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Saturday 3 June 2023 Dublin: 16°C

# Blessed

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# Blessed
‘I am grateful to be alive’ says Lewis Hamilton after horror crash at Monza
The protection device came to the Briton’s rescue when he was involved in a crash with Max Verstappen.
# Legend
Joseph Ndo's League of Ireland preview is definitely the most unusual one you'll see
‘Let’s enjoy it,’ proclaims the ex-Cameroon midfielder ahead of Friday’s opening round of games.
# Blessed
Sealed with a kiss: This to-be-wed couple is getting some help from St Valentine
The couple were blessed by a bishop in front of the saint’s shrine.
# Thankful
Here's what all the celebs got up to for Thanksgiving
Happy Turkey day to you and yours.
# some bread
€570 is the average amount an Irish child gets for Communion (but some kids get over a grand)
This story may make you cross.
# what's happening
This mam had a gas mix up when she got confused by the Twitter homepage
“My mum thought somebody messaged her saying ‘what’s happening?’”
# Lucky Escape
Pilot escapes injury after plane crash on Tory Island
A spokesperson for The Air Accident Investigations Unit confirmed that it is investigating the circumstances surrounding the event.
# Blessed
Lonely Planet named this West Cork toilet as one of the best in the world
# Blessed
Lonely Planet named this West Cork jacks as one of the best toilets in the world
# thanks mam
This little kid knows exactly how to show appreciation for their mam
#lovinlife #blessed
# Blessed
#LoveHate, selfies, and @BrianODriscoll: This was 2014 on Twitter
We did a LOT of tweeting this year.
# Blessed
8 ways the Newland's Cross flyover is changing lives
We’re on the road to… EVERYWHERE.
# Hashtag
6 hashtags we need to stop using right now
# Holy Moley!
Life after football: Northern Irish midfielder training to join the priesthood
Former Manchester United player Phil Mulryne has turned to the Catholic church in an unusual career move.