Voting underway in St. Joseph’s National School on the Navan Road, Cabr in the Dublin West constituency You’ve had your say. Now have your say again. Anyone? Sasko Lazarov/Rollingnews
For ‘trams curious’ Dublin Bus porn fans. How they wrapped the 1916 Tour double decker. Ian Duffy writes: The amount of hard work and dedication that goes into designing and wrapping a bus is staggering. The people at Freeney’s
From top: A Magdalene Laundry in the 1950s; Nuala Ní Mhuircheartaigh (Department of Foreign Affairs), adviser to Martin McAleese in his role investigating State involvement with the Magdalene Laundries; Enda kenny during the leaders’ debate
Should you be eating (at) your desk today. As you may know Broadsheet and Deliveroo are affiliate partners in an audacious scheme whereby you enjoy tasty food, Deliveroo gets your valuable custom and we pick up the crumbs. Those crumbs are then u
> Classic 90s sitcom dialogue with all the verbs edited out for some reason. laughingsquid/clickhole
Shane writes: A little something my brother put together, Five Years Ago Today!
The intricately honeycombed ceilings of Iranian mosques, photographed by Instagrammer Mehrdad Rasoulifard. Above: (pix1,2) Hazrate-Masomeh’s mosque in Qom; Jameh’s mosque in Esfahan; Nasir-Al-Molk’s mosque in Shiraz and (pix 4,5,6) Sheikh Lotfoll
Ah here. Steve Conlon writes: Oh wise Broadsheet [readers] I’m not good at math but how is an iMac made in Cork so much cheaper in the North (top) than here (above)? Anyone?
This morning Derek Mooney tweetz: Alas, poor Joanie – ‘Not in service’ Unfortunate positioning there.
Today’s Irish Daily Mail Chest infection, a dodgy ankle and adrenaline- fuelled rushes. G’wan the Amo. Yesterday: You Won’t Fool The Children of The Revolution