Eir claim it could have delivered National Broadband Plan for under €1bn

The former state telephone company, Eir, will today claim it could have delivered the Government's National Broadband Plan (NBP) for under €1bn, one-third of ...

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Leaving Cert exams finish up tomorrow

While the majority of students across the country finished up their exams last week, this afternoon will see the official end of the 2019 Leaving Certificate exams. ...

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Four Dublin beaches closed to swimmers after sewage overflow

Update: Another bathing ban has been introduced on some beaches in south Dublin.

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Man left sitting on car roof as streets flood after heavy rain in the UK

The June washout is set to continue on Tuesday, with severe weather warnings for rain and thunderstorms covering large parts of the UK.

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Hunt ‘better equipped’ to deal with security emergencies, Lidington warns

David Lidington said Jeremy Hunt was better prepared to be British PM than Boris Johnson.

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Man charged in UK with attempting to steal Magna Carta

Mark Royden will appear in court in England on Friday.

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Norwich sign Switzerland striker Josip Drmic on a free transfer

The 26-year-old will officially join the club on a three-year deal on July 1.

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Ireland shoot to highest finish yet at 2019 European Games

Their total tally of 133 points was only two off the mark that earned the Italian pair a spot in the bronze-medal play-off.

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Murray admits daughter was underwhelmed by his Queen’s success

The 32-year-old won the doubles title alongside Feliciano Lopez.

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Communications firm Edelman names three new directors as business doubles in size

Communications firm Edelman has promoted Emma Williams, Jennifer Hyland and David Callaghan, who have been appointed as directors on foot of significant new business ...

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UCC professor wins two top international dental research awards

UCC’s head of the College of Medicine and Health, Professor Helen Whelton, is the 2019 recipient of the Distinguished Scientist H. Trendley Dean Memorial Award. ...

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Government urged to do more to incentivise wind energy investment

Renewable energy groups have urged the Government to better incentivise companies to invest in offshore wind projects in Irish waters.

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BBC’s Ann Sarnoff appointed chairman and chief executive of Warner Bros

Ann Sarnoff said it was ‘a privilege’ to join the studio.

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Naomi Campbell to be honoured with Fashion Icon Award

The catwalk queen will receive her award at a ceremony in December.

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Amanda Holden claims Phillip Schofield ignored ‘olive branch’ coffee invitation

She responded to claims of a rift between the pair on her Heart Breakfast radio show.

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He has led Fianna Fáil for eight years, but will Micheál Martin ever lead the country?

Micheal Martin has taken risks in rebuilding the party since the disastrous 2011 election — such as propping up Fine Gael in government and backing abortion ...

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‘All we are told is no, no, no’: Parents of children with autism reveal uphill battles to find schools

At both primary and secondary level, school places for special needs children are at a premium and parents are under huge pressure with the lack of supports, writes ...

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Jon Stewart: journey from satirist to political advocate is no laughing matter

When Jon Stewart quit the Daily Show, the satirical news and comedy show he hosted for 16 years until August 2015, he explained to his replacement, Trevor Noah, ...

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