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Today’s News

From The42 Memory lane: The Panini sticker collection of Ireland's '94 World Cup squad Any Swaps

Memory lane: The Panini sticker collection of Ireland's '94 World Cup squad

Try not to weep with the intense nostalgia coming your way.

Opinion: Staying sober is really hard but life without booze is magic

Are you sober-curious? It can be hard to say no to drink but my life is so much better without it, writes Elaine Benson.

Quiz: Test your dad knowledge this Father's Day

The theme of today’s quiz is fathers.

Here's What Happened Today: Sunday

Support drops for Fine Gael, hundreds of thousands march in Hong Kong and Bloomsday celebration held in Dublin.

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Body of woman missing since December found

Gardaí confirmed that Mary Ryan’s body had been found.

From The42 Cox and Murtagh fire Roscommon to Connacht glory after Galway's second-half collapse Rossies On A Roll

Cox and Murtagh fire Roscommon to Connacht glory after Galway's second-half collapse

Anthony Cunningham’s side trailed by five at half-time and powered to victory from there.

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Gardaí appeal for public's help in locating man (41) missing since yesterday morning

Richard Adams (41) was last seen at 10.30am yesterday morning at Palmerstown Park.

The Explainer: How did a woman who died in Direct Provision come to be buried without ceremony?

Who is Sylva Tukula and what does her death mean for Ireland?

Massive power outage leaves Uruguay and Argentina without electricity

Two Argentine power companies confirmed that the failure knocked out electricity throughout Argentina.

For every hundred salmon that go out to sea, 95 don't come back - the state of wild salmon in Ireland International Year Of The Salmon This post contains videos

For every hundred salmon that go out to sea, 95 don't come back - the state of wild salmon in Ireland

We spoke to Dr Ciaran Byrne from Inland Fisheries Ireland about the worrying decline in wild salmon numbers.

From The42 Clare hit back with Munster victory over Cork but exit 2019 All-Ireland hurling race Banner Win
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Rory Stewart says he'll set up a Citizens' Assembly on Brexit if he becomes Prime Minister

The Tory leadership candidate said that “this is what they did in Ireland on abortion, and actually really worked”.

Garda Armed Support Unit at the scene of public order incident in Ballyfermot

It is believed that at least two people have sustained knife injuries in the incident.

Woman in critical condition after her car entered Fermanagh lake

Three police officers retrieved the woman from the sinking car, and have been commended for their bravery.

Man charged in connection with death of 41-year-old woman in Westport

The man is due to appear before sitting of Castlebar District Court at 2pm today.

Simon Harris says he'll look to protect Ruth Morrissey award in any appeal of her court case

The two laboratories involved in the case have said that they would appeal.

Poll shows drop in support for Fine Gael as Fianna Fáil surges ahead

The poll shows that support for Fine Gael is at its lowest point since Leo Varadkar became taoiseach two years ago.

Tens of thousands hit Hong Kong streets in anger at extradition law

Protesters are calling for the city’s leader Carrie Lam to step down; Lam apologised again today.

Loughinisland journalists: It's still surreal to think we were arrested in Northern Ireland for a documentary

“Police officers were going through our computers, and taking documents that were completely unrelated to the film.”

From The42 Injuries, lack of goals, loss of form - where did it go wrong for the Galway hurlers? Comment

Injuries, lack of goals, loss of form - where did it go wrong for the Galway hurlers?

21 months after their All-Ireland triumph, Galway’s season is over in mid-June.

Poll: Will you be marking Father's Day? ár N-aithreacha This post contains a poll

Poll: Will you be marking Father's Day?

Is it a day where we can collectively appreciate our fathers, or is it too commercial for you?

From The42 Giants Stadium to Citrus Bowl burns: How well do you remember Ireland's '94 World Cup? USA 94

Man (45) taken to hospital after Dublin assault

The man’s injuries are not thought to be life-threatening.

Justice Minister apologises to garda who faced dismissal after becoming pregnant by another garda

“What happened to her was clearly wrong on every level,” Charlie Flanagan said.

The 9 at 9: Sunday

Sit back with a cup of coffee – here’s what’s in the headlines today.

Sitdown Sunday: The Golden State Killer

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

The Irish For: A Bloomsday Breakfast with extra Subh Milis on Father’s Day 2019

In some ways, it is serendipitous that these two events should happen on the same Sunday, writes Darach Ó Séaghdha.

RTÉ's coverage of Women's World Cup could be 'turning point' for sport

The competition kicked off last Friday.

From The42 'There was an absolute moment where the light goes from his eyes' Living Legend This post contains videos

'There was an absolute moment where the light goes from his eyes'

Asif Kapadia’s new film tells the bittersweet story of a deeply flawed genius who captured the hearts of a nation.

Councillor criticises move to reduce the number of council meetings as 'attack on democracy'

The meetings are designed for councillors to discuss concerns they have in their respective electoral areas.

From The42 'When you smell it and live it and see kids dying, it's very hard not to do something about it' Tribe Tale

'When you smell it and live it and see kids dying, it's very hard not to do something about it'

Former Galway dual star Alan Kerins shares the brilliant story of his remarkable work in Africa.

'When you or I sit down in a restaurant, we need to know our tips are going directly to staff'

When a customer provides a tip after satisfactory service, they should know exactly where that money goes, writes Minister Regina Doherty.

Restaurants and bars that don't display their tips policy will face fines of up to €2,500 Exclusive

An amendment to the law is to be introduced to ensure tips go to the employee.

Government denies UN claim that housing in Ireland is 'unaffordable'

A letter from the UN said private housing investment has impacted security of tenure for renters.

Yesterday’s News

A search is under way for a century-old 'solidarity' book sent from Poland's children to Ireland

The book was a thank you gift after Ireland sent its own version in response to the Września children’s strike of 1901.

Murder investigation launched into death of 41-year-old woman in Westport

A man (40s) arrested in connection with this investigation remains in garda custody.

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