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Dublin: 15 °C Sunday 24 May, 2015

Today’s News

From The42 LIVE: Clare v Limerick, Cavan v Monaghan, and all of Sunday’s GAA championship action Minute-by-Minute

This is what a US Air Force mission looks like through a GoPro camera

Do you feel the need? The need…for speed?

Could a David Norris Day be on the cards?

The Yes campaign thanked voters today for passing the same-sex marriage referendum.

From The42 Having condemned sledging, Joe Brolly might just have crossed the line on The Sunday Game Uncalled For

Having condemned sledging, Joe Brolly might just have crossed the line on The Sunday Game

The outspoken pundit later apologised for his comments.

China is about to open a terrifying 984-foot-high glass bottom bridge

Would you dare? Our stomachs are lurching at the mere thought of it.

Gardaí concerned for missing Finglas man

He was last seen on Thursday.

Murder investigation launched as body found at same location as abandoned baby Maria identified by gardaí
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Man phones in bomb threat to delay girlfriend’s plane, gets arrested

In case you needed to be told, don’t do this.

This referendum will be remembered as a victory for equality, democracy and love

This historic vote has served as a catalyst for profound social change by prompting us to think beyond our narrow self-interests and helping us to overcome some of our deepest fears.

Meet the former accountant who dumpster dives and lives in New York City on $5,000 a year

She even manages to make it along to the opera occasionally.

From Business ETC This is how you can access sites you visited offline TechKnowHow

This is how you can access sites you visited offline

And you can do it on either your laptop or phone.

Are flies afraid when you try to squash them?

Maybe, and it might be really important.

How Forever 21′s founders went from pumping gas to a $6 billion fortune

The husband-and-wife duo, both 26 at the time, landed in California penniless, speaking broken English, and without college degrees.

Sitdown Sunday: Meet the special effects team who changed movies forever

The very best of the week’s writing from around the web.

‘I couldn’t go out without getting spiders in my beard’: The week in quotes

Here’s who said what and what was said this week.

How much has Joan Burton’s department spent on consultants?

It’s a bit tricky to arrive at an exact figure.

If you book them, they will come … How a tiny Irish peace event attracts world figures

If you’re in Tipperary today, and see a guy who looks a bit like Ban Ki-Moon – that’s probably Ban Ki-Moon.

From The42 James DeGale dedicates world title to late Irish boxer Darren Sutherland Remembered

James DeGale dedicates world title to late Irish boxer Darren Sutherland

The pair had an intense rivalry in amateur circles and fought each other six times.

Poll: Should Ireland give up on the Eurovision? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should Ireland give up on the Eurovision?

Ireland hasn’t won since 1996 and has failed to make the final on five of the last 11 occasions.

The 9 at 9: Sunday

As you wake up on this Sunday, here’s what you need to know.

‘Ireland’s maternity units are facing chronic and dangerous understaffing’

Maternity staff are being asked to deal with far, far more births than they can safely handle in hospitals up and down the country.

From Business ETC Stuck for space? One man has built a floating office in Dublin’s Silicon Docks Outside The Box

Stuck for space? One man has built a floating office in Dublin’s Silicon Docks

Inside DoSpace – a co-working space with a few differences.

Over €220 million will be spent on rural programmes by 2020 – how much is your county getting?

The money, which will come through the Leader funding programme, will be spread around the country, with each county getting at least €5 million.

From Business ETC Here’s everything you need to know about business this week The Briefcase

Here’s everything you need to know about business this week

Everyone was talking about Chinese beer, a Dunnes Stores shock and Stripe’s billions.

From The42 ‘59% win ratio is second to none’ – Our writers review this year’s Premier League season Looking Back

‘59% win ratio is second to none’ – Our writers review this year’s Premier League season

We discuss Tim Sherwood, John Carver, Chelsea’s unstoppable march to glory and more big talking points.

Turns out no one wants a 21-year-old president No Country For Young Men This post contains videos

Turns out no one wants a 21-year-old president

Spare a thought for Niall Horan.

Fianna Fáil has finally won a by-election

Bobby Aylward was elected early this morning.

Ireland may have said Yes to gay marriage, but Australia won’t be following suit

Gay marriage was explicitly outlawed in Australia in 2004.

8 reasons why Ireland voted YES to same-sex marriage How The Ref Was Won This post contains videos

8 reasons why Ireland voted YES to same-sex marriage

It was a long, gruelling campaign that’s resulted in a historic decision by the Irish people.

Police officer who shot 49 bullets into car where two died found not guilty

The acquittal sparked protests in Cleveland.

Brian Keenan: ‘If you don’t have a sense of humour you are dead man walking’

It’s been 25 years since Keenan was released after four and half years of being held hostage in Lebanon.

Yesterday’s News

All the colours of the rainbow: The day Ireland made history In Pics This post contains images

13 heroes of the Yes campaign

The Irish people have voted for same-sex marriage but some campaigners deserve a special mention.

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