Johnson can win election on Brexit deal, says Varadkar

Johnson can win election on Brexit deal, says Varadkar

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has told his TDs and senators he believes British prime minister Boris Johnson could win an election if his campaign is based on the new EU-UK ...

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Mark Ruffalo calls on govt to withdraw support for Shannon LNG project

Mark Ruffalo calls on govt to withdraw support for Shannon LNG project

American actor and producer Mark Ruffalo, called on the Irish Government to withdraw support for the Shannon LNG gas terminal project amid claims it will allow the ...

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Lucky Lotto player over €5m richer following tonight's draw

Lucky Lotto player over €5m richer following tonight's draw

There was one lucky winner of tonight's Lotto jackpot worth over €5 million.

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John Major says ‘young will win’ as he predicts new alliance with EU in future

John Major says ‘young will win’ as he predicts new alliance with EU in future

The former prime minister was speaking at the One Young World global forum for young leaders.

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Johnson pulls out of appearance before senior MPs to ‘focus on Brexit’

Johnson pulls out of appearance before senior MPs to ‘focus on Brexit’

The PM is accused of an ‘unacceptable’ refusal to face questions after cancelling hearing with the Commons Liaison Committee.

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Nine migrants found alive inside lorry container in UK town of Kent

Nine migrants found alive inside lorry container in UK town of Kent

A lorry carrying nine migrants was stopped in Kent - hours after the bodies of 39 people were found in the back of a refrigerated truck in Essex.

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Galway seek deeper audit into county finances

Galway seek deeper audit into county finances

Galway officials are to ask Croke Park to conduct a more expansive audit into the county’s finances.

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Kerrigan: Provinces have too much grip on format

Kerrigan: Provinces have too much grip on format

Cork footballer Paul Kerrigan does not agree with the new Tier 2 championship being rushed into existence, while also lamenting the failure of top-brass to address ...

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Ox looks the part as Reds run riot in Genk

Ox looks the part as Reds run riot in Genk

Liverpool finally laid one of the Champions League’s more bizarre statistical shortcomings to rest, but it was the performance of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain that ...

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Most firms plan pay rises in 2020 despite Brexit uncertainty

Most firms plan pay rises in 2020 despite Brexit uncertainty

Over three-quarters of all firms plan to award wage increases next year despite the continuing uncertainty about the twists that Brexit could yet take, according ...

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Peter Mark hair salon profits up 44% to €1.6m

Peter Mark hair salon profits up 44% to €1.6m

Pre-tax profits at the firm that operates the Peter Mark hair salon business jumped by more than 44% to €1.6m last year.

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Income of €89,000 for Dublin first time buyers

Income of €89,000 for Dublin first time buyers

The average household income of first-time buyers taking out a mortgage loan in Dublin this year was €89,000, according to a Central Bank report.

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Netflix reveals streaming numbers for Breaking Bad film

Netflix reveals streaming numbers for Breaking Bad film

The company is famously secretive about its viewing figures.

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Vicky Pattison details struggle to conceive after years of ‘prolific partying’

Vicky Pattison details struggle to conceive after years of ‘prolific partying’

The reality TV regular is in a relationship with Towie’s Ercan Ramadan.

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Cara Delevingne: We’re all on this planet together

Cara Delevingne: We’re all on this planet together

The model and actress spoke about ‘the state of the world’ and wants fashion to change.

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Special Report: Organic farmers are leading the charge to spark a green revolution

Special Report: Organic farmers are leading the charge to spark a green revolution

With the UN urging us to change our ways in the face of climate crisis, Joyce Fegan meets producers who say going organic isn’t just good for the environment ...

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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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