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  1. Fine Gael offers compromise on Stardust investigation

    Irishtimes.com - Politics 01.25 / 01:10 www.irishtimes.com
    Party will set up a commission of inquiry if an independent person finds new…
  2. Freezing fog to bring UK flights to a HALT as travel misery hits Britain for second day

    Express-UK 01.24 / 07:18 express.co.uk
    FREEZING fog which caused travel chaos yesterday is set to return to the UK yet again and present Britain's airports with fresh misery, according to the Met…
  3. Schoolchildren set to learn about Brexit in new CITIZENSHIP lessons programme

    Express-UK 01.24 / 07:17 express.co.uk
    BRITAIN’S schools are set to launch new citizenship lessons to teach pupils about Brexit and the Article 50 p…
  4. Chief Brexit negotiator makes desperate plea to bring EU closer together as Britain leaves

    Express-UK 01.24 / 06:35 express.co.uk
    BRUSSELS’ top Brexit negotiator has called Europe to develop stronger ties between member states to avoid more countries following Britain out of the crumbling b…
  5. Now even REMAINERS support taking back control of British borders, poll reveals

    Express-UK 01.24 / 02:10 express.co.uk
    THE majority of Remain supporters want to see Britain regain control of EU immigration, a new poll has…
  6. Polish mother films ‘vicious racist’ attack in supermarket after ‘being told to go home'

    Express-UK 01.24 / 01:49 express.co.uk
    A POLISH woman filmed the tail end of what she describes as a “racist attack” which took place while she was shopping with her two young children in Ald…
  7. Desperate Corbyn to frustrate Brexit AGAIN with plans to send May’s deal BACK to Brussels

    Express-UK 01.24 / 00:48 express.co.uk
    JEREMY Corbyn will try and force Theresa May to return her final Brexit deal to Brussels bureaucrats if Parliament votes against it in yet another attempt to disrupt Britain’s plans to leave the E…
  8. MSPs demand an END to bumper election windfalls for council fat cats

    Express-UK 01.24 / 00:27 express.co.uk
    EXTRA payouts for council bosses to act as returning officers during elections should be scrapped, MSPs have…
  1. Fine Gael offers compromise on Stardust investigation

    Irishtimes.com - Politics 01.25 / 01:10 www.irishtimes.com
    Party will set up a commission of inquiry if an independent person finds new…
  2. Rural development plan is a ‘step in the right direction’

    Irishtimes.com - Politics 01.23 / 20:48 www.irishtimes.com
    IFA says plan needs proper funding, while ICMSA says it must go beyond…
  3. Rural action plan will create 135,000 jobs by 2020, says Taoiseach

    Irishtimes.com - Politics 01.23 / 20:07 www.irishtimes.com
    ‘There is something in this for everybody,’ promises Enda Kenny of new str…
  4. Rural development plan a political rather than planning tool

    Irishtimes.com - Politics 01.23 / 19:47 www.irishtimes.com
    Document grandiosely gathers existing Government pledges under one thatched…
  5. Local councillors to get increases in pay and allowances

    Irishtimes.com - Politics 01.23 / 19:06 www.irishtimes.com
    Fixed allowance will be increased to a maximum of €5,000, says association c…
  6. Trade with the English-speaking world

    Fullfact.org - Politics 01.23 / 15:31 fullfact.org
    “Just dwell on this one statistic: if you double the trade with America, with Canada, with New Zealand, with Australia and India, double trade with all of those huge countries, with all of the Anglosphere, you still would not trade as much as we do with our nearest neighbours in the European Union.” Nick Clegg, 22 January 2017 This is correct. The total value of trade with the 27 other countries of the EU is more than double that with the “Anglosphere” countries of Australia, Canada, Indi…
  7. Croydon Council could be forced to raise council tax to fill...

