comments

Larry Donnelly reflects on the final days of President Donald Trump’s term.

'Illegitimate children could contaminate the morals of society so had to be hidden and illegally adopted'
# Commission
# Commission

'Illegitimate children could contaminate the morals of society so had to be hidden and illegally adopted'

21 hours ago 27,417 Views 0 Comments

Adopted people and survivors of mother and baby homes say forced adoption was widespread, regardless of what the commission says.

'Some people are feeling isolated or alone, so this is more important than ever'
# Support
From The42
# Support

'Some people are feeling isolated or alone, so this is more important than ever'

21 hours ago 26,909 Views 4 Comments

Su Carty, who works with the IRFU and World Rugby, is part of Ohana ZERO Suicide.

RTÉ says it has no plans to scrap The Angelus as it aims to strike a balance on 'diversity of views'
# The Bells
# The Bells

RTÉ says it has no plans to scrap The Angelus as it aims to strike a balance on 'diversity of views'

21 hours ago 24,390 Views 171 Comments

An online petition started this week calling for RTÉ to scrap broadcasting the Angelus.

'I wanted my AFL career to go on for 10 or 12 years but everyone has a different journey. I've accepted that'
# Glass Half Full
From The42
# Glass Half Full

'I wanted my AFL career to go on for 10 or 12 years but everyone has a different journey. I've accepted that'

22 hours ago 22,044 Views 1 Comment

With his Hawthorn career in the rearview mirror, Conor Glass is determined to help Derry compete for Ulster titles.

How has trade between Ireland and Great Britain been affected in the first two weeks of Brexit?
# Disruption
# Disruption

How has trade between Ireland and Great Britain been affected in the first two weeks of Brexit?

22 hours ago 33,812 Views 44 Comments

More than 70% of trucks are completing paperwork before moving goods, and are being ‘green-lighted’ to leave Irish ports.

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