New IRA say any border infrastructure and those manning it are 'legitimate targets'

New IRA say any border infrastructure and those manning it are 'legitimate targets'

The New IRA has said any border infrastructure developed as a result of Brexit and those manning it will be considered legitimate targets for attack.

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Latest: Support to be given to 200 students affected by Dublin school damaged by fire

Latest: Support to be given to 200 students affected by Dublin school damaged by fire

Latest: The Government has said “every resource and support available” will be offered to a primary school in north Dublin which has been damaged by ...

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Latest: Brexit deal hopes rise amid reports of one issue left to resolve in negotiations

Latest: Brexit deal hopes rise amid reports of one issue left to resolve in negotiations

Hopes are growing that a potential Brexit deal is on the verge of being announced after it was claimed the Northern Ireland consent issue has been resolved by EU ...

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Macron and Merkel try to showcase unity as Brexit looms

Macron and Merkel try to showcase unity as Brexit looms

Their meeting comes one day before a key EU summit in Brussels.

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Trump says Johnson asked him to set up meeting with suspect and Harry Dunn’s family

Trump says Johnson asked him to set up meeting with suspect and Harry Dunn’s family

Anne Sacoolas said she was “disappointed” she did not meet the family of Harry Dunn at the White House.

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Arrests on Whitehall as Extinction Rebellion activists defy UK protest ban

Arrests on Whitehall as Extinction Rebellion activists defy UK protest ban

Green Party co-leader Jonathan Bartley and climate change activist George Monbiot were among those detained during the latest day of action.

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Premier League given assurances over Champions League places

Premier League given assurances over Champions League places

A cut had been proposed by the president of European Leagues.

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#RWC2019 Newsletter: Can Ireland write their own historic dramatic twist?

#RWC2019 Newsletter: Can Ireland write their own historic dramatic twist?

“You either go into the history books or I go home to my wife and kids, and everyone's healthy.”

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Alexis Sanchez undergoes surgery on ankle injury

Alexis Sanchez undergoes surgery on ankle injury

The forward sustained the issue playing for Chile over the weekend.

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Traders mull extent of huge sterling rally, if Brexit deal were agreed

Traders mull extent of huge sterling rally, if Brexit deal were agreed

Irish shares followed the volatile fortunes of sterling as markets focused on whether Boris Johnson will secure political support for any Brexit deal.

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Bord na Móna seeking opportunities to redeploy 200 staff

Bord na Móna seeking opportunities to redeploy 200 staff

Bord na Móna is seeking opportunities to redeploy 200 staff, as it moves away from peat-harvesting.

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Amazon deal with Deliveroo investigated by UK competition watchdog

Amazon deal with Deliveroo investigated by UK competition watchdog

The online giant is aiming to buy a stake in the food delivery platform but the Competition and Markets Authority has questions.

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Q Awards winners 2019: Full list of winners

Q Awards winners 2019: Full list of winners

The music event took place at London’s Roundhouse venue on Wednesday.

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Stormzy wins big at Q Awards as grime stars scoop top prizes

Stormzy wins big at Q Awards as grime stars scoop top prizes

Rappers Kano and Little Simz also took home gongs during the ceremony at Camden’s Roundhouse.

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Jarvis Cocker makes Extinction Rebellion statement at Q Awards

Jarvis Cocker makes Extinction Rebellion statement at Q Awards

Nadine Shah, Rose McGowan and Anne-Marie were among the other stars on the red carpet at the annual music ceremony.

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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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Children of the Troubles: Exclusive extracts unveil story of two forgotten child victims of conflict

Children of the Troubles: Exclusive extracts unveil story of two forgotten child victims of conflict

A new book reveals 186 children under 16 died in the northern Ireland conflict.

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Graduate entrepreneurs: Igniting the spark for future business supremos

Graduate entrepreneurs: Igniting the spark for future business supremos

Students no longer target traditional graduate careers but are open to a far wider range of career opportunities, including starting their own business writes Eamon ...

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