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That's a wrap on Maths Week - Here's the answer to your Saturday puzzle
We have learned this week that maths is not always about numbers.
Maths Week: Your Saturday puzzle
Fancy another mathematics challenge? (And get the answer to yesterday’s puzzle.)
Maths Week: Your Friday puzzle
And get the answer to Thursday’s magic trick!
PM hopefuls need 100 nominations from Tory MPs to enter race to replace Truss
Truss has been Prime Minister for just 44 days.
Maths Week: Your Thursday puzzle
Day 6 – and this is a tough one. Follow the instructions closely.
Maths Week: Your Wednesday puzzle
Learn about the importance of Jan Łukasiewicz and his connection to Ireland.
Maths Week: Your Tuesday puzzle
Fancy a mathematics challenge?
Maths Week: Your Monday puzzle
Fancy a mathematics challenge?
Maths Week: Your Saturday puzzle
Fancy a mathematics challenge?
Death toll from Creeslough tragedy at 10, search for victims now concluded
Emergency services are not expecting any more fatalities from the site, reporters were told.
'Go and pursue your business idea': What to expect at National Women's Enterprise Day
Ireland’s largest female enterprise event takes place across 16 venues on Thursday, 13 October.
Family 'deeply saddened' as Irishman Rory Mason, 23, killed while fighting for Ukraine
Rory Mason died while fighting in the International Legion for the Defence of Ukraine.
Rory Mason's family learnt of his death from the Department of Foreign Affairs.
His father Rob said: “Rory was a private young man of drive, purpose and conviction."
The International Legion tor the Defence of Ukraine called him a "brother in arms".
Russian forces under pressure in south Ukraine as Zelenskyy claims 'dozens' of villages retaken
Nine European heads say they 'will never recognise' annexed parts of Ukraine as Russian
Find out how Budget 2023 tax changes will affect your take-home pay
Changes to income tax bands, USC rate bands and personal tax credits have been announced.
The world reacts as the death of Queen Elizabeth II aged 96 is announced
Buckingham Palace made the announcement this afternoon.
Queen Elizabeth II, Britain’s longest-reigning monarch, has died
Buckingham Palace confirmed the death of Britain’s longest-serving monarch.
Buckingham Palace said the queen died peacefully this afternoon.
The flag at the palace in London was lowered to half mast at 6.30pm.
President Michael D Higgins expressed sympathy on behalf of the people of Ireland.
LIVE: The world reacts as the death of Queen Elizabeth II aged 96 is announced
UK royal family gathers at Balmoral after death of Queen Elizabeth
Search stood down after body found in search for Galway man
Alan Healy had been last seen at his home in Loughrea, Co Galway.
"I couldn't recommend it more": Launch your career in the international food and drink industry
Applications for the Bord Bia Talent Academy Marketing Fellowship are open until 25 September.
FactCheck: Sign up to The Journal's monthly newsletter about misinformation trends
See how we’re fighting back with quality information every month – and what’s happening in the wider world of disinformation.
Missing 17-year-old found safe and well
Gardaí have thanked the public.
16-year-old missing from Louth found safe and well
Gardaí have thanked the public.
Three CBD and hemp oil products recalled over ‘unsafe’ levels of THC
THC is the main psychoactive ingredient in cannabis.
Defence spending boost confirmed but doubt cast over several key reform proposals
A new high level action plan on the Defence Forces has been launched this morning.
Register now: Contemporary homes just steps from Navan’s vibrant amenities
Glenveagh has three and four-bedroom homes available in Baker Hall from €350,000.
Taoiseach confident government will defeat no-confidence vote tomorrow
Several independent TDs have said they will not support the Sinn Féin motion.
Embattled Johnson sacks Gove and holds on as PM despite raft of calls to quit
A defiant Johnson is refusing to step down.
A group of senior Cabinet ministers visited Number 10 to call on Johnson to step down.
Nearly 40 Conservatives resigned from government posts in less than 24 hours.
The prime minister sacked prominent Cabinet member Michael Gove.
WATCH: Open Newsroom - Ireland and the EU after 50 years together
Watch our webinar on how Ireland found itself at the heart of the EU 50 years ago – and how it’s working for us now.
Open Newsroom Invitation: Ireland and The EU at 50 years
Join us at 1pm this Thursday to see how it started… and how it’s going.
RTÉ and The Journal the most popular sources of online news in Ireland
For the first time in Ireland, the smartphone is now the first place where consumers turn for news in the mornings.
Bill to override protocol presented as UK claims 'genuinely exceptional situation'
European Commission Vice President Maros Sefcovic said it will look at restarting “infringement proceedings” against the UK.
The Bill would see customs checks between Northern Ireland and Britain effectively scrapped.
It also proposes giving UK government ministers the power to change almost every aspect of the text.
Ireland and the EU have made clear that such steps would amount to a breach of international law.
Coveney warns UK altering Northern Ireland Protocol will 'deeply damage' relationships
FactCheck: Is the Protocol costing Northern Ireland's economy £2.5 million every day?
Motorcyclist killed and five other people injured in Kilkenny crash
The crash occurred on the R712 this evening.
Missing person appeal stood down following discovery of body
The man went missing from his home in Co Kildare, on Friday.
Jury suspends deliberations for the night in assault trial of Fine Gael senator
John McGahon, of Faughart Gardens, St. Patrick’s Terrace, Dundalk, has pleaded not guilty to assault causing harm in June 2018
Fine Gael senator accused of assault put his arm around wife of alleged victim, court hears
Fine Gael Senator John McGahon is on trial in Dundalk after pleading not guilty to a charge of assault.
'Tremendous resilience': Dublin show support for injured player Sean with jersey sponsor swap
Support4Drummo will be visible on shirts to raise awareness during matches this weekend.
Sinn Féin gains votes, on course to be largest party, Alliance and TUV also up
The first candidate was elected in Strangford this afternoon.
Brian Rowan: There's nothing dull about this election in Northern Ireland - it's hard to call
Six counties, 90 seats and 18 constituencies: Questions to be answered as Northern Ireland votes
Poll: Should voting be mandatory in Ireland?
It’s mandatory in Australia – but could it work here?
22-year-old man charged with murders of Aidan Moffitt and Michael Snee in Sligo
Yousef Palani appeared before Sligo District Court at 4.45pm.
The clocks went forward an hour overnight. Did you remember?
The times, they are a-changin’…
Q&A: From pledging rooms to giving cash - how you can help Ukrainian refugees in Ireland
The government has said as many as 40,000 people may arrive in Ireland by the end of April.