Varadkar: New Brexit deal is final offer from EU

'Plan B is no-deal': Taoiseach says new Brexit deal is final offer from EU

The Taoiseach has made it clear that although Ireland would be open to an extension for Britain, plan B is no-deal.

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EPA takes Cork County Council to court for allowing 'dangerous' level of polluted liquid to build up at landfill site

EPA takes Cork County Council to court for allowing 'dangerous' level of polluted liquid to build up at landfill site

Cork County Council has appeared in court charged with allowing a build up of potentially explosive gas and an accumulation of a "dangerous" level of polluted liquid ...

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Suspect arrested over alleged €29m VAT carousel fraud

Suspect arrested over alleged €29m VAT carousel fraud

A suspect has been arrested in Co Louth as part of an investigation into alleged money-laundering of €29m.

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Syrian Kurds accuse Turkey of violating US-brokered ceasefire

Syrian Kurds accuse Turkey of violating US-brokered ceasefire

The town of Ras al-Ayn has emerged as an immediate test for the five-day ceasefire agreed by Washington and Ankara.

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Mexican president defends retreat in Guzman cartel shootout

Mexican president defends retreat in Guzman cartel shootout

Culiacan exploded in violence on Thursday with armed civilians in trucks roaring through the city’s centre shooting sniper rifles and machine guns.

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Macron piles pressure on MPs to back Brexit deal by hinting at no further delays

Macron piles pressure on MPs to back Brexit deal by hinting at no further delays

The French president said that the EU would not grant a further delay to Article 50 unless there are ‘some major changes’.

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Bulgaria head coach Krasimir Balakov resigns

Bulgaria head coach Krasimir Balakov resigns

England’s black players were targeted by monkey chanting in Monday night’s match, which Balakov said he had not heard.

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Malcolm O'Kelly: Discipline to decide Ireland's quarter-final

Malcolm O'Kelly: Discipline to decide Ireland's quarter-final

Malcolm O'Kelly says Ireland's World Cup quarter final with New Zealand could be decided by a yellow or a red card.

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Five more arrested over racist abuse at England match in Bulgaria

Five more arrested over racist abuse at England match in Bulgaria

Monday’s match was twice halted in an effort to stop the racist abuse.

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Judge grants union motion to put stay on Ryanair action against it

Judge grants union motion to put stay on Ryanair action against it

A trade union that represents Ryanair's Irish-based pilots is seeking a High Court order preventing the airline from progressing its legal action against them.

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High Court to hear dozens of hauliers' cases over anti-competitive truck prices next year

High Court to hear dozens of hauliers' cases over anti-competitive truck prices next year

Dozens of damages claims brought by Irish hauliers against Europe's biggest truck manufacturers over allegedly engaging in anti-competitive practices will most likely ...

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Insurance costs forces another children's activity centre to 'hit the wall'

Insurance costs forces another children's activity centre to 'hit the wall'

The owner of an activity centre, which saw part of his business 'hit the wall' this week due to insurance costs, is calling on the Government to introduce penalties ...

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Netflix releases Panama Papers movie despite lawsuit

Netflix releases Panama Papers movie despite lawsuit

The film debuted on Friday on Netflix after a limited release in cinemas.

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Sugababes are back with original line-up and new music

Sugababes are back with original line-up and new music

Their version of Flowers features on the Garage Classical covers album.

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Linda Hamilton on ignoring ex-husband James Cameron over new Terminator film

Linda Hamilton on ignoring ex-husband James Cameron over new Terminator film

The Sarah Connor star also said she did not want to make the original film, The Terminator, because she was a ‘snotty New York actress’.

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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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