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Today’s News

Poll: Will you be sad to see the warm weather go?
# Your Say
# Your Say

Poll: Will you be sad to see the warm weather go?

19 minutes ago 4,155 Views 3 Comments

It was fun while it lasted…

Regulations to put indoor dining reopening on a legal footing to be published today
# Indoor Dining
# Indoor Dining

Regulations to put indoor dining reopening on a legal footing to be published today

57 minutes ago 3,918 Views 30 Comments

Failte Ireland’s guidelines for pubs and restaurants were published yesterday.

'She didn't realise she was that talented' - how a Cork bullet became Ireland's fastest woman
# Balineen Bullet
From The42
# Balineen Bullet

'She didn't realise she was that talented' - how a Cork bullet became Ireland's fastest woman

1 hour ago 11,778 Views 4 Comments

Phil Healy is ready for her first Olympic Games. This is how she got on track.

Boy (14) missing from Offaly since yesterday
# Gardaí
# Gardaí

Boy (14) missing from Offaly since yesterday

2 hours ago 14,425 Views 1 Comment

Harry Kearney is missing from his home in Derrynanagh in Co. Offaly.

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Sitdown Sunday: 'I'll keep searching for missing Esther'
# 7 Deadly Reads
# 7 Deadly Reads

Sitdown Sunday: 'I'll keep searching for missing Esther'

2 hours ago 9,867 Views 0 Comments

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

Today will mark the last of the warmer weather, with temperatures between 22 and 28 degrees
# Summer Sun
# Summer Sun

Today will mark the last of the warmer weather, with temperatures between 22 and 28 degrees

2 hours ago 15,221 Views 28 Comments

Overnight temperatures will be a more comfortable 12 to 15 degrees.

Pearse Doherty: Davy's top brass can’t lose when there's no accountability
# Opinion
# Opinion

Pearse Doherty: Davy's top brass can’t lose when there's no accountability

3 hours ago 9,182 Views 32 Comments

Legislation to underpin individual accountability in the financial sector must be published without delay, writes the Sinn Féin TD.

'Even though Craig wasn't around, he was very much part of their journey to ensure they got there'
# Legacy
From The42
# Legacy

'Even though Craig wasn't around, he was very much part of their journey to ensure they got there'

3 hours ago 11,749 Views 1 Comment

Two of Jeremy Lyons’ athletes at Dublin Sprint Club, Sophie Becker and Cillín Greene, are at the Olympic Games. The late Craig Lynch’s legacy will always live on in the group.

Cyclist dies in road accident in Cork
# Gardaí
# Gardaí

Cyclist dies in road accident in Cork

3 hours ago 36,040 Views 2 Comments

The male cyclist in his 40s received treatment at the scene.

Opinion: 12 weeks paternity leave helped me at home - and in work
# Opinion
# Opinion

Opinion: 12 weeks paternity leave helped me at home - and in work

4 hours ago 9,068 Views 11 Comments

Three months paternity leave isn’t the norm – but it’s good for both family and employer, says Shane Doyle

Garda fraud chief: Ireland's 'crazy' system for hunting white collar criminals must change
# Pat Lordan
# Pat Lordan

Garda fraud chief: Ireland's 'crazy' system for hunting white collar criminals must change

4 hours ago 16,890 Views 16 Comments

Detective Chief Superintendent Pat Lordan said current investigation system is “crazy”.

Olympics Breakfast: Mixed results for Ireland in the early hours of the second day at Tokyo 2020
# Daily Update
From The42
# Daily Update

Olympics Breakfast: Mixed results for Ireland in the early hours of the second day at Tokyo 2020

5 hours ago 39,102 Views 4 Comments

All you need to know about the overnight action on day two of the Olympic Games.

Stranded, refused and left waiting: Disabled people 'on tenterhooks' trying to access taxis
# REFUSED ENTRY
# REFUSED ENTRY

Stranded, refused and left waiting: Disabled people 'on tenterhooks' trying to access taxis

11 hours ago 9,861 Views 13 Comments
  • Advocates are concerned low availability of accessible taxis is leading to reduced independence, reports Maria Delaney of Noteworthy, our investigative platform.
  • Most accessibility-related complaints involved taxi drivers refusing to take guide dogs or wheelchair users.
  • Two-thirds of the current wheelchair accessible vehicles in the taxi fleet are based in the Greater Dublin area.

Yesterday’s News

Quiz: How much do you know about the Sun, suns, and sons?
# It Burns
# It Burns

Quiz: How much do you know about the Sun, suns, and sons?

13 hours ago 34,081 Views 14 Comments

In honour of that giant ball of fiery gas in the sky.

Here's What Happened Today: Saturday
# News Fix
# News Fix

Here's What Happened Today: Saturday

15 hours ago 13,147 Views 16 Comments

Here’s your round-up of what made the headlines today.

'Irish temperature records will be broken in the coming years because we're in a climate crisis'
# Heatwave
# Heatwave

'Irish temperature records will be broken in the coming years because we're in a climate crisis'

15 hours ago 38,538 Views 78 Comments
Four children rushed to hospital after funfair ride collapses
# Antrim
# Antrim

Four children rushed to hospital after funfair ride collapses

16 hours ago 47,861 Views 13 Comments

None of the injuries suffered at Carrickfergus Harbour in Co Antrim were said to be life-threatening.

Rescuers hunt for survivors as monsoon death toll hits 115 in India
# CLIMATE CRISIS
# CLIMATE CRISIS

Rescuers hunt for survivors as monsoon death toll hits 115 in India

16 hours ago 6,746 Views 3 Comments

Torrential downpours have lashed India’s western coast in recent days causing the worst floods in decades.