    The leader of Croydon Council has hit out at the Government for "robbing Peter to pay Paul" in its approach to funding social care, in an angry letter protesting against an extra £1.9 million cut for the borough.Meanwhile, the council has warned it may be left with no option to fill the funding gap but to pass on the cut by increasing council tax.In December, the Advertiser told how Croydon was one of the biggest losers in the country in the Government's Local Government…
  8. Michelle O’Neill takes over as new Sinn Féin leader in North

    Irishtimes.com - Politics 01.23 / 14:19 www.irishtimes.com
    Health minister from Co Tyrone has been involved in republican politics for many…
  1. The 'Big Five' personality traits have been linked to the wrinkles in your brain

    Ibtimes.co.uk -World 01.25 / 00:05 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    Understanding how neurotic people's brains work could lead to better treatments for anxiety in the…
  2. Pipeline in Canada leaks 200,000 litres of oil

    Ibtimes.co.uk -World 01.25 / 00:05 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    Authorities criticised after taking three days to confirm Saskatchewan province…
  3. Minnesota governor reveals he is suffering from prostate cancer after collapsing at podium

    Ibtimes.co.uk -World 01.24 / 23:44 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    Mark Dayton fainted while delivering state of the state address but expects to make full…
  4. Trump claims millions of 'illegals' voted in election at a meeting with congressional leaders

    Ibtimes.co.uk -World 01.24 / 05:58 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    Congressional leaders and Trump discussed a wide array of issues including infrastructure and…
  5. US vows to protect its 'interests' and foil Beijing's plan to take over South China Sea islands

    Ibtimes.co.uk -World 01.24 / 05:57 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    The White House, however, refused to elaborate how it was planning to stop China from accessing the disputed…
  6. Panama's former strongman allowed house arrest for brain surgery

    Ibtimes.co.uk -World 01.24 / 05:37 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    Manuel Noriega served for six years as military dictator of Panama until a US invasion ousted him in…
  7. Syrian peace talks off to rocky start as government accuse opposition of 'torpedoing' negotiations

    Ibtimes.co.uk -World 01.24 / 00:10 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    Syria's top negotiator Bashar Jaafari said opposition groups went outside agreed…
  8. 'Behave normally or go away', Dutch PM tells those who refuse to adapt

    Ibtimes.co.uk -World 01.23 / 20:44 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    'If you so fundamentally reject this country, then I'd prefer it if you leave,' said…
  1. Mother calls on government to act as boy is convicted of murdering her 17-year-old son

    Ibtimes.co.uk -UK 01.25 / 01:06 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    Folajimi Orebiyi had visited universities a week earlier and planned to study…
  2. Freezing fog to bring UK flights to a HALT as travel misery hits Britain for second day

    Express-UK 01.24 / 07:18 express.co.uk
    FREEZING fog which caused travel chaos yesterday is set to return to the UK yet again and present Britain's airports with fresh misery, according to the Met…
  3. Schoolchildren set to learn about Brexit in new CITIZENSHIP lessons programme

    Express-UK 01.24 / 07:17 express.co.uk
    BRITAIN’S schools are set to launch new citizenship lessons to teach pupils about Brexit and the Article 50 p…
  4. Chief Brexit negotiator makes desperate plea to bring EU closer together as Britain leaves

    Express-UK 01.24 / 06:35 express.co.uk
    BRUSSELS’ top Brexit negotiator has called Europe to develop stronger ties between member states to avoid more countries following Britain out of the crumbling b…
  5. London-based financial firms in talks with Amsterdam over possible relocation to Dutch capital

    Ibtimes.co.uk -UK 01.24 / 04:15 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    Companies may not opt to move to Amsterdam as the Netherlands has a cap on bonuses paid to…
  6. Now even REMAINERS support taking back control of British borders, poll reveals

    Express-UK 01.24 / 02:10 express.co.uk
    THE majority of Remain supporters want to see Britain regain control of EU immigration, a new poll has…
  7. Polish mother films ‘vicious racist’ attack in supermarket after ‘being told to go home'

