Wicklow woman reaches halfway point in charity 'lap of the map' run

A Wicklow woman has reached the halfway mark in her bid to run around the entire island of Ireland.

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Irish souvenir company goes to court over cartoon sheep

A legal row over colourful cartoon sheep has come before the Commercial Court.

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Pakistani man loses appeal over right to choose what country he will claim asylum in

A Pakistani man who sought asylum in Ireland after coming here from the UK has lost his appeal alleging he has a right to choose what country he will claim asylum ...

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Misinformation game joins fight against fake news

Online game teaches players be more aware of conspiracy theories.

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Latvian Central Bank chief rejects claims after release on bail

Latvia's central bank chief has been released from detention on bail pending an investigation into suspected bribery, state TV reported.

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Florida school shooting suspect makes court appearence

Florida school shooting suspect Nikolas Cruz has appeared in court for a procedural hearing.

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Pep Guardiola loses cool with opposition manager as Man City exit FA Cup

Pep Guardiola was involved in a furious row with Wigan boss Paul Cook as Manchester City's quadruple bid was sensationally derailed by their FA Cup bogey team.

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Will Grigg strikes again as Wigan stun Man City in thrilling FA Cup tie

Will Grigg's second-half strike secured a stunning 1-0 victory for Wigan which sent 10-man Manchester City crashing out of the FA Cup.

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Cork star Aidan Walsh out for up to 12 weeks with shoulder injury

Former Young Footballer of the Year Aidan Walsh is facing “8 to 12 weeks“ on the sideline and may require surgery on his shoulder injury, Cork football ...

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Bribery probe Latvian banker 'sought to extort money for years'

Executives at Latvian bank Norvik have claimed the nation's central bank chief sought to extort money from their firm for years.

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Average Irish worker will attend almost 6,500 meetings in their lifetime

Long suffering Irish employees will sit through a mind numbing 6,500 meetings in their working lifetime with over half of them being deemed as completely pointless, ...

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Government withdraws Philip Lane's nomination for ECB post

The Government has withdrawn its nomination of the Governor of the Central Bank, Philip Lane, for the role of Vice-President of the European Central Bank.

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Michelle Obama praises Black Panther after continued box office success

‘Young people will finally see superheroes that look like them on the big screen,’ the former US First Lady said.

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Liam Payne to join Rita Ora for Brits performance

Liam and Rita worked together on the track For You.

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Emma Watson challenges people to ‘make a one-degree shift’

The actress said 2018 is a turning point after a year dominated by ‘an alarming newsfeed’.

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