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# episode-one - Today’s News

Friday Cabinet meeting 'not out of the question' as Govt optimistic about easing restrictions
# Easing Restrictions
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# Easing Restrictions

Friday Cabinet meeting 'not out of the question' as Govt optimistic about easing restrictions

45 minutes ago 2,221 Views 10 Comments
  • Senior sources said it’s very possible there will be a Cabinet meeting on Friday amid calls for clarity to be given to businesses before next week.
  • NPHET will meet on Thursday and will consider easing restrictions on hospitality and working from home.
  • The mood music is positive among those in government circles, Political Correspondent Christina Finn reports.

# episode-one - Yesterday’s News

Dominic Cummings ‘would swear under oath’ Johnson lied to UK Parliament about parties
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# Downing Street Parties

Dominic Cummings ‘would swear under oath’ Johnson lied to UK Parliament about parties

1 hour ago 7,725 Views 20 Comments

The former chief adviser to Boris Johnson said he told the Prime Minister to get a grip on the ‘madhouse’.

Maeda scores on Celtic debut to help beat Hibernian
# Premiership
# Premiership

Maeda scores on Celtic debut to help beat Hibernian

2 hours ago 2,609 Views 0 Comments

Josip Juranovic was also on target in the first half from the penalty spot as Celtic moved three points behind Premiership leaders Rangers.

Cold case team shines new light on betrayal of Anne Frank
# Betrayal
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# Betrayal

Cold case team shines new light on betrayal of Anne Frank

2 hours ago 10,520 Views 10 Comments

The Franks and four other Jews hid in an annex, reached by a secret staircase hidden behind a bookcase, from July 1942 until August 1944.

Burnley’s clash with Watford postponed as not enough Clarets players available
# Request
# Request

Burnley’s clash with Watford postponed as not enough Clarets players available

Updated 2 hours ago 3,366 Views 7 Comments

Sean Dyche said earlier on Monday that only 10 Burnley first-team players had trained.

Lewandowski retains Fifa's top men's player as Tuchel named top coach
# Awards
# Awards

Lewandowski retains Fifa's top men's player as Tuchel named top coach

2 hours ago 1,982 Views 2 Comments

Wins for Thomas Tuchel, Emma Hayes and Edouard Mendy made it a successful night for Chelsea.

Dundalk sign Dundee United centre-back on six-month loan deal
# Move
# Move

Dundalk sign Dundee United centre-back on six-month loan deal

2 hours ago 2,110 Views 1 Comment

Experienced defender Mark Connolly is returning to Ireland.

First death confirmed in Tonga volcano blast as nation remains cut off
# Volcano
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# Volcano

First death confirmed in Tonga volcano blast as nation remains cut off

Updated 2 hours ago 32,650 Views 9 Comments

It is two days since the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai volcano exploded, cloaking Tonga in a film of ash.

Local residents campaign against lithium exploration along Wicklow-Carlow border
# Moylisha Hill
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# Moylisha Hill

Local residents campaign against lithium exploration along Wicklow-Carlow border

3 hours ago 13,913 Views 22 Comments

The world’s largest lithium producer has been investigating the area since 2013.

Ireland winger Stockdale's season looks over after ankle surgery
# Blow
# Blow

Ireland winger Stockdale's season looks over after ankle surgery

3 hours ago 12,660 Views 16 Comments

Jacob Stockdale suffered the injury against Glasgow in September.

# episode-one - Monday 29 July, 2019

Introducing Behind The Lines - a brand new podcast about sportswriting for The42 members
# Episode One
# Episode One

Introducing Behind The Lines - a brand new podcast about sportswriting for The42 members

Jul 29th 2019, 5:44 PM 3,931 Views 0 Comments

Our first guest is the brilliant Malachy Clerkin of The Irish Times.

# episode-one - Tuesday 8 December, 2015

The people of Kerry are getting a special screening of the new Star Wars as a "thank you"
# Episode One
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# Episode One

The people of Kerry are getting a special screening of the new Star Wars as a "thank you"

Dec 8th 2015, 9:25 PM 23,050 Views 26 Comments

The film shot key scenes in the county.