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An Irish researcher is a key member of an international team of experts who have discovered the first ever example of a primitive plant-eating dinosaur with feathers and scales.

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Adam Grace, from Eastbourne, practises his juggling in Jeppe Hein's Appearing Rooms water fountain on the Southbank, in London. Yui Mok/PA Wire

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Wexford chairman Diarmuid Devereux
Wily Wexford fans initiate ticket swap for big game

ALL-IRELAND SHC QUARTER-FINAL:
Limerick v Wexford
Wexford hurling supporters have initiated a remarkable ticket swap scheme to ensure those most in need of stand tickets for Sunday’s All-Ireland quarter-final are accommodated.

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Kenny is way behind the curve on women’s role in politics

THE birds are angry. That is good news. Their anger can be put to good use.

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Richest 85 as wealthy as poorest 3.5bn people

Improvements in lifespans, education, and incomes are slowing due to natural disasters, misguided government policies, and worsening inequality in a world where the 85 richest people have as much wealth as the 3.5bn poorest, the UN said in its annual human development report.

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Jobs Minister Richard Bruton: Said concerns  raised in the report would be examined in greater detail by the Government
Ireland still tops for foreign investment

Ireland remains the world’s number one destination for foreign direct investment (FDI) and is well positioned to attract further inward investment, according to a report released yesterday.

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Childhood on Blasket island inspires filmsBy Sharon Ní Choncuir

Fashion & Beauty

On the red carpet: Gillian Anderson

Food & Drink

Dublin: The Winding Stair Restaurant is worth the climbBy Tony Clayton Lea

Diet & Fitness

BITES FOR TINY TOTS - Healthy convenience food for your babyBy Clodagh Finn

Home & Interiors

Going modern organic will give your home a light and relaxing lookBy Carol O’Callaghan

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Malaga has the art of livingBy Claire Droney

Arts, Books, Films & TV

Last Irish show for Pip and DanBy Ed Power

Outdoors

THE COMMON BUZZARDBy Dick Warner