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Today’s News

Sport Ireland claims 'drip feed' of media reports about FAI is harming attempts to reform organisation

It follows another revelation about the FAI and its former CEO.

39 year-old man arrested after houses evacuated over security alerts in Derry

Police said a number of roads are closed to the public as they dealt with the alerts.

Ministers condemn march by republican group in Dublin as 'sickening' and 'disturbing'

The group was criticised for marching down O’Connell Street on Saturday.

From The42 LIVE: Leinster v Toulouse, Champions Cup semi-final Liveblog

LIVE: Leinster v Toulouse, Champions Cup semi-final

Join us for live coverage from the Aviva Stadium as Leo Cullen’s side bid to book their place in next month’s decider.

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The perfect steak dinner: 5 top Irish chefs share their tips for a homemade feast

'A logistical problem': Over 800 people arrested in Extinction Rebellion protests in London

The climate change protests have now entered a seventh day.

207 people killed and hundreds injured after explosions strike hotels and churches in Sri Lanka

The explosions struck as worshippers attended Easter services.

Opinion: A variety of non-Christian historical sources support the idea that Jesus rose from the dead

The eyewitnesses to the resurrection were willing to die for their faith – but who would die for a lie, writes Thomas Finegan.

Easter Rising commemorations take place at the General Post Office

Today marks the 103rd anniversary of the 1916 Easter Rising.

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From The42 LIVE: Everton v Man United, Premier League Liveblog

LIVE: Everton v Man United, Premier League

Man United face Everton, as they look to enhance their top-four prospects.

Warm spell to continue as Met Éireann confirms Saturday as hottest day of the year so far

Temperatures reached 22.9 degrees Celsius in Oak Park in Carlow yesterday.

These writings in Dublin might be the oldest surviving records of early Christian texts Chester Beatty Library This post contains videos

These writings in Dublin might be the oldest surviving records of early Christian texts

Showing early forms of the Gospels, the texts are on display at the Chester Beatty Library until the end of April.

From The42 'There isn't an openly gay professional player in this country' Be A Warrior

'There isn't an openly gay professional player in this country'

The Emerald Warriors will host the Union Cup in Dublin this summer.

Poll: Are you going to a religious service today? Poll This post contains a poll

Poll: Are you going to a religious service today?

Today is a day when mass attendance is higher than usual.

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Sitdown Sunday: How to change your life by doing... nothing

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

The 9 at 9: Easter Sunday

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

The Irish For: Why do we remember things from TV and what does that mean for learning languages?

‘Thousands of Irish people know their rights if they’re arrested in America but not if they’re arrested in Ireland… and nobody would know what mitosis was if it wasn’t for Sabrina,’ writes Darach Ó Séaghdha.

Taoiseach has no plans to beef up security for ministers after protests at their homes

Leo Varadkar says he has not added any extra security after protests at his home.

From The42 Cullen's Leinster put their European crown on the line against resurgent Toulouse Part III

Cullen's Leinster put their European crown on the line against resurgent Toulouse

The two most successful clubs in European club rugby history go head-to-head in a heavyweight semi-final showdown at the Aviva Stadium today.

Cyclist (39) seriously assaulted in north Dublin

Gardaí are appealing for witnesses.

From The42 Munster set sights on Pro14 trophy as barren run in Europe continues Next Job

Munster set sights on Pro14 trophy as barren run in Europe continues

‘We have come a long way as a team and as a squad,’ said Peter O’Mahony.

New Eddie Rocket's boss is planning a big expansion in Germany and beyond

The food industry veteran has an appetite for expansion.

Ten out of 19 maternity units have abortion services in place

The HSE has said that “service demand remains within the predicted limits” in relation to abortion services.

Yesterday’s News

From The42 Sexton ignores increasing levels of scrutiny as he returns to lead Leinster into battle Skipper

Sexton ignores increasing levels of scrutiny as he returns to lead Leinster into battle

‘I have been used to it since I have been in school. It’s not something I pay too much attention to.’

Here's What Happened Today: Saturday

A republican march, a gorse fire in Donegal and a blind sailor made headlines today.

From The42 Supporter banned from Ricoh Arena after confronting Billy Vunipola Detained

Supporter banned from Ricoh Arena after confronting Billy Vunipola

The Saracens number eight was confronted on the pitch in Coventry.

Opinion: In Colombia indigenous protests follow communities being displaced and leaders murdered

Thousands of indigenous people have attended a minga -a collective action for the common good – in defence of life, writes Kieran Duffy.

'A disgusting attempt at intimidation': Republican group criticised for O'Connell Street march after Lyra McKee killing

The march comes less than 48 hours after the 29-year-old journalist was killed in Derry.

How many people were suspended from housing lists for refusing multiple offers? It's the week in numbers

Plus: The total number of ATMs stolen by criminal gangs north and south of the border.

Blind Japanese sailor completes non-stop Pacific voyage

This was Mitsuhiro Iwamoto’s second attempt

From The42 Saracens crush Munster's European dream as van Graan's side bow out Well Beaten

Saracens crush Munster's European dream as van Graan's side bow out

The English side were too powerful, too clever and too controlling in Coventry.

PSNI make fresh appeal after two teenagers arrested over killing of Lyra McKee in Derry

The 29 year-old was killed in the city on Thursday.

'They were just ordinary people': Descendants of 1916 volunteers take us to where their ancestors fought Freedom Fighters This post contains videos

'They were just ordinary people': Descendants of 1916 volunteers take us to where their ancestors fought

Patrick Kilmartin and William O’Dea fought on the North Circular Road outpost and Mendicity Institute respectfully during the Rising.

Ireland's 'stable political environment' attracted a major HIV drug firm to Dublin

The Canadian company is in the process of getting its Trogarzo drug approved in Europe.

Gardaí investigating after gorse fire destroys house in Co Donegal

The fire spread throughout the afternoon from the Annagry area into nearby Dungloe and Kincasslagh.

Man airlifted to hospital after collapsing while walking on Carlingford mountain

Emergency services were alerted to the incident at midday.

Finian McGrath claims he was 'thrown under the bus' by other ministers over drink-driving remarks

He previously claimed the new laws were being implemented unfairly.

From The42 As it happened: Saracens v Munster, Champions Cup semi-final Liveblog

As it happened: Saracens v Munster, Champions Cup semi-final

We went minute-by-minute as Munster set out to break their semi-final habit against a formidable Saracens side.

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