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From TheJournal.ie Smell-killing clothes and stains that clean themselves: The future of doing your laundry Future Focus

Smell-killing clothes and stains that clean themselves: The future of doing your laundry

Jack O’Higgins looks at the technological and other changes shaping the way we do the washing.

From TheJournal.ie How do I keep the dirty laundry out of sight (and under control)? Task Master

How do I keep the dirty laundry out of sight (and under control)?

Keep the laundry monster at bay with these smart solutions.

From TheJournal.ie Where can I hang my washing so it doesn't get in the way? Task Master

Where can I hang my washing so it doesn't get in the way?

Each week, we tackle an everyday household dilemma.

From TheJournal.ie The battle for Dublin's dirty laundry is heating up online Cleaning Up

The battle for Dublin's dirty laundry is heating up online

Technology, is there anything it can’t do?

Greatest dad ever takes kids on washing basket sleigh ride

Time of their liiiives!

9 of the worst smells found in every Irish household

And, no, we don’t mean the ones that occasionally come from your beloved partner.

Stolen tree returned to Lusk launderette after owner posts excellent letter to thieves

The Santa guilt-trip is the biggest trip of all.

The 16 stages of clothes washing rage

The 16 stages of clothes washing rage

Smells, tissues, delays, breakdowns. So much rage.

How many of these household jobs are you putting off right now?

If you’re not procrastinating in relation to at least one of these tasks you are a superhuman.

From TheJournal.ie Gone for good: Last Magdalene laundry to be converted into houses and sold Magdalenes

Gone for good: Last Magdalene laundry to be converted into houses and sold

There are calls for a monument or museum to be built on the site to remember the women forced to stay in the institution in Dublin’s inner city.

From TheJournal.ie In their own words: Survivors' accounts of life inside a Magdalene Laundry Magdalenes

In their own words: Survivors' accounts of life inside a Magdalene Laundry

The report published today includes a section devoted to survivors’ first-hand accounts of life in a Laundry.

From TheJournal.ie How Twitter reacted to the Magdalene Laundry report Magdalenes

How Twitter reacted to the Magdalene Laundry report

From Enda Kenny’s non-apology to the record of previous governments, here’s what people on Twitter had to say about the Magdalene Laundry report.

From TheJournal.ie Religious orders offer apology for abuse in Magdalene Laundries Laundries

Religious orders offer apology for abuse in Magdalene Laundries

The four orders whose Laundries were investigated in the report express regret for the abuse uncovered there.

From TheJournal.ie Magdalene Laundries made very little money, says report Magdalenes

Magdalene Laundries made very little money, says report

Despite a common perception that the laundries were highly profitable, the report by Senator Martin McAleese says they barely broke even.

Pic: A relic of 'Dublin's Finest Laundry'

And a footnote in ‘Dublin’s All-Time Worst Business Naming Decisions’. Yes, it’s the Swastika Laundry.

From TheJournal.ie Advisers, laundry and people kicked out: the new Dáil's first year in numbers In Numbers

Advisers, laundry and people kicked out: the new Dáil's first year in numbers

Just how busy has the new government been? Well, they’ve cut their own pay – but they produce less legislation.