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From TheJournal.ie A shiny new €2 coin comes into circulation today to commemorate the first Dáil Coinage

A shiny new €2 coin comes into circulation today to commemorate the first Dáil

One million of the special coins go into circulation this month.

From TheJournal.ie Britain is getting a new 50p coin to commemorate Brexit Coinage

Britain is getting a new 50p coin to commemorate Brexit

The UK’s Budget also contained plans for a digital services tax.

From The42 Police investigating after assistant referee struck by object during Rangers game Coinage

Police investigating after assistant referee struck by object during Rangers game

Linesman Calum Spence had to have his bloodied head seen to after yesterday’s incident at the Tony Macaroni Arena.

From TheJournal.ie Exact coinage only: Dublin Bus will no longer give a refund if you overpay your fare None Too Plussed

Exact coinage only: Dublin Bus will no longer give a refund if you overpay your fare

Cash in those refund slips while you can.

From The42 Patrick Reed refused to shoot until a camera crew left his surroundings after someone jingled change Plus ça Change

Patrick Reed refused to shoot until a camera crew left his surroundings after someone jingled change

Tony McGregor isn’t the only one who hates coinage.

Tony McGregor said the generosity of the GoFundMe campaign has touched his heart

It’s raised a little bit more than a crisp €20 note.

From TheJournal.ie Pictures: The UK's annual test of all its coins is like something out of Harry Potter Trial Of The Pyx

Pictures: The UK's annual test of all its coins is like something out of Harry Potter

The Trial of the Pyx is a bizarre ceremony, where the Royal Mint is put through its paces, that dates from the 13th Century.