This Victorian redbrick in Ranelagh has been refreshed with pops of colour and bespoke storage
This Victorian redbrick in Ranelagh has been refreshed with pops of colour and bespoke storage

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11 cute and quirky wedding venues near Dublin
11 cute and quirky wedding venues near Dublin

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How TikTok is teaching us to hack the menstrual cycle
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This modern farmhouse in Enniskerry is on the market for €945,000
This modern farmhouse in Enniskerry is on the market for €945,000

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An expert’s guide to treasure hunting for second hand home furniture
An expert’s guide to treasure hunting for second hand home furniture

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Photo Diary: The Irish design I sported at Copenhagen Fashion Week
Photo Diary: The Irish design I sported at Copenhagen Fashion Week

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Indoor trees: the expert guide to keeping them in Irish homes
Indoor trees: the expert guide to keeping them in Irish homes

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From flowers to facemasks, how to pamper yourself this weekend
From flowers to facemasks, how to pamper yourself this weekend

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This innovative Monkstown red brick is on the market for €750,000
This innovative Monkstown red brick is on the market for €750,000

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This Wicklow destination has everything you need for a spring break
This Wicklow destination has everything you need for a spring break

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September 30: Today’s top stories in 60 seconds


By Sarah Gill
30th Sep 2022
September 30: Today’s top stories in 60 seconds

Your speedy summary of today's must-read stories.

Operation Irini

Irish Defence Forces personnel have spoken about their involvement in an operation targeting a large cargo ship involved with smuggling arms to warring factions in Libya. A team from the Irish navy and the Air Corps are based in a military base outside Rome as part of Operation Irini – a United Nations Mandated European staffed mission to bring stability to Libya.

thejournal.ie

Hurricane Ian

The death toll has risen as a result of hurricane Ian, which is currently moving inland from Florida to North and South Carolina. The deadliest hurricane in Florida’s history, at least 10 people have died in the state but officials fear the confirmed toll could rise considerably. A blackout is still affecting some 2.2 million Florida homes and businesses.

BBC News

Status yellow weather warning

A status yellow rain and wind warning is in place until 2pm for counties Clare, Donegal, Galway, Leitrim, Mayo and Sligo while heavy downpours are expected across the country today. “Heavy rainfall may cause some localised flooding,” Met Éireann said.

independent.ie

Car crashes through gates of Sinn Féin TD’s home

In the early hours of Thursday morning, a car was driven through the gates of Sinn Féin TD Martin Kenny’s Leitrim home, narrowly missing the property and crashing into the patio doors of a separate studio space. A man in his 40s was taken to Cavan General Hospital following the incident to be treated for his injuries.

Irish Examiner

EU habitat directive

The European Commission has warned that Ireland may be referred to the European Court of Justice unless action is taken to halt the cutting of peat within Special Areas of Conservation designated to conserve raised bogs and blanket bogs under the EU’s Habitats Directive.

RTÉ