Eoghan Murphy hits out at critics of 'trendy' co-living suggestion for young people

Eoghan Murphy hits out at critics of 'trendy' co-living suggestion for young people

Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy has accused critics of co-living of wrongly assuming it is the Government's solution for families in emergency accommodation.

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Green light for €500m data centre in Wicklow

Green light for €500m data centre in Wicklow

A €500m data centre has been given the green light for Arklow, Co Wicklow.

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Cork supermarket recognised for autism awareness initiatives in international awards

Cork supermarket recognised for autism awareness initiatives in international awards

A supermarket in Co Cork has been shortlisted for two international awards, including one for its autism-friendly shopping initiative.

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Puck Fair launches GoFundMe to cover rising insurance and running costs

Puck Fair launches GoFundMe to cover rising insurance and running costs

The committee behind Puck Fair has set up a fundraising appeal to cover increasing insurance prices and overall running costs of the three-day festival.

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K Club back on the market with a €20m lower price tag

K Club back on the market with a €20m lower price tag

The K Club was placed on the market for sale last year with a guiding price of €80m. It has now been re-listed with a significantly lower asking price of €60m. ...

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Flushed faces as tourists in Cork realise they paid for free parking through public toilet

Flushed faces as tourists in Cork realise they paid for free parking through public toilet

Confused tourists in a Cork town have been trying to pay for free parking in a novel fashion - through a public loo.

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New Limerick Love Islander Greg has his eye on Maura from Longford

New Limerick Love Islander Greg has his eye on Maura from Longford

Another Irish person will enter the Love Island villa tonight.

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Christy Dignam's joy as cure found for his rare cancer

Christy Dignam's joy as cure found for his rare cancer

Singer Christy Dignam has revealed that a cure has been found for the rare cancer he was diagnosed with.

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Watch: Roddy Doyle reads from the Barrytown trilogy at reveal of new mural

Watch: Roddy Doyle reads from the Barrytown trilogy at reveal of new mural

Writer Roddy Doyle read excerpts from his famous Barrytown trilogy today to launch a new mural in Dublin.

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The first Cork Podcast Festival event has been announced and it's a big one

The first Cork Podcast Festival event has been announced and it's a big one

The duo behind the popular 'West Cork' podcast will be live in Cork as part of the first podcast festival in the city.

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Mark Cagney leaving Ireland AM after 20 years

Mark Cagney leaving Ireland AM after 20 years

Mark Cagney is to leave Ireland AM after almost 20 years at the helm of the breakfast show.

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This Cork woman does the best impressions of the Love Island contestants

This Cork woman does the best impressions of the Love Island contestants

A Cork woman's spot-on impression of this year's Love Island contestants has gone viral on social media.

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Photos: Cork’s newest bridge opens to the public

Photos: Cork’s newest bridge opens to the public

The first pedestrians have walked, cycled and sat on Cork’s newest bridge.

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Taoiseach nominates Phil Hogan for second EU term

Taoiseach nominates Phil Hogan for second EU term

Phil Hogan has been nominated for a second term as European Commissioner by the Taoiseach.

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Michael Healy Rae hits out at 'bitter and twisted' online trolls targeting ill Brian CowenThis story is enriched with multi-media content

Michael Healy Rae hits out at 'bitter and twisted' online trolls targeting ill Brian Cowen

Michael Healy Rae hit out at anonymous commenters online targetting former taoiseach Brian Cowen, who remains in a very serious condition in hospital.

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Derry Girls is finally streaming on Irish NetflixThis story is enriched with multi-media content

Derry Girls is finally streaming on Irish Netflix

After what seems like an eternity, season one of Derry Girls is now available to watch on Netflix.

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Appeal to help with funeral costs for Cork toddler Santina Cawley reaches target in one day

Appeal to help with funeral costs for Cork toddler Santina Cawley reaches target in one day

A fundraising appeal to cover the funeral costs of a toddler who was killed in Cork raised more than €8,000 in just a few hours, with €3,000 of that being ...

