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John FitzGerald: Germany's interest rate rise set an indebted Irish economy back three years... [Read More]
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Should Government be dealing with O'Brien via Actavo with investigations taking place? [Read More]
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Garda whistleblower tribunal to highlight thorny issue of journalistic privilege... [Read More]
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The British government may face renewed pressure to intervene in Northern Ireland's abortion ban after a Westminster inquiry was set up to examine the effect... [Read More]
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Is Puerto Rico any better prepared for a storm than it was last September when Hurricane Maria hit? And, why the rest of the globe... [Read More]
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10 per cent of Ireland's prison population is made up of life sentence prisoners... [Read More]
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Project Ceannt on CIÉ lands will be one of State's biggest-ever urban regeneration schemes... [Read More]
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The idea made no sense but fed into the British tabloid narrative about Brussels... [Read More]
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There must be many Johns in England who dislike eating from slates, the EU and change... [Read More]
Tags: England - Made - Brexit
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Family Fortunes: Woodbines, eggs, dances and armpits smelling of onions... [Read More]
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A legal challenge against the decision to prosecute a woman for buying abortion pills for her 15-year-old daughter has been put on hold. The woman,... [Read More]
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The story of a teenage girl who is stalked by a middle-aged paramilitary in Northern Ireland has been shortlisted for the Man Booker prize. Anna... [Read More]
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For 34 of the past 35 years, Paul Daly has been on the Westmeath team for the event... [Read More]
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Ireland will join the four British football associations in conducting a feasibility study into a joint bid for the 2030 World Cup. The Times revealed... [Read More]
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The weather seems to have gone into a frenzy this week as storms lining up across the Atlantic have driven violent winds and rains across... [Read More]
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Michael D Higgins is fond of quoting the French philosopher Paul Ricœur who observed that "to be forgotten is to die twice". During Queen Elizabeth's... [Read More]
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Though Joe Schmidt was smiling, inside his stomach was probably still churning, with only four months having passed since a typical autumnal Cardiff afternoon had... [Read More]
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When a former president of the High Court warns that the country could soon have a very serious situation on its hands, it tends to... [Read More]
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PopShania TwainIrish music fans have a long-held affection for Shania Twain, the "queen of country pop", who returns to Dublin for the first time in... [Read More]
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It is both Irish sport's greatest rivalry and also its biggest secret. Cork City and Dundalk, still jostling over who will finish the year as... [Read More]
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