Farmer FG voters switching allegiance to FF

Farmer FG voters switching allegiance to FF

Significant numbers of Fine Gael voters have switched allegiances to Fianna Fáil, a new poll has revealed.

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Pressure to end beef blockades after legal letter sent to campaign leader

Pressure to end beef blockades after legal letter sent to campaign leader

Pressure is mounting on beef farmers across the country to step away from the picket lines across the country after one prominent blockade in Meath came to an end.

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PDForra step closer to ICTU affiliation

PDForra step closer to ICTU affiliation

Rank and file members of the Defence Forces could be on a collision course with the Government and senior military management after the Irish Congress of Trade Unions ...

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Rees-Mogg denies attempt to mislead Queen over UK Parliament’s suspension

Rees-Mogg denies attempt to mislead Queen over UK Parliament’s suspension

Commons Leader Jacob Rees-Mogg said: ‘We don’t plot, governments make decisions.’

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Polypill ‘better at lowering heart disease risk than multiple medicines’

Polypill ‘better at lowering heart disease risk than multiple medicines’

The medication could offer key advantages for patients who face barriers to accessing medical care, researchers say.

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Asteroid collision could provide clues on tackling global warming – study

Asteroid collision could provide clues on tackling global warming – study

The cosmic crash from 470 million years ago triggered an ice age and set the stage for new species to evolve.

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Hogg hoping Scots can catch Ireland cold

Hogg hoping Scots can catch Ireland cold

Stuart Hogg believes now is as good a time as any to be facing Ireland at this World Cup.

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Farrell hopeful on duo’s fitness but Scots are eyeing Ireland’s plan B

Farrell hopeful on duo’s fitness but Scots are eyeing Ireland’s plan B

Two days out from their all-Six Nations World Cup 2019 opening showdown, and the game is afoot.

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‘I came to Ireland with my entire life packed into three bags’

‘I came to Ireland with my entire life packed into three bags’

Strip aside the debate over whether or not Jean Kleyn’s three years in Ireland should have been enough to earn selection for Joe Schmidt’s World Cup ...

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Trade wars impinging on FedEx growth delivery

Trade wars impinging on FedEx growth delivery

Blaming a weakening global economy, FedEx has slashed its profit outlook. It is the latest sign that trade tensions are dragging down US corporate titans.

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B&Q owner’s profits tumble

B&Q owner’s profits tumble

B&Q owner Kingfisher has reported a 6.4% fall in underlying first half profit, mainly hurt by the weak performance of its French operation, underlining the task ...

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Airbus sees world’s plane fleet doubling in 20 years

Airbus sees world’s plane fleet doubling in 20 years

Aeroplane making giant Airbus has raised its 20-year forecast for jetliner demand despite expected slower growth in traffic, as it predicts airlines will replace ...

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Blind and autistic singer Kodi Lee wins America’s Got Talent

Blind and autistic singer Kodi Lee wins America’s Got Talent

Judge Simon Cowell described the final as the best he had ever seen.

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Succession star Kieran Culkin’s wife welcomes couple’s first child

Succession star Kieran Culkin’s wife welcomes couple’s first child

Culkin plays Roman Roy in HBO’s acclaimed family drama.

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Pop star Kevin Jonas wishes wife Danielle a happy birthday

Pop star Kevin Jonas wishes wife Danielle a happy birthday

The couple tied the knot in 2009.

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Special Report: Ploughing Championships - Beef producer postpones investment as 'direct result of ongoing illegal blockades'

Special Report: Ploughing Championships - Beef producer postpones investment as 'direct result of ongoing illegal blockades'

A large beef producer has revealed it has “indefinitely postponed” a multi-million euro investment in one of its beef plants as a direct result of the ...

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Five climate change science misconceptions – debunked

Five climate change science misconceptions – debunked

The science of climate change is more than 150 years old and it is probably the most tested area of modern science.

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The Dáil’s return: FF happy to sit back and wait for the current administration to implode

The Dáil’s return: FF happy to sit back and wait for the current administration to implode

The Dáil’s return tomorrow after an eight-week break begins what is set to be a defining period in Irish politics.

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