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Tuesday 26 September 2023 Dublin: 12°C

# The Morning After

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Storm Ellen: 50,000 homes and businesses to remain without electricity tonight
ESB expects that “significant numbers” of customers will remain without power overnight.
Avoid driving if you still feel hungover the morning after a night out, AA Ireland advises
It takes most people between one and two hours to process one standard drink.
Another All Black win a 'reassurance' for Ireland team undaunted by expectation
There was a festive feel about Carton House, but Iain Henderson and Ireland are intent on steadily improving.
Mourinho and Pogba in frosty training ground exchange
When does this become untenable?
'It was like driving through a war zone': Cork picking up the pieces after Storm Ophelia
City council staff are working round the clock to try to clear debris from roads and repair the damage from yesterday’s storm.
The DUP didn't show up, Sinn Féin say they didn't walk out. What happens now?
The two largest parties in the North are pointing the finger at each other, after talks broke down.
'We thankfully have seen the back of Doris' - Clean-up underway after storm batters Ireland
Thousands are still without electricity.
Here's how the world's newspapers reacted to President Trump's inauguration
Trump’s promise of “America first” dominated the world’s headlines.
'You have to be heartbroken for Mayo' - GAA world reacts to Dublin's All-Ireland success
From Henry Shefflin to Aisling Thompson.
Optimism the overriding feeling as O'Neill looks to take Ireland onwards and upwards
The curtain falls on the Euro 2016 campaign but there is plenty to look forward to.
Martin O'Neill insists he's not going anywhere and wants Roy Keane to stay on too
The Ireland manager verbally agreed a new contract before the tournament and now he’s set to formally commit.
"She can get stuffed": Not everyone in Scotland is clamouring for independence
Nicola Sturgeon will be proceeding carefully in the wake of the Brexit vote. Scots aren’t short of ideas on what she should do.
'The boys are calling Madigan 'Gazza'': Ireland players stepping off emotional rollercoaster
Rob Kearney tells us about the slagging Ian Madigan took and the beaming smile of Paul O’Connell when they returned to the dressing room.
Tories on course for majority, SNP storms Scotland ... and Miliband set to quit
Well, that was interesting.
May 8th 2015, 10:14 AM So, that’s it from TheJournal.ie’s election liveblog. Things are calming down a little across the UK – as Cameron picks out what tie he’ll wear for his date with the Queen, and Miliband and Clegg prepare to make their...
'Infinitely seductive' and more of what the French papers are saying about Munster's defeat in Clermont
Clermont have underlined their status as potential Champions Cup winners, according to the French media.
Dan Martin: 'I always believed my luck would change'
The Irish rider admits he’s endured a difficult year in the saddle. Until yesterday at the Tour of Lombardy.
'The referee didn't help': Tearful James fires one last volley before leaving
One of the World Cup’s leading lights is on his way home.
We're not good enough: Ronaldo delivers Portugal a cold, hard dose of reality
“We have to be humble and recognise our limitations,” says CR7 as Portugal stay alive by the skin of their teeth.
'Now That's What I Call A Breakfast Of Champions' Pic of the Day
It is the most important meal of the day, after all.