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Eamonn campbell funeral punctuated by song and laughs
 
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Eamonn campbell funeral punctuated by song and laughs A lone piper playing The Foggy Dew led the cortege into the grounds of St Agnes’s Church in Crumlin, Dublin, for the funeral Mass of musician Eamonn Campbell yesterday. The former member of The Dubliners died last week in the Netherlands after falling ill while on tour. The coffin was carried into the church by a quartet of All-Ireland-winning Dublin stars: Philly McMahon, Kevin McManamon, Denis Bastick and Eoghan O’Gara. The Sam Maguire Cup was placed on top of it for the Mass, celebrated by fo...
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Angry scenes at meeting on proposed mosque in kilkenny
 
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Angry scenes at meeting on proposed mosque in kilkenny Angry scenes marred a public information meeting on a planned mosque which took place in Kilkenny yesterday. The meeting was requested by public representatives, John and Andrew McGuinness, in response to queries from local residents. Approximately 200 people attended the meeting which was organised to provide information on the planning application and the planning process. Shouting and heckling dominated the two-hour meeting which took place at O'Loughlin Gaels GAA club. Imam Ebrahim Ndure add...
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Alexander lapshin claims azerbaijan might be behind ‘suicide’ of cnn’s anthony bourdain for artsakh
 
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Alexander lapshin claims azerbaijan might be behind ‘suicide’ of cnn’s anthony bourdain for artsakh episode of parts unknown Alexander Lapshin claims Azerbaijan might be behind ‘suicide’ of CNN’s Anthony Bourdain for Artsakh episode of Parts Unknown 20:03, 8 June, 2018 YEREVAN, JUNE 8, ARMENPRESS. Russian-Israeli travel blogger Alexander Lapshin, the man who was under global media spotlight for his arrest and extradition to Azerbaijan for visiting Artsakh, claims that celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain’s death may somehow be connected with the latter’s visit and filming of CNN’s Parts Unknown in Artsakh.  Bourdain was ly...
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You can now buy viagra without a prescription – here's where to get it
 
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You can now buy viagra without a prescription – here's where to get it You can now buy Viagra WITHOUT a prescription – here's where to get it ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION patients can now buy Viagra over the counter. Brits can now buy Viagra without a prescription. The over-the-counter pills can be ordered from online pharmacy websites or be purchased in store. Health experts hope that this move will help the 4.3 million men in the UK who are struggling with erectile dysfunction. Erectile dysfunction causes: 23 possible health conditions effecting your penis   Read through...
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“Situation is threatening to become uncontrollable” – Ejmiatsin Mayor requests PM’s assistance in u
 
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“Situation is threatening to become uncontrollable” – Ejmiatsin Mayor requests PM’s assistance in unrest “Situation is threatening to become uncontrollable” – Ejmiatsin Mayor requests PM’s assistance in unrest 23:18, 16 June, 2018 YEREVAN, JUNE 16, ARMENPRESS. Mayor of Ejmiatsin (Vagharshapat) Karen Grigoryan has addressed Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan with an open letter regarding the situation in the city, which, in his words, might become uncontrollable. Below is the full text of the letter: “Dear Mr. Prime Minister, I am addressing you not only on my behalf but also on behalf of many citizens ...
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Wife of loughinisland suspect told councillor he was killer, documentary claims
 
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Wife of loughinisland suspect told councillor he was killer, documentary claims Mourners attend the 20th anniversary of the Loughinisland massacre in 2014 A hard-hitting new film on the Loughinisland massacre claims that the wife of a chief suspect named him as one of the killers in a letter to a nationalist councillor. The woman also admitted she was part of the plan to commit the murders, but didn't go through with it. Oscar-nominated No Stone Unturned names three men who formed the UVF gang responsible for the murder of six men as they watched a World Cup football match ...
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Man has kept unopened present from ex for 47 years – can you guess what's inside?
 
