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@IrishTimesNews Exclusive: President Michael D. Higgins to seek a second term. Full story in Wednesday's Irish Times and on irishtimes.com #michaeldhiggins #irishtimesnews

Dublin footballer @phillymcmahon and former Irish athlete @dervalo.rourke at the launch of the @pwc_ireland Staff Relay Series yesterday. The 5x5km event takes place on May 24th in the Phoenix Park with 7,000 participants expected from 300 companies #run4alaugh #irishtimesnews

Page One Photo: Frogs appear in a pond near Shankhill, Co. Dublin. Spawning usually begins with the onset of milder weather. Met Éireann is forecasting a mild day today but temperatures will return to near average over the rest of the week. #irishtimespage1 #dublin #spring #weather

Page One Photo: Two swans on a flooded field beside the Derrylin Road in Co Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. Photograph: Andrew Paton/Fermanagh Herald #valentines #irishtimespage1

Page 1 Photo: Gardaí at the scene of the fatal shooting at James Larkin House on North Strand in Dublin last night.
Photo: Dave Meehan

Irish Times Page 1 Photo: Eileen O’Riordan (front right), mother of Cranberries singer Dolores O’Riordan, following her daughter’s coffin into St Joseph’s Church in Limerick. The singer’s funeral will take place in the Church of Saint Ailbe, Ballybricken, tomorrow. ‘She was so lovely, so restful, so peaceful’ Photograph by: Niall Carson/PA Wire #DoloresORiordan #IrishTimesNews

U2, Sandra Bullock, Jason Patric, Ben Kingsley, Larry Mullen jnr, Naomi Campbell, Bruce Springsteen. Grouped together, these names read like the guestlist for a frightfully exclusive yacht party from the 1990s. If the line-up rings any bells for you, however, it’s likely because you’ve read them in that exact order while ordering a cod and chips from Leo Burdock’s, one of Dublin’s most beloved chippers. “Los Angeles has the Walk of Fame and Dublin has the Burdock’s Hall of Fame,” states Derek Duggan, manager of Burdock’s. Full story on irishtimes.com/life-and-style.

Photograph: Bruce Springsteen with staff in Burdock’s chipper on Werburgh Street near Christchurch Cathedral, Dublin. #dublin #ireland

Mixed martial arts fighter Conor McGregor has said he wants to inspire fans living “in the middle of nowhere”. The film, Conor McGregor: Notorious, captures his rise from claiming social welfare and living with his parents in Crumlin to claiming Ultimate Fighting Championships and boxing against Floyd Mayweather. Speaking on his way into the film’s premiere at the Savoy Cinema in Dublin on Wednesday night, he said he wanted the film to provide “inspiration” to “people in the middle of nowhere that should not be on a red carpet”. He added: “Anyone can do it if you put in the work, you put in the time, you believe in yourself, you don’t listen to doubt and you carry on and achieve greatness.
“My people shouldn’t be on no red carpet, shouldn’t be on this stage, but we are. “We are now, so I hope people will take inspiration from that.” Ahead of the film’s premiere, he shared a picture of the Pope in the popemobile on Instagram saying : “We are shutting down O Connell street at the world famous Savoy Movie theatre!” Photograph: Paul Faith/Getty

Tens of thousands of homes are without power on Monday as Hurricane #Ophelia sweeps in over Ireland and is expected to cause severe damage in the worst storm the country has seen in more than 50 years.
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Page 1 Photo: Mark Bennett from Temple Bar with his 18-month-old son Tommy, taking part in the Liffey Cycleway family cycle, as the Dublin Cycling campaign highlighted the need for a dedicated cyclepath on the congested quays

Dutch master florist Lamber de Bie, who runs shops in Kilkenny and Waterford, puts the finishing touches to his installation called, ‘Sculptural Floral Arrangements’, which runs at the Farmleigh Gallery until Friday. Photograph: Alan Betson

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