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► VIDEO: 'Say cheese!' - Italian police have busted a criminal gang who they say are responsible for the theft of €180,000 worth of luxury Parmesan and fine wines since 2015

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This week’s dish is the ultimate comfort food

Get into the Filipino flow with chicken adobo
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Joe Joyce: “The city is an integral part of the book, not just the backdrop to a spy story”

Joe Joyce on Echoland, 2017’s Dublin: One City One Book choice
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The retired manager of Wicklow County Council, Eddie Sheehy, has been accused in the High Court of being “up to his neck” in corruption

Former authorised officer claims county manager ‘up to his neck’ in corruption
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today at 03:00. Facebook
Enda Kenny has promised there will be an “orderly transition” to the next Fine Gael leader, with the contest to succeed him now expected to begin after the May bank holiday weekend

Kenny promises ‘orderly transition’ to next FG leader
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GALLERY: The attack in Westminster dominates today's selection

Images of the Day
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Former US president Bill Clinton is expected to be among the thousands of people attending the funeral in Derry on Thursday of former Sinn Féin deputy first minister Martin McGuinness

Bill Clinton expected to attend funeral of Martin McGuinness
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An Irish lawyer who narrowly missed being on the part of Westminster Bridge where Wednesday’s attack took place has described seeing people strewn around the footpath in the immediate aftermath

Irish witness tells of his lucky escape in London terror attack
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Number 44 Harelawn Drive - or the Marilyn Mansion as some wags have dubbed it – conceals behind its ordinary façade a wall-to-wall shrine to the original screen icon, Marilyn Monroe.

Buyers line up for Marilyn Mansion in Clondalkin
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"I wept with sadness as I heard that Martin McGuinness had died. He and other men and women stood up to defend us, and by their sheer determination the British started talking, and we know and see the consequences today of what he and many others did," Irish Times letter writers reflect on his passing

Remembering Martin McGuinness
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When René Redzepi’s Noma team open an outdoor restaurant set between the jungle and the Caribbean sea in Tulum, Mexico next month, young Irish chef Cúán Greene will be part of the team

The Irish chef heading to work in the jungle with Noma
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Trade unions representing the 2,600 staff at the company are to meet on Thursday to decide formally on their response to the move. However, informed sources said a strike was now virtually inevitable.

All-out strike at Bus Éireann now seems almost certain
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► VIDEO: 'It's time we demanded respect!' - David Norris lashes out at the 'utterly demeaning' payments given to senators

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► VIDEO: David Norris lashes out at 'demeaning' payments to senators
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It was the latest incident in recent months in Chicago in which the social media site has played a role in the broadcast of apparent crimes.

Teenager reportedly sexually assaulted on Facebook Live
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“I heard what I thought was just a collision. And then I looked through the window of the taxi and saw someone down, obviously in great distress. Then I saw a second person down . . . then I saw three more people down, one of them bleeding profusely”

Westminster attack: ‘Get out! Get under cover now!’
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"We made a desperate effort to be part of the farewell. But the more we tried to close the gap, the wider the chasm seemed. "

We watched Oliver’s funeral on Facetime from Australia
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“The British Army knew right well we wouldn’t fight them with all those thousands of people there, so they came-in and murdered the innocent. I used to worry about being killed before that day, but now I don’t think about death at all.”

From the archives: Martin McGuinness - Profile of a Provo
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"You cannot spend all the money on drinks and women, and then ask for help."

Crisis-hit states wasted money on ‘drinks and women’, says Eurogroup head
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While minding her own business and repeating her Leaving Cert in 1987, Suzanne Doyle was plucked from anonymity and taken on tour with U2 thanks to luck, chance and a Geography teacher.

Life on the road with U2: ‘There were supermodels everywhere’
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