# ireland - Today’s News
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# ireland - Yesterday’s News
It was announced earlier today that the Aviva Stadium in Dublin would host four matches.
These young ladies have been snapping selfies in Cork.
It’s Culture Night tomorrow– and here’s our guide to what’s happening around the country.
The Phillippines has pulled all of its peacekeepers out of the region.
Three is the magic number.
Tonight’s the night. We help you choose where to go.
Nasc said that public support to end direct provision is growing.
Are you disappointed this morning or glad that there is still a United Kingdom across the water?
Scotland will be given more control over its own economic policies.
But who is he?
International contention, Ulster’s backline, Munster move towards full strength and the form of Jack McGrath.
# ireland - Thursday 18 September, 2014
Everybody’s talking about: water charges, Islamic State, arrests for money laundering, and female golfers.
Ireland’s gross domestic product (GDP) is now up 7.7 per cent.
The 21-year-old left Ulster during the summer to join the growing Irish community in France.
Fancy a breakdown of the best new shows and returning series? We’ve got you covered.
Leinster’s No. 8 says he will head to the 2015 tournament with the intention of picking up a winner’s medal.
This week, he’s coming back in a capacity he could only have dreamed of all those years ago, writes Larry Donnelly.
# ireland - Wednesday 17 September, 2014
Everybody’s talking about protests outside Leinster House, Lucinda Creighton, and Scottish independence.
The Irish sailor will have a chance to improve on her fourth place finish at the 2012 Olympics.
The multinational Indian conglomerate Shapoorji Pallonji Group is to make the investment.
Column: ‘The Scottish voting yes are doing so from an international, rather than just a nationalist mindset’
If Scotland has to consider anew its membership of the European Union, then the Irish Government should be there standing up for its application, writes Eamon Ryan.
# ireland - Tuesday 16 September, 2014
TheJournal.ie spent a week observing cases in the Family Court. Here are a selection of the care orders that appeared before the courts.
Part of a leg and foot were discovered by Bord na Mona workers.
Geldof’s been speaking out against Scottish independence.
A job is no longer a guarantee of economic security and women are particularly vulnerable to precarious work and low wages.
# ireland - Monday 15 September, 2014
Column: As a country that thrives on its reputation for craic, we must ensure our cities are a place of enjoyment
‘A good city is like a good party – people stay much longer than really necessary because they are enjoying themselves.’
The West needs to stop hiding behind treaties that Russia has already invalidated, writes John O’Donnell.
This is no ordinary football team.
The introduction of hydraulic fracturing (fracking) has been criticised for its potential environmental damage.
Some people just want to watch the world burn.
Kickstarter will now allow Irish creators to submit their project directly, which will go live for funding next month.
# ireland - Sunday 14 September, 2014
What do you think? Agree? Disagre?
A Christian Aid Ireland delegation visited David Rabelo, a human rights defender in Bogota prison, where he is serving 18 years.
There has been surprisingly little coverage or comment on Scottish independence in Ireland, but a Yes vote would affect us on many fronts.
We chat to Irish-based Czech athlete Tamara Maxantova about competing in the World Championships next month.
# ireland - Saturday 13 September, 2014
The London 2012 veteran reached the Gold fleet in the Laser Standard class.
It will be his sixth Grand Tour success after wins in the Tour de France in 2007 and 2009 and the 2008 Giro d’Italia.
It took Harry Foley 20 years to find his brother and sisters in Ireland. He said the State need to take hold of the situation and apologise.
You can get involved – it’s simple, say the organisers, who hope it will spread throughout the country.
Historically it is appropriate to remember that substantial figure has gone and it is worth just remembering his substantial contribution to our politics.
European Commissioners aren’t picked on any basis of merit or usefulness. It’s no different than most governments, but at least we elect the cabinet together at home.