At 2pm.

A demonstration will take place – calling for an end to the system of Direct Provision – at the Garden of Remembrance on Parnell Square, Dublin 1.

All welcome.

End Direct Provision Demo

Update:

This afternoon.

More as we get it.

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Life’s a bitch thing.

*breaks lance*

Yesterday: Kiss Your Mother With That Mouth?

This afternoon.

Dublin International Mountjoy St, Inns Quay, Dublin 7

Stephen Hanlon writes:

I guess Dublin International Hostel are celebrating Justice League in their own unique way!

Update:

Screech.

This afternoon.

Dublin Castle, Dublin 2

Martin Dunne, Director of the HSE National Ambulance Service and Minister for Health Simon Harris  (middle pic) review some of the 91 vehicles the National Ambulance Service has introduced into its services during 2017.

They include a range of energy efficient emergency care vehicles, including solar panelled ambulances.

Needs more trolleys.

Fight!

Also: name that bike, anyone?

Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland

For your consideration.

The School.

Gareth Naughton writes:

The School is a mockumentary from Cork based comedy group CCCahoots, the team behind the popular RTÉ Storyland series (R)onanism, and follows the trials of a brand new school principal as he deals with a disruptive teacher and a school secretary with a crush on him while preparing for the annual Nativity play.

In an RTÉ first, the entire series of brand new mockumentary, The School will be available exclusively on RTÉ Player prior to broadcast on RTÉ2.

Viewers will have the opportunity to binge on the complete box-set from today, six days in advance of episode one being shown on Thursday, 23rd November at 10.35pm on RTÉ2.

Watch here


The Echo Chamber podcast

Hosts Tony Groves and Martin McMahon meet the man behind Callan’s Kicks, the leader of the Late Late Show Band and creator of Kilkenomics, Paddy Cullivan (top left with Martin).

Paddy discusses the failed rugby World Cup bid, Fine Gael’s twitter meltdown and his ideas about fixing the country.

The Echo Chamber

If you enjoy The Echo Chamber you can vote for it in the Discover Pod Awards here



The stunning black and white photography of Instagram bothering Jason M. Peterson – chief creative officer for advertising company Havas North America

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