Talk of Northern Ireland-only backstop off the mark – Arlene Foster

Talk of Northern Ireland-only backstop off the mark – Arlene Foster

DUP leader Arlene Foster has dismissed speculation about a Northern Ireland-only backstop and said she expects to meet Boris Johnson tonight.

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Limerick IT and Athlone IT forming consortium to develop Technological University

Limerick IT and Athlone IT forming consortium to develop Technological University

Limerick IT and Athlone IT are forming a consortium to develop a new Technological University.

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Taoiseach rejects accusations he personalised death of Cork homeless man

Taoiseach rejects accusations he personalised death of Cork homeless man

He was found unconscious and later died at Cork University Hospital.

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Disabled five-year-old arrives in Italy after UK High Court battle

Disabled five-year-old arrives in Italy after UK High Court battle

A judge ruled earlier this month that Tafida could be moved from the Royal London Hospital to Genoa.

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UK hoping to bring in legislation forcing killers and paedophiles who refuse to help police to stay in jail for longer

UK hoping to bring in legislation forcing killers and paedophiles who refuse to help police to stay in jail for longer

It is hoped the legislation will be brought into force as soon as possible.

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Felicity Huffman starts serving prison time in college scam

Felicity Huffman starts serving prison time in college scam

The Desperate Housewives star pleaded guilty in May to fraud and conspiracy.

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Murray makes winning start in Antwerp

Murray makes winning start in Antwerp

The Scot saw off Belgian Kimmer Coppejans, the world number 158, in straight sets.

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FIFA president Infantino calls for new effective ways to eradicate racism

FIFA president Infantino calls for new effective ways to eradicate racism

UEFA has opened disciplinary proceedings against Bulgaria and England following Monday’s match in Sofia.

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World Cup’s ‘Farewell’ side gone but not forgotten

World Cup’s ‘Farewell’ side gone but not forgotten

Zander Fagersoninsists GregorTownsend is still the man to lead Scotland forward.

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EOn to cut between 500 and 600 jobs in UK

EOn to cut between 500 and 600 jobs in UK

The energy giant blamed the ‘extremely competitive’ UK energy market and the impact of the energy price cap as it announced the cuts.

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How does the Pixel 4 compare to the iPhone 11 and Samsung Galaxy S10?

How does the Pixel 4 compare to the iPhone 11 and Samsung Galaxy S10?

Google’s newest smartphone is hoping to take the best camera phone crown.

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Transport and Brexit top worry list

Transport and Brexit top worry list

Brexit, the difficulties of recruiting skilled staff, and housing shortages remain the top concerns of businesses in Cork, as firms appear to be preparing to slow ...

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Friends reunited as Jennifer Aniston finally joins Instagram

Friends reunited as Jennifer Aniston finally joins Instagram

The actress took to the social media platform with a picture that fans believe is a sign of a Friends reboot.

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Thin Lizzy and Motorhead among nominees for Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame

Thin Lizzy and Motorhead among nominees for Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame

Sixteen acts will be whittled down for the 2020 class.

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Ant and Dec unveil plans for street racing cars show on BBC Two

Ant and Dec unveil plans for street racing cars show on BBC Two

The Saturday Night Takeaway duo are creative consultants on Street Car Showdown.

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Recognising and celebrating local innovation: it@Cork Leader Awards

Recognising and celebrating local innovation: it@Cork Leader Awards

From multinationals to indigenous start-ups, companies shortlisted for this year’s it@Cork Leaders Awards are blazing a trail in technology.

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Children of the Troubles: Exclusive extracts unveil story of two forgotten child victims of conflict

Children of the Troubles: Exclusive extracts unveil story of two forgotten child victims of conflict

A new book reveals 186 children under 16 died in the northern Ireland conflict.

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Graduate entrepreneurs: Igniting the spark for future business supremos

Graduate entrepreneurs: Igniting the spark for future business supremos

Students no longer target traditional graduate careers but are open to a far wider range of career opportunities, including starting their own business writes Eamon ...

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