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Sunday 26 June, 2022

Big blow for All Blacks as Covid-19 hits camp before Ireland clash
# Setback
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# Setback

Big blow for All Blacks as Covid-19 hits camp before Ireland clash

Sun 10:34 PM 45,722 Views 23 Comments

Head coach Ian Foster is among the four people to have tested positive.

Quiz: How much do you know about the Harry Potter books?
# Test Yourself
# Test Yourself

Quiz: How much do you know about the Harry Potter books?

Sun 10:00 PM 31,278 Views 12 Comments

You shouldn’t need a class in Hogwarts to get some of these right.

The Big MEP Questionnaire: What do our Irish MEPs think of the EU?
# EU Say
# EU Say

The Big MEP Questionnaire: What do our Irish MEPs think of the EU?

Sun 9:00 PM 19,600 Views 38 Comments
  • All 13 of our MEPs reveal their personal highs and lows of working within the European Parliament.
  • Frustrations include defence issues, pace of progress on climate, and feeling unheard by the Council and Commission.
  • Division among MEPs on whether the EU should have more power - or already has enough.
  • Priorities for next five years range from climate action to mental health to fostering EU businesses.
Here's what happened today: Sunday
# News Fix
# News Fix

Here's what happened today: Sunday

Sun 8:00 PM 15,267 Views 0 Comments

Here’s your roundup of what made the headlines.

'Scandalous,' 'shame on all involved' - Sunday Game panel slam ugly scenes in Armagh v Galway
# Galway GAA
From The42
# Galway GAA

'Scandalous,' 'shame on all involved' - Sunday Game panel slam ugly scenes in Armagh v Galway

Sun 8:00 PM 109,506 Views 118 Comments

Galway’s Seán Kelly and Aidan Nugent of Armagh have both been red-carded over the incident.

Larry Donnelly: Will the January 6th hearings, or anything else, help Democrats?
# US Politics
# US Politics

Larry Donnelly: Will the January 6th hearings, or anything else, help Democrats?

Sun 8:00 PM 12,927 Views 24 Comments

Our columnist looks at the aftermath of the Capitol attack and the findings of the select committee and asks what it means for the next election.

Protest over Roe v Wade ruling held at US embassy in Dublin
# Abortion
# Abortion

Protest over Roe v Wade ruling held at US embassy in Dublin

Sun 7:00 PM 17,739 Views 67 Comments

The crowd was told about how the US can learn from Ireland’s 2018 movement to repeal the Eighth Amendment and liberalise its abortion laws.

Kerry too strong for Mayo and set up All-Ireland semi-final clash with Dublin
# Kingdom Rule
From The42
# Kingdom Rule

Kerry too strong for Mayo and set up All-Ireland semi-final clash with Dublin

Sun 6:40 PM 43,571 Views 48 Comments

71,353 the attendance in Croke Park today.

Brandon Lewis plans to cut MLA pay ‘soon’ if Stormont does not return
# Northern Ireland
# Northern Ireland

Brandon Lewis plans to cut MLA pay ‘soon’ if Stormont does not return

Sun 5:59 PM 27,789 Views 25 Comments

Westminster moved to cut MLA pay in 2017 after the executive collapsed over an energy scheme row.

Memorial service held for victims of shooting during Oslo Pride festival
# Norway
# Norway

Memorial service held for victims of shooting during Oslo Pride festival

Sun 5:10 PM 13,146 Views 3 Comments

Two people were killed and more than 20 were injured in the attack during the capital’s annual LGBTQ Pride festival.

Galway beat Armagh on penalties after incredible All-Ireland quarter-final
# Drama
From The42
# Drama

Galway beat Armagh on penalties after incredible All-Ireland quarter-final

Sun 4:34 PM 47,342 Views 46 Comments

They advance to play Derry in the last four.

HSE chief says Navan Hospital plan will proceed despite Minister's instruction
# Emergency Care
# Emergency Care

HSE chief says Navan Hospital plan will proceed despite Minister's instruction

Sun 4:31 PM 30,347 Views 29 Comments

Last week the Health Minister said he was not satisfied with the plan.

