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British Chancellor announces abrupt u-turn on scrapping 45p tax rate
# U-turn
# U-turn

British Chancellor announces abrupt u-turn on scrapping 45p tax rate

Updated 26 minutes ago 39,274 Views 31 Comments

The British Chancellor said ‘we get it, and we have listened’ as he scrapped the 45p tax rate.

Iranian students clash with riot police in Tehran amid unrest sparked by Mahsa Amini's death
# Iran Protests
# Iran Protests

Iranian students clash with riot police in Tehran amid unrest sparked by Mahsa Amini's death

27 minutes ago 717 Views 0 Comments

Since the unrest started on 16 September, dozens of protesters have been killed and more than a thousand arrested.

Police under fire after 125 killed, including 32 children, in Indonesia stadium crush
# Indonesia Football Tragedy
# Indonesia Football Tragedy

Police under fire after 125 killed, including 32 children, in Indonesia stadium crush

Updated 1 hour ago 7,328 Views 0 Comments

The youngest victim is said to be a toddler aged three or four.

'A historic moment': Adopted people can access information about their birth from today
# Information And Tracing Act
# Information And Tracing Act

'A historic moment': Adopted people can access information about their birth from today

Updated 1 hour ago 6,136 Views 3 Comments

The new law allows people who were adopted or boarded out to access information about their origins.

Legislation allowing for complaints about a judge's conduct comes into effect
# Judicial Misconduct
# Judicial Misconduct

Legislation allowing for complaints about a judge's conduct comes into effect

1 hour ago 3,212 Views 7 Comments

It’s the first time in the history of the State that complaints can be made by members of the public.

Dangers persist in wake of Hurricane Ian as US vows to provide major aid for victims
# Hurricane Ian
# Hurricane Ian

Dangers persist in wake of Hurricane Ian as US vows to provide major aid for victims

1 hour ago 2,181 Views 1 Comment

At least 68 people have been confirmed dead in the US and Cuba as a result of the storm.

Have you seen Mary? Gardaí appeal for help in locating 39-year-old from Dublin
# Missing Person
# Missing Person

Have you seen Mary? Gardaí appeal for help in locating 39-year-old from Dublin

2 hours ago 8,038 Views 0 Comments

She has been missing from Dublin 9 since yesterday.

Four arrested in relation to garda ramming incident in Cherry Orchard
# Cherry Orchard
# Cherry Orchard

Four arrested in relation to garda ramming incident in Cherry Orchard

2 hours ago 8,028 Views 0 Comments

An operation was carried out this morning in relation to the incident in Cherry Orchard last month.

Man to appear in court charged with murder of schoolgirl Olivia Pratt-Korbel
# Liverpool
# Liverpool

Man to appear in court charged with murder of schoolgirl Olivia Pratt-Korbel

2 hours ago 5,754 Views 0 Comments

Thomas Cashman is accused of killing the nine-year-old, who was shot dead in her home in Didcot, Liverpool, on August 22.

HSE launches winter vaccination programme with flu and Covid-19 jabs
# The Needle Has Landed
# The Needle Has Landed

HSE launches winter vaccination programme with flu and Covid-19 jabs

3 hours ago 16,317 Views 3 Comments

The HSE is inviting eligible groups to get their flu jab and their Covid-19 booster.

Northern Ireland minister apologises for past ‘ferocious’ Brexit stance
# Brexit
# Brexit

Northern Ireland minister apologises for past ‘ferocious’ Brexit stance

Updated 4 hours ago 36,273 Views 25 Comments

Steve Baker said ministers needed to act with ‘humility’ to restore relationships with Ireland and the EU.

Garda investigate as cyclist injured in collision in Sligo
# Sligo
# Sligo

Garda investigate as cyclist injured in collision in Sligo

4 hours ago 7,213 Views 0 Comments

A garda spokesperson said that the incident happened on the N4 at the Collooney roundabout in Sligo on Sunday.

Brazil to vote again in run-off after neither candidate receives 50% support
# Election
# Election

Brazil to vote again in run-off after neither candidate receives 50% support

4 hours ago 7,828 Views 1 Comment

The tightness of the result came as a surprise, since pre-election polls had given Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva a commanding lead.

