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Irish - Today's News

Poll: Do you think there should be further regulation of short-term lets?
# Your Say
# Your Say

Poll: Do you think there should be further regulation of short-term lets?

40 minutes ago 2,978 Views 4 Comments

Have your say.

Colourised photographs bring Irish Civil War to life in new way
# Life In Colour
# Life In Colour

Colourised photographs bring Irish Civil War to life in new way

1 hour ago 5,770 Views 3 Comments

We have a selection of the images from a new collection.

Sinéad O'Connor's legacy: 'This young woman from Dublin created so much reaction across the world'
# Nothing Compares
# Nothing Compares

Sinéad O'Connor's legacy: 'This young woman from Dublin created so much reaction across the world'

1 hour ago 9,134 Views 0 Comments

We speak to the director of a new documentary about Sinéad O’Connor, called Nothing Compares.

Sitdown Sunday: Who was the real Marilyn Monroe?
# 7 Great Reads
# 7 Great Reads

Sitdown Sunday: Who was the real Marilyn Monroe?

2 hours ago 5,353 Views 1 Comment

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

Sinn Féin remains most popular party as coalition fails to receive budget bounce
# Opinion Poll
# Opinion Poll

Sinn Féin remains most popular party as coalition fails to receive budget bounce

2 hours ago 9,195 Views 36 Comments

Sinn Féin have hit a record high of 37% support in the Ireland Thinks poll.

'When you get a Stuart Lancaster, you get a Klopp, a Guardiola, the best coach in world rugby'
# Goodbye Ruby Stuesday
From The42
# Goodbye Ruby Stuesday

'When you get a Stuart Lancaster, you get a Klopp, a Guardiola, the best coach in world rugby'

2 hours ago 8,777 Views 4 Comments

Leinster made an inspired choice when they appointed Stuart Lancaster in 2016 – they now face an even harder task to find his replacement.

Florida death toll rises to 47 amid struggle to recover from Hurricane Ian
# Hurricane Ian
# Hurricane Ian

Florida death toll rises to 47 amid struggle to recover from Hurricane Ian

3 hours ago 8,421 Views 0 Comments

Hundreds of thousands of people were still sweltering without power days after the monster storm.

Student: 'In a country with top universities, it's disgraceful that we have nowhere to live'
# Student Accommodation
# Student Accommodation

Student: 'In a country with top universities, it's disgraceful that we have nowhere to live'

3 hours ago 9,894 Views 8 Comments

Students deserve more than just barely surviving in college, says Mairead Maguire.

'It was too strong. It wasn't a word I should have used' - Stephen Kenny in reflective mood
# Zeroin
From The42
# Zeroin

'It was too strong. It wasn't a word I should have used' - Stephen Kenny in reflective mood

4 hours ago 20,988 Views 12 Comments

The Ireland manager admits his frustration at how the Nations League ended, as he eyes more clean sheets in Euro 2024 campaign.

New radar project to track jets and drones across Irish airspace could cost €300 million
# Primary Defence
# Primary Defence

New radar project to track jets and drones across Irish airspace could cost €300 million

11 hours ago 15,451 Views 32 Comments

The radar systems would be able to detect jets and drones at a range of altitutes.

Irish - Yesterday's News

Quiz: How much do you know about Disney?
# Test Yourself
# Test Yourself

Quiz: How much do you know about Disney?

13 hours ago 27,158 Views 9 Comments

Hot dog, hot dog, hot diggity dog!

Pro-unity Ireland's Future event draws big crowd as Leo and Mary Lou preach to the converted
# United Ireland
# United Ireland

Pro-unity Ireland's Future event draws big crowd as Leo and Mary Lou preach to the converted

14 hours ago 29,972 Views 42 Comments

The two were among five party leaders at today’s event.

Here's what happened today: Saturday
# The Fix
# The Fix

Here's what happened today: Saturday

14 hours ago 6,099 Views 0 Comments

Your roundup of what made the headlines.

