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Wednesday 4 October 2023 Dublin: 15°C

# grand stretch

All time
Crowds gather at Newgrange to watch winter solstice despite overcast weather
For the second year in a row, the chamber itself remains closed due to Covid-19.
WATCH: Beautiful sunrise lights up Newgrange chamber as days start to get longer
Weather conditions were better this morning as thousands of viewers tuned in from around the world.
The grand stretch really arrives today... because the clocks went forward last night
You didn’t forget… right?
Weekend tips: Day One of Flat season brings new opportunities
Sea the Stars’ son Karawaan can make an impression this weekend, writes Thom Malone.
Did you put your clocks forward? You should have...
Hope you weren’t late for anything this morning.
Temperatures to reach 26 degrees today as fine spell to stay well into next week
This is not a drill. Take out the barbecue as it will not rain* (it may rain somewhere)
Days on Earth are getting longer (very, very slowly)
A new study says that Earth’s days are getting longer by around 1.8 milliseconds per century.
Here are the TDs who voted to take another eight days off from the Dáil
What’s another week?
Your day will be one second longer tomorrow
It could make some computers go a little weird.
6 ways to take that Grand Stretch by the horns
Let there be light…
It's official... There's a grand stretch in the evenings
Look around you. Is it too soon for an ice pop?
Are you ready for the 'grand stretch' in the evenings?
Can you smell the decking? The patio furniture?
Irish people are officially obsessed with the "grand stretch"
We heard you the first time.
It is not raining anywhere in Ireland right now
Plus: bonus photos of a glorious sunset.
There's absolutely no denying it, there's a grand stretch this evening
LOOK AROUND YOU.
Column: When does spring really start? Let's clear this is up once and for all.
Is spring the start of February… or the start of March? If you ask me, there’s only one proper answer, and it involves astronomy. But there are a couple of reasons behind different dates, writes Conor Farrell.
You're not the only one who's noticed the 'grand stretch'
It’ll be Loop The Loop time before we know it.
Why does a Labour TD want to change Ireland's time zone?
A plan to bring Ireland into line with Central European Time could gain us 300 hours of ‘useful’ sunlight a year.
8 sentences that you will overhear on an Irish sunny evening
They say it’s meant to last the weekend.