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Today’s News

From The42 LIVE: Man City v Tottenham, Premier League Liveblog

LIVE: Man City v Tottenham, Premier League

Man City play Tottenham, as the reigning champions face the first big test of their season.

Councillor encourages people to deface English translations on Donegal Gaeltacht signs

“I would encourage people to go out and do it,” he said, adding that the Gaeltacht regions were on their “last legs”.

From The42 Adrian howler makes for nervy ending but Mane and Firmino deliver Liverpool three points The Reds

Adrian howler makes for nervy ending but Mane and Firmino deliver Liverpool three points

Jurgen Klopp’s men secured a 2-1 win at St Mary’s on Saturday afternoon.

Veterans commemorate 50th anniversary of British Army deployment in Northern Ireland

Operation Banner began in August 1969 and lasted until 2007.

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What went wrong with Norwegian Air's transatlantic dream?

The scrappy Scandi carrier had a bumpy ride in Ireland before the Boeing 737 Max grounding.

Man in his 70s in critical condition after suffering serious head and spinal injuries in assault

A man in his 50s was arrested in Dublin this afternoon.

Beloved Thai dugong found dead with plastic in her stomach Marium This post contains videos

Beloved Thai dugong found dead with plastic in her stomach

Marium’s story went viral after she washed ashore in Thailand earlier this year.

From The42 How one of the Dropkick Murphys became a key figure in Joe Ward's career, and Irish boxing Shipping Up

How one of the Dropkick Murphys became a key figure in Joe Ward's career, and Irish boxing

Punk rock star Ken Casey will co-promote the Irish boxing great in the professional ranks.

Man dies after getting into difficulty while swimming off Clare coast

The man, believed to be in his 60s, was airlifted to University Hospital Limerick.

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Ireland's electric vehicle future is facing a chicken-and-egg problem
From the Garden: What to do when you have an abundance of vegetables GIY

From the Garden: What to do when you have an abundance of vegetables

Large amounts of veg can be used up and kept for later in many ways.

ISPCA seize six Jack Russell puppies with docked tails

All of the six puppies have been deemed healthy and have been rehomed.

From dinosaurs to warrior scarecrows: 16 intriguing events to check out this National Heritage Week

There’s plenty of fun to be had and unusual sights to see as the annual heritage week kicks off.

Woman in her 60s dies in crash on Tipperary road

A car and a truck collided on the N62 this morning at around 2.30am.

Poll: Will the PSC controversy affect how you vote? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Will the PSC controversy affect how you vote?

Over 3.2 million people have been issued a Public Services Card, better known as the mandatory-not-compulsory PSC.

From The42 From transition year in Ballincollig to facing the world champions in LA LA Lights

From transition year in Ballincollig to facing the world champions in LA

Seventeen-year-old Éabha O’Mahony made her senior international debut for Ireland at the Rose Bowl.

Jeffrey Epstein died from suicide by hanging, coroner concludes

The 66-year-old was accused of trafficking girls as young as 14 for sex when he was found dead in his jail cell.

Man in his 50s dies after being hit by pole that was struck by a car in Clonmel

The car driver, a woman in her early 70s, struck a pole on the street, which then hit a male pedestrian.

Circle the date ... Here's why 9 September is set to be a red letter Brexit day in Westminster

It’s all set to kick off again in the Commons from the start of next month – here are the key dates.

Family of Nóra Quoirin ask that 'unhelpful' comments stop as they may hinder investigation

The family are concerned unofficial comments could impede investigations.

Event guide: Heading out? Here's what is happening around the country

Food, country music and drag performances are all waiting for you this weekend.

The 9 at 9: Saturday

Treat yourself, it’s the weekend.

'We'd obviously like to see the piece remain': Artists petition to retain Smithfield's Horseboy mural

The popular Horseboy mural is located just north of the Liffey in Smithfield.

From The42 Using annual leave and taking career breaks to chase the Olympic dream All Or Nothing This post contains videos

Using annual leave and taking career breaks to chase the Olympic dream

Shane O’Donoghue, Stephen Cole and Daragh Walsh talk about putting their lives on hold to pull on the green jersey.

Peter Fonda, star of classic Easy Rider, dies aged 79

“Easy Rider depicted the rise of hippie culture, condemned the establishment, and celebrated freedom. Peter Fonda embodied those values.”

Google unsure when updated statistics on 'delist' requests from State bodies will be published

Requests to remove content from search results can be made under ‘right to be forgotten’ regulations.

'Those lads have been immense' - the Ballyhale trio powering the Kilkenny attack

TJ Reid, Colin Fennelly and Adrian Mullen are central to Kilkenny’s hopes.

Busier roads mean more crashes on the M50, but what junctions see the most serious collisions?

New figures spell out where incidents take place in the busy ring road.

US issues warrant to seize Iranian oil tanker, a day after judge allows its release

The tanker Grace 1 was detained six weeks ago on suspicion of violating international sanctions on Syria.

'Absolutely unacceptable': Teachers unsure of when they'll be paid after starting new jobs

Concerns have been raised about the length of time it takes to process teachers’ appointments.

How Ireland deals with sex offenders after they're released from prison

Experts in the area say their work can face strong opposition from the public but it is vital to ensure offenders do not harm anyone else.

Yesterday’s News

High Court hears woman was allegedly raped after being injected with a substance at a flat in Derry

Prosecutors claimed she sustained facial fractures and a suspected bleed to the brain from being beaten at a flat in Derry.

Two more women file $100 million lawsuit against Jeffrey Epstein's estate

The lawsuit also mentioned 10 women who are also accused of being accomplices of Epstein

Mexico doesn't want El Paso shooter executed and says it may seek to extradite him

Patrick Crusius killed 22 people on 3 August.

Body of Nóra Quoirin officially claimed by her family in order to start repatriation process

An autopsy showed the 15-year-old likely starved and died of internal bleeding after about a week in the jungle.

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Cathay Pacific CEO resigns amid mounting pressure over Hong Kong protests

Cathay said Rupert Hogg had resigned “to take responsibility as a leader of the company in view of recent events”.

Government will 'very seriously' consider commissioner's report into Public Services Card

The Data Protection Commissioner reject Government claims that making the card a requirement for services was lawful.

Poll: Do you check your work emails out-of-hours? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you check your work emails out-of-hours?

Laws to allow the right to disconnect will be considered by government, Business Minister Heather Humphreys says.

From The42 Kilkenny and Tipperary reveal their hands for All-Ireland hurling final Team News

Kilkenny and Tipperary reveal their hands for All-Ireland hurling final

Brian Cody and Liam Sheedy have named their teams for Sunday’s showdown at Croke Park.

Here's What Happened Today: Friday

More controversy surrounding the public services card, and Ryanair goes to court – here’s today’s round up.

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