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Today’s News

Israeli police face off with Palestinians as Jerusalem violence continues
# Unrest
# Unrest

Israeli police face off with Palestinians as Jerusalem violence continues

20 minutes ago 1,034 Views 2 Comments

Israeli nationalists plan to parade through the Old City today in an annual flag-waving display for Jerusalem Day.

Seven dead after shooting at Colorado birthday party
# United States
# United States

Seven dead after shooting at Colorado birthday party

43 minutes ago 8,368 Views 8 Comments

The suspected shooter was the boyfriend of a female victim at the party attended by friends, family and children.

Opinion: 'The housing game is rigged against the single population of this country'
# Opinion
# Opinion

Opinion: 'The housing game is rigged against the single population of this country'

49 minutes ago 3,712 Views 9 Comments

Unless you earn over €70k or have wealthy parents, you’re simply not catered for when it comes to owning a house, writes Jenn Gannon.

Inter-county travel and home visits among raft of re-opening measures that begin today
# Lockdown Lifts
# Lockdown Lifts

Inter-county travel and home visits among raft of re-opening measures that begin today

1 hour ago 9,885 Views 5 Comments

Here are all the restrictions that will be lifted today.

New financial supports being examined for those most affected by lockdown, says Tánaiste
# Financial Supports
# Financial Supports

New financial supports being examined for those most affected by lockdown, says Tánaiste

1 hour ago 4,652 Views 0 Comments

According to Varadkar, there are approximately 100,000 people who will be returning to work this month.

'If I didn't run, he would have killed me stone dead': Domestic abuse survivors say more support is needed
# Barring Orders
# Barring Orders

'If I didn't run, he would have killed me stone dead': Domestic abuse survivors say more support is needed

7 hours ago 8,934 Views 0 Comments
  • Over the course of the pandemic some people have been trapped with their abusers 24-7, Órla Ryan writes
  • One domestic abuse survivor says people who breach barring orders should be automatically jailed
  • NGOs are calling for a new ministry dedicated to domestic violence

Yesterday’s News

Rory McIlroy ends long wait for PGA Tour success to win Wells Fargo Championship
# Top Of The Tree
From The42
# Top Of The Tree

Rory McIlroy ends long wait for PGA Tour success to win Wells Fargo Championship

8 hours ago 20,854 Views 54 Comments

The four-time major winner was in his first event since missing the cut at the Masters.

Quiz: How well do you know these 80s classics?
# Let's Get Quizzical
# Let's Get Quizzical

Quiz: How well do you know these 80s classics?

9 hours ago 37,740 Views 17 Comments

It’s quiz time.

New poll shows most office workers want to work from home 2 to 3 days per week post-pandemic
# Ireland Thinks
# Ireland Thinks

New poll shows most office workers want to work from home 2 to 3 days per week post-pandemic

10 hours ago 21,052 Views 23 Comments

The Ireland Thinks poll found 20% of those working from home do so in their bedrooms.

'Cork will be boycotting the league next weekend if things aren't resolved'
# Standing Firm
From The42
# Standing Firm

'Cork will be boycotting the league next weekend if things aren't resolved'

Updated 11 hours ago 32,306 Views 25 Comments

Laura Treacy speaks to The42 about ongoing issues about the structure for the 2021 season.

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

Here's What Happened Today: Sunday

11 hours ago 9,319 Views 0 Comments

Your round-up of what made the headlines today.

Money Diaries: A civil servant in Dublin on €24K missing socialising with friends
# HISMM
# HISMM

Money Diaries: A civil servant in Dublin on €24K missing socialising with friends

11 hours ago 35,419 Views 21 Comments

This week, our reader is enjoying a new job and trying to be careful with spending, while missing catching up with friends.

India’s vaccination campaign falters as cases continue to rise across the country
# Vaccination Shortfall
# Vaccination Shortfall

India’s vaccination campaign falters as cases continue to rise across the country

11 hours ago 11,858 Views 3 Comments

On Sunday, India reported 403,738 confirmed cases, including 4,092 deaths.

