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A 21-year-old woman has appeared in court charged with dangerous driving causing the death of a mother and daughter who were killed three days before Christmas.

A former chartered accountant who spent €50,000 he stole from business clients, to pay for a piano, landscape gardening, and home repairs, has avoided a jail sentence.

As the Dáil breaks for a 10-week summer recess, some of the new TDs have been talking about their new job.

Taoiseach Enda Kenny has further distanced himself from talk of a post-Brexit united Ireland poll after Northern Ireland's First Minister told him to concentrate on "reality" instead of "summer school" comments that cause "instability" in the province.

Joe O'Reilly has been granted legal aid to pursue an appeal to the Supreme Court one year after his miscarriage of justice bid was dismissed as an “abuse of process”.

Leaving Cert students are being warned about a fake Facebook event advertising a festival in Marlay Park.

Just as we were starting to get used to the hot weather earlier this week, along came some dreary showers just to remind us where we are. But are today’s pleasant conditions a sign of things to come?


Shots have been fired at a shopping centre in Munich, police said.

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International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde must stand trial in France over a 2008 arbitration ruling that handed €400m to a politically connected business magnate, France's top court has ruled.

Ben Butler has lodged an appeal after being convicted of murdering his six-year-old daughter Ellie, judges have been told.


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It’s a preseason friendly in another continent but that hasn’t stopped the internet feasting on the result between Manchester United and Borussia Dortmund this afternoon.

Sam Allardyce has signed an initial two-year deal to become England's new manager, the English Football Assocation has announced.

Seán O’Halloran has a key message for Leesiders: 'Be patient with developing underage players in the county, the rewards will come in time', writes Peter McNamara.


The UK economy has slumped at its fastest rate since the financial crisis in the wake of Britain's vote to leave the European Union, a report said.

MPs have delivered a damning indictment of working conditions at retail giant Sports Direct and warned they could become the norm across Britain.


Not a single piece of new legislation has been passed by the ‘Do Nothing Dáil’. Enda Kenny is simply presiding over a listless Government, writes Political Editor Daniel McConnell


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The term ‘Mom Hair’ is just another way of shaming women into fixating on their appearance above all else, according to Ruth O’Connor


Researchers and scientists at Stanford University in the US have developed software to help children recognise and classify emotions through the use of eyewear.


Have you always wanted to get a tattoo but aren’t sure if you’re ready? This video might help you decide.

In the run up to his wedding groom-to-be Carlus McWilliams had an epic idea that would stun guests on his wedding day.


GAMINGThe release of Hello Games' No Man's Sky will be along in just a few short weeks, and we're going to go ahead and admit that we still don't really know what it's all about.

MOVIES/TVSuicide Squad is out in Irish cinemas on the 5th of August 2016 and it's going to be pretty darn hard core.

TECHAmazon wants to be a one stop shop for all your needs, and now it's delivering lunches.


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Marvel are always a force to be reckoned with at a Comic Con and this year they have so many Netflix TV shows they had their own panel. Some 4,500 fans were treated to this special teaser of Marvel’s Luke Cage, the third show in the Defenders series to launch on Netflix after Daredevil and Jessica Jones.


In the run up to his wedding groom-to-be Carlus McWilliams had an epic idea that would stun guests on his wedding day.


A Spectacular 28.86-carat ring, the largest D-colour diamond ever offered online, will come up at Christie's Jewels in New York from June 16-30.High value diamond adds serious sparkle to online sale

A whiff of new normality is in the air, writes Des O'SullivanAntiques: How to put a post-lockdown world in the frame

Buy everything on Michelle Darmody’s list and create five meals.One List, Five Meals: Irish stew with a twist; Yellow Pepper Omelette

‘There are two of us, in it together’From Chestnut to Sage - how family food businesses, real labours of love, are coping with Covid

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