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A senior Nama official told the original bidder for the Northern Irish loan book, US firm Pimco, that some other way could be found to stay in the process, despite the emergence of controversial 'fixer' fees, writes Irish Examiner Political Editor Daniel McConnell.
Workers have started dismantling the so-called Jungle migrant camp in Calais, hours later than planned.
Tipperary hurler Conor O'Brien has announced his retirement from county hurling. The 31-year-old won two All-Ireland titles and five Munster titles with the Premier county after making his debut in 2007.
The mother of a woman killed in a high speed car crash says she wants a passenger in the car to give evidence at an inquest into her death.
Jose Mourinho faces a challenge far bigger than simply beating rivals Manchester City in the EFL Cup tomorrow as he surveys the wreckage of a 4-0 defeat at Chelsea; and that is to find a strong and definable identity for a team and a club that has long forgotten what its mission statement was and how it was going to get there.
If you saw €4,000 worth of money on the ground, would you take some?
There is a long history of ‘disinformation’ between Russia and the US. This presidential campaign, heavily affected by WikiLeaks, is laden down with it, writes David Wise
Stars in the making.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are currently having the feud of the century in the battle for the White House which makes this 2008 video of Trump praising the Clintons pretty funny.
There are few games I'm more excited about this year than Dishonored 2.
Revenues at the group that operates two five-star hotels in Co Kerry last year soared by 27% to €17m.