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Man has kept unopened present from ex for 47 years – can you guess what's inside? FACEBOOK/ADRIAN PEARCE NO TIME LIKE THE PRESENTS: Adrian has resisted the urge to open the gift for almost 5 decades While many of us can’t wait to open our Christmas prezzies, one man left a gift unwrapped for 47 years. Adrian Pearce has held onto a present from his ex-girlfriend for almost five decades. Even though he was dumped by his former flame, he has got out the mystery package every year since.   Thought the usual 'It's not you it's me' line was bad? Well These break-up reasons will lea...
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Mourners remember teenager cameron reilly as appeal for information made at funeral
 
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Mourners remember teenager cameron reilly as appeal for information made at funeral Update - 2.23pm: The funeral mass for Cameron Reilly has heard an appeal for anyone with information on the teenager's death, to come forward. Cameron Reilly's funeral in Dunleer, Co Louth. Picture Ciara Wilkinson. Over a thousand mourners have attended the mass at St Brigid's Church, in Dunleer in County Louth. The 18-year-old's body was found in a field near the town over a week ago. A post-mortem revealed he had been murdered. Fr Michael Murtagh made this appeal to those who may have informat...
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Obituary - eamonn campbell, guitarist, record producer and member of the dubliners
 
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Obituary - eamonn campbell, guitarist, record producer and member of the dubliners Obituary - Eamonn Campbell, guitarist, record producer and member of The Dubliners Guitarist, record producer and member of The Dubliners Born: November 29, 1946; Died: October 18, 2017 EAMONN Campbell, who has died aged 70, was a talented guitarist, producer and arranger who was best known as a member of The Dubliners, the Irish folk band that had a number of hits including a version of The Irish Rover with The Pogues in the 1980s. He also produced the popular 1982 version of The Fields of Athe...
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First look: adare manor reopens after 18-month refurbishment
 
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First look: adare manor reopens after 18-month refurbishment After an 18-month closure, the five-star Adare Manor and Golf Resort in Co Limerick will reopen to the public on Thursday. All the rooms have river, golf course, or garden views. The hotel was purchased by JP McManus and family in December 2014, and it has had a complete transformation and the addition of a new bedroom wing and ballroom. A new building – linked to the original manor house by a colonnade – brings the number of bedrooms up from 62 to 104. The new west wing is a replica of the orig...
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Young farmer lost in river tragedy had 'zest for living', says priest
 
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Young farmer lost in river tragedy had 'zest for living', says priest The coffin of Declan Davitt is carried by mourners at Killeen, Louisburgh, Co Mayo, yesterday. Photo: Keith Heneghan The funeral of a young farmer who lost his life in a drowning tragedy in the early hours of Christmas Day has heard how he had "so much potential, and energy and zest for living". Hundreds of mourners from as far as New Zealand and Scotland came to attend yesterday's funeral of Declan Davitt (26), from Curradavit, Louisburgh, Co Mayo, which took place at the Church of the Holy Fam...
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First look: adare manor reopens after 18-month refurbishment
 
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First look: adare manor reopens after 18-month refurbishment After an 18-month closure, the five-star Adare Manor and Golf Resort in Co Limerick will reopen to the public on Thursday. All the rooms have river, golf course, or garden views. The hotel was purchased by JP McManus and family in December 2014, and it has had a complete transformation and the addition of a new bedroom wing and ballroom. A new building – linked to the original manor house by a colonnade – brings the number of bedrooms up from 62 to 104. The new west wing is a replica of the orig...
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Married hooker who sleeps with 30 men a day reveals everything about  work: ‘i love it'
 
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Married hooker who sleeps with 30 men a day reveals everything about work: ‘i love it' Married hooker who sleeps with 30 men a day reveals EVERYTHING about sex work: ‘I love it' A HOOKER has revealed how she went from training to become a nurse to making the “best porn in the world". Kirie Redfield, who is in her thirties, spoke of how she had an conventional upbringing and did well in school. She initially trained to become a nurse but turned to the sex industry in her mid-twenties. The Yorkshire lass moved into the porn business, making films in Germany, which she claims is the ...
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‘the most beautiful house in ireland’ is up for sale
 
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‘the most beautiful house in ireland’ is up for sale A genuinely magnificent country house, Castletown Cox in County Kilkenny is as grand a residence as anyone could ever wish for. 36,000 square feet. 513 acres. 10 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, plus a list of other spaces which sound as if they’ve been lifted from a Cluedo board: the billiard room, the music room, the wine cellar. There’s even a ‘model room’. The main house on the Castletown Estate – often known as Castletown Cox – near Carrick-on-Suir in County Kilkenny (which is on the market via Knig...
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Microsoft admits windows phone is dead, leaves surface phone launch uncertain
 
