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Irish - Yesterday’s News

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Irish - Sunday 22 November, 2020

Northern parties (minus DUP and UUP) join forces to call for public inquiry into murder of Pat Finucane

Finucane was shot by loyalist paramilitaries in front of his family in 1989 amid claims of collusion with state forces.

From The42 Underdogs Cavan stun Donegal to end 23 years of hurt in Ulster Shock

Underdogs Cavan stun Donegal to end 23 years of hurt in Ulster

Mickey Graham’s side won by four points in the Athletic Grounds.

Coronavirus: One death and 318 new cases confirmed in Ireland

Health officials confirmed the latest figures this evening.

Gardaí seize drugs and ammunition in searches in Sligo and Cork

A man is due in court this evening in connection with the Cork seizure.

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Minister says Christmas 'free-for-all' could lead to January lockdown

Pippa Hackett said businesses reopening and closing again wouldn’t suit anybody.

Tipperary end 85-year wait for Munster senior football glory with famous win over Cork

Páirc Uí Chaoimh hosted today’s game.

10 deaths and 342 new cases of Covid-19 confirmed in Northern Ireland

All figures were confirmed by Northern Ireland’s Department of Health at 2pm this afternoon.

Status Yellow warning for the west as heavy rainfall set to sweep in from tomorrow Deluge This post contains videos

Status Yellow warning for the west as heavy rainfall set to sweep in from tomorrow

Met Éireann has warned of the potential for flooding.

People Before Profit TDs to move impeachment motion against Seámus Woulfe

The judge would only be removed if both the Dáil and Seanad supported such a motion.

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From The42 As it happened: Cork v Tipperary, Munster Senior Football Championship final Updates

As it happened: Cork v Tipperary, Munster Senior Football Championship final

A place in the All-Ireland semi-finals is at stake at Páirc Uí Chaoimh, where throw-in is fixed for 1.30pm.

Nine arrested in Cork city after social media footage shows crowds on the street

Gardaí say public on the streets were ‘overwhelmingly compliant with public Health guidelines’.

O'Callaghan apologises for breaking Covid guidelines at RTÉ gathering

The gathering took place as a farewell to a long-time RTÉ employee on their last day.

Poll: Should there be a statutory right to sick pay in Ireland? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should there be a statutory right to sick pay in Ireland?

Tánaiste Leo Varadkar committed to getting the process completed as quickly as possible.

From The42 A breakthrough at Liverpool and senior caps for Ireland in a career to be proud of Interview

A breakthrough at Liverpool and senior caps for Ireland in a career to be proud of

‘It’s phenomenal to look back at the kind of world superstars you were in a dressing room with.’

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Unrest in Guatemala escalates over budget slashes to health and education spending

About 1,000 protesters were demonstrating outside the Congress building.

Garda appeal after woman dies in Louth crash

The crash happened on the N2 at Glebe between Ardee and Carrickmacross.

Sitdown Sunday: How the Queen's Gambit mirrors its creator's life

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

The 9 at 9: Sunday

Here’s what’s making headlines this morning.

G20 Summit opens to a call for leaders to collectively act against the coronavirus pandemic

The “family photo” was digitally designed and superimposed onto a local landmark outside Riyadh.

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From The42 Watching the haunting Bloody Sunday centenary commemoration at a dark and silent Croke Park 100 Years On

Watching the haunting Bloody Sunday centenary commemoration at a dark and silent Croke Park

The GAA poignantly remembered the 14 people who were killed on a harrowing afternoon 100 years ago.

Drug manufacturer Regeneron gets green light for new antibody treatment in US

The green light for drugmaker Regeneron came after the antibodies were shown to reduce Covid-19 related hospitalizations.

Larry Donnelly: Joe Biden won, but Democrats don’t get it

Larry Donnelly says while defeating Trump is a welcome victory, Democrats are in danger of storing up problems for the future by isolating the centre-ground.

Trump calls for recount in Georgia as states prepare to certify election results

The Republican secretary of state certified the state’s election results on Friday, showing a Biden win by 12,670 votes.

From The42 England are a better team than Ireland and more work is needed to close the gap Second Best

England are a better team than Ireland and more work is needed to close the gap

Andy Farrell and his coaches must remedy the lineout and breakdown issues that hurt them yesterday.

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Gardaí appealing to public to be cautious of scams as Christmas approaches

The GNECB have issued guidelines for consumers surrounding online activity.

Explainer: Why it's taken a pandemic to get sick pay back on the government agenda

An employment law expert explains the current legal situation and the government’s options.

Irish - Saturday 21 November, 2020

Quiz: How much do you know about pints?

A pint’s a pound, the world around.

From The42 Relentless Dublin complete Leinster 10-in-a-row after mauling Meath Royal Hiding

Relentless Dublin complete Leinster 10-in-a-row after mauling Meath

Cormac Costello received a late red card as goals from Dean Rock, Sean Bugler and Niall Scully saw Dublin home.

Opinion: ‘Self-regulation is no regulation’ - what the Lobbying Act has failed to tackle

If a public official is lobbied while abroad there is no regulation to oversee this, writes policy expert.

Here's a list of Irish charities that have launched Christmas appeals

It’s the time of giving, after all.

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Here's What Happened Today: Saturday

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

'Profound sadness and outrage': 14 victims of Bloody Sunday remembered 100 years on

Only a limited number of people could attend the event at Croke Park but the GAA encouraged people to light a candle in their homes.

From The42 'Disgusted' Alan Kelly denies leaking information from Irish dressing room Response

'Disgusted' Alan Kelly denies leaking information from Irish dressing room

The goalkeeper coach has broken his silence as the fallout to a leak from the Irish dressing room intensifies.

Bloody Sunday: How the senseless attack in Croke Park hastened the end of British rule

We take a look at the events of that day, using newspaper reports and archive material.

Coronavirus: Four deaths and 344 new cases confirmed in Ireland

Health officials confirmed the latest figures this evening.

Gardaí seize vehicles and stolen goods in Co Dublin searches

Two women and a man were arrested in connection with the seisure.

England smother the life out of Farrell's Ireland in dominant win at Twickenham

A late Jacob Stockdale try put some gloss on the scoreline but Ireland were a clear second best.

Galway father and son save swimmer off Salthill in another sea rescue

The two fishermen were given a mayoral award earlier this year for their rescue of two paddleboarders.

Harte goal the difference as Galway see off Tipperary in thriller

Shane O’Neill’s side will face Limerick in an All-Ireland semi-final next week.

10 deaths and 357 new cases of Covid-19 confirmed in Northern Ireland

The figures were confirmed by Northern Ireland’s Department of Health this afternoon.