Sturgeon tells Johnson it is ‘when not if’ for a second Scottish independence vote
# Indyref 2
# Indyref 2

Sturgeon tells Johnson it is ‘when not if’ for a second Scottish independence vote

12 hours ago 14,015 Views 49 Comments

The Scottish First Minister spoke to Boris Johnson by phone on Sunday after the SNP’s victory in the Holyrood election.

'I used to be able to run 5km but for a while, a ten-minute walk was a struggle': The week in quotes
# Say That Again
# Say That Again

'I used to be able to run 5km but for a while, a ten-minute walk was a struggle': The week in quotes

13 hours ago 23,001 Views 0 Comments

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

Are people actually leaving Dublin now that they can work remotely?
# The Good Information Project
# The Good Information Project

Are people actually leaving Dublin now that they can work remotely?

13 hours ago 40,022 Views 28 Comments

Estate agents are reporting an increased interest from Dublin dwellers looking to move out of the capital.

Fishing vessel caught in difficulty off coast of Kinsale rescued this afternoon
# Sea Rescue
# Sea Rescue

Fishing vessel caught in difficulty off coast of Kinsale rescued this afternoon

13 hours ago 13,333 Views 5 Comments

The vessel got into difficulty after its hull was breached in bad conditions and it began to take on water.

AstraZeneca vaccine order renewal 'remains to be seen' says EU
# EU VS AZ
# EU VS AZ

AstraZeneca vaccine order renewal 'remains to be seen' says EU

14 hours ago 31,391 Views 37 Comments

The EU last month launched legal action against the pharmaceutical giant for vaccine delivery shortfalls.

Cork strike five goals as they win high-scoring hurling league clash against Waterford From The42

Cork strike five goals as they win high-scoring hurling league clash against Waterford

14 hours ago 23,428 Views 15 Comments

Three late goals pushed Cork clear for victory.

Coronavirus: Two deaths and 514 new cases confirmed in Ireland
# Latest Figures
# Latest Figures

Coronavirus: Two deaths and 514 new cases confirmed in Ireland

14 hours ago 90,583 Views 105 Comments

The figures were released by NPHET in a statement.

Award-winning Dublin museum to tell story of city’s north side streets
# 14 Henrietta Street
# 14 Henrietta Street

Award-winning Dublin museum to tell story of city’s north side streets

15 hours ago 18,340 Views 10 Comments

14 Henrietta Street was recognised at the European Museum of the Year awards.

Vaccine rollout breaks single day record for 2nd day running, with over 52,000 vaccines administered on Friday
# Ramping Up
# Ramping Up

Vaccine rollout breaks single day record for 2nd day running, with over 52,000 vaccines administered on Friday

Updated 15 hours ago 51,630 Views 79 Comments

A total of 1,799,190 doses have been administered so far in the rollout.

Donnelly rejects NI counterpart's call to stop cross-border travel
# No Restrictions
# No Restrictions

Donnelly rejects NI counterpart's call to stop cross-border travel

16 hours ago 32,063 Views 21 Comments

Stormont Health Minister Robin Swann had sought measures to stop non-essential cross-border journeys.

Majority of nurses considered leaving profession due to mental health impact of Covid-19
# Survey
# Survey

Majority of nurses considered leaving profession due to mental health impact of Covid-19

16 hours ago 22,680 Views 56 Comments

91% of nurses said they experienced mental exhaustion because of the pandemic.

Street parties held to celebrate end of Spain’s state of emergency
# Spanish Lockdown
# Spanish Lockdown

Street parties held to celebrate end of Spain’s state of emergency

17 hours ago 37,494 Views 34 Comments

Local restaurants will be able to serve dinner again from Sunday and can stay open until 11pm.

Taoiseach Micheál Martin receives his first dose of Covid-19 vaccine in Cork this morning
# Jabbed
# Jabbed

Taoiseach Micheál Martin receives his first dose of Covid-19 vaccine in Cork this morning

18 hours ago 46,429 Views 56 Comments

Martin received a dose of the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine.