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Microsoft admits windows phone is dead, leaves surface phone launch uncertain GETTY • BEHANCE • WIPMicrosoft has admitted its Windows Phone will no longer receive new featuresWindows Phone is dead, Microsoft has admitted. Vice President of Operating Systems Joe Belfiore revealed the company is no longer developing new features or hardware for Windows 10 Mobile. Belfoire broke the news in a series of tweets. Microsoft will continue to release bug fixes and security patches for its Windows 10 Mobile users, but will not launch any new features.“Of course we'll continue to su...
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Cnn to air “anthony bourdain parts unknown” episode on armenia may 20
 
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Cnn to air “anthony bourdain parts unknown” episode on armenia may 20 The CNN will air an episode of the “Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown” tracking American food icon Anthony Bourdain’s trip to Armenia and Artsakh on May 20. Bourdain takes a wide-angle look at the culture and history of this country with guides musician of Armenian descent Serj Tankian (System of a Down), and historian/Armenian resident Richard Giragosian, the CNN said as it announced the start of the Season 11 of the top-rated Emmy and Peabody award-winning CNN Original Series. Breaking bread with...
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Flags of armenia and yerevan sent to space
 
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Flags of armenia and yerevan sent to space The flags of Armenia and Yerevan have been sent to the International Space Station on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the First Republic of Armenia and the 2,800th anniversary of Yerevan, the Armenian Embassy in Russia informs. The sending of flags became possible thanks to Hero of Russia, cosmonaut Oleg Artemyev, who started a long expedition on March 21, 2018 as part of the crew of the Soyuz MS-08 spacecraft with NASA astronauts Andrew J. Feustel and Richard Arnold. On board the Inter...
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Pictured: seven men charged in connection with mass brawl in dublin pub
 
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Pictured: seven men charged in connection with mass brawl in dublin pub L-R; Scott Capper, Dean Smith, Paul Brannigan and Robert Gaynor SEVEN men have appeared in court charged in connection with a major public order incident in a pub in Finglas last month. The men did not apply for bail and they were remanded in custody to Cloverhill Prison for one week. The seven accused are David Mulvey (35), Gerard Hogg (33) and Robert Gaynor (27) all of Berryfield Drive in Finglas, and Dean Thomas (26) of Glenties Drive in Finglas; Scott Capper (28), of Capppgh Green in Finglas...
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Irish gangland murder victim's eerie prediction before death
 
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Irish gangland murder victim's eerie prediction before death Irish gangland victim Kane McCormack eerily predicted his own death before his brutal murder. The 24-year-old's body was found dumped in a field in Walterstown, Co Meath on Saturday. He was shot three times and is believed to have been gunned down as part of the ongoing Kinahan/Hutch gangland feud. McCormack, also known as Kirwan, was a son of slain Noel “Duck Egg” Kirwan, a close pal of Gerry 'The Monk' Hutch. It is believed that McCormack was not a member of the Hutch gang, but was looking for...
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Ex-General Arrested Amid Unrest In Armenian Town
 
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Ex-General Arrested Amid Unrest In Armenian Town Manvel Grigorian, a retired but still influential army general, and a reputed crime figure challenging him were arrested on Saturday amid rival demonstrations held by their supporters in the Armenian town of Echmiadzin. The town, which is home to the Mother See of Armenian Apostolic Church, has been governed by Grigorian’s son Karen for almost a decade. Hundreds of local residents protested against the mayor in recent days, accusing him of corruption and mismanagement and demanding his resignati...
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'majority of st patrick's ballyragget hurling team had nothing to do with those events in the pub'
 
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'majority of st patrick's ballyragget hurling team had nothing to do with those events in the pub' A sign wishing the St Patrick’s team good luck in their hurling county final. Photo: Mark Condren The young man at the centre of the Ballyragget GAA lewd photo controversy is a member of the club's intermediate county championship winning team. The man, who is from a townland close to Ballyragget, was celebrating his 21st birthday on Tuesday night, with a small group of team mates from the Co Kilkenny club. Photos and video from the incident - which occurred two days after the club won the count...
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Christie brinkley admits to getting cosmetic procedures done
 
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Christie brinkley admits to getting cosmetic procedures done Christie Brinkley's youthful looks are a testament to her healthy lifestyle and skincare regimen, but the model, 63, admits that she's had some help from two non-invasive, non-surgical anti-ageing procedures: Xeomin for her frown lines and Ultherapy for her neck and chest. Brinkley aimed "never to look different" when signing up for the procedures (her face has been known for decades, after all). "But I'm almost 64," she explained to People. "At a certain point, you might need a little something...
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What is x factor judge louis walsh's net worth and who has he managed before?
 
