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18 July 2018 08:31 Poll: Would Facebook's moderation policies put you off using it?

Channel 4 sent an undercover reporter into Facebook’s offices to get an insight about how it makes decisions on what to delete. HAVE YOU BEEN put off using Facebook after getting an insight into its approach to moderating its content? Last night, Channel 4′s Dispatches programme revealed how Facebook makes decisions whether to remove, place a warning 1

22 June 2018 13:36 Indonesian cleric sentenced to death over terror attack

Four people died in the attack at a Starbucks café in 2016. A RADICAL INDONESIAN cleric has been sentenced to death for masterminding a 2016 Islamic State terror attack that saw a suicide bomber blow himself up at a Starbucks café. Aman Abdurrahman was found guilty of ordering the attack that killed four people in Jakarta, as heavily armed police guarded 5

22 June 2018 00:45 Resilient Kerry ladies footballers relishing showdown with Cork

There is a new management team in place under Eddie Sheehy from the Na Gaeil Club in Tralee, the squad is now training at the Centre of Excellence at Currans and got to play their Munster semi-final not in Brosna or Knocknagoshel but Fitzgerald Stadium in front of 16,000 before the men’s game with Clare. It’s a positive frame of mind ahead of tomorrow’s 11

15 June 2018 10:47 Theatre guide apologises over review that mentioned Derry Girls actress's weight

Nicola Coughlan told the British Theatre Guide that the writer was not welcome to review any of her performances again. A BRITISH THEATRE review site has apologised to Derry Girls actress Nicola Coughlan for offending her with a review that mentioned her weight. Coughlan drew the British Theatre Guide’s attention to a review of The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie 4

12 June 2018 05:12 How much do children get on their Communion day and how much do parents spend?

It’s an expensive day all around, but how expensive are we talking? PARENTS SPEND AN average of €860 for their child’s Communion with the cost of entertainment among the fastest-rising costs for the day. An annual survey undertaken by Ulster Bank has found that the overall cost of a Communion has increased slightly on last year but that parents are saving 6

09 June 2018 18:00 How many people in the North want a united Ireland? It's the week in numbers

Plus: The number of food businesses that received closure orders last month. EVERY WEEK, TheJournal.ie offers a selection of statistics and numerical nuggets to help you digest the week that has just passed. 42.1: The percentage of people in Northern Ireland who want a united Ireland according to an online survey conducted by Lucid Talks for the BBC. 13: The number 9

06 June 2018 19:04 Watch: Irish student shows incredible heart to win 1500m steeplechase after crash fall at barrier

Alannah Neff of the Carrigaline Community School refused to accept defeat. THERE WAS A sensational finish to the girls 1500m steeplechase final at the Irish Life Health All-Ireland Schools competition at the weekend, when a student recovered from a crash fall at a barrier to claim victory. Alannah Neff of the Carrigaline Community School had been leading 5

05 June 2018 02:51 Cora Staunton will return to AFL after Mayo championship duty

Hopes are now high in Mayo that Staunton, a four-time All-Ireland winner, will return to the county fold for the championship after she missed the entire National League campaign following a successful debut season in Sydney. The 36-year-old became the first international player signed by a women’s Aussie Rules side in 2017 and capped a remarkable spring 9

28 May 2018 09:23 Attention turns to The North's abortion laws after Ireland's 'Repeal' vote

The DUP’s Arlene Foster has said that it was up to the North’s politicians to decide on its abortion laws. AFTER THE RESULTS of Ireland’s Eighth Amendment referendum, campaigners and politicians have been turning their attention to the North, where abortion is illegal except in cases where the woman’s life or health is at risk. Abortion without restriction 10

25 May 2018 00:15 Irish authors among 100 essential female reads

Marian Keyes, Eimear McBride, and Edna O’Brien join JK Rowling and Harper Lee on a list of the 100 essential books by female writers from the past 100 years, according to a new poll. These authors appear alongside the likes of Virginia Woolf, Agatha Christie, Sylvia Plath, and Hilary Mantel on the list, unveiled by the Hay Festival. The annual literary 12