Na Fianna reach first Dublin final since 2005 after 10-point win over Ballyboden
# Dublin SFC
From The42
# Dublin SFC

Na Fianna reach first Dublin final since 2005 after 10-point win over Ballyboden

15 hours ago 23,725 Views 4 Comments

The senior double is still on for the Glasnevin club.

Dublin Citizens' Assembly votes to recommend directly elected mayor with significant powers
# Citizens Assembly
# Citizens Assembly

Dublin Citizens' Assembly votes to recommend directly elected mayor with significant powers

15 hours ago 7,576 Views 9 Comments

At its final meeting today, members of the assembly voted on what recommendations to make in a report to be sent to the Oireachtas.

Larry Donnelly: There are two conflicting narratives emerging ahead of the US midterms
# US Politics
# US Politics

Larry Donnelly: There are two conflicting narratives emerging ahead of the US midterms

15 hours ago 11,564 Views 4 Comments

Our columnist looks at the key battles in the US ahead of November’s vote.

Munster get off the mark after scrappy encounter with Zebre in Cork
# Lacklustre
From The42
# Lacklustre

Munster get off the mark after scrappy encounter with Zebre in Cork

16 hours ago 23,274 Views 30 Comments

Graham Rowntree got his first win in a game which won’t live long in the memory.

Irish politics divided into problem solvers and problem exploiters, says Taoiseach
# Fianna Fáil Ard Fheis
# Fianna Fáil Ard Fheis

Irish politics divided into problem solvers and problem exploiters, says Taoiseach

16 hours ago 9,712 Views 33 Comments

Micheál Martin was addressing the Fianna Fáil Ard Fheis in the RDS in Dublin, where the party’s identity was central to discussions.

'I want the homeless number to come down': Short-term let controls on the way, says minister
# HOUSING SUPPLY
# HOUSING SUPPLY

'I want the homeless number to come down': Short-term let controls on the way, says minister

16 hours ago 12,440 Views 28 Comments

Changes to the homeless HAP are also on the way.

Have you seen Sonia? 14 year old missing from Clondalkin
# Missing
# Missing

Have you seen Sonia? 14 year old missing from Clondalkin

17 hours ago 12,593 Views 0 Comments

She has been missing since the afternoon of Thursday 29 September.

€1,000 rent credit just a 'starting point', as housing minister says Govt will look to increase it
# Housing
# Housing

€1,000 rent credit just a 'starting point', as housing minister says Govt will look to increase it

18 hours ago 16,548 Views 16 Comments

A €1,000 tax credit for 2022 and 2023 was announced this week as part of the budget.

Shared equity scheme to be extended to self-build homes, says minister
# Housing
# Housing

Shared equity scheme to be extended to self-build homes, says minister

20 hours ago 13,935 Views 18 Comments

Controversial planning rules for “build-to-rent” apartments are also set to be abolished.

Donnacha Ó Beacháin: 'Fake Russia Great Again' is surely Putin's new motto
# Annexation
# Annexation

Donnacha Ó Beacháin: 'Fake Russia Great Again' is surely Putin's new motto

20 hours ago 16,604 Views 20 Comments

The politics professor examines the Russian leader’s attempt this week to annex parts of Ukraine in a sham referendum.

FF Ard Fheis rejects motion to abolish the USC, minister says new 30% tax rate under review
# Ff Ard Fheis
# Ff Ard Fheis

FF Ard Fheis rejects motion to abolish the USC, minister says new 30% tax rate under review

Updated 20 hours ago 34,729 Views 63 Comments

The event takes place in the RDS in Dublin today with Taoiseach Micheál Martin due to give his speech at 6.30pm.

No mini-budget in January, but budget package will 'get us through winter', says Martin
# Ff Ard Fheis
# Ff Ard Fheis

No mini-budget in January, but budget package will 'get us through winter', says Martin

21 hours ago 5,824 Views 6 Comments

The windfall tax take will help ‘buffer’ Ireland’s finances, says the Taoiseach.

