Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (September 2nd 2017) clues of Irish Times Crosaire crossword.

Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 38 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

A course for getting out of the house
Among support - a representation from pitch
Bit of Bacardi punch for those who like their sauce
Bit of improvisation for getting into the country
Brings up a series of allegations to throw in foreign parliament
Commercial site for a number of plants where one will find jobs in every field presumably
Crisis around church in old capital
Don't hang your head in shame or lift your eyes to heaven
Father loses head with sinister fantasy
Gary Lee is travelling with enthusiasm
Gets around those snaky types on the gamey board
Head off to war on unfinished waterway with mysterious types
Inconsistency on Malay building
Is this a needle in a large haystack in place that's key?
Is this what the Progressive Democrats got in celebration for leaving The House?
Just heard one steps up the pace - it's what Bus ?ireann would want
Most of The Sting is a pain in the face
Most of the wise guys obtained grub
Nero's not included in proper names for baby
Oriental toxic novel with a collection of unusual types
Outlaw arrives first and boils stew with hog's head
Part of annual leave for everyone
Pepper duck, heart and large deer, turning over what's on hand
Press gets mystery man found in other movement
Ran into a number of characters in Madame Tussauds
Regiment in the end finds awful myth initially hard to beat
Right junction on nice street
Rogue capos removed from Peace Corps
Ruler for some theorem irreplaceable
Some Botticelli masterpiece of S. American capital
Station managed by keen beginner
Take a view over a key for a song of joy
Takes travellers around Rialto on a gold train
Test the gear for Don
The limits to molecular heat around the castle
Tops time teacher covered introduction to Hardy and Eliot
Turns up livid with relative in a jam
What the travellers might be looking for from The Sun and The Star, for instance