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Tuesday 3 October 2023 Dublin: 15°C

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Ireland's big question: What could a shared island look like?
The first topic as part of The Journal’s Good Information Project.
'A new mind for Europe is required': President Higgins criticises 'inadequate' European Union
He called for a fresh approach to tackling inequality among member states.
Ramos tells De Gea 'never give up' after Portugal blunder
Jose Mourinho also backed his Man United goalkeeper after he gifted Cristiano Ronaldo his second in Sochi last night.
The Catalan influence in today's Irish basketball final
Joan Jordi Vall-Llobera chats to The42 ahead of UCD Marian’s clash with Templeogue today.
Hand of friendship: North and South Korea will compete together at the Winter Olympics
They’ll be sending a joint ice hockey team and will march under a “unification flag”.
Watch: Young marathon runner selflessly helps collapsed race leader get over the finish line
Dr Chandler Self collapsed several times on the way to victory but had some help from a young high school runner.
'They’re all top lads. It feels more like coming into a club now'
Ireland U21 defender Ryan Sweeney was encouraged by a committed display against Norway on Thursday.
France plan 'Don't Look Back in Anger' tribute before England friendly in Paris
France and England meet in a friendly international on Tuesday in what is set to be an emotional night following the recent terror attacks in Manchester and London.
'Until the same respect is shown to the women’s game, nothing will change'
Camogie star Mags D’Arcy calls on the GAA to take the women’s games under its wing.
'You just need to get into players' minds, and say to them: We can do this.'
Martin O’Neill says his players are growing in confidence owing to recent positive results.
Obama asks Americans to "reject despair" after spate of killings
He was speaking at a memorial for the slain police officers last night.
"Now it's our turn": Brexit sparks hope for Europe's far right
There are calls for similar referendums across Europe.
PICTURES: World's largest tunnel opens under the Swiss Alps
The 57-kilometre (35-mile) Gotthard Base Tunnel (GBT) opened officially today.
Connacht's squad paid for four academy players to come to the Pro12 final
This Connacht squad won’t leave any man behind.
Connacht know laptop incident was 'not a smart thing to do'
Pat Lam says his players know their mission to find Robbie Henshaw’s laptop was misguided.
'Leicester players will watch Tottenham game together'
The Foxes could be crowed champions on Monday should Mauricio Pochettino’s men fail to win at Stamford Bridge.
US student arrested in North Korea over 'hostile act'
The country has not given details of exactly what 21-year-old Otto Frederick Warmbier did.
Don't listen to lazy economic arguments against Irish unity. They couldn't be further from the truth
Sinn Féin MEP Matt Carthy responds to a column published on last week.
Pienaar: 'Sport is a very powerful tool, it has the power to change the world'
The former Saracens player, coach and CEO will be in the Ravenhill stands for tomorrow night’s Heineken Cup tie.
North Korea's Kim Jong-Un hails execution of powerful uncle
Kim made his first public comment on Jang Song-Thaek’s execution during his new year message.
Paul Earley: 'I know a lot of the indigenous people, they are a tight-knit group'
The Irish boss is expecting a tough challenge from the Australians.
VIDEO: Liverpool and Celtic fans singing 'You'll Never Walk Alone'
There was a moment to remember at the Aviva Stadium yesterday.
Loose cannons: Giroud pleads for time but Cazorla wants signings
Arsenal’s new signings have varying levels of trust in the make-up of the current squad.