SIPTU members in Irish Wheelchair Association vote to strike on 5 July
# Strike Action
# Strike Action

SIPTU members in Irish Wheelchair Association vote to strike on 5 July

Sun 3:24 PM 13,446 Views 8 Comments

Some workers have not had a pay rise in 14 years, according to Siptu.

Citizens' Assembly on directly elected Dublin mayor adjourns until September
# Directly Elected
# Directly Elected

Citizens' Assembly on directly elected Dublin mayor adjourns until September

Sun 2:51 PM 7,599 Views 10 Comments

The assembly heard that local government is in need of “radical reform”.

'A time of great danger': Abortion rights supporters and opponents map next moves
# Roe V Wade
# Roe V Wade

'A time of great danger': Abortion rights supporters and opponents map next moves

Sun 1:55 PM 21,193 Views 77 Comments

The Supreme Court on Friday ended the constitutional right to abortion in America.

MEP calls on Irish authorities to investigate if Pegasus spyware was used on citizens here
# Pegasus
# Pegasus

MEP calls on Irish authorities to investigate if Pegasus spyware was used on citizens here

Sun 1:33 PM 24,938 Views 11 Comments

Pegasus spyware infiltrates mobile phones to extract data or activate a camera or microphone to spy on their owners.

'Survivors feel ignored': Gardaí urged to release files on Dublin/Monaghan bombings
# Investigation
# Investigation

'Survivors feel ignored': Gardaí urged to release files on Dublin/Monaghan bombings

Sun 1:04 PM 9,121 Views 11 Comments

Edward O’Neill, a survivor of a blast on Parnell Street which killed his father, was left with life-long injuries.

Cork RNLI crew assists US sailors who ran into bad weather during Atlantic crossing
# Rescue
# Rescue

Cork RNLI crew assists US sailors who ran into bad weather during Atlantic crossing

Sun 11:55 AM 21,848 Views 6 Comments

The sailors had left Boston on their yacht a number of weeks ago and were en route to Scotland.

Boris Johnson says he plans on being Prime Minister until the 2030s
# Optimist
# Optimist

Boris Johnson says he plans on being Prime Minister until the 2030s

Sun 10:52 AM 26,695 Views 57 Comments

It comes as pressure has been mounting on the PM from across the political divide following the Tories’ stinging double by-election defeat.

Poll: Are you going on a foreign holiday this summer?
# Summer Holidays
# Summer Holidays

Poll: Are you going on a foreign holiday this summer?

Sun 10:27 AM 52,390 Views 70 Comments

Let us know.

The Irish Read: An extract from Aingeala Flannery's debut - inspired by life in Tramore
# Irish Writing
# Irish Writing

The Irish Read: An extract from Aingeala Flannery's debut - inspired by life in Tramore

Sun 9:30 AM 22,153 Views 2 Comments

Read an extract from Aingela Flannery’s new book, The Amusements.

Bono reveals he has a half-brother he only found out about in the year 2000
# Desert Island Discs
# Desert Island Discs

Bono reveals he has a half-brother he only found out about in the year 2000

Sun 9:25 AM 54,796 Views 65 Comments

Bono opened up on his relationship with his father.

Sitdown Sunday: The disappearance of flight MH370
# 7 Great Reads
# 7 Great Reads

Sitdown Sunday: The disappearance of flight MH370

Sun 9:00 AM 21,104 Views 3 Comments

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

WHO says monkeypox not currently a global health emergency
# Monkeypox
# Monkeypox

WHO says monkeypox not currently a global health emergency

Sun 8:22 AM 10,812 Views 11 Comments

More than 3,200 confirmed cases and one death have now been reported.

'Some of the girls just stopped being interested in playing because it was costing us money'
# Lost Generation
From The42
# Lost Generation

'Some of the girls just stopped being interested in playing because it was costing us money'

Sun 8:00 AM 38,234 Views 3 Comments

Marian Leahy looks back on her football career and laments how Irish teams and players of the past often tend to get overlooked.