Political leaders and actors among those set to take part in United Ireland rally
# Ireland's Future
# Ireland's Future

Political leaders and actors among those set to take part in United Ireland rally

Updated 21 hours ago 37,627 Views 67 Comments

Cold Feet star Jimmy Nesbitt will deliver the keynote address at the Ireland’s Future event in Dublin.

Opinion: This planet is not one we 'own' - it's a resource we share
# Climate Emergency
# Climate Emergency

Opinion: This planet is not one we 'own' - it's a resource we share

Updated 22 hours ago 7,245 Views 6 Comments

Environmental campaigner Jamie Rohu says we must rethink our relationship with the natural world.

Crowley and Doak show their class for Emerging Ireland
# Half Backs
From The42
# Half Backs

Crowley and Doak show their class for Emerging Ireland

Updated 23 hours ago 20,635 Views 10 Comments

The half-backs led the way in Friday’s 54-7 defeat of the Griquas.

Poll: Would you like to see a United Ireland within your lifetime?
# Your Say
# Your Say

Poll: Would you like to see a United Ireland within your lifetime?

23 hours ago 84,272 Views 89 Comments

Have your say.

Final rallies to be held in Brazil ahead of polarizing presidential election
# Brazillian Elections
# Brazillian Elections

Final rallies to be held in Brazil ahead of polarizing presidential election

Sat 10:35 AM 5,761 Views 5 Comments

Tensions are running high ahead of polling day, with Lula gunning to win outright without the need for a runoff.

What would the meaning of World Cup qualification be for Irish women's football?
# The Vera Era
From The42
# The Vera Era

What would the meaning of World Cup qualification be for Irish women's football?

Updated Sat 10:05 AM 9,155 Views 4 Comments

‘The whole game will explode,’ says Vera Pauw.

'There were dark moments along the road. It always makes you appreciate the brighter days'
# Limerick GAA
From The42
# Limerick GAA

'There were dark moments along the road. It always makes you appreciate the brighter days'

Sat 8:00 AM 19,476 Views 2 Comments

A new hurling book, Limerick: A Biography in Nine Lives, tells the story of heartbreak and joy.

North Korea fires two missiles as South conducts military drills with US forces
# North Korea
# North Korea

North Korea fires two missiles as South conducts military drills with US forces

Sat 7:45 AM 7,404 Views 5 Comments

US Vice President Kamala Harris visited South Korea earlier this week.

'There's a World Cup next year. I still have ambitions to play for Ireland'
# Homegrown
From The42
# Homegrown

'There's a World Cup next year. I still have ambitions to play for Ireland'

Sat 7:00 AM 38,037 Views 25 Comments

James Cronin has made a superb start to life with Leicester but his exit from Munster hurt.

Electric Ireland, SSE Airtricity and Bord Gáis price hikes kick in this weekend
# Energy Costs
# Energy Costs

Electric Ireland, SSE Airtricity and Bord Gáis price hikes kick in this weekend

Sat 6:30 AM 30,941 Views 38 Comments

Increases for Electric Ireland and SSE Airtricity customers comes into effect today.

Boiling down the Budget: Here are all the major changes in one place
# Cut Through The Noise
# Cut Through The Noise

Boiling down the Budget: Here are all the major changes in one place

Sat 12:05 AM 25,597 Views 10 Comments
  • Now that we're a few days past the announcement, it's time to take stock of what the Budget brought, what it means for people, and how the country responded.
  • Here's where you can find everything you need to know about Budget 2023 on The Journal.

Irish - Friday 30 September, 2022

Leinster ride out the storm to escape from Belfast with a seven-point win
# Rivalry
From The42
# Rivalry

Leinster ride out the storm to escape from Belfast with a seven-point win

Fri 9:39 PM 23,281 Views 25 Comments

Ulster lost 20-13 to Leinster in round three of the URC this evening.

Here's What Happened Today: Friday
# Evening Fix
# Evening Fix

Here's What Happened Today: Friday

Fri 8:48 PM 6,572 Views 0 Comments

Here’s what made the headlines today.

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