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IRELAND

A 25-year-old Irish woman has been hospitalised after an attacked in France.

Gardaí are investigating Michael Noonan’s handing of the ‘Grace’ case when he was Minister for Health after receiving a complaint.

The Guinness Storehouse is the top tourist attraction in Ireland with almost 1.5 million visitors last year.

Shannon Airport has seen a 9% increase in UK passengers in the first half of this year.

An Irish man who has been branded an illegal immigrant in Australia says he fears for his safety.

WORLD

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A schizophrenic knifeman who tried to behead a musician during an Islamic State-inspired rampage at a Tube station has been sentenced to life in prison.

Swapping animal for plant protein in your diet can lead to a longer life, research has shown.

SPORT

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Didier Drogba's was shown the tenth red card of his career after a moment of madness saw him knee DC United's Marcelo Servas.

With so many countries hoping to break their medal drought we have picked 10 countries with some of the worst Olympic records and find out whether they might be celebrating a long-awaited success in Brazil.

BUSINESS

It's that time of year again - the Cork Chamber Business School are accepting entries for the 2016 Cork Digital Marketing Awards.

PageFair, a Dublin-based company that provides media organisations with ad-blocking analytics and which creates anti-ad blocking technologies, published a report last year in conjunction with Adobe. It found that 200m desktop users  have installed ad-blockers in their PCs and laptops.

LIFESTYLE

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Back-ache sufferer Arlene Harris tries out a series of gentle exercises developed by Australian Steve Timm  and finds them extraordinarily successful

ANALYSIS

Relaxed regulation meant buildings were thrown up at a frantic rate  during the boom.  Michael Clifford investigates and asks what we can do to avoid the same mistakes again

VIDEO

The result of the marriage referendum has had an enormous impact on the sense of security in the LGBT community, former Government Minister, Kathleen Lynch, claimed yesterday  as she attended the 11th Cork LGBT Pride parade on the Grand Parade, Cork.

VIRAL

Joe Freeley, who runs Joe Maxi Taxi Co, will be providing free trips on the night of August 17 to those celebrating their Leaving Cert results. In place of a fare, Joe will be collecting voluntary donations to Pieta House instead.

Seeing as it’s Breastfeeding Awareness Week, we thought we’d clear up some possibly quite confusing things about becoming a mum.

TECHNOW

GAMING: Ireland will feature as a stop in the Capcom Pro Tour in September,  which will see some of the best Street Fighter V players in Europe competing for precious ranking points.

MOVIES/TV: Hey who ever expected Supergirl to be a show that would last longer than a single season? Well it's set to continue and season 2 will also introduce another familiar character in the form of Superman.

TECH: Wikipedia is an incredible resource and one that just keeps growing thanks to the efforts of everyday people adding to this global knowledge library. It's a pretty incredible feat, and now it's easier to access than ever thanks to an updated Android app. The refreshed app includes news topics, trending stories, featured posts and eye catching images, all in a single stream of information that's constantly reacting to what's going on in the world and your own preferences.

SHOWBIZ

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The sequel to Mrs Brown’s Boys D’Movie is completely on hold – thanks to Brexit .

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Back-ache sufferer Arlene Harris tries out a series of gentle exercises developed by Australian Steve Timm  and finds them extraordinarily successful


Lifestyle

Mountaintop monasteries, vicious-looking vultures, and a seriously impressive cable car.As Ryanair launches flights to Armenia, here’s why it deserves to be your next holiday destination

Jools Holland and his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra played a storming gig at Cork Opera House, writes Des O'Driscoll Live Music Review: Jools Holland and his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra

Concerns about people’s ability to access their own money have been growing – here’s what the debate is all about.Are we actually going to end up as a cashless society?

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