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Watch: Grafton Street in full swing as buskers get crowds dancing

Watch: Grafton Street in full swing as buskers get crowds dancing

A video of Dublin's Grafton Street last Friday night is gaining attention for all the right reasons.

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First look at Saoirse Ronan and Emma Watson in all-star Little Women

First look at Saoirse Ronan and Emma Watson in all-star Little Women

New photos released today give the first glimpse of Carlow actress Saoirse Ronan as Jo March in the upcoming Little Women film.

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Lizzo to bring European tour to DublinThis story is enriched with multi-media content

Lizzo to bring European tour to Dublin

Rising hip-hop and R&B songstress Lizzo's ‘Cuz I Love You Too’ European tour is coming to Dublin.

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Electric and hybrid cars increase by 68.5% in first half of year

The number of new electric and hybrid cars being licensed has increased, despite overall car sales declining in the first six months of 2019.

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Online Lives: Interior designer Elaine Verdon

Online Lives: Interior designer Elaine Verdon

Dublin-based interior designer Elaine Verdon left her job in a marketing agency to follow her passion.

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Free GP care being extended to children up to age eight; prescription charges to be reduced

Free GP care being extended to children up to age eight; prescription charges to be reduced

The Taoiseach has revealed that next year free GP care will be extended to children aged seven and eight.

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Three Cork city centre buildings could be saved from demolition

Three Cork city centre buildings could be saved from demolition

Three buildings at risk of collapse in a historic part of Cork city could be saved from demolition works.

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Online Lives: Sustainability blogger Hannah Byrne

Online Lives: Sustainability blogger Hannah Byrne

Canada-based Hannah Byrne started blogging five years ago as a way to be creative but now she uses her blog, Byrnewithme.com, to promote sustainable living.

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Cork woman searching for her biological father after sperm donor confusion

Cork woman searching for her biological father after sperm donor confusion

"Your mother has a secret..." The words of an astrologer spoken to a West Cork woman led to her discovering that she was not her father's biological daughter.

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First ever podcast festival announced for Cork

Leeside listeners are in for a treat this autumn when the inaugural Cork Podcast Festival gets underway across the city.

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'It's life or death': Man pleads for residential care for brother with special needs

'It's life or death': Man pleads for residential care for brother with special needs

A man who is a full-time carer for his younger brother has made an emotional appeal for a place in residential care for his sibling.

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Health Minister signs legislation to legalise use of medicinal cannabis

Health Minister signs legislation to legalise use of medicinal cannabis

The Minister for Health has signed legislation which will allow for the operation of the Medical Cannabis Access Programme on a pilot basis for five years.

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'We must not repeat the mistakes of a decade ago': Government urged to protect vulnerable citizens after Brexit

'We must not repeat the mistakes of a decade ago': Government urged to protect vulnerable citizens after Brexit

"We risk repeating the mistakes of the past, with devastating consequences". That's the warning issued about Ireland's economy after Britain leaves the EU.

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Online Lives: Makeup artist and blogger Aisling Regan

Online Lives: Makeup artist and blogger Aisling Regan

Makeup artist and blogger Aisling Regan uses her website and blog to showcase her skills and discuss trends and products.

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Tributes paid to charity co-founder who died after stabbing at Spanish holiday resort

Tributes paid to charity co-founder who died after stabbing at Spanish holiday resort

Tributes are being paid to a Dublin man after he was stabbed to death at a Spanish holiday resort.

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Online Lives: Blogger and 'digital nomad' Jonny Blair

Online Lives: Blogger and 'digital nomad' Jonny Blair

Bangor-born blogger Jonny Blair has been travelling the world since 2003.

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Irish vlogger beats celebs to be named Dad of the Year

Irish vlogger beats celebs to be named Dad of the Year

Parenting vlogger Jonathan Saccone Joly has been named Celebrity Dad of the Year 2019 in London.