Gatland's Lions overcome half-time deficit in brilliant first Test victory
# One Up
From The42
# One Up

Gatland's Lions overcome half-time deficit in brilliant first Test victory

16 hours ago 43,886 Views 53 Comments

The Boks led 12-3 at the break but the tourists were outstanding in the second half.

Budapest Pride: Thousands march for LGBTQ rights amid growing hostility
# Hungary
# Hungary

Budapest Pride: Thousands march for LGBTQ rights amid growing hostility

16 hours ago 18,089 Views 34 Comments

Prime Minister Victor Orban’s critics have accused him of conflating paedophilia with homosexuality.

13-man Cork survive Clare test in dramatic finish to All-Ireland hurling qualifier
# Close Call
From The42
# Close Call

13-man Cork survive Clare test in dramatic finish to All-Ireland hurling qualifier

17 hours ago 40,260 Views 41 Comments

The LIT Gaelic Grounds hosted today’s game.

Protest in Dublin city centre against vaccines and new Covid Certs
# Vaccine Passport
# Vaccine Passport

Protest in Dublin city centre against vaccines and new Covid Certs

18 hours ago 79,127 Views 427 Comments

Protesters gathered at Custom House Quay before making their way along O’Connell Street and then to Government Buildings.

As it happened: South Africa v British and Irish Lions, First Test From The42
Live 19 hours ago

As it happened: South Africa v British and Irish Lions, First Test

Coronavirus: 1,345 new cases confirmed in Ireland
# Latest Figures
# Latest Figures

Coronavirus: 1,345 new cases confirmed in Ireland

20 hours ago 66,431 Views 95 Comments

The latest figures were announced by the Department of Health today.

Irish women's hockey team make winning start to first-ever Olympic campaign
# Green Army
From The42
# Green Army

Irish women's hockey team make winning start to first-ever Olympic campaign

20 hours ago 35,535 Views 27 Comments

Róisín Upton and Sarah Torrans scored the goals against South Africa.

First major music festival since the pandemic began kicks off in the UK
# Live Music
# Live Music

First major music festival since the pandemic began kicks off in the UK

20 hours ago 26,693 Views 36 Comments

40,000 people are in attendance this weekend.

Swimming ban lifted at two Dublin beaches after E.Coli levels recede
# Skerries
# Skerries

Swimming ban lifted at two Dublin beaches after E.Coli levels recede

21 hours ago 14,377 Views 13 Comments

The notice has been issued for Burrow Beach in Sutton and South Strand Skerries.

Man rescued after being trapped in flooded underground garage for three days
# Zhengzhou
# Zhengzhou

Man rescued after being trapped in flooded underground garage for three days

22 hours ago 16,880 Views 9 Comments

Li Yongsheng lay on a ventilation duct after floods hit the city of Zhengzhou.

'Had an English person called me Jerry, I'd have told him to eff off - but Telfer was a Celt'
# Everest
From The42
# Everest

'Had an English person called me Jerry, I'd have told him to eff off - but Telfer was a Celt'

Updated 23 hours ago 39,875 Views 2 Comments

Jeremy Davidson scaled rugby’s peak with the 1997 Lions and ahead of today’s first Test he reveals the secret to beating the world champion Springboks in their backyard.

Gun shots fired at Garda patrol car in Tallaght overnight
# Gardaí
# Gardaí

Gun shots fired at Garda patrol car in Tallaght overnight

Sat 11:24 AM 47,492 Views 80 Comments

The Garda vehicle was struck but no gardaí were injured.

Do you plan to dine indoors in a pub or restaurant soon?
# Your Say
# Your Say

Do you plan to dine indoors in a pub or restaurant soon?

Sat 10:51 AM 59,662 Views 182 Comments

Indoor hospitality will reopen on Monday.

Cooler weather on the way, but high temperatures of between 23 to 28 degrees forecast today
# Summer Sun
# Summer Sun

Cooler weather on the way, but high temperatures of between 23 to 28 degrees forecast today

Sat 10:07 AM 27,498 Views 31 Comments

Met Eireann says cooler and unsettled weather is expected for the week ahead

Lions and Springboks' clash in Cape Town has the makings of a classic
# First Test
From The42
# First Test

Lions and Springboks' clash in Cape Town has the makings of a classic

Updated Sat 10:00 AM 17,994 Views 2 Comments

Warren Gatland’s tourists will need to get out in front in the first half.

Some pubs and restaurants aren't reopening indoor dining over health and logistical concerns
# Not Yet
# Not Yet

Some pubs and restaurants aren't reopening indoor dining over health and logistical concerns

Sat 9:00 AM 45,971 Views 122 Comments

Unvaccinated staff, fear of public backlash and no counter service are among the reasons some pubs and restaurants aren’t reopening indoor areas.

Thousands protest lockdown restrictions across Australia amid another surge in Covid-19 cases
# Covid-19
# Covid-19

Thousands protest lockdown restrictions across Australia amid another surge in Covid-19 cases

Sat 8:57 AM 29,408 Views 46 Comments

There were 163 new infections in the last 24 hours.

From active travel to the Western Railway Corridor: An A-Z(ish) of public transport in Ireland
# Up To Speed
# Up To Speed

From active travel to the Western Railway Corridor: An A-Z(ish) of public transport in Ireland

Sat 8:30 AM 10,922 Views 7 Comments

Here’s your glossary of public transport terms to keep you up to speed.

Guidelines for indoor hospitality allows for six to a table, with closing time remaining at 11.30pm
# Indoor Dining
# Indoor Dining

Guidelines for indoor hospitality allows for six to a table, with closing time remaining at 11.30pm

Sat 7:42 AM 40,623 Views 87 Comments

Indoor hospitality in pubs and restaurants is to reopen from next Monday.

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