Varadkar to seek ‘parity’ with FF if in coalition

Varadkar to seek ‘parity’ with FF if in coalition

Outgoing Taoiseach Leo Varadkar is set to press his rival Micheal Martin for equal treatment for Fine Gael if it enters coalition with Fianna Fail.

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Unmet autism needs put a third of families in debt

Unmet autism needs put a third of families in debt

One-third of families that have a child with autism have fallen into debt in the past year due to the condition.

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TD calls for legislation on selling ‘company’ cars

TD calls for legislation on selling ‘company’ cars

A Cork TD has pledged to tackle the sale of so-called ‘company cars’ following a horror crash in his community which claimed the life of one teenager ...

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Sanders warns Russia ‘to stay out of US presidential election’

Sanders warns Russia ‘to stay out of US presidential election’

The leading Democratic presidential contender condemned Donald Trump’s approach to continued reports of foreign interference in US elections.

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Mike Bloomberg ‘willing to release women from gag orders’

Mike Bloomberg ‘willing to release women from gag orders’

The Democratic presidential candidate came under fire over the use of non-disclosure agreements.

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Weinstein rape trial jury ‘deadlocked on the most serious charges’

Weinstein rape trial jury ‘deadlocked on the most serious charges’

A judge has told them to keep trying to reach a unanimous verdict.

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A Rebel Red: lifelong Liverpool fan Billy Murphy heads to Anfield

A Rebel Red: lifelong Liverpool fan Billy Murphy heads to Anfield

Ask any long-suffering Liverpool fan like me what's been missing over the last 30 years, and one name comes to mind - Graeme Souness.

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Louise Ní Mhuircheartaigh: 'We had no English at all until we were about five'

Thirteen seasons into her Kerry senior career and Louise Ní Mhuircheartaigh's appetite for scores, and success, remains as powerful as ever.

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Who is listening to the players?

Who is listening to the players?

In large font on the front page of both ESRI reports commissioned for the GAA and GPA exists the phrase “evidence for policy”.

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Construction industry calls for VAT cut for first-time buyers

Construction industry calls for VAT cut for first-time buyers

Significant investment in infrastructure is needed if Cork is to act as a true counterbalance to Dublin, the Construction Industry Federation has said.

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Global shares hit as investors focus on coronavirus outbreak in prisons

Global shares hit as investors focus on coronavirus outbreak in prisons

A global stock rally was stopped in its tracks after new concerns flared that the coronavirus could spread significantly beyond the locked-down cities at the epicentre ...

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Nama paid €1m in redundancies last year

Nama paid €1m in redundancies last year

Nineteen members of staff made redundant by the National Asset Management Agency (NAMA) last year shared €1.01m in redundancy payments.

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Lena Waithe to voice first openly gay character in an animated Disney film

Lena Waithe to voice first openly gay character in an animated Disney film

She appears in animated fantasy adventure Onward.

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Clint Eastwood appears to lend his support to Democratic presidential hopeful

Clint Eastwood appears to lend his support to Democratic presidential hopeful

Eastwood is no stranger to politics and was once mayor of a small town in California.

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Giorgio Armani’s comments on fashion and rape raise eyebrows

Giorgio Armani’s comments on fashion and rape raise eyebrows

The revered designer was criticising trends he sees as sexualising women.

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Personal Insights: My love letter to Ireland

Personal Insights: My love letter to Ireland

Our latest Personal Insight submission is a 'A Love Letter to Ireland' from Fiona Cooney, a young Irish expatriate presently living in Vancouver.

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Caroline Flack death: Friends of tragic TV star Flack condemn online trolls and tabloids

Caroline Flack death: Friends of tragic TV star Flack condemn online trolls and tabloids

The 40-year-old former Love Island presenter died at her home in east London on Saturday.

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Special Report: Non-jury court review as part of UN human rights probe

Special Report: Non-jury court review as part of UN human rights probe

The State’s human rights watchdog is to carry out a review of the Special Criminal Court (SCC) this year as part of a major examination by the UN of Ireland’s ...

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