Disruption to patients’ ops despite suspension of strike

Considerable disruption to hospital appointments is still likely today despite the suspension of a planned 24-hour work stoppage by 10,000 health support workers.

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Revealing identities of Boy A and Boy B illegal, judge warns

Anyone who publishes photographs or identifies the two teenage boys who murdered Ana Kriegel will feel the full force of the law, a judge has warned.

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Danny Healy-Rae: Climate plan ‘will hurt rural Ireland’

The Government has been warned its Climate Action Plan will hurt rural Ireland and stop families buying tractors and burning turf.

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What are the next steps in the Tory leadership race?

The final stage of the process in Parliament will take place on Thursday.

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Firefighters in Brussels set street alight in salary protest

Firefighters in Brussels are setting the streets alight in a protest over their salary.

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Self-help guru convicted in US sex-trafficking case

Prosecutors said the 58-year-old’s organisation, called NXIVM, was more like a cult.

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Ronan McCarthy’s call to arms ahead of Munster final

If firmly held convictions were reshaped into cement blocks, Ronan McCarthy could build a tidy labourer’s cottage with them. Truculent? Not so much. Cranky? ...

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James Sugrue and Ronan Mullarney in the groove in Portmarnock

Charlie Mulqueen Mallow’s James Sugrue and Ronan Mullarney from Galway produced outstanding performances at Portmarnock yesterday to keep Irish interest very ...

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Munster draw short straw in Champions Cup

Munster’s new-look brains trust will have little time to brace for their first intensive exam on the back of a Heineken Champions Cup draw in Lausanne yesterday ...

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Petrel Resources confident of finding development partner for Irish offshore exploration licences

Irish exploration company Petrel Resources has expressed confidence in attracting a major oil and gas company to buy into part of its licence portfolio off the west ...

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Late filing penalty fees make up 37% of Companies Registration Office's revenues in 2018

Late filing penalty fees totalling €7.2m accounted for 37% of the Companies Registration Office's revenues of €19.27m last year.

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Corruption in firms most commonly found out by chance

Most corruption in Irish firms is discovered by chance, a report from Deloitte has found.

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Avengers: Endgame and Lil Nas among Teen Choice Awards nominees

The ceremony takes place in August.

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David Gilmour to donate guitar auction proceeds to climate change charity

Gilmour is best known for being part of influential rock band Pink Floyd.

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Anna and Jordan share first kiss on Love Island

Anna was impressed with his kissing technique.

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Jon Stewart: journey from satirist to political advocate is no laughing matter

When Jon Stewart quit the Daily Show, the satirical news and comedy show he hosted for 16 years until August 2015, he explained to his replacement, Trevor Noah, ...

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Special Report: Mary Lou McDonald’s leadership comes under scrutiny in wake of poll performance

Sinn Féin never imagined their recent election results would be so poor and must now figure out how to get the electorate back on side, writes Political Editor ...

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Youghal is being transformed as it gets ready to welcome the Ironman triathlon

The international sporting cavalcade is the biggest thing to hit the East Cork town since ‘Moby Dick’, writes Christy Parker

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