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What is x factor judge louis walsh's net worth and who has he managed before? Louis Walsh is a television personality and former music manager. He has managed two of the Republic of Ireland’s most well known boybands: Westlife and Boyzone. However, Walsh is best known for his career starring as one of the judges on ITV’s music reality show, The X Factor. As well as starring on the show, Walsh has judged on TV shows including Popstars: The Rivals, where he helped discover Girls Aloud, You’re a Star, Irish Popstars, and Ireland’s Got Talent. What is his background? And how ...
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First ride: levc tx taxi prototype
 
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First ride: levc tx taxi prototype. In most London taxis, the intercom microphone to talk to the driver is located in the roof of the car. But in the new London Electric Vehicle Company LEVC TX taxi, the microphones are in the window pillars in front of the rear seats. A trivial change? Not at all, because when most passengers talk to...
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Gardaí look to contact all who met murder victim cameron reilly (18) on friday
 
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Gardaí look to contact all who met murder victim cameron reilly (18) on friday Gardaí investigating the murder of 18-year-old Cameron Reilly are seeking to interview anyone who had contact with him while socialising on Friday night. The young man’s body was found in a field on Saturday morning just outside the town of Dunleer in Co Louth. A postmortem confirmed he died in “violent circumstances”. It is understood he had extensive injuries to his neck. Gardaí have opened a murder investigation. Mr Reilly, who was well known in the Dunleer area, was out socialising with frie...
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'i don't care how i look' says susannah constantine
 
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'i don't care how i look' says susannah constantine Published: 19:15 EDT, 21 October 2017 | Updated: 03:21 EDT, 22 October 2017 She dished out style advice on TV’s What Not to Wear, but having swapped fashion for fiction, Susannah Constantine’s go-to outfit these days is an old T-shirt and joggers. What would Trinny say? Susannah outside her 19th-century Sussex mansionWhat not to wear for lunch with Susannah Constantine? Together with Trinny Woodall she was a household name in the noughties – and naughty they most certainly were, with their blunt...
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Woman swings baby from head and legs during ‘healing’ ritual: ‘that’s torture’
 
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Woman swings baby from head and legs during ‘healing’ ritual: ‘that’s torture’ Woman SWINGS baby from head and legs during ‘healing’ ritual: ‘That’s torture’ WOULD you let your newborn baby by swung by the neck in the name of healing? WARNING: DISTRESSING CONTENT. Most people know that newborn babies need their head supported, but this masseur performs a controversial healing practice. Larissa Orynbasarvna, from Kazakhstan, has been a certified masseur for 11 years and claims she has a unique approach to baby massage. In an alarming clip, you can see the 35-year-old woman ...
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Scientology director opposes lifting of injunction preventing harassment from former church member
 
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Scientology director opposes lifting of injunction preventing harassment from former church member Zabrina Collins, of The Boulevard, Mount Eustace, Tyrelstown, Dublin 15, leaving the High Court in Dublin Thursday. Photo: Collins Pics A CHURCH of Scientology (CoS) director told the High Court she fears she will be harassed again and that it will get worse if an injunction preventing a former member from watching and besetting her is lifted. Zabrina Collins (39) says Peter Griffiths' behaviour towards her had got progressively worse over a number of years until she obtained the injunction in 2...
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Sting traces irish roots to monaghan workhouse
 
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Sting traces irish roots to monaghan workhouse Singer Sting has said he can trace his roots back to a workhouse, in Co Monaghan. Speaking in Dublin on Tuesday, he said he took part in a genealogy show in America which led him back to Ireland on a journey to discover his past. “I knew part of my family was Irish, but I knew very little about them. I did one of these ’know your roots’ shows in America and they found this woman called Mary Murphy who died in a poorhouse in Co Monaghan,” he said. “She had lots of children and one of them escaped...
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Rescue 116: hsa investigation opens possibility of prosecutions
 