Does 'constructive Euroscepticism' have a place in the EU?
# Democracy
# Democracy

Does 'constructive Euroscepticism' have a place in the EU?

Sun 7:30 AM 9,289 Views 17 Comments

Eurosceptic rhetoric has softened in the wake of Brexit but still allows questions of a less-than-perfect system.

Congresswoman calls removal of abortion rights a ‘victory for white life’
# Mary Miller
# Mary Miller

Congresswoman calls removal of abortion rights a ‘victory for white life’

Sun 7:26 AM 57,190 Views 50 Comments

The US representative has previously come under fire for quoting Adolf Hitler.

Explosions rock Kyiv as Russians 'fully occupy' Severodonetsk
# Ukraine
# Ukraine

Explosions rock Kyiv as Russians 'fully occupy' Severodonetsk

Sun 7:18 AM 16,519 Views 8 Comments

AFP journalists reported a residential complex near the centre of Kyiv had been hit.

Long Covid clinics must be established 'as a matter of urgency', Naughten says
# Long Covid
# Long Covid

Long Covid clinics must be established 'as a matter of urgency', Naughten says

Sun 7:00 AM 17,793 Views 10 Comments

The Independent TD told The Journal that those suffering from long Covid are being added to existing waiting lists that are “chronically oversubscribed”.

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Secrecy, shame, and getting help: Men and eating disorders in Ireland
# Health
# Health

Secrecy, shame, and getting help: Men and eating disorders in Ireland

Sun 12:05 AM 14,344 Views 10 Comments

Psychologists and men who have had eating disorders explain the warning signs and what can be done to treat EDs.

Saturday 25 June, 2022

Quiz: How much do you know about Wimbledon?
# Game Set Match
# Game Set Match

Quiz: How much do you know about Wimbledon?

Sat 10:00 PM 39,829 Views 16 Comments

The two-week tournament kicks off on Monday.

Profile: The UK rail union boss with Irish roots who’s crushing interviews and citing Connolly
# Mick Lynch
# Mick Lynch

Profile: The UK rail union boss with Irish roots who’s crushing interviews and citing Connolly

Sat 9:00 PM 56,247 Views 48 Comments

From “the craic” to James Connolly, Mick Lynch’s Irish heritage has shaped his political views.

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

Here's What Happened Today: Saturday

Sat 8:00 PM 11,893 Views 0 Comments

Here’s your roundup of what made the headlines.

Dominant Dublin too strong as they pull clear of Cork to reach All-Ireland semi-final
# Boys In Blue
From The42
# Boys In Blue

Dominant Dublin too strong as they pull clear of Cork to reach All-Ireland semi-final

Sat 7:45 PM 52,737 Views 26 Comments

The Leinster champions ran out 11-point winners.

Gardaí seek public's assistance in finding a missing Drogheda teenager
# Missing Person
# Missing Person

Gardaí seek public's assistance in finding a missing Drogheda teenager

Sat 7:44 PM 17,962 Views 0 Comments

Leon Thornton has been missing since Wednesday.

Seven accusers write to Ghislaine Maxwell’s sentencing judge
# Ghislaine Maxwell
# Ghislaine Maxwell

Seven accusers write to Ghislaine Maxwell’s sentencing judge

Sat 6:22 PM 38,086 Views 0 Comments

Four women testified at Maxwell’s month-long trial.

Derry hit five goals to cruise past Clare and reach first All-Ireland semi-final since 2004
# Oak Leaf
From The42
# Oak Leaf

Derry hit five goals to cruise past Clare and reach first All-Ireland semi-final since 2004

Sat 5:27 PM 37,355 Views 9 Comments

A semi-final appearance on 9 July awaits for Rory Gallagher’s side.

Boris Johnson tells Tory plotters: Stop focusing on things I’m meant to have stuffed up
# Boris Johnson
# Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson tells Tory plotters: Stop focusing on things I’m meant to have stuffed up

Sat 5:07 PM 28,047 Views 27 Comments

The British Prime Minister insisted questions over his leadership were now settled.