Afghans bury dead from bloody school blasts
# Kabul
# Kabul

Afghans bury dead from bloody school blasts

18 hours ago 10,062 Views 16 Comments

More than 50 people, mostly female students, were killed in yesterday’s attack.

Man charged after cocaine and cash seized in Dublin
# Kilmore
# Kilmore

Man charged after cocaine and cash seized in Dublin

19 hours ago 21,693 Views 21 Comments

€35,000 worth of cocaine and €140,000 in cash was found in a house in Dublin 5.

Retailer's organisation says industry can't afford another lockdown
# Reopening
# Reopening

Retailer's organisation says industry can't afford another lockdown

20 hours ago 17,880 Views 30 Comments

Retail Excellence says the sector will need major financial support from the government in the months ahead.

Scores injured in fresh night of Jerusalem protests
# Al Aqsa Mosque
# Al Aqsa Mosque

Scores injured in fresh night of Jerusalem protests

21 hours ago 11,652 Views 12 Comments

The clashes come after police blocked busloads of pilgrims headed to Jerusalem for prayer at Islam’s third holiest site.

Obama family mourns death of White House dog Bo
# Presidential Pooch
# Presidential Pooch

Obama family mourns death of White House dog Bo

21 hours ago 39,507 Views 39 Comments

The Portuguese water dog was a gift to the Obamas from the late Senator Edward Kennedy.

'I do not want any other child, any other young person or athlete to go through what I went through'
# Breaking The Taboo
From The42
# Breaking The Taboo

'I do not want any other child, any other young person or athlete to go through what I went through'

21 hours ago 38,026 Views 1 Comment

Psychotherapist Karen Leach shares her lived experience and explains why more must be done to prevent children being harmed.

Poll: Will you go to a hairdresser this week?
# Your Say
# Your Say

Poll: Will you go to a hairdresser this week?

22 hours ago 58,021 Views 50 Comments

Ireland’s reopening kicks up a gear tomorrow.

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

The 9 at 9: Sunday

22 hours ago 10,518 Views 0 Comments

Here’s what’s in the news this morning.

Sitdown Sunday: Ireland's complicated relationship with U2
# 7 Great Reads
# 7 Great Reads

Sitdown Sunday: Ireland's complicated relationship with U2

22 hours ago 20,562 Views 26 Comments

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

Larry Donnelly: The message to Irish politicians this week was 'It's housing, stupid'
# Housing Crisis
# Housing Crisis

Larry Donnelly: The message to Irish politicians this week was 'It's housing, stupid'

23 hours ago 16,448 Views 21 Comments

Our columnist takes a look at a return to Irish politics as we knew it this week, with housing again front and centre.

Johnson invites UK's devolved leaders to summit after local election results
# UNION SUMMIT
# UNION SUMMIT

Johnson invites UK's devolved leaders to summit after local election results

23 hours ago 18,298 Views 14 Comments

Nicola Sturgeon said a Scottish independence referendum was the “will of the country”.

'The only time I ever saw him cry was when he recalled the end of his Ireland career'
# Pride
From The42
# Pride

'The only time I ever saw him cry was when he recalled the end of his Ireland career'

23 hours ago 22,547 Views 12 Comments

Bryce Evans and Terry Phelan pay tribute to the late Alan McLoughlin.

32-year-old reported missing in Dublin found safe and well
# Found
# Found

32-year-old reported missing in Dublin found safe and well

23 hours ago 22,931 Views 2 Comments

Efiota is 5’10″ in height, with black hair, of slim build with brown eyes.

Chinese rocket debris plunges into Indian Ocean near Maldives – state media
# Long March 5B Yao-2
# Long March 5B Yao-2

Chinese rocket debris plunges into Indian Ocean near Maldives – state media

Sun 7:29 AM 20,648 Views 13 Comments

NASA said China had behaved irresponsibly, as an uncontrolled re-entry of such a large object risked damage and casualties.

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