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From The42 Cian O'Connor inspires Ireland to world show jumping final Success

Cian O'Connor inspires Ireland to world show jumping final

Rodrigo Pessoa’s team are on course to secure qualification for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

From TheJournal.ie Surgeons remove 915 coins swallowed by Thai sea turtle Cracked Shell This post contains videos

Surgeons remove 915 coins swallowed by Thai sea turtle

People had thrown the coins into her pool for good luck.

From The42 Cian O'Connor pays the price for battling on after equestrian governing body reject appeal Horsin' Around

Cian O'Connor pays the price for battling on after equestrian governing body reject appeal

Horse Sport Ireland are considering taking their case to CAS.

From The42 Enda Kenny, Eamon Dunphy and Sean O'Brien wish Ireland Women good luck Coygig

Enda Kenny, Eamon Dunphy and Sean O'Brien wish Ireland Women good luck

Joan Burton, Peter O’Mahony, Derval O’Rourke, Liam Brady and John Hayes also feature in a star-studded video.

From TheJournal.ie Are Irish couples afraid to get married on Friday the 13th? Triskaidekaphobia

Are Irish couples afraid to get married on Friday the 13th?

Stats from the General Register Office indicate some of us are still a little superstitious when it comes to the ‘unluckiest of days’…

From TheJournal.ie The results are out: How students got on with the Leaving Certificate State Exams

The results are out: How students got on with the Leaving Certificate

There has been a sharp rise in the number of students sitting Higher Level Maths – and the percentage of them getting the top grades.

From TheJournal.ie In numbers: Leaving Cert results day Good Luck

In numbers: Leaving Cert results day

It’s a big day for the 55,572 students who will receive their results today.

From TheJournal.ie And they're off: 116,845 pupils begin Leaving and Junior Cert exams Eyes Down This post contains images

And they're off: 116,845 pupils begin Leaving and Junior Cert exams

It was English paper I for both groups this morning, with Home Ec and English paper II being sat this afternoon.

From TheJournal.ie State exams in numbers: 13 days, 6,000 examiners and 38 million A4 pages Good Luck

State exams in numbers: 13 days, 6,000 examiners and 38 million A4 pages

Some 3.1 million exam papers are sitting in boxes across the country right now.

From TheJournal.ie Quinn wishes students luck in exams during "stressful" time Good Luck

Quinn wishes students luck in exams during "stressful" time

The Minister said he is “delighted” that 4,000 additional students will sit the Higher Level Maths paper this year.

From The42 Tough going: Globetrotting triathlete refusing to ease up Tri-harder

Tough going: Globetrotting triathlete refusing to ease up

London-bound Aileen Morrison has no time to complain while there are still targets to be hit.

From The42 'Do your best': Enda's message ahead of Ireland's rugby opener Heave

'Do your best': Enda's message ahead of Ireland's rugby opener

Here’s Enda Kenny’s letter to Declan Kidney and the boys ahead of the match against the United States tomorrow morning.

DOCTORS IN Ghaziabad, New Delhi, India, were following procedure after they declared an accident victim dead, by placing him in the mortuary until his family could take his remains. When his relatives arrived, though, they found the 21-year-old alive and conscious in the hospital’s morgue.

The young man had been struck by a motorbike on Sunday evening and was rushed to the hospital by police. However, doctors at the hospital declared him dead and contacted his relatives. The hospital’s chief medical officer has ordered an inquiry into the incident.

The young man has since been transferred to a different hospital.