Anger at ‘back door’ to water charges
People with disabilities are calling for equality and greater independence.
Thousands of villagers on the Indonesian resort island of Bali are sheltering amid fears Mount Agung will erupt for the first time in more than half a century.
The Leesiders will have to wait to claim the League.
The Government has been severely criticised after it left the door open for a return of water charges in legislation it published yesterday.
There’s always hope following Mayo. A vicious type of hope that leaves you writhing in your seat, jamming your fists into your eyes as if you’re watching a horror movie, but it’s hope all the same, writes Caitriona Lally.
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Newstalk has concluded its review of the circumstances that led to George Hook’s recent rape remarks, which results in the radio presenter “stepping down” from his weekday slot to “take on” a new weekend show, writes Joyce Fegan.
A British vlogger who gatecrashed the Emmys has said he was not deterred even though the star-studded ceremony was “like Fort Knox”.
Sterling fell while other markets were unperturbed after British Prime Minister Theresa May, in a key-note speech, outlined the UK’s plans to add new life to the Brexit talks by committing to stay and pay its way in the EU for a transitional period of two years.