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Today’s News

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 LIVE: Ireland v Scotland, Rugby World Cup Liveblog

LIVE: 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.

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Raid the fridge: 7 magnificently tasty midweek dinners made using basic ingredients

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.

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.

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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.

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Lights, camera, action: Live like an A-lister at this charming €1.5m Wicklow hideaway

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.

Here's What Happened Today: Saturday

Here’s what made the news today.

How many people voted the Hail Mary as Ireland's favourite prayer? It's the week in numbers

Plus: The number of Leaving Certificate exam results that were upgraded after students successfully had their papers rechecked.

Man killed in Mayo shooting incident is laid to rest

Father Richard Gibbons said the community was ‘troubled’ by the incident.

'Storm Area 51' attendees fail to storm Area 51 as far fewer than expected turn out

It was a spur-of-the-moment joke that spiraled into a large-scale event.

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Hong Kong protests roll into their 16th weekend - and show few signs of ending

The clashes with police were less sustained than the intense battles of previous weekends.

Power outages as thunderstorms sweep through the east of the country

A status yellow weather warning is in place until the early hours of tomorrow morning.

Consultant shortages causing 'a spiral of burnout, stress and emigration'

About one million patients in Ireland are on waiting lists to see a consultant.

Farmers end blockades at several beef processing sites

Protests are still taking place outside certain factories.

Two teenagers receive serious injuries in fireworks accident

They were rushed to hospital with arm and eye injuries.

Trump pushes back on whistleblower's claim he pressured Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden's son

The US president slammed the “ridiculous” story.

From the Garden: Succulent and almost-meaty to eat... Claytonia is a real alternative to spinach

Its real value is in providing us with winter greens from October or November right up until April, writes Michael Kelly.

Man missing from Kilkenny found safe and well

Gardaí thanked members of the public for their assistance in locating David Kelly. .

Dozens of yellow vest protesters arrested in Paris

More than 7,000 police officers were deployed to quell any violence.

Phil Coulter says he declined OBE because he didn't like Margaret Thatcher Hunger Strikes This post contains videos

Phil Coulter says he declined OBE because he didn't like Margaret Thatcher

The songwriter disagreed with how Thatcher treated hunger strikers and miners in the 1980s.

'We have real opportunities lying ahead': Hopes are high in the Alliance Party ahead of a UK general election

The party has enjoyed significant success by running on an anti-Brexit platform.

From The42 As it happened: New Zealand v South Africa, Rugby World Cup Minute-by-Minute

As it happened: New Zealand v South Africa, Rugby World Cup

Settle in as the defending champions open their campaign against the Springboks in Yokohama.

Poll: Will the climate change strike impact government policy? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Will the climate change strike impact government policy?

Millions of people took part in demonstrations around the world yesterday.

The 9 at 9: Saturday

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

'Change is coming': Millions take part in climate change strike Greta Thunberg This post contains videos

'Change is coming': Millions take part in climate change strike

Thousands of people attended rallies across Ireland.

'It's bringing people together': Ireland rugby matches being screened at specially organised breakfast events for people who are homeless Homelessness This post contains videos

'It's bringing people together': Ireland rugby matches being screened at specially organised breakfast events for people who are homeless

The Simon Community, together with Secret Street Tours, are organising the screenings.

Trump announces Iran sanctions as US sends more troops to Gulf

The US President said the sanctions were the toughest ever against another country, but indicated he did not plan a military strike.

'You say it's permanent? Yeah, it's permanent' - The true legacy of Dublin's five in a row

The Dubs have done what was considered impossible for more than a century. So what does it mean to them? And what does it mean to everybody else?

So, what do you need a Public Services Card for right now? PSC

So, what do you need a Public Services Card for right now?

The government is ploughing ahead with its support for the card, but what do you need it for right now?

From The42 As it happened : France v Argentina, Rugby World Cup Liveblog

As it happened : France v Argentina, Rugby World Cup

Pool C opens with a mouth-watering clash in Tokyo and we’re going minute-by-minute.

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