Sixth search of a Co Monaghan site for the remains of one of the ‘Disappeared’ begins today
# Columba Mcveigh
# Columba Mcveigh

Sixth search of a Co Monaghan site for the remains of one of the ‘Disappeared’ begins today

4 hours ago 7,348 Views 2 Comments

Since 1999, there have been five searches of Bragan Bog for Columba McVeigh’s body.

Property prices nationwide are 7.8% higher than one year ago
# Housing
# Housing

Property prices nationwide are 7.8% higher than one year ago

5 hours ago 6,341 Views 2 Comments

The median asking price for a home in Q3 2022 was €320,000.

Murder trial of Gerry 'The Monk' Hutch to begin at Special Criminal Court today
# On Trial
# On Trial

Murder trial of Gerry 'The Monk' Hutch to begin at Special Criminal Court today

11 hours ago 15,737 Views 0 Comments

Hutch is charged with the murder of David Byrne.

Yesterday's News

Quiz: How well do you know your Irish crisps?
# Quiz
# Quiz

Quiz: How well do you know your Irish crisps?

13 hours ago 41,176 Views 21 Comments

Open up a nice bag of quizps.

Here's what happened today: Sunday
# News Fix
# News Fix

Here's what happened today: Sunday

14 hours ago 7,670 Views 1 Comment

Your roundup of what made the headlines.

Ten Hag: 'I wouldn't bring him in because we are 4-0 down out of respect for Cristiano'
# CRUMBLED
From The42
# CRUMBLED

Ten Hag: 'I wouldn't bring him in because we are 4-0 down out of respect for Cristiano'

Updated 15 hours ago 45,400 Views 12 Comments

Manchester United manager explains why Portugal legend didn’t play as Roy Keane says club should have let him leave in summer.

Money Diaries: A retail manager on €48K in Dublin living at home and saving for a home
# HISMM
# HISMM

Money Diaries: A retail manager on €48K in Dublin living at home and saving for a home

15 hours ago 31,928 Views 6 Comments

This week our reader is busy doing different shifts and is trying to save for a home.

Motorcyclist (50s) dies after collision with a car in Louth
# RIP
# RIP

Motorcyclist (50s) dies after collision with a car in Louth

15 hours ago 17,391 Views 6 Comments

Gardaí and emergency services attended the scene of a fatal traffic collision on the R132 in Dunleer.

'Fans died in players' arms': At least 125 dead after stampede at Indonesian football stadium
# Indonesia
# Indonesia

'Fans died in players' arms': At least 125 dead after stampede at Indonesian football stadium

Updated 16 hours ago 60,365 Views 20 Comments

The death toll was revised from 175 because of double counting.

No Mannion but Shane Walsh hits 0-8 as Kilmacud steady ship to reach Dublin final
# GALWAYBOY
From The42
# GALWAYBOY

No Mannion but Shane Walsh hits 0-8 as Kilmacud steady ship to reach Dublin final

17 hours ago 28,376 Views 2 Comments

The defending champions beat Thomas Davis to progress to the Dublin Senior Football Championship decider for the third time in five years.

Man shot dead in busy Belfast clubhouse as people watched football on TV
# Belfast
# Belfast

Man shot dead in busy Belfast clubhouse as people watched football on TV

Updated 17 hours ago 55,699 Views 0 Comments

The incident happened at the clubhouse of Donegal Celtic Football Club on the Suffolk Road in west Belfast.

Nine European heads say they 'will never recognise' annexed parts of Ukraine as Russian
# Russian Invasion
# Russian Invasion

Nine European heads say they 'will never recognise' annexed parts of Ukraine as Russian

Updated 18 hours ago 33,186 Views 19 Comments

Russia’s loss of Lyman is a new blow to the Kremlin as it seeks to escalate the war by illegally annexing four regions of Ukraine.

Some Trump staffers still have documents to be given to National Archives
# USA
# USA

Some Trump staffers still have documents to be given to National Archives

18 hours ago 12,824 Views 14 Comments

A letter from the acting US archivist said some staffers had used private electronic messaging accounts to conduct official business, and not turned those messages over as required by law.

