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Dublin: 17 °C Tuesday 17 July, 2018

Sunday 15 July, 2018

Rosslare Port could be used to take advantage of Brexit opportunities - but there are legal complications

Rosslare Europort operates as a division of Iarnród Éireann.

Burglar with history of drug addiction thanks judge for 'saving' his life by putting him back into custody

At a hearing last month Boyle asked Judge O’Connor if he could be sent back to custody because he was struggling and finding it difficult on bail.

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Make-ahead marvels: 2 crowd-pleasing recipes that actually taste better the next day

Dealz faces a Wexford store's closure after losing another battle over an unauthorised outlet

An Bord Pleanála previously ruled against one of the retailer’s Dublin shops.

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Soak up sea views from this luxury hideaway on the east Cork coast

'During the summer she has to sign on': Some school secretaries are paid €10,900 a year, others €35,000

There are around 3,000 school secretaries in Ireland – most of whom are in precarious employment.

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Saturday 14 July, 2018

'We've seen at least four craft breweries close down this year': Fighting back against Big Beer

It can be challenging out there for craft breweries – we spoke to two about how they make it work.

Revealed: The human trafficking heroin gang behind an acid attack on a drugs garda

Gardaí have been investigating this gang for a number of years.

From The42 Scully's goals prove key for Dublin as they prevail against battling Donegal Dubs On Top

Scully's goals prove key for Dublin as they prevail against battling Donegal

53,501 in attendance at Croke Park tonight.

Quiz: How much do you know about this Dáil term?

They’re off on their holidays.

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Here's What Happened Today: Saturday

Here’s what had people talking today.

Column: 'This World Cup continues to laugh in the face of football convention'

The international game is beautifully flawed by design and the world at large is benefitting from this World Cup of imperfections, writes Colm Boohig.

Two Palestinian teens killed in what Israel calls 'a response to terror'

15 people have been wounded across Gaza.

How many food businesses received closure orders last month? It's the week in numbers

Plus: How many bike locks did gardaí take angle grinders to due to the presence of Meghan and Harry?

The first space tourist flights could happen over the next year

Virgin Galactic and Blue Origin are racing to be the first to finish their tests.

Teenager mugged after passenger jumped from car wielding a baseball bat

It has been reported the girl was returning from the Longitude music festival.

A beauty therapist sacked for friending clients on Facebook has been awarded €10,000

The worker at the clinic in Howth was also accused of taking company property without permission.

From The42 Clare seal first return to Croke Park since 2013 with impressive win over Davy Fitz's Wexford Davy Derby

Clare seal first return to Croke Park since 2013 with impressive win over Davy Fitz's Wexford

Tony Kelly, John Conlon and Shane O’Donnell were on form for the Banner.

Scarlett Johansson pulls out of trans drama after backlash

Scarlett Johansson pulls out of trans drama after backlash

Johansson previously came under fire for playing an originally Asian character.

Inside Veles, the Macedonian town that became a pro-Trump fake news factory

Hundreds of websites and Facebook pages were set up out of the town in 2016.

450 migrants stranded at sea as Italy and Malta argue over who should take them

The migrants had initially set sail from Libya in a single wooden vessel.

From The42 History makers! Ireland women's relay team take silver medal at World U20 Championships World Championships This post contains videos

History makers! Ireland women's relay team take silver medal at World U20 Championships

Ireland took silver following a strong performance in Finland on Saturday afternoon at the U20s IAAF World Championships.

Sinn Féin WILL run a candidate in the presidential election

The party made the announcement today.

From The42 As it happened: Wexford v Clare, All-Ireland SHC quarter-final El Fitzico

As it happened: Wexford v Clare, All-Ireland SHC quarter-final

It was the Davy Derby at Páirc Uí Chaoimh with a place in the last four up for grabs.

Residents allowed return to their homes as Bray Head fire under control

The fire broke out in front of a tent on Bray Head.

Gerry Adams says he doesn't know who attacked his home but he wants to speak with them

Sinn Féin has said Adams’ home and that of party member Bobby Storey were attacked with explosive devices.

In the garden: Michael Kelly's top tips for conserving water use GIY

In the garden: Michael Kelly's top tips for conserving water use

In these heatwave conditions, watering is indeed necessary and conserving water becomes a significant challenge, writes Michael Kelly.

Thai football team rescued from cave to be released from hospital in coming days

“They will be discharged altogether, initially on Thursday.”

Poll: Should the minimum wage be increased by 25% to €11.90 an hour? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should the minimum wage be increased by 25% to €11.90 an hour?

The current minimum wage is €2.35 below the living wage?

Parents with severe trauma in childhood more likely to have children with behavioural problems

The types of childhood hardships include divorce or separation of parents, death of a parent, and emotional, physical or sexual abuse.

Man in his 70s dies after domestic dispute at house in Dublin

The man died after being taken to Tallaght Hospital.

Ryanair flight from Dublin suffers in-flight depressurisation before being diverted

The flight to Zadar was diverted to Frankfurt.

What did the Iceman of the Alps eat for his last meal? Goat bacon

A form of bacon made out of goat meat was found in his stomach.

From The42 Over 20 years after a bad car accident, debt brought Gary O'Hanlon to the Dublin marathon podium Uphill Climb This post contains videos

Over 20 years after a bad car accident, debt brought Gary O'Hanlon to the Dublin marathon podium

As a teenager, Gary O’Hanlon had a huge career ahead of him. Then an accident stripped him of the natural talent he had.

People trust science experts more than the government - even when they say outlandish things

Researchers from London conducted three large-scale experiments in the US and the UK for the study.

'I thought I was just tired - but it was blood cancer'

Rare MPNs account for around 10% of all blood cancers in Ireland.

The 9 at 9: Saturday

Here’s everything you need to know as we begin the weekend.