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Today’s News

From The42 Live: Aston Villa v Derby County, Championship play-off final Liveblog

Live: Aston Villa v Derby County, Championship play-off final

Follow our minute-by-minute coverage of the richest game in football at Wembley.

LIVE: Counting under way for a third day - and we should have our first MEP soon

Meanwhile, there are less than 80 seats yet to fill in Ireland’s local authorities.

Who is my local councillor? Here is a list of all the seats filled so far

A comprehensive list of everyone who has nabbed a seat.

Irish man and his wife killed in New York crash by suspected drunk-driver

John Heneghan was originally from Mayo but was living in New York.

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Game changer for Farage or a win of sorts for Remain? The main talking points from across the water Explainer This post contains videos

Game changer for Farage or a win of sorts for Remain? The main talking points from across the water

Farage’s Brexit Party won the most seats but things are more complicated than that.

Limerick has voted to have a directly elected mayor for the city

Waterford has rejected the same proposal.

Fine Gael react to 'car crash' Maria Bailey interview: 'I think she did herself a disservice this morning'

TD Maria Bailey defended taking a claim against a hotel after falling off a swing.

Tributes paid after second garda dies tragically over the weekend

Garda Dave Hearne died on the Wexford coast while Garda John McCallion died while cycling in Mayo.

From The42 'The nation's favourite tragic comedy unfolding again' - Brolly on Mayo's shock loss Criticism

'The nation's favourite tragic comedy unfolding again' - Brolly on Mayo's shock loss

Joe Brolly didn’t hold back on The Sunday Game last night.

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7 unmissable stops for an ice cream around Ireland - and what else to check out when you park up

Swing fall TD Maria Bailey says she won't 'bow down to keyboard warriors and bullies'

The Fine Gael TD today defended her now-dropped legal action against a Dublin hotel.

From The42 Here's the opening All-Ireland senior football qualifier draw for 2019 Round One

Here's the opening All-Ireland senior football qualifier draw for 2019

The games will take place on the weekend of 8-9 June.

Poll: Is it now time for a general election? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Is it now time for a general election?

There may be space for one this summer, so should we go for it?

The 9 at 9: Monday

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

When we can expect to elect our first MEPs and other essential things to know about today's counts

There’ll be battles for the final seats in all three EU constituencies while the council seats are almost filled.

The Brexit vote: Huge gains for Nigel Farage and Lib Dems as Tory and Labour vote crumbles

Great Britain and Northern Ireland will send 73 MEPs back to Brussels.

Opinion: Why do rich people lie, cheat and steal more than those on low incomes?

Seven experiments produced similar results leading researchers to conclude that higher social class predicts unethical behaviour, writes Diarmuid Pepper.

Calls for free folic acid to be given to Irish women as minister considers it ahead of Budget

Taking folic acid every day helps prevent your unborn baby from developing serious and possibly fatal conditions.

As it happened: All to play for as first European election counts announced

Stick with us as we bring you the latest updates all evening and into the night.

FactCheck: Does cannabis legalisation cause 'exponential' increases in the use of the drug?

The claim was made earlier this week by GP Dr Ray Walley in debate on cannabis legalisation.

First European election result confirms 'green wave' in Dublin - but no MEPs elected after seventh count

The first results from the European elections are in.

Yesterday’s News

From The42 'Did I think Damien Duff was going to make it? I always thought he had a real chance' LOI Legends This post contains videos

'Did I think Damien Duff was going to make it? I always thought he had a real chance'

Pat Devlin reflects on a distinguished career in Irish football.

Our night at Bounce - the club night for people with intellectual disabilities Button Factory This post contains videos

Our night at Bounce - the club night for people with intellectual disabilities

Originally from Galway, the club night was in Dublin as part of the Dublin Dance Festival.

How co-living works in other countries and how they compare to Ireland's house-shares

The Housing Minister said co-living developments offer less space for less rent ..

Here's What Happened Today: Sunday

Here’s what made the headlines on the second day of election counting.

89-year-old Donegal man becomes Ireland's oldest councillor after election win

Ian McGarvey, who will turn 89 in July, fought a close battle to keep his seat

Lynn Ruane: An inspirational school project reminds us of our shared humanity

I find it obscene that Ireland is dragging its feet rather than creating an environment where families torn apart by war can start a new life, writes Senator Lynn Ruane.

From The42 17 counties will be involved in tomorrow's All-Ireland football qualifier draw Round One

17 counties will be involved in tomorrow's All-Ireland football qualifier draw

The opening backdoor draw of the summer will take place.

PSNI appeal to two women reportedly sexually assaulted in Derry to contact police

The PSNI said two women may have been assaulted outside a music festival in the early hours of Saturday.

Two killed and 29 injured as 'devastating' tornado tears through US mobile home park

The tornado struck El Reno, near Oklahoma City, on Saturday night.

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Taoiseach says general election 'not a prospect in the next couple of days or weeks'

Leo Varadkar said he has no plans call into Aras an Uachtarain in the next couple of days.

Brendan Howlin dismisses leadership concerns and says he wants to 'work together' with the Greens

The Labour leader said he is ‘not at all disappointed’ with his party’s result.

Housing activists protest Eoghan Murphy at RDS for second time in two days

Housing minister Eoghan Murphy faced a similar protest at the RDS yesterday.

Explainer: Why is Facebook allowing a doctored video of 'drunk' US Speaker Nancy Pelosi to stay online?

The social media giant has been criticised after altered footage of Pelosi was posted online this week.

Irish Bishops say people who voted for repeal 'may not be entirely happy with their choice’ one year on

Today marks exactly one year since the result of the referendum was announced

As it happened: Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael securing majority of votes as Sinn Féin takes a hit

There is still a long way to go before the end of the election.

German jews warned by top anti-semitism official over wearing traditional kippah cap in public

In issuing the warning, he said he had “alas, changed my mind (on the subject) compared to previously.”

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