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Rescue 116: hsa investigation opens possibility of prosecutions A third State agency will investigate the loss of four air crew in the Irish Coast Guard Rescue 116 helicopter crash off the north Co Mayo coast in March. The Health and Safety Authority is now working with An Garda Síochána on a joint investigation that will result in a file being forwarded to the Director of Public Prosecutions. Four Irish Coast Guard air crew – Capt Dara Fitzpatrick, Capt Mark Duffy, winch operator Paul Ormsby and winchman Ciarán Smith – died when their helicopter collided wi...
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Danish police praise 8,000 irish fans
 
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Danish police praise 8,000 irish fans As excitement builds ahead of tomorrow’s must-win World Cup play-off, Danish police have praised the good behaviour of the 8,000 Irish supporters who travelled to Copenhagen for the scoreless first-leg. The Scandinavian officers had a particular word of thanks for the 3,000 Ireland fans who had to masquerade as Danes to get into the Parken Stadium. A message on their Twitter, @kobenhavnpoliti, was translated and shared by a proud Irish embassy in Denmark. It said: “Well done to all 8,000 of you,...
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Leo varadkar faces some tight squeezes as shine wears off a year after ascent
 
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Leo varadkar faces some tight squeezes as shine wears off a year after ascent One year on from becoming Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar’s popularity has increased, but several major issues threaten his reign, writes Political Correspondent Elaine Loughlin. This time last year the world looked on as an openly gay man of Indian heritage became leader of a small country on the edge of Europe. While the international media made much of Leo Varadkar’s backstory, it was almost a footnote to the Irish public. However, it did send out a clear message that this country had shed its conser...
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Yerevan debunks baku’s claims of advances at nakhichevan border
 
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Yerevan debunks baku’s claims of advances at nakhichevan border YEREVAN—Armenia’s Defense Ministry on Tuesday released footage and photographs to debunk Baku’s disinformation campaign alleging that Azerbaijani forces have made territorial advances on the Armenia-Nakhichevan border, with claims that Azeris had captured some 11 hectares (approximately 27 acres) of territory. The focus of this alleged territorial advancement is the village of Gunnut, which Armenia’s Defense Ministry spokesperson Artsrun Hovhannisyan said that the footage released by the ministr...
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'i felt like i wasn't doing enough for patients because i was so overstretched' - irish nurses on w
 
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'i felt like i wasn't doing enough for patients because i was so overstretched' - irish nurses on why they moved abroad (L-R) Aine O'Connor and Michelle Matthews Aine O'Connor Michelle Matthews Michelle Matthews on her first day at work in Abu Dhabi Two Irish nurses speak out about their reasons for leaving Ireland and why they want things to change before moving home again. I never planned on leaving Ireland to work. I qualified as a nurse in in 2012 and St James' Hospital offered us contracts for three months but never renewed them despite the fact that they were short-staffed on every ward at the time. We were...
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The creation of wealth: moya doherty on the arts as an economic dynamo
 
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The creation of wealth: moya doherty on the arts as an economic dynamo Long before her time at RTÉ or Riverdance, before all the fame and fortune, adulation and success that later came her way, Moya Doherty discovered the joy of creativity. As a young girl growing up amidst the stifling thickets of 1960s Catholic Ireland, a kind primary school teacher introduced her to poetry. “I’d love to have been a poet but I don’t have the talent,” says Doherty, who is, surely, the most successful impresario Ireland has produced. “Poetry is the most incisive, creative form of e...
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Division in sinn féin over eighth amendment referendum result
 
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Division in sinn féin over eighth amendment referendum result Division in Sinn Féin over eighth amendment referendum result SINN Fein Councillor Sheamus Greene has criticised what he says is “abortion on demand” after the Republic of Ireland voted overwhelmingly last week to reform its strict abortion laws. The Erne East representative’s view significantly differs from the view of most of his party, including Fermanagh-south Tyrone MLA Jemma Dolan who said the historic referendum result was “momentous for all of the people of Ireland.” The public decided b...
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Mum who lost 5 family members in crash says there are 'no words to express pain'
 
