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Today’s News

From The42 Wales great Thomas reveals HIV positive diagnosis Diagnosis

Wales great Thomas reveals HIV positive diagnosis

The former international says he refuses to live in “fear and shame” of having HIV and wants to “break the stigma” over the virus.

From The42 How experienced are Ireland compared to the other World Cup contenders? Caps

How experienced are Ireland compared to the other World Cup contenders?

We’ve tallied up the caps and average ages of the leading nations involved in Japan.

'There were a lot of geological arguments': Maeve Higgins and Will Forte on making the Irish supernatural comedy Extra Ordinary

Comedian Maeve Higgins plays a driving instructor who has supernatural powers.

Poll: Do you think the UK will leave the EU on 31 October? Up In The Air This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you think the UK will leave the EU on 31 October?

Boris Johnson has been adamant that the UK will be leaving “come what may” on that date, but it still remains uncertain.

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Cancel the takeaway: 7 tasty Asian-inspired noodle dishes that come together in 15 minutes flat

Sitdown Sunday: I escaped the cult - but not its mentality

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

Man (20s) killed in single-vehicle crash in Wexford

Gsoc has been informed of the crash and are examining the circumstances.

The 9 at 9: Sunday

Here’s everything you need to know as you start your day.

Man arrested over Clare murder 13 years ago released without charge

Aidan Kelly was killed near Ardnacrusha on 10 May 2006.

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The Irish For: The weeds and wildflowers that bother and delight the countryside

Do you know your banshee thimbles from your blue hatreds?

Cameron condemns Leave 'liars' while Johnson says Britain 'just like Incredible Hulk'

Extracts of Cameron’s book published today reveal a disdain for Johnson and others from the Leave campaign.

From The42 Michael Owen on seeking help: 'I just wanted to try to understand myself a little bit better' Interview This post contains videos

Michael Owen on seeking help: 'I just wanted to try to understand myself a little bit better'

The former Liverpool striker on overcoming his addiction to football and fame.

Gardaí say arrest of three men in north Dublin 'has prevented a firearm being used to take a life'

Two vehicles were stopped as part of an intelligence-led operation in Artane yesterday.

A tropical subject ... Could typhoons affect the upcoming Rugby World Cup?

The disruption caused in Tokyo on Monday by a typhoon has ignited questions about contingency planning.

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Golf in the garden? This light-filled €1.75m Dublin 4 home has luxury features inside and out

Majority of people believe that electric scooters should not be legalised for use on Irish roads

A public consultation into the legalisation of Powered Personal Transporters is currently underway.

Government to put pressure on social media companies over online safety

Minister Richard Bruton said that new legislation will be introduced to regulate social media companies.

Fine Gael minister awards highest level of money from government rural funding scheme to own constituency

Mayo received over 10% of the total money awarded as part of the Clár funding scheme since 2016.

Yesterday’s News

From The42 Dublin confirm their greatness, Kerry kick big chance away and potential retirements Comment

Dublin confirm their greatness, Kerry kick big chance away and potential retirements

5 talking points after Dublin defeated Kerry in the replay to complete the five-in-a-row.

A look back at John Bercow - a divisive figure who embodies the Brexit-era politician

From “Order! Order” to “Division! Clear the Lobby!” here’s a look back at the colourful House Speaker.

'Passing out is very, very common': 55% jump in referrals to G detox clinic amid growing sexual assault fears Exclusive

Chemsex is becoming more common in Ireland, leading to concerns about health risks and an increase in sexual assaults.

Here's What Happened Today: Saturday

Here’s what made the headlines today.

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From The42 Five star! Dublin make All-Ireland history with replay win over Kerry Dominant Dubs

Five star! Dublin make All-Ireland history with replay win over Kerry

A full house at Croke Park for today’s clash.

'We're in limbo': Over a dozen families forced to move after Dublin fire

The fire occurred this morning in Smithfield.

How many people in Northern Ireland would vote for Irish unification? It's the week in numbers

Plus: The number of sandwich boards that Dublin City Council has seized from businesses.

Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael support nearly tied in new poll

Fianna Fáil has benefited from a jump in support.

Republic of Shame: 'One woman came in wearing two corsets to hide her pregnancy'

Republic of Shame: 'One woman came in wearing two corsets to hide her pregnancy'

A new book seeks to highlight how much this period in Irish history still impacts on people today.

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From The42 Man United end Leicester's unbeaten start to the season Relief

Man United end Leicester's unbeaten start to the season

Marcus Rashford got the only goal after just eight minutes from the penalty spot.

'We’ve had enough of blood red lines': Hundreds gather in Belfast to demand second Brexit vote

A meeting in the Ulster Hall was attended by a range of anti-Brexit politicians.

One man still in custody after gardaí seize drugs, guns and cash in Dublin

One of the men arrested was released without charge today.

Drone attacks cause fires at Saudi Arabia oil facilities

The facilities are owned by Aramco.

Protest in Oughterard over Direct Provision centre concerns

Hundreds of people took part in the protest in the Galway town.

Trump confirms that son and heir of Osama bin Laden killed in counter-terror operation

Trump said the killing “deprives Al-Qaeda of important leadership skills and the symbolic connection to his father”.

From The42 Robbie Henshaw emerges as major doubt for Ireland's World Cup opener Setback

Robbie Henshaw emerges as major doubt for Ireland's World Cup opener

The Leinster centre is understood to have sustained a hamstring injury in training.

'Bob did his best': Zimbabweans divided as State funeral held for Robert Mugabe

While Mugabe leaves a divided legacy, no expense was spared for his funeral in Harare today.

Family of four left badly shaken after three men armed with shovels break into home in Belfast

Police said it was a “terrifying ordeal” for the family.

Toilet made out of gold stolen from palace in England

Police issued an appeal in an attempt to flush out the thieves.

From the Garden: When it comes to harvesting and eating sweetcorn... timing is everything

There’s something so elementally enjoyable about peeling back a sweetcorn’s skin to find the beautiful shiny yellow kernels underneath, writes Michael Kelly.

Cork shopping centre damaged by fire may not reopen until summer 2020

Demolition is set to begin next week at Douglas Village Shopping Centre.

An Post issues warning over scam text messages

An Post has denied that people received the text due to customers’ data being compromised.

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