Orlene upgraded to Category Four hurricane as it heads for Mexico
# Hurricane Orlene
# Hurricane Orlene

Orlene upgraded to Category Four hurricane as it heads for Mexico

19 hours ago 15,088 Views 3 Comments

Orlene is due to make landfall tomorrow night.

Hat-tricks for Foden and Haaland as Man City surge to 6-3 derby victory
# Local Rivals
From The42
# Local Rivals

Hat-tricks for Foden and Haaland as Man City surge to 6-3 derby victory

19 hours ago 28,700 Views 60 Comments

Man City are now within a point of Premier League leaders Arsenal.

Top scorer? Most appearances? Analysing Ireland's last 8 games under Stephen Kenny
# Looking Back
From The42
# Looking Back

Top scorer? Most appearances? Analysing Ireland's last 8 games under Stephen Kenny

Updated 20 hours ago 12,824 Views 6 Comments

The Boys in Green have had some mixed results in recent times.

Taoiseach confirms pay-as-you-go utility customers will not be disconnected if unable to top up
# Disconnection Moratorium
# Disconnection Moratorium

Taoiseach confirms pay-as-you-go utility customers will not be disconnected if unable to top up

20 hours ago 21,002 Views 23 Comments

Mick Barry TD raised concerns about the disconnection moratorium for pay-as-you-go customers.

Voting under way in highly polarised Brazilian election
# Bolsonaro V Lula
# Bolsonaro V Lula

Voting under way in highly polarised Brazilian election

Updated 20 hours ago 7,203 Views 6 Comments

The race pits incumbent President Jair Bolsonaro against his political nemesis, former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva.

Nord Stream 1 pipelines have stopped leaking, says Denmark
# Nord Stream
# Nord Stream

Nord Stream 1 pipelines have stopped leaking, says Denmark

21 hours ago 10,248 Views 3 Comments

Undersea blasts that damaged the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines in the Baltic Sea this week have led to huge methane leaks.

State is now the biggest actor in housing, says Taoiseach
# Gaffs
# Gaffs

State is now the biggest actor in housing, says Taoiseach

Updated 22 hours ago 18,662 Views 38 Comments

Micheál Martin blasted the number of objections by politicians to new developments in their areas.

Swiss police fire rubber bullets to disperse anti-Iranian protests
# Iran Protests
# Iran Protests

Swiss police fire rubber bullets to disperse anti-Iranian protests

Updated 23 hours ago 14,868 Views 5 Comments

Officers said two demonstrators who climbed over the fence at the Iranian Embassy in Bern were detained.

Student: 'In a country with top universities, it's disgraceful that we have nowhere to live'
# Student Accommodation
# Student Accommodation

Student: 'In a country with top universities, it's disgraceful that we have nowhere to live'

Updated 23 hours ago 30,949 Views 44 Comments

Students deserve more than just barely surviving in college, says Mairead Maguire.

Poll: Do you think there should be further regulation of short-term lets?
# Your Say
# Your Say

Poll: Do you think there should be further regulation of short-term lets?

Sun 10:31 AM 20,984 Views 30 Comments

Have your say.

Colourised photographs bring Irish Civil War to life in new way
# Life In Colour
# Life In Colour

Colourised photographs bring Irish Civil War to life in new way

Sun 10:00 AM 27,166 Views 15 Comments

We have a selection of the images from a new collection.

Truss admits mistakes over mini-budget but stands by tax-cutting package
# Tory Conference
# Tory Conference

Truss admits mistakes over mini-budget but stands by tax-cutting package

Updated Sun 9:43 AM 25,916 Views 18 Comments

Truss rejected calls to sack Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng over his mini-budget turmoil.

Sinéad O'Connor's legacy: 'This young woman from Dublin created so much reaction across the world'
# Nothing Compares
# Nothing Compares

Sinéad O'Connor's legacy: 'This young woman from Dublin created so much reaction across the world'

Sun 9:30 AM 29,664 Views 0 Comments

We speak to the director of a new documentary about Sinéad O’Connor, called Nothing Compares.

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