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Mum who lost 5 family members in crash says there are 'no words to express pain' The heartbroken mum who lost five family members in a pier crash tragedy has said there are "simply no words to express my pain". Louise James lost her partner Sean McGrotty, her sons Mark and Evan, her mother Ruth Daniels and her sister Jodie Lee Tracey in the horror crash. Sean McGrotty was three times over the drink-drive limit when his 4x4 vehicle slid down a treacherous and algae-covered slipway in Buncrana, Co Donegal, in March last year, a previous hearing of the inquest was told. Speakin...
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Buncrana pier tragedy: sean mcgrotty a 'wonderful partner and father,' says louise james after verd
 
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Buncrana pier tragedy: sean mcgrotty a 'wonderful partner and father,' says louise james after verdicts Louise James, the Derry mum who lost her partner, two sons, mother and sister in the Buncrana pier tragedy has said she hopes lessons are learned and paid tribute to Sean McGrotty as a "wonderful" partner and father. Evan McGrotty, eight, his father Sean, 12-year-old brother Mark, grandmother Ruth Daniels, 59, and her 14-year-old daughter Jodie Lee Daniels died when their SUV sank after sliding off the "slippery as ice" surface in Donegal. A jury found the five victims died by misadventure follo...
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Met eireann issue snow warning for 20 counties - check if you're affected
 
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Met eireann issue snow warning for 20 counties - check if you're affected Snow is set to fall on Thursday, causing Met Eireann to issue a weather warning. A status yellow alert for "snow-ice" comes into force from 7am on Thursday and stays in place until 6am on Friday. A total of 20 counties are affected, and the National Forecaster has warned up to 3cm of the white stuff could dump down in parts. The following counties are affected: Galway, Leitrim, Mayo, Roscommon, Sligo, Cavan, Monaghan, Donegal, Dublin, Kildare, Laois, Longford, Louth, Wicklow, Offaly, Westmeath, ...
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Uk commitments to avoid hard border ‘politically bullet-proof’
 
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Uk commitments to avoid hard border ‘politically bullet-proof’ The commitments made by Britain to avoid a hard border on the island of Ireland are “politically bullet-proof” and “cast iron”, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said. Speaking after the deal was agreed on Irish-specific issues to allow negotiations on Britain’s withdrawal from the EU to proceed to the next phase, Mr Varadkar also the Government had “achieved all we set out to achieve in phase one of these negotiations”. The document agreed between the EU and the UK reached the threshold of “sufficient...
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Retired surgeon michael shine acquitted of indecently assaulting young male patients - independent.
 
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Retired surgeon michael shine acquitted of indecently assaulting young male patients - independent.ie Retired surgeon Dr Michael Shine (85) at the Dublin Circuit Criminal Court Pic Collins Courts. A jury has acquitted retired surgeon Michael Shine of indecently assaulting three young male patients over 40 years ago. Mr Shine (85) of Wellington Rd. in Dublin had pleaded not (NOT) guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to seven charges of indecently assaulting five patients at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital and at his private clinic, both in Drogheda, Co Louth, on dates between 1964 and 1991. Short...
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Tribute paid to glen barr for his work on peace park
 
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Tribute paid to glen barr for his work on peace park Glenn Barr’s work on the Island of Ireland Peace Park at Messines in Belgium was a “gamechanger in the maturing of relationships” between Britain and Ireland, Paddy Harte jnr has said. Mr Barr, who died on Monday, and Mr Harte’s father, former Fine Gael TD Paddy Harte snr, founded the park together in 1996. It was opened on Armistice Day 1998 by then president Mary McAleese, in the presence of Queen Elizabeth II and Belgium’s King Albert II. The park stands near the site where the 16th (Irish) D...
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Escort who earns £44k a week reveals one thing she would never do
 
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Escort who earns £44k a week reveals one thing she would never do Escort who earns £44K a week reveals ONE thing she would never do A SEX worker from the world’s largest brothel has lifted the lid on her kinky job. For eight years, Destini has been working at Sheri’s Ranch, a legal sex resort in Nevada, USA.The only full-service brothel in the state offers a raunchy menu 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. On a good week, Destini will earn up to $60,000 (£44,165), while others make between $2,500 - $10,000 (£1,844 - £7,379).Now the escort has exclusively revealed...
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Irish flight to ibiza diverted to france following passenger's 'verbal abuse' to attendant
 
