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# No
May given official notice EU won't re-open withdrawal deal in 'robust' talks
Jean-Claude Juncker has, however, said he’s open to adding wording to the political declaration.
# Yes or No
Undecided on the blasphemy referendum? Campaigners go head-to-head to help you decide
The vote to remove the offence of blasphemy from the Constitution takes place on Friday.
# global attention
'Not conservative ... just complicated' - Roscommon's repealers on the county's journey from No to Yes
Voters across Roscommon have been talking to each other, finally, about previously “taboo subjects”.
# repealing the eighth
The results are in and the country has voted YES - Here's what happens now
The final results have just been announced, with the Yes side securing the majority vote.
# this ain't no party
No Disco: 'There wasn't really anything like it on RTÉ at the time'
A new radio documentary shows off the legacy of the iconic music TV show.
# Tony Abbott
Former Australian leader 'headbutted' on heated same-sex marriage campaign trail
Former prime minister Tony Abbott is a prominent opponent of the campaign for same-sex marriage in Australia.
# chipwich
The Wikipedia entry for the crisp sandwich is an insult to the nation of Ireland
# Magdalene
This girl tweeted that nobody showed up to her nana's art show and it was heartbreaking
She’s the new Papaw.
# eurosceptic
Dutch voters have sent out a strong anti-EU message to the world
Voters were asked if they supported the European Union’s association agreement with Ukraine.
# Not happy
Photos: Protesters chant outside Leinster House as TDs make their way into new Dáil
Some members of the 32nd Dáil attended the demonstration.
Been asked to every social event over Christmas? Why is it so difficult to just say no?
Do you feel obliged to say yes to everything? You might need to learn to set boundaries, writes Karl Melvin.
# no white Christmas
Met Éireann says the chance of snow this Christmas is "virtually zero"
The rain doesn’t look to be going anywhere though.
# No
Someone's launched a (very) last minute challenge against same-sex marriage
Gerry Walshe, an electrician from Clare, wants a judicial review.
# marref
An Australian documentary about the marriage referendum has been getting a huge response
The programme looked at a lot of the key players in the campaign.
# just no
Tom Hardy effortlessly shut down a journalist asking about women in Mad Max
It only takes one word.
# Analysis
Why did Roscommon-South Leitrim vote No?
It was the only constituency to do so.
# constituency count
How did your constituency vote in the marriage referendum?
Here’s how they voted where you’re from.
# planes trains automobiles
People are coming #HomeToVote and it's making Ireland fierce emotional
Chopping a giant onion here, sorry.
# polls are open
No selfies or badges: What you need to know before you vote today
Here’s everything you need to know.
# back to the kitchen
8 questions we have for the man with the oven glove
Can we have it?
# hatemail
'Sorry to hear about your cancer, but maybe it's the will of God'
Journalist Una Mullally has received an outpouring of support after tweeting homophobic hatemail.
# Conscience
Bishop: 'I would hate if people voted No for bigoted, nasty, bullying reasons'
Donal McKeown is calling for churchgoers to make up their own mind on what way to vote in the same-sex marriage referendum.
# Yes or No
Louis Walsh joins the Irish celebs backing a Yes vote
How are other well-known Irish names voting in the referendum? We take a look.
# presidential age
Lots of TDs and Senators are voting No in that 'other' referendum next week has surveyed all Oireachtas members on how they’re voting in both referendums next Friday.
# Explainer
Surrogacy in Ireland: Where do we stand?
The referendum on marriage equality is only a few days away. However, other issues have been entering the debate.
# Same-Sex Marriage
With less than a week to go, the Yes side is sustaining a commanding poll lead
It will take a big turnaround for the proposal to be defeated.
# marref
The No campaign says that there are thousands of people who are "being silenced"
They also had some words for the Referendum Commissioner.
# No
Catholic leaders are out in force arguing against same-sex marriage
One bishop believes schoolbooks that view marriage as solely between a man and a woman could face legal challenges if the vote is passed.
# no jab no pay
If Australian parents don't vaccinate their kids, they could miss out on €10k in benefits
Under current Australian laws, parents who have “conscientious objections” about jabs can still claim payments.
# marriage ref
Maynooth Students' Union receive 'sick and disturbing' postcard from 'Vote No' campaign
The union is voting today on whether or not a Pride flag should be raised on campus in support of equality.
# No
SuperValu has turned our beloved Superquinn sausages green
# No
Australian Prime Minister chomps down on raw onion with the skin still on
He said it was better than any other onions he tasted for a long time…
# Decision time
Former Waterford Crystal workers unanimously vote in favour of €178m pension deal
The factory in Waterford closed in 2009.
# Opinion Poll
Can you guess which party's voters are least supportive of same-sex marriage?
A new poll has found increased support overall for the introduction of same-sex marriage.
# the national mood
The inevitable "not enough, not even close" reactions to the Government's big announcement
How are people feeling in the wake of this afternoon’s set-piece announcement in the Dáil? Here’s how…
# equality street
"Bonkers" ... That's what Peter Robinson thinks of the 'gay marriage cake' row
An Antrim bakery firm is being taken to court over its refusal to bake a Bert & Ernie ‘pro-gay marriage’ cake.
# just no
That 'sexy Ebola nurse' Hallowe'en costume is a fake
But, you CAN get one, if you really want one.
# Independence
On eve of Scottish referendum, polls suggest the pro-union vote will clinch it
Both sides have one more day of campaigning before the public go to the polls tomorrow.
Ian Paisley: 1926 - 2014
The sight of the firebrand preacher bounding across the grass in Farmleigh to shake Bertie Ahern’s hand was a genuine ‘wow’ moment in Irish politics. But for decades, the DUP founder was known as ‘Dr No’.
# Question Time
British govt to Scotland: We'll give you more powers... if you vote no to independence
This came after a poll out the pro-independence camp ahead for the first time.