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From TheJournal.ie 'Use soft lighting to add cosiness': 5 design tips to make a dark living room work in your favour Dark Arts

'Use soft lighting to add cosiness': 5 design tips to make a dark living room work in your favour

Before you paint the whole place white, stop and embrace the darkness, says Caroline Foran.

From The42 'You get to run into a group of lads as hard as you can, what’s there not to like!' In The Tight

'You get to run into a group of lads as hard as you can, what’s there not to like!'

Jean Kleyn is hoping Munster’s maul returns to its best on Saturday as he prepares to bring a high work-rate.

From The42 Kildare boss says Kevin Feely was the victim of 'cynical' hit from Dublin Dark Arts

Kildare boss says Kevin Feely was the victim of 'cynical' hit from Dublin

Feely was treated after being caught by Michael Darragh Macauley’s knee in the early stages of the second-half on Saturday night.

From The42 Claudio Ranieri suggests people were plotting against him at Leicester Dark Arts This post contains videos

Claudio Ranieri suggests people were plotting against him at Leicester

The avuncular 65-year-old Italian insisted his sacking was not orchestrated by the players.

From The42 Taylor primed for aggressive tactics from 'rough' Gentili in London Dark Arts

Taylor primed for aggressive tactics from 'rough' Gentili in London

The Bray boxer steps into the ring for her third professional bout against the experienced Italian tonight.

From The42 Munster man Ryan propping up Agen's bid to stay in the Top 14 Irish Abroad

Munster man Ryan propping up Agen's bid to stay in the Top 14

The Highfield man is relishing the dark arts battle at scrum time in the French league.

From TheJournal.ie Column: How the Catholic Church and the media thought Satanic cults were a real danger to young people in the 1980s Dark Arts

Column: How the Catholic Church and the media thought Satanic cults were a real danger to young people in the 1980s

If reports were to be believed, the Ouija Board rivalled the Game Boy in the popularity stakes with young people in Ireland in the 1980s and 1990s.

From TheJournal.ie Mirror journalists: we weren't involved in hacking Hacking Scandal

Mirror journalists: we weren't involved in hacking

The senior editorial executives at the Daily Mirror and Sunday Mirror gave written guarantees to their publisher.