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The popular British actor turned 45 today.
The ran out nine-point winners over the Faithful in Croke Park.
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This week, our reader is busy saving in preparation for moving into a new house with her husband.
The collision occurred this afternoon at around 1.30pm at the closed racing circuit in Crossnakiel.
Soaring inflation and supply-chain issues have increased pessimism.
Richard Arnold met with disgruntled fans at a local pub
Husain Al-Musallam announced that transgender athletes could compete in a separate class at elite level.
A 45-year-old male located at the property has been arrested on suspicion of murder.
The move to coal is described as a “bitter but indispensable” step.
Inmates in Mountjoy and Arbour Hill will have to wait until 2023 before telephones are installed in their cells.
Cavan defeated Sligo 0-20 to 1-14 at Croke Park in the first of today’s Tailteann Cup semi-finals.
Gardaí responded to an incident in the early hours after reports that a man had collapsed.
The women founded Ireland’s first hospital for children in 1919.
The incident itself took place shortly after midnight on Saturday.
WEEE Ireland’s annual report reveals that it collected 18.7 million waste electrical items last year.
The Taoiseach’s comment follow several cost of living protests yesterday.
Over 5kgs of heroin and almost 8kgs of cocaine were discovered during the seizure.
The worst damage has been in the north-west province of Zamora where more than 61,000 acres have been consumed.
Donegal’s Amber Barrett has been part of the international set-up for five years and feels ultimate success can be achieved.
Only 32 new taxis were added to the Dublin fleet since the beginning of 2022, according to new figures.
It comes as the UK tables legislation that aims to override significant parts of the Northern Ireland Protocol.
Highest temperatures today are set to be between 14 and 19 degrees.
Keelan Cawley and Tony McEntee explain how the squad continue to deal with his tragic loss.
Fine Gael TD Neale Richmond says that the shortage of taxis is now a “serious issue”.
Anthony Whelan looks back on his career as a footballer.
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Ireland’s Nordic strategy, the rising cost-of-living and French elections
The proposal would see Ireland retain its 13 MEP seats – but also vote for MEPs in a new pan-European constituency.
Russian forces have directed their firepower at the east and south of Ukraine in recent weeks after failing to take Kyiv.
Homeless organisations have warned the situation will only get worse without significant intervention.
Polling projections show that Macron’s party will be the largest, but may fall short of an overall majority.
Visits by the Taoiseach and others are all part of a plan to align Ireland with the countries.
The ex-Beatle has been making music since he was 14.
Waterford-man Power was in a tie for 13th after 14 holes with McIlroy placed twelvth after three bogeys in opening six holes of his third round.
Stormers beat the Bulls 18-13 in Cape Town to win the URC final.
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The digital display would have an ‘adverse impact’ on residents, Dublin City Council said.
Gardaí from Shankill are investigating the incident which happened after midnight.
They trailed by six points with 11 minutes to go.
Biden was cycling near his Delaware home on an anniversary trip with his wife.
The Tribesmen will face Limerick in the last four.
The union said there had been no breakthrough in the negotiations on pay, jobs and conditions.
This has been the crew’s third callout in three days.
Down minor footballer Leah Scholes, 18, has not let a cancer diagnosis three years ago interrupt her hectic life.
Even though EU membership could still be years away, Zelenskyy called the decision a “historic achievement”
Experts say climate change is increasing the frequency, ferocity and unpredictability of floods in the region.
Six protests are being held in cities and major towns across the country over cost-of-living.
Temperatures had already nudged over 40 degrees Celsius in parts of France yesterday.
Russian spy known to Irish authorities, Navan Hospital controversy and cost-of-living protests