# ireland - Today’s News
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# ireland - Yesterday’s News
Planning permission for the project could be decided upon in the first half of next year.
Leaders from China and India, two of the world’s largest polluters, are not attending.
The Ulster wing outlines what work Ireland carried out during their two-day camp at Carton House.
Log fires, rustling leaves, full permission to eat marshmallows with everything – ah, autumn, we’ve missed you.
# ireland - Monday 22 September, 2014
Everybody’s talking about the Greyhound strike agreement, Joan Burton’s car being blocked, and Kurds fleeing from Islamic State.
The 30-year-old has prioritised first-team selection in November, but would be happy to start at outside centre.
Gardaí are searching for the two men who beat taxi man John Ford.
The IRFU and Canterbury have unveiled the playing kit, including the ‘bosphorus’ green home jersey.
Sean McParland was shot in Skegoniel Avenue in north Belfast while babysitting.
On average, there are 162 children for each speech and language therapist in Ireland.
# ireland - Sunday 21 September, 2014
It’s not a bad little country.
There is a picnic taking place in Dublin, in advance of a UN meeting next week.
The Minister of State talked about the working group that’s tasked with suggesting how to reform the current system.
This comes on the first anniversary of Emily O’Reilly’s time in the position.
# ireland - Saturday 20 September, 2014
You could be richer right now. You lucky thing.
# ireland - Friday 19 September, 2014
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.