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06/25/2017 at 09:09. Facebook
Michael O’Leary has a real point to make about UK-EU flight rights – but it’s a self-serving one.
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Why Ryanair is right to worry about post-Brexit flyers being 'back on boats'

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06/25/2017 at 09:00. Facebook
An incredibly rare autograph book featuring the signatures of illustrious Irish revolutionaries is now on display in Clare.

Eamon de Valera's signature was in there too, but it was ripped out over 70 years ago...
An incredibly rare autograph book featuring the signatures of illustrious Irish

The signatures of Collins, Griffith and Markievicz are all in this book (but Eamon de Valera's is not)

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John Hunt
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06/25/2017 at 08:40. Facebook
Irish Youtube star Riyadh Khalaf looks into issues of body shaming, racism and homelessness in his new BBC Three documentary Queer Britain.
Irish Youtube star Riyadh Khalaf looks into issues of body shaming racism

'We're racist to each other. We body shame each other': Irish Youtuber on the LGBT community

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06/25/2017 at 08:15. Facebook
An overturned oil tanker burst into flames in Pakistan today, killing more than 120 people.

Villagers had rushed to the scene when the tanker flipped over to gather the leaking fuel.
An overturned oil tanker burst into flames in Pakistan today killing more than 120 people

More than 120 people killed in Pakistan oil tanker explosion

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Anne-Maria Ryan
Darren Farrell
Uwais Motala
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06/25/2017 at 07:45. Facebook
Voices: "For socialists who might come close to power in Ireland in the future, it would be foolish to underestimate how great the backlash of the powerful against us will be. It’s no use getting close to power, only to then collapse. Now is the point when we must ask, how do we build the structures, write the policies, and take the actions now that will lay the ground for an organisation...
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Can socialist politics mount a serious challenge to Leo’s so-called “centrism”?

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Sean Sheedy
Tom Neville
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06/25/2017 at 07:45. Facebook
THE LONG OVERDUE Florentine Shopping Centre in Bray has taken another step in its painful journey to finally being built – although the tills won’t be ringing for a while yet.

The main-street site has been left vacant for more than two decades after a series of failed attempts to develop the plot of land into a major retail destination.
THE LONG OVERDUE Florentine Shopping Centre in Bray has taken another step

The story behind Bray's two-decade wait for a controversial shopping centre

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Mick Mulligan
John Scott
Fiona Cunningham
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06/25/2017 at 07:37. Facebook
At least two men, who have been running the cartel's drug and gun enterprises, have been named on the legal documents and are wanted here for questioning in relation to seven murders and significant drug seizures.
At least two men who have been running the cartels drug and

European Arrest Warrants issued for a number of on-the-run Kinahan cartel members

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06/25/2017 at 07:33. Facebook
The United Nations has warned Yemen is facing the worst cholera outbreak in the world as numbers of suspected cases exceed 200,000.

One quarter of the people who have died in the outbreak so far have been children.
The United Nations has warned Yemen is facing the worst cholera outbreak

Yemen is facing the worst cholera outbreak in the world

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Philip Horgan
Joe Mcgill
Christine Ni Dhalaigh
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06/25/2017 at 06:27. Facebook
A man died after falling ill at the Body and Soul music festival in Co Westmeath yesterday.

Gardaí are investigating the incident, but they are treating it as a non-suspicious sudden death.
A man died after falling ill at the Body and Soul music festival in Co Westmeath yesterday

Man dies at Body and Soul music festival in Westmeath

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06/25/2017 at 06:04. Facebook
Around 100 English Language Teachers gathered outside the Department of Education this week to prompt the Minister to speak with them about their rights as workers.
Around 100 English Language Teachers gathered outside the Department of Education this

English Language Teachers start shouting louder about their working rights

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Charlie Woods
Margaret Gorman
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06/25/2017 at 05:10. Facebook
In the early hours of 28 June 1969, a small gay bar in the West Village of New York became the focal point of an uprising that changed the course of LGBT history across the world forever.
In the early hours of 28 June 1969 a small gay bar

Why is Pride in June? The Stonewall riot started the whole tradition... here's how

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Ciara Heffernan
Terry Lawlor
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06/24/2017 at 19:30. Facebook
Dreaming about a holiday? Here are National Geographic's favourite 'eco escapes': [ Jrnl.ie Link ]

Pics: Lapa Rios; Tsara Komba
Dreaming about a holiday Here are National Geographic's favourite 'eco escapes':
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06/24/2017 at 18:58. Facebook
17-year-old Mary Rebic was last seen in the Blackrock area of Cork at approximately 4pm on Wednesday, 21 June.
17yearold Mary Rebic was last seen in the Blackrock area of Cork

This 17-year-old has been missing from Cork since Wednesday

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Angela Redic
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06/24/2017 at 18:30. Facebook
Voices: "On my first baby, I struggled for weeks. On paper, it should have looked perfect. He latched on perfectly, but he just wouldn’t feed. Then he spent two days in the care unit being fed formula (not related to breastfeeding I should point out).
In a haze of confusion, exhaustion, stress and based on varying pieces of advice from people who knew what they were talking about, I...
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'Enough of the guilt: breastfeeding isn't always an option or the right thing to do'

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Ellen Mc Cabe
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06/24/2017 at 18:00. Facebook
The late, great broadcaster, Limerick native, is now memorialised with this bronze statue by the river Shannon in the city.
The late great broadcaster Limerick native is now memorialised with this bronze

A statue of the late Terry Wogan was unveiled in Limerick today

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Sadie O' Neill
Gerard Donnelly
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06/24/2017 at 17:47. Facebook
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06/24/2017 at 17:15. Facebook
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar addressed crowds at Dublin Pride today.

He said that having a gay man as Taoiseach was not something he would ask anyone to celebrate:

"But rather we should celebrate the fact that we live in a free country - in a democracy where we have a Taoiseach who happens to be gay."
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar addressed crowds at Dublin Pride today

'I don't think my election as Taoiseach actually made history. It just reflected it'

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Brendan Kinsella
Mary Crilly
Karl Waters
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06/24/2017 at 17:00. Facebook
When online bookselling began to dominate the market in the early 2000s, many were predicting that the bookshop would simply die away.

Now, however, Irish independent book shops are not only managing to survive.

In fact, they are flourishing.
When online bookselling began to dominate the market in the early 2000s

'Everyone predicted the end': How Ireland's Indie Bookshops are surviving in the Amazon age

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Mairead Brennan
Deborah Taylor
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06/24/2017 at 16:30. Facebook
The House of Commons confirmed that a number of “unauthorised attempts” to access MPs emails were made.
The House of Commons confirmed that a number of unauthorised attempts to

The UK Parliament has been hit by a cyber attack

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Richard Moran
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06/24/2017 at 16:00. Facebook
"I attended my treatment with my head down and I was always terribly afraid that someone would know me. I didn’t discuss it with my family or friends. I told nobody."

One in six couples in Ireland will experience fertility issues. So why do we find it so difficult to talk about?
I attended my treatment with my head down and I was always

Is Ireland ready for an open conversation about infertility?

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