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Monday 25 September 2023 Dublin: 14°C

# mark of respect

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Schools asked to observe minute's silence in memory of Ashling Murphy
The minute’s silence will be held to coincide with the young teacher’s funeral tomorrow.
All time
Rangers-Celtic Cup tie among sports events moved to avoid clash with Duke of Edinburgh's funeral
A host of sporting fixtures in the UK have switched times to avoid overlapping with the ceremony.
Here are the jerseys Dublin and Tipperary will wear to mark Bloody Sunday centenary
Both counties line out in provincial finals this weekend, 100 years on from the darkest day in GAA history.
Tipperary to wear green and white jersey in Munster final to coincide with Bloody Sunday anniversary
The jersey will feature an image of Michael Hogan on the sleeve along with the official Tipperary and GAA crests.
What do you think of Cork's 1920 commemorative jersey?
The shirt was unveiled at Páirc Uí Chaoimh today.
Cork to wear black jerseys commemorating Mac Curtain and MacSwiney for upcoming games
The black jerseys with red trimming will also commemorate the Kilmichael Ambush and the Burning of Cork, both of which occurred 100 years ago.
Book of condolence for Gay Byrne to open at Dublin's Mansion House this morning
The public will be able to pay their respects at The Mansion House, Dawson Street today from 11am and 5pm and then tomorrow between 10am and 5pm.
Chelsea cancel Premier League victory parade following Manchester attack
The club say it wouldn’t be appropriate to go ahead with the planned celebrations on Sunday.
Several League of Ireland fixtures postponed following Ryan McBride's death
The 27-year-old Derry native was team captain and had been at his hometown club since 2011.
Public asked to lay flowers at graves of Magdalene women today
Over 1,600 women are buried in cemeteries around the country, many of whom are in unmarked graves.
Northern Ireland will wear black armbands, not poppies, for their clash with Azerbaijan
The Irish FA announced the team will make the gesture on Friday night to mark Armistice Day.
Flag flying at half mast at Limerick City Hall for Ailish Sheehan
The champion Irish rower died last week after an accident in Poland.
TDs and Senators fell silent today
TDs from all sides of the house stood in silence ahead of statements from the government and opposition on the attacks in the French capital last week.
'There’s nothing in it' - Hansen refuses to entertain talk of McCaw citing
‘If you can’t get him on the track, let’s get him off the track sort of thing.’
Some government buildings are flying their flags at half mast today
This was to mark the passing of King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia.
Leinster House postpones turning on its Christmas lights after homeless man's death
The Ceann Comhairle said tonight’s planned event would be ‘inappropriate’.
Rolling Stones cancel tour following L'Wren Scott death
Mick Jagger says he’s “struggling to understand” has partner’s death, and is reportedly heading back to New York.