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    It's War

    Sky News Russian forces fire warning shots at Royal Navy destroyer over Black Sea 'border violation' Wednesday 23 June 2021 12:44, UK Russian forces fired warning shots at a Royal Navy destroyer after it entered the country's territorial waters in the Black Sea, the Russian Defence Ministry...
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    Where Tourists go in Ireland

    Revealed: The Irish counties most (and least) visited by overseas tourists Where do tourists go? Pol O Conghaile PUBLISHED 11/10/2016 Compact Cork is a city for walkers. Fáilte Ireland visitor figures provided to Travel give a fascinating insight into where tourists actually...
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    New Town for Cork

    Green light given to 'new town' of 5,000 homes and railway station Plans to build 5,000 homes north west of Cork City have been approved. An Bord Pleanala has given the green light to the Monard Strategic Development Zone (SDZ), around 4km from Blarney, which would see a new town built across...
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    Hollyhill residents object to Apple’s expansion plan

    Hollyhill residents object to Apple’s expansion plan Thursday, March 10, 2016 HOLLYHILL residents are petitioning Cork City Council to prevent Apple from building a new four-storey extension and 750-space car park at their European headquarters. Residents of Ardcullen, Hollyhill, are...
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    Amy Winehouse C4 +1 at 10.00 pm for those who missed it at 9.00 pm
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    Germany bought 2006 World Cup

    According to Der Spiegel Germany bought votes to secure the World Cup. After Volkswagen and refugees this wipes out Ringstein ?
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    North better off than Republic, study finds

    North better off than Republic, study finds The Republic’s rural areas are more likely to experience deprivation extremes Northern Ireland is better off than the Republic according to a report which has mapped affluence and deprivation across the entire island Mon, Dec 1, 2014, 01:00 More...
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    Muhammad becomes UK's most popular boys' name

    UKIP & Liam will not be happy and a startling lack of originality from the Muslim lads name wise. Muhammad becomes UK's most popular boys' name Monday, December 01, 2014 - 09:17 AM Muhammad has become the most popular name for newborn boys in the UK. While Arabic names are on the rise, TV...
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    One in seven on dole has never worked

    One in seven people on the dole has never worked a single day Daniel McConnell The number of people confined to the 'dole for life' is highlighted in figures released by Social Protection Minister Joan Burton's department, which appear to vindicate her previous comments that to some people in...
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    Mick Wallace & Claire Day Arrested :-)

    Tuesday 22 July 2014 TDs Mick Wallace and Clare Daly arrested The pair arrested at Shannon Airport this afternoon after trying to inspect US military aircraft. It is reported that a ladder was found where there arrested. Shannonwatch group reported that both deputies entered the airport to...
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    Waterford - The unsunny Southeast

    The unsunny southeast At times the M9 might be your own private road. Take the left turn off the thrumming M7 at the sign for Waterford and Kilkenny and the contrast is almost charming: a fine, relaxed motorway that grows ever calmer and more scenic as the road unfolds to the southeast. “Sure...
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    Hector goes "Bang"

    Our Gaelgoir semi-professional leprachaun gone from 2FM
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    Dissident Republican Fail

    Man catches fire after attempted attack in Belfast Tue, Dec 17, 2013, 08:44 The clothing of a suspected fire-bomber caught fire as he tried to detonate a device in a Belfast city centre shop last night. It is understood the man was trying to set off a fire bomb in the Golf Madness outlet in...
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    Irish near top of OECD table for smoking and drinking

    Irish near top of OECD table for smoking and drinking Report finds Irish have greater propensity towards obesity than people in many other countries The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s Health at a Glance 2013 Thu, Nov 21, 2013, 08:13 A major overview of health...
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    DJ talks about his work as if it has artistic merit

    DJ talks about his work as if it has artistic merit 07-11-13 A DANCE music DJ has spoken about his work like he’s some sort of artist. Like a musical instrument that’s not a musical instrument 28-year-old Stephen Malley earns good money playing CDs of house music to people on drugs...
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    Fintan O'Toole on Fictional Gerry Adams

    It’s time for Gerry Adams to bow out, and take his fictional counterpart with him Fintan O'Toole Tue, Nov 5, 2013, 12:02 First published: Tue, Nov 5, 2013, 12:02 One of the main political leaders in Ireland is Joe McGuigan. In March 1972, when Gerry Adams was arrested and interrogated at...
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    Postcodes by 2015.

    Every address to have postcode by 2015 State catching up with a system most countries have had since 1990s Tue, Oct 8, 2013, 15:49 First published: Tue, Oct 8, 2013, 15:40 Every address in the country will have a new seven character postcode by early 2015. The Government has signed off on...
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    Venezuela the Socialist Dream Crumbles

    As socialist dream crumbles, Venezuelans find Nicolas Maduro 'a bad copy' of Chavez Amid food shortages, rampant inflation and widespread electricity blackouts, many Venezuelans are wondering if Chavez chose the right heir to his revolution Last week Mr Maduro accused the US DEA of...
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    Billy Connolly Parkinsons Disease

    Mon, Sep 16, 2013, 10:46 First published: Mon, Sep 16, 2013, 10:39 Comic and actor Billy Connolly has undergone surgery for prostate cancer and is being treated for the “initial symptoms” of Parkinson’s disease. The 70-year-old star, who rose to fame on the Scottish folk music scene, will...
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    Professor Green

    Is he an actual professor or has he any other skills Music is not one of them