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The partner of the late right-to-die campaigner Marie Fleming says he helped dozens of seriously and terminally ill people plan their deaths with loved ones who risk jail for assisting them.

Stricter controls to help gardaí in tackling street dealing of prescription drugs are to be fast-tracked and brought before the Dáil in the coming weeks.

Twenty years after the killing of Det Jerry McCabe, the survivor of the IRA attack Det Ben O’Sullivan says he has learnt to live with it.

There were three fatal accidents over the bank holiday weekend.

Two major flood prevention schemes, costing a combined €22m, are to get under way in Co Cork within a couple of weeks.

Five units of the Dublin Fire Brigade were called to a major fire at a 10-bedroom house last night thought to be owned by Nama.

Almost 1,000 properties around the country are without power this morning after thunderstorms hit the midlands and west of the country.


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Jose Mourinho is expected to give evidence at an employment tribunal brought by former Chelsea first-team doctor Eva Carneiro after she reportedly turned down an offer of £1.2m to settle.

One of Britain’s worst paedophiles, who shared horrific images on the dark web as he abused up to 200 Malaysian children, has been handed 22 life sentences.


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It was a day of corrections, clarifications, apologies but also no little defiance from Martin O’Neill, after Ireland training had resumed at Abbotstown yesterday.

It would be easy to blame a lousy season on the pitch for the miserable reading Munster Rugby’s accounts made for delegates at last Thursday’s annual general meeting.


Co-working has become an attractive alternative to traditional offices, but entrepreneurs say that there is a need for development of the practice in Cork City.

Two more reports have thrown into doubt claims by central and local government that lands in the south-east corner of Dublin can be used in the speedy delivery of new homes to soothe the national housing crisis.


Tom Curran and his partner Marie Fleming unsuccessfully campaigned to allow him assist her to die. He tells Caroline O’Doherty why he is now risking jail by disclosing that in fact he did assist her to die in 2013


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It’s nearly summer holiday time. Brilliant if you’re looking forward to taking the shortest route possible to the nearest beach; not so good if you’re fretting about leaving your house unattended, writes Gráinne McGuinness.


Most octogenarians would have their feet up with a nice cup of tea in hand, but not husband and wife, Joe and Kay O’Regan, who held hands as they crossed the finish line of Irish Examiner Cork City Marathon.


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Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has allegedly been targeted by hackers, with a group claiming to have accessed several of the billionaire’s social media accounts.

Understated but seriously sexy, it’s no surprise that an off-the-shoulder top or dress is this summer’s staple.


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Louis Walsh could soon be moving from ITV to SKY thanks to a new job offer.


Clinton has secured the Democratic nomination, but the campaign to be president promises to be a knock-down drag-out affair with Donald Trump, says Bette Browne


Not all trends are created equal. Some are exciting – like first-date butterflies; others are comforting – like ice-cream and Golden Girls reruns.Trend of the Week: Floral free for all

Veterinary medicine is a demanding career, leading to mental health problems for some vets.Elephant in the clinic: Helpline offers support to vets with mental health difficulties

Pearl Lowe turns 50 in April – and she’s got a lot to celebrate. TA look into the reinvention of Pearl Lowe

Bonnie Ryan couldn’t be happier.On a roll: Why Bonnie Ryan couldn't be happier

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