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Family doctors will be able to restore medical cards to patients for up to a year in rare cases if they believe the vital help has been wrongly withdrawn by the HSE.

PICTURE GALLERY

Protest in Ferguon

Firefighters put out several cars that were set fire at an auto dealership Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2014, in Dellwood, Mo., over a grand jury's decision not to indict a white police officer in the killing of unarmed black 18-year-old Michael Brown. AP Photo

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TODAY'S SPORT

‘Special’ Aguero comes to City’s rescue

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The mathematical vagaries of Champions League pool play means Manchester City’s first victory in their group leaves them in a strong position to advance to the knockout stages when they complete their qualifying campaign with a visit to Roma in two weeks.

TODAY'S COLUMNIST

Not to rain on the parade, but even revolutionaries have to pay their way

It is at the moment of reform that an enfeebled state is most vulnerable. 

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WORLD - BREAKING NEWS

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Questions for America after the Ferguson jury decision

Angry crowds have poured onto the streets of Ferguson, Missouri, after a grand jury decided not to indict a white police officer over the death of an unarmed black 18-year-old.

TODAY'S BUSINESS

As expansion continues, US revenue capacity nears $700m

Greencore’s first production facility on the west coast of the US could nudge overall long-term annual revenue capability from its American operations up to almost $700 million (€563m).

SHOWBIZ - BREAKING NEWS

First trailer for Jurassic World released

The long-awaited sequel to Jurassic Park has just released its first trailer.

Features

Where were you when you first heard Band Aid?by Richard Fitzpatrick

Fashion & Beauty

Eyebrow face-off: Bare brows V statement brows

Food & Drink

Aloo Tikki Potato Fritters with Sizzled TomatoesBy Darina Allen

Health & Life

Choosing to be a stay-at-home parentBy Áilín Quinlan

Home & Interiors

Vintage View: The chamber potBy Kya deLongchamps

Travel

There is never a bad time to visit Edinburgh

Arts, Books, Films & TV

Love, loss and hope in horror of warCathy Desmond

Outdoors

Book shines light on the world’s most spectacular gardensBy Peter Dowdall