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IRELAND

Tonight's Lotto results are in

The jackpot was worth €2,457,453.

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Mary-Lou McDonald: Violent dissident republicans should disband

Gunmen threatened Michelle O’Neill and Gerry Kelly after they supported a recent police recruitment campaign.

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Kayaker trapped in deep gorge for almost two hours

A kayaker spent almost two hours trapped in a raging river in a 35ft deep gorge in Co Clare while five others managed to escape to safety.

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Man sustains head injuries as gardaí called to 'brawl' after Dublin derby

The Garda public order unit was called to a brawl in Phibsoboro this afternoon.

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‘Arrogant’ rivals don’t want change, says Sinn Féin leader

Mary Lou McDonald blasted Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael for denying her party a place in the next Irish Government.

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WORLD

Court hears closing arguments in Weinstein trial

Jurors are set to start deliberating on Tuesday.

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Two bodies pulled from sea as Storm Dennis batters UK

One man was found on Saturday after a huge search operation off Margate.

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British man arrested in Egypt for ‘patting’ guard on back released from custody

An online petition calling for Tony Camoccio’s release received more than 5,000 signatures.

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Eight patients who tested positive for coronavirus released from UK hospital

All 94 people who were in quarantine at Arrowe Park Hospital on the Wirral have also been discharged.

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Extinction Rebellion stage flights pollution protest at Gatwick

Extinction Rebellion stage flights pollution protest at Gatwick

Passengers were greeted by a man in a tiger onesie and other environmental activists.

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BUSINESS

Irish exports reach a record high

Irish exports reached a record €152.5 billion last year a jump of 8% on exports for 2018.

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OPINION

Move to Gaelscoil nua ends 20 years of prefabs and bitter dispute

Move to Gaelscoil nua ends 20 years of prefabs and bitter dispute

The students and teachers of Gaelscoil an Ghoirt Álainn are delighted to be finally moving into their very first bricks and mortar school, after spending more than two decades in prefabs in an overflow carpark of Brian Dillons GAA club, writes $1.

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Q&A: What happens when the new Dáil sits next week

A vote for Ceann Comhairle first order of business in 33rd Dáil, says $1.

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