Man due in court in relation to a loaded gun found in Dublin park

Man due in court in relation to a loaded gun found in Dublin park

A man is due in court tomorrow morning in connection with the discovery of a loaded Beretta semi-automatic gun and ammunition in a park in Dublin earlier this month. ...

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Homeless man, 53, murdered in Cork city was a 'talented chef' who served Elton John

Homeless man, 53, murdered in Cork city was a 'talented chef' who served Elton John

A homeless man in his fifties who was savagely beaten to death was a talented chef who had bravely battled alcohol addiction without losing his sense of humour or ...

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Watchdog to police online terrorist content

Watchdog to police online terrorist content

The commitment was issued in May after the terrorist attack last March on two mosques in New Zealand, resulting in the death of 51 people. The atrocity was livestreamed ...

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Johnson’s Brexit deal hopes in the balance as both sides say more work to do

Johnson’s Brexit deal hopes in the balance as both sides say more work to do

The PM has told ministers he can see a ‘pathway’ to an agreement but they still must be prepared to leave without a deal.

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Syrian troops to help Kurds in wake of Turkish invasion

Syrian troops to help Kurds in wake of Turkish invasion

It follows US President Donald Trump’s withdrawal of his troops from the conflict zone.

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SNP's Cherry: 'Conservatives could be prepared to 'lose' Northern Ireland to secure Brexit deal'

SNP's Cherry: 'Conservatives could be prepared to 'lose' Northern Ireland to secure Brexit deal'

Ms Cherry suggested that the Conservatives could be prepared to ‘lose’ Northern Ireland in order to secure a Brexit deal.

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Back to that quarter-final glass ceiling for Ireland

Back to that quarter-final glass ceiling for Ireland

It might not have been the route they envisaged but Ireland have reached their initial destination, although the question remains whether this is finally the time ...

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Winners, scorers, teams: All your GAA county finals match details in one place

Winners, scorers, teams: All your GAA county finals match details in one place

It was a hectic day on the county final scene - here is everything you need to know from around the county over the weekend:

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 Michael O’Neill hits back at Koeman's calls Northern Ireland 'terrible to watch'

Michael O’Neill hits back at Koeman's calls Northern Ireland 'terrible to watch'

O’Neill’s men were minutes away from a draw in Holland before conceding two stoppage-time goals.

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Visa and Mastercard pull out of Facebook currency project

Visa and Mastercard pull out of Facebook currency project

Facebook faced substantial criticism over its plans to create a separate, private currency system to allow cross-border payments.

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Nike decides to shut its Oregon Project following doping scandal

Nike decides to shut its Oregon Project following doping scandal

Nike is ending its Oregon Project supporting elite track athletes after a top coach was banned for violating anti-doping rules in a scandal that has engulfed the ...

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Bank shares surge on prospect of Brexit deal

Bank shares surge on prospect of Brexit deal

Surging optimism for a breakthrough Brexit deal also sent the value of the two main Irish banks, AIB and Bank of Ireland surging by an unprecedented €1.5bn ...

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Robert De Niro reflects on finally working with Al Pacino on a Scorsese movie

Robert De Niro reflects on finally working with Al Pacino on a Scorsese movie

The duo star in his new film The Irishman.

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Stars ‘gobsmacked’ at ‘crazy’ Strictly elimination

Stars ‘gobsmacked’ at ‘crazy’ Strictly elimination

Dev Griffin received his marching orders during Sunday’s results show.

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Martin Scorsese says The Irishman’s de-ageing tech is ‘evolution of make-up’

Martin Scorsese says The Irishman’s de-ageing tech is ‘evolution of make-up’

The film shows Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Joe Pesci over multiple decades.

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'Spike' in dissident activity concerns Garda Intelligence Service amid Brexit uncertainty

'Spike' in dissident activity concerns Garda Intelligence Service amid Brexit uncertainty

The Garda's security chief talks to Cormac O'Keeffe about dissidents, Brexit and the jihadist threat.

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Budget 2020: Harbour town crests the wave of tourism buoyancy

Budget 2020: Harbour town crests the wave of tourism buoyancy

The picturesque town of Cobh has suffered many blows over the years, with the booming cruise liner business now serving as its main industry and employer, writes

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#Budget2020 Case studies: How the public reacted to Paschal's Budget

#Budget2020 Case studies: How the public reacted to Paschal's Budget

Neil and Aileen Walker live in a timber-framed detached home built in the 1990s.

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