The pop-up, Library of Things, has opened in the Dublin's Food Co-op for the month of October as part of National Reuse Month.
Former US president Bill Clinton was conferred with an honorary doctorate from DCU for his contribution to peace and reconciliation on the island of Ireland. Video: DCU
Many coastal areas experienced flooding during Hurricane Ophelia. Sinead Murphy’s home in Kinvara in south Co. Galway was flooded, as were the homes of some of her neighbours. Video: Bryan O'Brien
A bather is recorded in the water off of Salthill, Co. Galway despite calls from authorities to remain out of the water during Storm Ophelia. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Fallen trees and other debris is being cleared from roads all over the country. Crews in Galway were up early removing rocks and seaweed ahead of opening up coastal roads. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Speaking in Sydney, President Michael D. Higgins has offered his condolences to the families of the three people who were killed by Storm Ophelia. Video: Simon Carswell/Bryan O'Brien
Speaking during his State visit to Australia, President Michael D. Higgins has brushed off reports that Fianna Fáil may decide early next year to put forward a presidential candidate in 2018. Video: Simon Carswell
Air and sea rescue services were tasked in storm force conditions to respond to a yacht in difficulty off the south-east coast. Video: RNLI
National Emergency Co-ordination Group warned against all unnecessary travel as Hurricane Ophelia sweeps over Ireland.
Hurricane Ophelia has hit Ireland and is predicted to be one of the worst storms we have seen in more than 50 years. Video: Bryan O'Brien
With all Dublin Bus and Luas services cancelled the streets of Dublin were eerily quiet at rush hour due to hurricane Ophelia.
Dozens of pedestrians ignored hurricane Ophelia warnings and ventured out for walks on Galway's promenade. Video: Bryan O'Brien
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