LIVE UPDATES: Ireland decides - Referendum results day

Ireland has voted by a 2:1 majority in favour of marriage equality for same-sex couples. Here’s how it happened.

From 9.30am irishexaminer.com digital staff, Greg Murphy, Steve Neville and Denise O'Donoghue, will be trawling social media to bring you the latest news and colour on referendum decision day.

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NEWS FROM THE COUNTING STATIONS

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