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  1. Second Minister warns of possibility of replacing ODCE

    Irishtimes.com - Politics 05.28 / 15:16 www.irishtimes.com
    Most senior Garda position in watchdog vacant for eight months, documents…
  2. Coveney and Varadkar trade sharp jibes at third husting

    Irishtimes.com - Politics 05.28 / 06:41 www.irishtimes.com
    Varadkar tells Coveney if he wins ‘I’ll give you Marine’. Coveney quips ‘I’ll give you Health’…
  3. Probe and Prison – Fraser ‘smells’ UK appointments

    Bvinews.com - Politics 05.28 / 00:10 bvinews.com
    While crying shame on all persons involved in the appointment of Phil Sharman as the territory’s next Auditor General, member of the parliamentary opposition Julian Fraser said there is something that doesn’t ‘smell’ right about the list of United Kingdom…
  4. Fahie may be used, Fraser suggests

    Bvinews.com - Politics 05.28 / 00:10 bvinews.com
    A suggestion is being made that Leader of the Opposition and Chairman of the Public Accounts Committee Andrew Fahie may be used as a pawn in a United Kingdom-linked affair that “doesn’t smell right”. Opposition member Julian Fraser made the [&#…
  5. Tories pledge to cap rising energy prices

    Descrier.co.uk - Politics 05.27 / 22:02 descrier.co.uk
    The Conservatives have pledged to put an end to the "rip off" of rising energy bills by imposing a cap on certain tariffs. Descrier - news and culture…
  6. Fine Gael’s Mairead McGuinness supporting Coveney

    Irishtimes.com - Politics 05.27 / 19:54 www.irishtimes.com
    Minister for Housing secures MEP’s backing on third night of hustings in leadership r…
  7. Taoiseach's whistlestop farewell takes in McKee Barracks

    Irishtimes.com - Politics 05.27 / 19:37 www.irishtimes.com
    Taoiseach and Liam Cosgrave attend naming ceremony of refurbished WT Cosgrave…
  8. Kenny’s final Saturday as Taoiseach spent at McKee Barracks

    Irishtimes.com - Politics 05.27 / 18:59 www.irishtimes.com
    Taoiseach and Liam Cosgrave attend naming ceremony of refurbished WT Cosgrave…
  1. 'CATASTROPHIC’ US defence secretary warns against ‘dangerous’ war with North Korea

    Express-World 05.28 / 18:12 express.co.uk
    WAR with North Korea would be a “catastrophic” disaster, according to the US Defence Sec…
  2. Angela Merkel says Europe's historic bonds with the US and UK are at breaking point

    Ibtimes.co.uk -World 05.28 / 17:55 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    "We Europeans truly have to take our fate into our own…
  3. Caitlyn Jenner ready to quit Kardashians amid self-harm battle: 'I deserve the pain'

    Ibtimes.co.uk -World 05.28 / 16:43 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    TV personality admits she has always been "struggling" for her place in the…
  4. 'We do not need this!' Tusk forced to listen as leaders savage plans for EU integration

    Express-World 05.28 / 16:23 express.co.uk
    LEADERS from Eastern Europe launched a stinging attack on the plans of Emmanuel Macron and Angela Merkel - while their EU ally Donald Tusk stood by in…
  5. Britain can no long 'be depended on' - Merkel in thinly-veiled dig over Brexit

    Express-World 05.28 / 15:58 express.co.uk
    ANGELA Merkel has hit out at Britain as well as the US, saying that they are no longer reliable partners and said Europe had to “take its fate into its own h…
  6. Mississippi man kills 8 including deputy sheriff in mass shooting

    Ibtimes.co.uk -World 05.28 / 15:31 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    'I ain't fit to live, not after what I done,' the suspect was heard…
  7. 'I will not listen to others' Duterte continues with martial law over ISIS battle

    Express-World 05.28 / 15:07 express.co.uk
    THE Philippines president has defended his decision to impose martial law as the country battles against Islamist…
  8. Wacken hard rock festival building beer pipeline for thirsty German heavy metal lovers

    Ibtimes.co.uk -World 05.28 / 14:40 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    The pipeline means the beer flow rate at Wacken Open Air should reach six glasses every six…
  1. More raids in manchester - Police swoop on Rusholme and Gorton

    Express-UK 05.28 / 18:32 express.co.uk
    POLICE investigating the Manchester bombing have carried out more raids as officers executed two warrants in Rusholme and…
  2. Wedding plans? Prince Harry goes 'house hunting' with Meghan Markle after hosting Barack Obama

    Ibtimes.co.uk -UK 05.28 / 17:55 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    The pair are said to be looking at properties in…
  3. The ‘picking off’ phase

    Caymannewsservice.com - News 05.28 / 17:15 caymannewsservice.com
    Political Guy writes: As some may have predicted, the so-called alliance recently announced between the CDP and the Independents is falling apart. People may differ on whether this group would be a disaster or the right change for the country but many are likely on the same page on one thing: that this is more…
  4. Stuck A158 level crossing IS passable to traffic once more

    Hours of traffic misery after level crossing barriers become stuck in the down position are finally over.Long queues started developing just after midday due to a fault with the barriers on the A158 at Langworth.A spokesman for Network Rail said at 4.30pm on Sunday, May 28: "The crossing is not fixed but the barriers are being manually operated by engineers so traffic is now flowing again."He earlier said: "The level crossing barriers at Langworth failed to raise fully…
  5. BREAKING: Gunman at large after shooting man in Sainsbury's car park

