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Sunday 24 September 2023 Dublin: 15°C

# Pride

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'It sends a clear message': Government minister to visit Waterford after Pride flags burned in city
There has been a recent string of anti-LGBTQ+ incidents in the city.
More pride flags to be erected around Waterford City on Monday
Minister for Equality Roderic O’Gorman will be joining Waterford Mayor Damien Geoghegan, after two separate incidents where the flags were taken down.
Man arrested over alleged burning of Pride flags in Waterford city
Gardaí said the man has been charged with a count of criminal damage.
Ailish Considine hails AFLW's 'powerful stance' on sexuality and inclusiveness
Irish AFLW star Ailish Considine shares her story and the acceptance felt within the sporting community.
'The only time I ever saw him cry was when he recalled the end of his Ireland career'
Bryce Evans and Terry Phelan pay tribute to the late Alan McLoughlin.
'If you're a good leader, you show vulnerability and I think I had to do that'
Munster man Billy Holland will retire from playing professional rugby at the end of this season.
Are Ireland ‘soft’? Do they still belong in the world's elite? Saturday will tell us
Andy Farrell has the easiest team-talk of his career ahead of him at Twickenham. He just needs to remind his players of Rassie Erasmus’ damning words.
Roux proud to play part for Ireland with family watching on from South Africa
The Connacht lock is hopeful he has done enough to keep his place against England.
Softies? Ireland vow to deliver physicality in Paris after Rassie's comment
Andy Farrell’s men head into Super Saturday with the Six Nations title still on the line.
Quiz: How well do you remember the Lions Tests of the 21st century?
The Lions plan to have a tour in full swing this time next year.
'It’s our job to get the message out about why Munster is so special'
CEO Ian Flanagan joined the province last year after years of working in football.
Dublin's Pride Parade postponed until 12 September
“Who would have thought that after decades of asking you to come out, we’d be asking you to stay inside?” organisers said.
Gaeilgeor and Connemara man de Buitléar blazes a trail for An Ghaeltacht Rugbaí
The 22-year-old, who is in his third year with Connacht’s academy, features in a new TG4 documentary.
No changes in Ireland line-up - except for Bono replacing Christy Moore
Andy Farrell and Conor Murray both spoke about performing on the big stage – something their guest speaker, Bono, is an expert on.
Enda Kenny says he wants to see a 'resurgence of pride' in Dublin's North inner city
A special task force was rolled out following a spate of gangland shootings in the area in 2017.
'We're going past Ballybough and Summerhill, his nanny’s house is decked out in all the Ireland stuff'
Jack Byrne praised room-mate and friend, Troy Parrott, after the Spurs youngster made his international debut last night.
Samoa hope to get in Aki's face as they go 'all guns blazing' against Ireland
The Samoans are keen to follow in Japan’s footsteps with a shock win.
'People have their own opinions' - Aki proud to represent Ireland at the World Cup
The Connacht man says he has been embraced by the Irish rugby public since moving to Galway in 2014.
'You're just accepted for who you are and that's the way it should be in men's or women's football'
Ireland captain Katie McCabe reflects on the positive reaction since opening up about her relationship with team-mate Ruesha Littlejohn.
Pride flag to fly over Leinster House this weekend
A LGBT+ group has been set up within the Houses of the Oireachtas.
Commemorative plaque unveiled at the site of Ireland's first dedicated LGBT community centre
The Hirschfeld Centre was burnt down 31 years ago.
'I'm not ashamed of who I am and not scared to hide anything'
Ireland captain Katie McCabe opens up about her relationship with team-mate Ruesha Littlejohn to mark the start of Pride month.
Ministers condemn bishop's 'unchristian' call for boycott of LGBT pride events
It also sparked criticism from international figures Martina Navratilova and actress Patricia Arquette.
GAA to take part in next month's Dublin Pride Parade for the first time
Referee David Gough confirmed the GAA has accepted an invitation to take part in the annual Pride festival.
Uniformed gardaí will march in Dublin's gay pride parade next month
In 2017, uniformed members of Gardaí marched in the gay pride parade in Belfast.
'I find it too good to leave here now - what you could potentially be involved in'
Conor Murray says his decision to stay with Ireland and Munster was quick and easy.
'There's something special about the red jersey... Munster always meant a lot to me'
Laura Guest has gone from captaining Munster to inter-pro success to leading them as head coach.
Calls for marriage equality as huge crowds gather in Belfast for this year's Pride event
Campaigners used the parade as an opportunity to call for same-sex marriage in Northern Ireland.
Pride in London organisers 'sorry' over 'anti-trans' protest
Pride in London said the group “forced their way to the front of the parade”.
Rylan Clark and Gok Wan shared some of their experiences with homophobia on This Morning
Rylan believes he was a victim of homophobia at Eurovision.
Column: 'You couldn’t let your students know you were gay, so you had to hide it from them'
Teachers encourage their pupils to be kind, upstanding citizens but sometimes the teachers themselves are faced with challenging attitudes in the workplace, writes Sheila Nunan.
Dublin Bus have made a really heartwarming video about 'Proud Dads' from this years Pride
Have the tissues at the ready.
MLS player Martin celebrates 'openly gay' identity on Minnesota United Pride night
The ex-DC United player will become the only active openly gay athlete in the United States’ top five sports leagues after Robbie Rogers’ retirement.
'Pride will only cease to be a protest when there is nothing left to fight for'
Even if you view Pride as nothing more than a celebration, it is still a protest, writes Danny Rigg.
Man arrested after rock thrown through window of Pantibar
A file will be sent to the DPP.
Dublin Pride is on today - here's all you need to know
People will start gathering for Dublin’s Gay Pride parade from 11am today.
'Growing up in Donegal was a privilege, but growing up LGBTI+ in any county is not easy'
My only regret is not coming out sooner, writes Ayrton Kelly.
Penneys has a €25 rainbow dress if you're stuck for an outfit for Pride
SoSueMe and Courtney Smith have been singing its praises.
8 ways to celebrate Pride after the parade in Dublin next weekend
Plenty of options.