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IRELAND

EU president Jean Claude Juncker has warned Ireland and Apple that the €13bn tax ruling against the tech giant is based on “facts” and must be followed.

Clodagh Hawe’s sister Jacqueline turned to poetry to convey the heartache and deep sense of loss that has engulfed two families and a rural community following last week’s murder-suicide.

Changes in the design of mobile phone handsets and a reduction in the number of faulty telephone lines have contributed to a significant decline in the number of 112 and 999 calls, according to the Department of Communications.

Kilkenny is once again the cleanest area in Ireland.

People from at least three continents will descend on north Cork next weekend to celebrate connections with their Irish family roots.

WORLD 

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French shopkeepers, police, unionists and farmers will today join hauliers in calling for the northern section of the migrant camp at Calais to be demolished.

North Korea has fired three ballistic missiles off its east coast in a show of force timed to coincide with the G20 summit in China, Seoul has said.

SPORT

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Regime change? Tipperary’s emphatic victory over Kilkenny in yesterday’s All-Ireland senior hurling final certainly felt like an administration of long-standing yielding to new rulers.

Against all the odds, the Rassie Erasmus era began with a morale-boosting 23-13 victory for Munster over a much-fancied Scarlets side in West Wales.

BUSINESS

Ray Ryan reports that the future of Irish seafood is in safe hands, as BIM unveils an impressive shortlist for Young Fishmonger of the Year

In his interview with RTÉ, Apple CEO Tim Cook claimed the tax codes were so complex that a print-out would reach to the ceiling

LIFESTYLE

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Is about time that we started taking bitcoin seriously asks David Gilbert, as he wonders if it’s here to stay?

ANALYSIS

The fact that doctors about whom serious concerns have been raised can move to different hospitals and clinics and continue to treat patients in Ireland is a breach of patient trust, argues Liz Farsaci

VIRAL

A lifetime supply of brownies would be any sweet-tooth’s dream come true, yet when one teen won himself an unlimited batch of treats he decided to donate every last treat to charity.

Eastern gorillas are sliding towards extinction, conservationists have warned as the primates were classed as critically endangered.

VIDEO

For all the hundreds of live acts that played Electric Picnic over the weekend, it was the spectre a man who died earlier this year that was omnipresent across Stradbally.

TECHNOW

GAMING: Blizzard released Overwatch to much acclaim a few months back and millions of players have already dived straight into this online team based shooter.

MOVIES/TV: It's a busy week in cinemas with something for every part of the family including animation, action and one of the most tip top horrors of the year.

TECH: IFA 2016 is just about to really kick into high gear, and many of the majors have already been shouting about their latest technological treats.

SHOWBIZ

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Renee Zellweger and Colin Firth are set to attend the world premiere of the new Bridget Jones film. Bridget Jones’s Baby opens in cinemas later this month.

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Regime change? Tipperary’s emphatic victory over Kilkenny in yesterday’s All-Ireland senior hurling final certainly felt like an administration of long-standing yielding to new rulers.


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