Don’t know they’re born.

In our day, we were lucky to be masked and locked up if it meant being spared a beating.


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This morning.

Aviva Stadium, Dublin 4.

Wellness advocate Sile Seoige and Former Irish Rugby Player James Downey at the  launch of a 20ft Christmas tree in honour of St. Francis Hospice and its Charity Christmas appeal.

The Hospice, is calling on the public to sponsor a light for €6 on its ‘Tree of Life’, in memory of a loved one or for somebody experiencing difficulty in their lives.

Visit here.

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This afternoon.

Dáil at the Convention Centre.

Minister for Justice Helen McEntee is addressing the appointment of Séamus Woulfe as a Supreme Court justice.

Watch live here.

More when we get it.


From top: Martin Kenny, Sinn Féin TD; Tanaiste Leo Varadkar and Minister for Justice Helen McEntee

More as we get it.


Stop it, Brennan!

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A nicely baked short by Matthew Salton – and all true for all you know. To wit:

In 1968 Patty was a flight attendant, who realised she could smuggle prime pot in from Jamaica with relative ease, given her line of work. She is 77 years old now, and this is her version of what happened.


Réabhlóid GAA.

A new one-hour documentary from Loosehorse for TG4 that tells the story of how hurling ‘redefined itself as a sport in the 1990s to truly become our national game’.

Linda Ni Ghriofa writes:

For over a century, the hurling spoils were shared among the traditional three superpowers of Cork, Kilkenny and Tipperary. As the decade began there was no sign of the aristocracy being unseated. Then, in five minutes in 1994, the hurlers of Offaly sparked a revolution.

Along came a collection of upstarts to destroy the old order, and go down in history as Ireland’s most charismatic, colourful and enduring personalities….

…Diarmuid Lyng, for whom the ‘90s provided the inspiration for his own stellar inter-county career with Wexford, is an authentic and affectionate Narrator.

Réabhlóid GAA is the story of how, in one decade a sport, and a country, changed forever.

Réabhlóid GAA on TG4 December 6 at 9.30pm.

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Neck and face coverings we can all get behind.

Heather Finn writes:

Colourful neck warmers hand loomed in Galway. Knit from soft merino wool spun in Donegal. Perfect stocking filler from Heather Finn knitwear.

Heather Finn

Irish-made stocking fillers to [email protected] marked ‘Irish-Made Stocking Fillers’.

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