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Online Lives: Aisling Walsh writes on a number of topics not often seen in blogs

Online Lives: Aisling Walsh writes on a number of topics not often seen in blogs

Guatemala-based blogger Aisling Walsh writes on a number of topics not often seen in blogs, including menstrual health and sexual and reproductive rights.

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These are Ireland's most influential journalists on Twitter

These are Ireland's most influential journalists on Twitter

Radio presenter, Matt Cooper and political correspondent Gavan Reilly are the most influential Irish journalists on Twitter, according to research.

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Parents protest use of Catholic agency to deliver sex education in Educate Together schoolThis story is enriched with multi-media content

Parents protest use of Catholic agency to deliver sex education in Educate Together school

Parents at a non-denominational school in Dublin have staged a protest over the use of a Catholic agency to deliver sex education classes to pupils.

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Helen Dixon reappointed as Commissioner for Data Protection for second term

Helen Dixon reappointed as Commissioner for Data Protection for second term

The Government has reappointed Helen Dixon as the head of its powerful Data Protection Commission for a second five-year term.

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Gardaí and UK police renew appeal over letter bombs sent from Ireland

Gardaí and UK police renew appeal over letter bombs sent from Ireland

Gardaí have renewed their appeal for information after five letter bombs were posted from Ireland in March.

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Runner of the Week: Kevin Betts - 'It’s always great to get back to Cork'

Runner of the Week: Kevin Betts - 'It’s always great to get back to Cork'

Corkman Kevin Betts is returning from Liverpool next week to take part in the Cork City Marathon.

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Brittany Ferries cancels Cork to France sailings due to 'hydraulic fault'; Spain sailings also cancelled

Brittany Ferries cancels Cork to France sailings due to 'hydraulic fault'; Spain sailings also cancelled

A number of scheduled sailings between Cork and mainland Europe have been cancelled by Brittany Ferries.

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Latest: Roads to reopen after item found near Whitehall in London deemed 'non-suspicious'

Latest: Roads to reopen after item found near Whitehall in London deemed 'non-suspicious'

A number of roads have been closed to allow police in Britain to assess a suspect item.

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Just one in nine CEOs of large enterprises appointed were women

Just one in nine CEOs of large enterprises appointed were women

New statistics on gender balance in business have been released by the Central Statistics Office (CSO) show a gender breakdown of chairpersons, boards of directors, ...

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Company behind space suit worn for moon landings creates 70 new jobs in Cork

Company behind space suit worn for moon landings creates 70 new jobs in Cork

A new manufacturing facility in Cork has created 70 new jobs, with 30 of these roles already filled in recent months.

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CSO figures show record level of employment as rate increases by 3.7%

CSO figures show record level of employment as rate increases by 3.7%

Figures released by the Central Statistics Office show Ireland's employment rate has increased by 3.7%.

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OECD: Rising property prices and 'disorderly Brexit' could push Ireland into recessionThis story is enriched with multi-media content

OECD: Rising property prices and 'disorderly Brexit' could push Ireland into recession

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has warned a disorderly Brexit “could plunge the Irish economy into a recession” and ...

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Holiday booking fraud sees €12m lost in last year

Holiday booking fraud sees €12m lost in last year

Over 180,000 adults in Ireland have at least once been a victim of holiday booking fraud, new figures show.

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Runner of the Week: Cork City Marathon pacer Paula Wright

Runner of the Week: Cork City Marathon pacer Paula Wright

PAULA Wright said being a pacer in the Irish Examiner Cork City Marathon is an opportunity for her to encourage others towards the finish line, just as she was motivated ...

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Cork Airport runway closed after aircraft had 'difficulties' with landing gear

Cork Airport runway closed after aircraft had 'difficulties' with landing gear

The main runway at Cork Airport was closed temporarily this afternoon after a light aircraft experienced difficulties with its landing gear.

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Gardaí warn companies about email invoice scam that has seen €4.4m stolen so far this year

Gardaí warn companies about email invoice scam that has seen €4.4m stolen so far this year

Gardaí say jobs could be lost and companies could go bust because so much money is being lost as part of an invoice scam.

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