Students, including Sophie Gibbons from University College Dublin (top), prepare for the Raise The Roof protest taking place outside Leinster House today over the housing and accommodation crisis.
The protest will take place from 12.30pm until 2pm.
Raise The Roof
Previously: All Rise
Sinn Féin TD John Brady tweetz:
So Leinster House is under lockdown as the people mobilise to demand government action on housing & homelessness.
Storm Ali caused damage at the Ploughing Championships in Screggan, Tullamore, Co Offaly.
Organisers are assessing the damage to the site and, as of 10.30am, they said the event will open at 12 noon.
Storm Ali: 140,000 without power as strong winds cancel flights and ferry crossings (Breakingnews.ie)
Earlier: Meanwhile, In Cuffe Street
Pics: Sam Boal/Rollingnews
Scenes from the National Ploughing Championships in Screggan, Tullamore, Co Offaly.
Visitors include Ava Murphy, ten, and Lucy Murphy, 11, from Athy Co Galway (fourth pic) and Eugene Barrett, above.
WATCH: Conditions ‘slightly slushy’ as National Ploughing 2018 gets underway (Offaly Express)
Outside Croke Park in Dublin.
The People of Croke Park photographed fans making their way to the stadium for the Ladies’ (as distinct from the ‘Gentlemen’s) All-Ireland Football finals, for which a record 50,141 spectators turned out.
Dublin took the senior title over Cork with a score of 3-11 to 1-12, while Limerick beat Louth for the junior title, with a score of 5-06, 0-08.
Tyrone beat Meath 6-08, 1-14 for the intermediate title.
As yet, the GAA has no plans to host a Women’s All-Ireland Football final.
Just a Ladies’ one.
For Ladies, as opposed to Gentlemen.
Dublin make history with back-to-back All-Irelands (RTE)
Record Attendance Yet Again As Croke Park Hosts Ladies Football Finals (Balls.ie)
Pics: The People of Croke Park
At the National Concert Hall in Dublin.
Some 480 people from 68 countries are taking part in a Citizenship Ceremony.
They include Lina Chen from Hong Kong (top pic), Sylwia Zablotna from Poland (second pic), Joanna Dukkipati, from India, and her two-year-old son Ethan Dukkipati McCarthy (third and fourth pic), and Daniel Lopez with his three-year-old daughter Megan, from Spain (fifth pic).
Footage of the tent-strewn site of last weekend’s Electric Picnic in Stradbally, Co Laois.
Via Adrian Kennedy and Jeremy Dixon (Dublin Talks)
Further footage from yesterday’s clean-up.
Via Ed Rice
At Custom House Quay in Dublin.
Electric Picnic-goers return after the weekend festival in Stradbally, Co Laois.
Previously: Wish You Were Here
The Office of the Press Secretary of The White House announced that, along with taking part in a commemoration for the 100th anniversary of the armistice which ended the fighting in World War I in Paris, France, US President Donald Trump will visit Ireland in November.
Our thoughts exactly.
Statement from the Press Secretary (The White House)
Via Richard Chambers
Electric Picnic ‘revellers’ catch buses from George’s Quay in Dublin City Centre to the festival in Stradbally, Co Laois.
More as we get it.
Earlier: For My Yoke Is Dodgy, And My Burden Is Light