● New Zealand thrash Ireland to set up World Cup semi-final with England • Aaron Smith’s double sets rampant All Blacks on way to victory • England await reigning champions in Yokohama semi-finalAn utterly dominant display by...
● Huge clean-up operation begins in Spanish port city Piles of burned garbage and destroyed bicycles littered the streets of Barcelona on Saturday after a fifth night of rioting over the jailing of nine Catalan separatist...
● What Johnson's deal means for workers' rights, the NHS and the economy The PM’s Brexit plan loosens the economic ties to the EU, so what would be the impact? * Latest Brexit news - live updates The PM’s renegotiated deal opens ...
● Is Singapore Airlines' A380 'suites class' the world's best cabin? Travel expert puts it to the test A travel expert put Suites class to the test recently on a flight from London Heathrow to Singapore, and published an...
The Irish Times
● Dublin, Cork and Waterford drivers worst in national speeding crackdown No drivers were caught speeding in counties Leitrim or Westmeath during Friday's operation
● Serious Fraud Office shut down Libor rigging investigation The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has shut down an investigation into the rigging of Libor. Libor is the benchmark interest[...] The post Serious Fraud Office shut down...
● Not responsible for PM to threaten 'my deal or no deal': UK lawmaker Letwin British lawmaker Oliver Letwin said on Saturday it was not responsible for Prime Minister Boris Johnson to threaten a choice between his Brexit deal...
● Primary schools install stocked fridges to feed hungry pupils with free food FIVE primary schools are offering free food to starving families, by installing fully stocked community fridges. The project was launched after an...
Manchester Evening News
● Moss Side boxing club celebrates trio of regional championship winners "It’s a nice feeling to wear the famous gold shorts and represent Moss Side"
● Labour fury as Stephen Barclay urges MPs to 'come together' like late Mo Mowlam There were cries of "shame" from the Labour benches at a joke about the late MP's autobiography
● Footballer toasts sixth goal of season by catching BEER hurled from crowd then chugging it The footage was captured on television cameras at the stadium of Almere City Football Club in the Netherlands. Shayon Harrison scores...
● Woman left fuming after being banned from Asda for three years Rakel Bryan, from Hull, said she jokingly called a staff member 'd**khead'
● UK snow forecast: ARCTIC WALL to FREEZE Britain with -10C temperatures - shock graphs BRITAIN is facing a -10C Arctic blast to hit within a fortnight as freezing temperatures bring the first flurries of snow to parts of the...
● Human beings have made 'tragic, desperate mess', says Sir David Attenborough Sir David Attenborough has spoken of the "tragic, desperate mess" human beings have made of the planet as he prepares to air his new...
● Three Major Technological Changes That Are Going To Redefine The Automotive Sector And Change OurLives A major change in its propulsion technology, a shift in the property model, and another change in the usage pattern: three...
● Johnson insists EU free trade agreement can be struck amid no-deal Brexit fears Boris Johnson has insisted 14 months will be enough time to secure a trade agreement with the EU, amid concerns the UK could still leave without a ...
Press and Journal
● McGinn is looking for a pizza the action as a Dons coach Niall McGinn is making plans for life after football by investing in a new pizza restaurant in Belfast – but what he really covets is a slice of the coaching action at...
Manchester Evening News
● Paul Pogba drops hint over Manchester United return with new injury update The Manchester United midfielder has been ruled out of the clash against Liverpool but offered a fresh injury update.
● Nigel Owens error costs Ireland a try in Rugby World Cup quarter-final against New Zealand 'It's a great side clean!'
● Catalan president calls for talks with Spain's government after unrest Quim Torra urges dialogue for democratic solution to tensions following fifth consecutive night of violence Catalonia’s president, Quim Torra, has called...
The Irish Times
● Tens of thousands protest for second Brexit referendum in London Battle over Brexit spills onto streets as lawmakers debate Johnson’s Bill
● Millions of people make journey to Iraqi city for pilgrimage of Arbaeen The Shia event is regarded as the largest public gathering in the world.
● U.S. Military To Replace 1970s Floppy Disks Controlling Nuclear Missiles The U.S. finally calls time on "nuclear war controlled by eight-inch floppy disks.”
● Remember BBC EastEnders and Harry Potter star Tiana Benjamin? Here is what she is up to now..