    Express-UK 05.28 / 16:34 express.co.uk
    A GUNMAN is believed to be at large after shooting a man in a Sainsbury's car park in Northern Ireland this…
  6. 'We are dying because of Labour' Voters in left-wing stronghold 'fed up' with Corbyn

    Express-UK 05.28 / 16:34 express.co.uk
    VOTERS in the marginal seat of Darlington have voiced their frustration with the Labour Party, as the left-wing group prepares to lose some of its key Northern heartlands under Jeremy…
  7. 'They forgot!' Anger as Chelsea start FA Cup final without black armbands for Manchester

    Express-UK 05.28 / 16:09 express.co.uk
    CHELSEA players have come under fire after apparently forgetting to wear black armbands in memory of the Manchester bombing victims for the first half of yesterday's FA Cup…
  8. Sebastian Vettel leads Lewis Hamilton by 25 points in F1 title race after Ferrari end Monaco hoodoo

    Ibtimes.co.uk -UK 05.28 / 16:09 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    Four-time world champion beats Kimi Raikkonen in the principality thanks to successful…
  1. Murphy and McGee pick up injuries in club action

    Highlandradio.com - Donegal 05.28 / 18:28 highlandradio.com
    Michael Murphy and Neil McGee are injury concerns for Donegal Manager Rory Gallagher ahead of the Ulster Semi Final against Tyrone in three weeks time. Both players had to leave the pitch during the Glenswilly Gaobh Dobhair All County League clash on Sunday at Pairc Naomh Columba. Murphy took a knock to the knee as he went to challenge for the ball with Jamie Reynolds. Just 17 minutes into the game the Donegal Captain was helped off the field by two Glenswilly backroom members. A further…
  2. James Gullen wins An Post Ras

    Highlandradio.com - Donegal 05.28 / 18:01 highlandradio.com
    The rain stayed away on the final day of An Post Rás 2017 as JLT Condor’s James Gullen secured the general classification. Despite no stage wins, Gullen was very consistent throughout the week, securing the yellow jersey on stage five and defending it right up to the final stage. Przemyslaw Kasperkiewicz was the stage eight winner in Skerries, giving the An Post Chain Reaction team their third stage win of the week. The 22-year-old from Poland added the stage win to his King of the Mo…
  3. Burt and Killybegs draw in last of round 1 group games in Donegal SFC

    Highlandradio.com - Donegal 05.28 / 17:52 highlandradio.com
    Burt and Killybegs finished with 14 points apiece in the final group game of the first round in the Donegal Senior Football Championship. Killybegs led by 2 points at halftime with a scoreline of 0-07 v 0-05. It was a tight second half with the teams trading scores, and neither team were able to break away. Burt were able to bring it back to lead the game at the end of the 60 minutes, but a Hugh McFadden free kick deep into injury time brought Killybegs level at the end. Tom Comack got the…
  4. Donegal GAA Results – Sunday 28th May

    Highlandradio.com - Donegal 05.28 / 17:18 highlandradio.com
      Michael Murphy Sports & Leisure Senior Championship Group B Burt 0-14 V 0-14 Killybegs Michael Murphy Sports & Leisure Senior B Championship Group B Burt 2-07 V 2-10 Killybegs AllSportStore.com Division 1 Glenswilly 2-13 V 0-22 Gaoth Dobhair Bundoran 0-08 V 7-10 St Michael’s Kilcar1-18  V 0-12 Milford St Eunan’s V Naomh Conaill Fri, 26 May, Dungloe 2-12 v 1-13 St Michaels – Played Friday   AllSportStore.com Division 2 Aodh Ruadh Ballyshannon 3-14 V 3-08 Buncrana Cl…
  5. West Tyrone MLA to challenge new Fine Gael leader on A5 commitment

    Highlandradio.com - Donegal 05.28 / 17:18 highlandradio.com
    A West Tyrone MLA has vowed to challenge the new Fine Gael leader on their commitment to the A5. Leo Varadkar, while Transport Minister announced in 2011 that the Irish Government committed to jointly co-fund the construction of the A5 which is due to commence this coming autumn. West Tyrone MLA Barry McElduff says if he is elected as a member of UK Parliament he will ensure the financial commitment made by the Irish Government is honoured. However, this week Leo Varadkar did suggest if he…
  6. Warning for Three customers

    Highlandradio.com - Donegal 05.28 / 15:19 highlandradio.com
    A warning has been issued to Three customers to be vigilant and check if they have been subjected to ‘outrageous’ charges. Minister Joe McHugh issued the warning after he was approached by one consumer in Donegal who reported that direct debits continued after the contract was ended while another customer discovered plans by the company to withdraw €675 from their bank account. Minister McHugh has directed the warning to customers who recently ended their contracts, to check if …
  7. Recalling Cork's lost Jewish community

    Irishexaminer.com - Ireland 05.28 / 08:55 www.irishexaminer.com
    They once had over 400 families and even two local soccer teams but the decline of Cork’s native orthodox Jewish community does not mean it will be forgotten…
  8. Big rise in numbers buying health insurance

    Irishexaminer.com - Ireland 05.28 / 08:55 www.irishexaminer.com
    The number of people securing health insurance increased by 30,000 in the past year, it has…