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Sunday 1 October 2023 Dublin: 13°C

# EP2014

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Electric Picnic was looking lovely in the sunshine today: photos
*fights FOMO*
Here's the one photo you have to see from Electric Picnic
Nile Rodgers tweeted his view from the stage last night. It was… awesome.
Electric Picnic Day Two, as told in tweets from Stradbally
The toilets are beginning to creak.
Total eclipse of the gig: Bonnie Tyler suffers power outage at Electric Picnic
She was playing in the Electric Ireland Power House tent. Morto.
In photos: Electric Picnic day two as sunshine hits Stradbally
Hangovers and heavy petting.
Two people hospitalised after Electric Picnic tent fire
The blaze happened at the Pink Moon campsite in the early hours.
In photos: Festivalgoers arrive at Electric Picnic in the rain and mud
It has to get better than this.
One million tweets: Here's how social media was used to encourage people to vote
One in five potential voters were reached by Facebook’s “I voted” button which was shared more than 2.7 million times.
"Some people quote Shakespeare, I quote Rage Against the Machine: "It's time to take the power back.""
The Roscommon-Leitrim deputy will vacate his Dáil seat, leading to a by-election.
Humiliated in the polls, Hollande calls for EU reform
Stung by the rise of parties on the right, the French President said the EU had become “incomprehensible” to voters.
The gloves are off: Socialists slam Brid Smith for splitting Dublin vote
Socialist MEP Paul Murphy lost his seat tonight but told reporters we haven’t seen the last of him yet…
UKIP on clear lead in Britain as Eurosceptics clear up across EU
Nigel Farage spoke of a “political earthquake” – and here’s how the other EU results are shaping up.
Two out of Ireland's three Euro constituencies won't make first count tonight
Lynn Boylan has been voted in as MEP in Dublin, but South and Midlands-Northwest have adjourned until tomorrow.
Adams thinks Kenny should leave government, not be discussing future coalitions
As for Sinn Féin and Fine Gael sharing power? “It would be a most unlikely alliance.”
National Front takes one in four votes at top of French exit poll
Leader Marine Le Pen celebrating surge of vote for her anti-immigration, anti-EU party.
Sinn Féin leads in Dublin, but Hayes faces a fight
Another good result for Sinn Féin means a bad result for the junior Finance Minister.
'I try to say what I mean and mean what I say' - Ronan Mullen on faith, Europe and farming
Stepping out of the Seanad to run in a massive constituency, Ronan Mullen is aiming to take a seat in the European Parliament.
OutKast, Beck and Portishead to headline Electric Picnic 2014
Here’s the full lineup…
Fianna Fáil and Labour select European candidates for Ireland South
Micheál Martin paid tribute to Liam Aylward who is retiring from politics, while Eamon Gilmore said the Labour Party is ready to fight come May.
It looks like those Electric Picnic lineup 'announcements' are bogus
It would seem a gig listing app has got it wrong.
Dáil's youngest TD could run in next year's European elections
Simon Harris is now among those who is considering running in the redrawn Ireland South in next year’s elections.
'He’s very highly regarded': MEPs back Taoiseach for EU job - but they don't think he'll take it
European Council president Herman van Rompuy is said to have approached one Irish MEP, asking them to find out if Kenny is interested in taking one of two top EU jobs that become available next year.
'Having a record helps': Marian Harkin hopes experience will help retain Euro seat
The former TD is the sitting MEP for ‘Ireland North-West’ but will compete in vastly expanded ‘Midlands-North-West’ constituency next year.