286 drivers caught speeding during National Slow Down Day

286 drivers caught speeding during National Slow Down Day

One driver has been caught doing 180 kilometres per hour on Dublin's M1 and another has been found doing 151km/h in a 100km/h zone on Cork's N72.

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Top civil servants may get €105k pay rises

Top civil servants may get €105k pay rises

The country’s highest-paid public servants, some earning €200,000 to €350,000, are underpaid by up to 30% and should no longer be subject to pay ...

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Syrian family lauds community’s response to tragedy

Syrian family lauds community’s response to tragedy

A Co Galway-based Syrian family which lost four close relatives, including three young children, in Turkish-led military attacks on north-east Syria this week, has ...

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Brexit Super Saturday: Scope for future negotiation 'has run its course', says Johnson

British MPs are currently debating the new Brexit deal agreed with the European Union

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Hong Kong protesters mock Chinese leader in defiance of masks ban

Hong Kong protesters mock Chinese leader in defiance of masks ban

Many activists wore face coverings poking fun at Chinese president Xi Jinping.

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Trump hits back at critics over Syria

Trump hits back at critics over Syria

The President says “tremendous success” has been made over the past couple of days.

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England hammer Australia to reach World Cup semi-final

England hammer Australia to reach World Cup semi-final

England stormed into the World Cup semi-finals as two tries from Jonny May underpinned a record-equalling 40-16 victory over Australia at Oita Stadium.

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Nagare believes Japan’s speed and energy can overcome South Africa’s power

Nagare believes Japan’s speed and energy can overcome South Africa’s power

The Brave Blossoms will be banking on a high-tempo game plan in the Tokyo quarter-final.

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LIVE: Ireland face All Blacks in Rugby World Cup quarter-final

LIVE: Ireland face All Blacks in Rugby World Cup quarter-final

Follow all the action with live updates from the @examinersport Twitter feed.

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IDA Ireland: Era of optimism with growth evident in all sectors

IDA Ireland: Era of optimism with growth evident in all sectors

IDA Ireland is experiencing its highest ever level of employment in client companies with all regions experiencing growth.

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Renault warning of slowing sales haunts rest of European car industry

Renault warning of slowing sales haunts rest of European car industry

Renault set a gloomy tone for the European car industry by slashing its outlook for revenue and profit, saying weakening economies are weighing on car sales and ...

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Flying Tiger retail stores back in the black

Flying Tiger retail stores back in the black

The firm behind the Flying Tiger retail stores in Ireland returned to profit last year to post pre-tax profits of almost €269,500.

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Ralf Little looks set to replace Ardal O’Hanlon on Death In Paradise

Ralf Little looks set to replace Ardal O’Hanlon on Death In Paradise

The Royle Family star would be the fourth actor to play the lead in the detective show.

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People love me for who I am:  Irish activist named winner of The Circle

People love me for who I am: Irish activist named winner of The Circle

Paddy Smyth has won the The Circle and received £70,000 after finalists chose him in the last set of ratings.

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Bruce Springsteen on creating some of his best work as he turns 70

Bruce Springsteen on creating some of his best work as he turns 70

The Boss said working on a film and stage play had reignited his ‘creative fire’.

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Munster's labour movement and the independence struggle: A regional exception?

Munster's labour movement and the independence struggle: A regional exception?

Leading Irish labour historian Emmet O’Connor will deliver a keynote address on the labour movement in Munster during the war of independence at a major conference ...

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How the Cork Labour movement defined the struggle for Irish independence

How the Cork Labour movement defined the struggle for Irish independence

A major one-day conference on the Labour movement and the struggle for independence takes place in University College Cork on Saturday. Here Luke Dineen looks at ...

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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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