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Dublin: 10 °C Sunday 18 November, 2018

Today’s News

Theresa May says she's 'going back to Brussels' to push on with Brexit talks

The UK Prime Minister said it was a ‘critical’ week for negotiations.

Meet the Dublin local heroes getting honoured with stunning portraits

They were commissioned by Dublin City Council Company to celebrate the people who make the capital special.

Wet wipes and sanitary products cause over 500 sewage blockages every month Plastic Problem This post contains videos

Wet wipes and sanitary products cause over 500 sewage blockages every month

The problem costs €7 million per year to address.

Poll: Should members of the public be banned from sharing online updates from court? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should members of the public be banned from sharing online updates from court?

New guidelines are set to restrict who can text and tweet from court.

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12 simple pieces of equipment every proper kitchen should have

Michael D Higgins and Shane Ross fly out with congrats for Ireland's win over All Blacks

Ireland beat New Zealand in a thrilling encounter at the Aviva Stadium.

'He was absolutely thrilled': Tipperary teen with serious heart condition chosen for dream US golf trip

19-year-old Sean O’Neill was diagnosed with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy four years ago.

Swimmer killed by stingray and two mauled by sharks in Australia

The man was killed in the waters off Tasmania.

Hot-desk giant WeWork has a spot in the new One Central Plaza but no plans outside Dublin yet

The company has two offices open in the capital with three more in the pipeline.

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From The42 'We're not going to use the excuse of being amateur athletes. We'll give it a right crack' Dare To Dream This post contains videos

'We're not going to use the excuse of being amateur athletes. We'll give it a right crack'

Ahead of the upcoming World Cup, Irish hockey star Shane O’Donoghue joined us to chat about the tournament, trying to emulate the women’s team and playing in Belgium.

The 9 at 9: Sunday

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

Sitdown Sunday: 'Do you know what lies within the walls of 657 Boulevard?'

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

The Irish For...The role of dogs in legends, proverbs and the Brehon laws

Dogs took centre stage in Irish mythology, stories and proverbs, just like they dominate our social media feeds today, writes Darach Ó Séaghdha

DAFT.IE PROPERTY MAGAZINE
Live a city fairytale with this €1.35m Dublin bungalow in its own woodland

Degree to which landlords can be sanctioned last sticking point to new renter protection law

The law plans to make it an offence for landlords with properties in RPZs to raise the rent above the legally allowed 4%.

From The42 Analysis: The Jacob Stockdale try that downed the All Blacks in Dublin Chip And Chase

Analysis: The Jacob Stockdale try that downed the All Blacks in Dublin

Ireland had employed the clever reverse play before under Joe Schmidt.

'Sad' Donald Trump visits site of California wildfires and again blames forest mismanagement Paradise Lost This post contains videos

'Sad' Donald Trump visits site of California wildfires and again blames forest mismanagement

The US President said that other countries ‘do it differently’.

'The power of laughter can't be underestimated': Irish clowns performing for refugee children in Greece

The show has been developed to help children who are suffering from trauma.

From The42 The biggest misconception about the Irish team was exposed again on Thursday night Analysis

The biggest misconception about the Irish team was exposed again on Thursday night

There was in marked difference in style when the Republic faced the North during the week.

North Dublin drug unit in row with management over crack cocaine operation - and a 2004 Renault Clio

Members of Store Street’s drug unit were, according to reliable sources, enraged when they heard that one of its undercover vehicles was being taken off the streets.

'Unbelievably there are still people who think it's worth taking a risk and driving while over the limit'

On World Day of Remembrance for Road Victims, Minister for Transport Shane Ross had a strong message for drink drivers.

Irish passports issued to UK increase, while numbers fall in France, Germany and Spain

There’s been a huge jump in passport applications from Northern Ireland since Brexit.

Yesterday’s News

Transparency group in court battle to gain access to more Cabinet climate change docs

Right to Know are seeking access to more documents on what has been said about climate change at the Cabinet table.

From The42 How did you rate Ireland in their magnificent win over the All Blacks? Out Of 10

How did you rate Ireland in their magnificent win over the All Blacks?

It was night for hard men and cool heads at the Aviva.

From The42 Stunning Stockdale score sees Schmidt's Ireland down the All Blacks again History

Stunning Stockdale score sees Schmidt's Ireland down the All Blacks again

A sublime defensive effort from Peter O’Mahony and his team-mates was key.

'He fought to maintain his sanity': Posters go up near Mountjoy raising awareness of prisoner healthcare

The posters use archive photographs and historical information about Irish prisons.

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Quiz: How much do you know about UFOs?

Test your knowledge of the world’s close encounters with the third kind.

Martin tells Fine Gael: 'Don't give us any lectures about responsible politics'

Martin was responding after Fine Gael aimed barbs at Fianna Fáil at its Ard Fheis earlier today.

From The42 As it happened: Ireland v New Zealand, November Tests Liveblog This post contains a poll

As it happened: Ireland v New Zealand, November Tests

We went minute-by-minute as Joe Schmidt’s Ireland bid to record a famous first home win over the All Blacks.

Here's What Happened Today: Saturday

Varadkar makes hefty tax promise, Drogheda gang feud and Crown Prince implicated in Khashoggi killing – it’s the evening fix.

Ireland in a Snapshot: The dreamlike landscape of the northern coastline

The northern coastline of Antrim is beyond beautiful and everything in between is worth investigating, writes Donal Moloney.

Photos: London bridges reopen after 85 people arrested over climate change protests

Hundreds of protesters blocked bridges across the UK capital today.

How many people in the North believe Brexit makes a united Ireland a possibility? It's the week in numbers

Plus: The amount of money that DCC is set to spend on on the removal of discarded chewing gum.

FactCheck: Are two Herbert Simms flat complexes in Dublin to be demolished?

There has been commentary online about plans for Pearse House and Markievicz House to be demolished – but are they set to be knocked down?

May takes potshot at rivals as Brexiteer tells her not a 'cat in hell's chance' of getting Brexit deal through

Many Tories are irate at the deal reached between the UK and the EU, and they want to remove May from office because of it.

Even though it won't bring 'big profits', the Shed Distillery is cracking on with a visitor centre

The attraction is expected to be up and running in early 2020 – at nearly double the cost than first expected.

Taoiseach promises to raise top rate of tax to €50k over next five years

In what many are dubbing an election speech, the Taoiseach promised transformational tax reform.

A new EU directive means it will soon be mandatory for people to be sent SMS alerts during terror attacks

The directive was passed in the European parliament earlier this week.

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