EU president Donald Tusk said the eurozone summit has reached a unanimous agreement on the Greek bailout.
The Communications Minister Alex White has defended the new national postcode system as accurate, despite a number of complaints.
German chancellor Angela Merkel has said all 19 eurozone members believe the bailout deal agreed today with Greece can work.
The celebrity fitness coach outed as a domestic abuser on Facebook has admitted he did hit his partner and apologised for hurting her.
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An MEP with the Syriza party in Greece has claimed the measures included in an agreement with Eurozone leaders are "not sustainable" and will provoke "more recession and more poverty".
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The Government is being called on to introduce tougher legislation on late payments to businesses.
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The Communications Minister Alex White will launch Ireland's first national postcode service today..