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Irish flight to ibiza diverted to france following passenger's 'verbal abuse' to attendant Stock image A passenger whose behaviour led to a flight from Belfast to Ibiza being diverted became "verbally abusive" to staff when he was refused alcohol, a fellow passenger has said. A woman, who was onboard the flight with her partner and four-month-old baby, told the BBC the man was part of a "large stag group" that was "quite rowdy" when they boarded. The Jet2 flight, which left Belfast at around 3.30pm on Friday, had to be diverted to Toulouse in France because of the man's drunken behavi...
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Latest: environmental campaigners to appeal trump wall decision
 
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Latest: environmental campaigners to appeal trump wall decision Update 8.30: Environmental campaigners say they will appeal the decision to approve a wall at Trump's resort in Doonbeg. The Director of Friends of the Irish Environment Tony Lowes describes how the wall will impact on the local environment. He said: "They interrupt the natural evolution fo the beach."A sand dune system has to be allowed to move - the sand has to go in and go out. There are about 700,000 tonnes of sand on that beach, and there's an additional 500,000 tonnes that come in and out....
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Ancient storms - not a tsunami - left massive boulders on western coast cliffs, study finds
 
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Ancient storms - not a tsunami - left massive boulders on western coast cliffs, study finds Spectacular boulder deposits on the Co Mayo coast and parts of the western seaboard were caused by ferocious Atlantic storms - and not an unknown tsunami - long in Ireland’s geological past, a study has concluded. Geologists from NUI Galway and Oxford University published research comparing the Irish coastline with a location in New Zealand known to have been ravaged by a tsunami millions of years ago. The scientists conclude that giant waves, more than 30m in height, generated sufficient power ...
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Member of house of lords criticised after referring to leo varadkar as 'the indian'
 
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Member of house of lords criticised after referring to leo varadkar as 'the indian' John Taylor - now Lord Kilclooney - has said he was using "shorthand for an Indian surname which I could not spell" A member of the House of Lord has been criticised for describing the Taoiseach as "the Indian". John Taylor - now Lord Kilclooney, and a former Ulster Unionist Party MP - made the comment in a tweet about Simon Coveney. He claimed the Foreign Affairs Minister was "stirring things up" in relation to Brexit, and that he was "clearly hoping to undermine the Indian". Simon Coveney is s...
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Man attacked while on family day out to celebrate twin daughter's christening has died
 
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Man attacked while on family day out to celebrate twin daughter's christening has died Seamus Bell A man who was attacked while on a family day out to celebrate the christening of his twin daughters has died. Seamus Bell (36) was critically injured in the incident which took place on the main street of Carrickmacross, Co Monaghan, on January 20. The fitness instructor had been in a coma in Beaumont Hospital for months after the incident. Mr Bell was pronounced dead yesterday evening and the office of the State Pathologist has been notified. Professor Cassidy will carry out the pos...
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Supreme court upholds €320k damages award against developer gerry gannon over lease
 
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Supreme court upholds €320k damages award against developer gerry gannon over lease By Ann O'LoughlinThe Supreme Court has upheld an order requiring developer Gerry Gannon to pay an investment company €320,667 damages over his failure to complete the purchase of a lease for a building next door to his Dublin 4 headquarters. Mr Gannon had appealed to the Supreme Court against the order made in 2009 by then High Court judge, Ms Justice Mary Laffoy. That order was stayed pending the appeal on the basis of Mr Gannon undertaking to pay rent on the property. Liberty Asset Management ...
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Brexit delays up to 20 extradition warrants to uk
 
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Brexit delays up to 20 extradition warrants to uk Between a dozen and 20 extradition warrants sought by British police for suspects living in Ireland have been stalled due to legal appeals arguing it would be unsafe to extradite them to the UK due to its plans to leave the European Union. One pending extradition order, made through the European Arrest Warrant (EAW) system, will be challenged in the Supreme Court, and an estimated 20 similar cases are awaiting the result of the appeal, according to several legal sources. A House of Commons repor...
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