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Yesterday, 20 October


  • Europe without Britain could be a difficult place for Ireland, says Taoiseach
  • Gin proves to be the tonic as Irish spirits are raised

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  • Family of murderer Marta Herda post letter 'from Pope Francis' online
  • Hostel porter sacked over alleged 'threat to kill' awarded €3,500
  • Irish man celebrates new job, new baby and big lotto win in same week
  • An Post issue Che Guevara stamp
  • The HSE is working on an app that will tell you how busy your local emergency department is
  • Met Eireann says Storm Brian 'is nothing to worry about' as second storm to pass through Ireland
  • Dublin Man Captures Amazing Act Of Kindness From Homeless Man On Henry Street
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  • Ireland voted best destination in the world at travel awards show
  • Hurricane Ophelia rages towards Ireland
  • Major boost for Dublin as construction work on Metro North to get underway in 2021
  • Drop in number of Catholics for the first time in half a century
  • The Irish Farmer Calendar is back - and it doesn't disappoint
  • Beer 'as much of a dietary staple as bread' in 16th century Ireland
  • M&S charges Irish shoppers up to 39% more than UK counterparts for Christmas products
  • Welfare recipients face wait for €5 boost
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  • It's October... but it's set to hit almost 20 degrees this weekend
  • Ireland's very first 'cat lounge' opens its doors this week
  • Gardaí receive nearly 100 complaints over drones
  • Paradise in Poznan
  • A former Cork prison has won an award ahead of the Eiffel Tower, Buckingham Palace and the Colosseum
  • Ireland to be first country in Europe to cancel passports of paedophiles
  • Irish voters oppose fully liberalising abortion laws, poll shows
  • Co Clare pub wins only new Michelin star in Ireland for 2018
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  • Just 9% of settled people would want a Traveller marrying into family
  • Brother makes urgent plea for information on missing man Janusz Jasicki who vanished after wedding
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