Gardaí seize €716,000 worth of drugs in Cork

Gardaí in Cork have seized €716,000 worth of cannabis and cocaine in Cork.

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Micheál Martin lashes the Church for being unchristian after it denied communion to TD

Fianna Fail leader Micheál Martin has said it was unchristian for a priest to refuse communion to his Transport spokesman Robert Troy.

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Irish Coast guard praised for 'difficult' rescue on Aran Islands

An Irish Coast Guard crew are being praised for carrying out a very difficult rescue on the Aran Islands this afternoon.

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Judge sets $1m bail for R Kelly, calling sexual assault charges 'disturbing'

R&B singer R Kelly has appeared in court in Chicago where a judge has set bail at $1m.

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Iceland to keep hunting whales for another five years

Iceland's whaling industry will be allowed to keep hunting whales for at least another five years, killing up to 2,130 baleen whales under a new regulation issued ...

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French yellow vest protesters seek momentum on 15th week

Yellow vest protesters took to the streets across France on Saturday for a 15th straight weekend of demonstrations.

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Women's Six Nations: Ireland pay for sloppy defending against Italy

The Ireland Women matched their hosts' four-try haul in Parma but were made to pay for some sloppy defending as they lost to Italy for the first time ever in the ...

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Dublin return to winning ways against Mayo

Another terrific Croke Park performance from Cormac Costello helped Dublin to return to winning ways in the Allianz League, ending Mayo's 100% start in the process. ...

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Misery continues for Cork as Meath claim third win

A third Allianz League Division 2 win for Meath, and a first on the road for the Royals.

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Deliveroo riders being attacked while working

Deliveroo riders have highlighted their frustration over being attacked while carrying out their work.

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Sterling traders watch for a sign of Brexit breakthrough

Sterling consolidated gains yesterday as investors eyed talks between the UK and the EU on a deal to prevent the UK from crashing out at the end of next month.

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Shares boost for property firm Ires Reit as rents rise

Ires gained 1.5% as it unveiled “a strong pipeline” of new properties in its 2018 earnings report. It plans to pay an additional dividend of 3c, which ...

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Director of Singin' in the Rain dies aged 94

Stanley Donen, a giant of the Hollywood musical who directed such classics as Singin' In The Rain and Funny Face, has died aged 94.

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Cheryl: Motherhood means I can’t dance as much as I’d like to

The singer also told of her next dancing goal – to be able to flip.

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Drew Barrymore praises friends Gwyneth Paltrow and Cameron Diaz on her birthday

The ET and Charlie’s Angels star said that the ‘main focus of my life’ has been her girlfriends and her children.

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The highs and lows of a Cork marijuana farmer in California

A Cork marijuana farmer in California tells Kevin O’Neill that legalising it has been good for the economy, with no cartels and no deaths, and it’s only ...

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Zebra’s stripes are a no fly zone for flies

How the zebra got its stripes is not only a just-so story, but an object of scientific inquiry. New research suggests that stripes help zebras evade biting flies ...

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US Minister David Gray couldn’t grasp subtlety of Irish neutrality

In part two of a series on the 75th anniversary of the American Note, Ryle Dwyer sees that some diplomats were more in tune with their missions than others

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