    Express-UK 01.24 / 01:49 express.co.uk
    A POLISH woman filmed the tail end of what she describes as a “racist attack” which took place while she was shopping with her two young children in Ald…
  8. Desperate Corbyn to frustrate Brexit AGAIN with plans to send May’s deal BACK to Brussels

    Express-UK 01.24 / 00:48 express.co.uk
    JEREMY Corbyn will try and force Theresa May to return her final Brexit deal to Brussels bureaucrats if Parliament votes against it in yet another attempt to disrupt Britain’s plans to leave the E…
  1. River Valley Scout Receives National Award

    Northcountyleader.ie - North County, Dublin 01.23 / 20:58 northcountyleader.ie
    A River Valley Venture Scout, Sean Cuttle was presented with a National “Better Together” award in Dublin recently. ‘Better Together’ is an annual campaign that aims to build support for community and voluntary organisations, clubs and associations across Ireland by encouraging the public to support good causes and make a…
  2. Oval Office overhaul as bust of 'real ally' Churchill returned

    Herald.ie - Ireland 01.23 / 02:45 herald.ie
    Donald Trump has hailed Winston Churchill as a "real ally" after returning a bust of the wartime leader to the White House's Oval…
  3. Donegal win out over Meath in challenge friendly

    Highlandradio.com - Donegal 01.22 / 14:30 highlandradio.com
    Michael Murphy hit 1-4 yesterday as Donegal recorded a 2-16 – 2-5 victory over Meath in a challenge friendly match. It was a mix of young and experienced players that took the field as Rory Gallagher’s men continue to prepare for the season ahead. With the first Allianz league game against Kerry fast approaching, the transitional period has continued with several of Donegal’s young guns fighting for a place in the first team including Eoghan Ban Gallagher, Jason McGee and…
  4. Chris McNulty on Ulster Senior League ‘Eleven 30’ launch

    Highlandradio.com - Donegal 01.21 / 18:03 highlandradio.com
    This year, the Ulster Senior League will launch their ‘Eleven 30’ team which is a combined eleven of the best Ulster Senior League players of the past thirty years. The squad is being selected by a panel made up of people who have a wide knowledge of the league including, Letterkenny Rovers Manager, Eamon McConigley and former Swilly Rovers player, Danny McConnell. The mammoth task was taken on with the aim of showcasing the positive aspects of the league. The panel hopes to…
  5. Donegal League Results: Saturday 21st

    Highlandradio.com - Donegal 01.21 / 16:41 highlandradio.com
    Glencar Inn Saturday Division Glencar Celtic 4 vs 0 Arranmore United Michael Mulhern Flag Pole Field Orchard FC 2 vs 1 Drumbar FC Brian O Kane Letterkenny Community Center Pitch Strand Rovers FC 4 vs 1 Dunlewey Celtic Seamus McGrory Strand Park Saturday Reserve Division Cappry Rovers 3 vs 1 Donegal Town FC Reserves Andrew Mullen Cappry Park Glenea United Reserves 8 vs 1 St Catherines FC Marty Quinn Glasserchoo Keadue Rovers FC 0 vs 2 Glenree United FC Seimi Ferry Central Park Keadue…
  6. Coming up on today’s Saturday Sport…

    Highlandradio.com - Donegal 01.21 / 13:58 highlandradio.com
    We look ahead to the semi-final stages of the Dr McKenna Cup where Tyrone face Fermanagh and Derry host Monaghan, Tom Comack discusses Tyrone’s campaign so far with former Tyrone defender, John Lynch and former Derry star Conleith Gilligan looks ahead to the the Oak Leaf county’s clash with Monaghan. Plus, we speak to Gaoth Dobhair under-21 manager Sean ‘Nancy’ Gallagher, ahead of their Ulster under-21 Club Championship quarter final meeting with Antrim champions,…