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 2018-01-22 02:30 

Irish Independent

The loves of my life... fashion designer Joanne Hynes...

The fashion designer chats about her favourite people, places and things....

 2018-01-22 02:30 

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Daly's rallying call for Rebels...

Manager John Fintan Daly reckons Knocknagree's run to Croke Park can inspire Cork football again....

 2018-01-22 02:30 

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Cullen faces balancing act in Europe's business class...

When Stuart Lancaster and Leo Cullen review Leinster's record-breaking pool journey - the 27 points haul took them past their previous best of 26, in season 2004/05 - the list of things...

 2018-01-22 02:30 

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Bringing up baby among his perfect Gallic peers...

It wouldn't have happened if I'd raised him as a proper little French boy. We were in Picard, which is the French version of Iceland (the frozen-food store, not the country). The sound...

 2018-01-22 02:30 

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Buyers wooed by 'made-slow' ethos at fashion show...

When everything you touch is fast and immediate, there's more power in something made slow....

 2018-01-22 02:30 

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Second Brexit debate might sound different if held above the hum of European recovery...

Following what could be termed by many as a lost decade in a debt-laden eurozone, the medicine administered by the European Central Bank (ECB) has dragged the eurozone back from the bri...

 2018-01-22 02:30 

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Trump tax reforms and housing cloud 'robust' growth...

US President Donald Trump's recent tax reforms pose a threat to Ireland's foreign direct investment (FDI) offering, with risks to the country's corporate tax take according to Goodbody'...

 2018-01-22 02:30 

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Loah dares to follow her dream...

When Loah walks onto the stage of the National Concert Hall on Saturday, February 3, she will take pride in her place. The concert is a celebration of the huge variety in contemporary I...

 2018-01-22 02:30 

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Mane back to best after derby gaffe...

Sadio Mane's first year at Liverpool was ended by a knee injury in the Merseyside derby; this season he has just recovered from the mental wound he suffered in the same fixture....

 2018-01-22 02:30 

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Republicans, Democrats dig in for long struggle over US shutdown...

Republicans and Democrats hardened their stances last night as both sides prepared for what could be a prolonged fight, shutting down the US government for a second day....

 2018-01-22 02:30 

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'Please just be safe' - family's plea over Irish man missing in Vienna...

The family of a young Irish man who has gone missing in Austria have issued a fresh appeal over his whereabouts, and said they will do...

 2018-01-22 02:30 

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EU: how could you not love it?...

George Lee is in Connemara, standing in what seems like the most exquisite picture ever taken of this fabled landscape. You think that it can't be real, that he must have stepped into t...

 2018-01-22 02:30 

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Adriatic: In the pink on the Rimini riviera...

It is an accident that I was born in Ireland. I was designed for the sea and sun. And Fellini films. And a Ducati. Maybe even a Ferrari. I was definitely intended to be Italian and a fe...

 2018-01-22 02:30 

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Taliban guerrillas target foreigners as 18 die in hotel siege...

At least 18 people were killed during a 13-hour siege after Taliban gunmen in army uniforms stormed a luxury Kabul hotel and targeted foreigners for execution....

 2018-01-22 02:30 

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Take-off in aircraft leasing is worth 541m to economy...

Ireland's aircraft leasing industry contributes around 541m to the Irish economy, and supports about 5,000 direct and indirect jobs, a report claims....

 2018-01-22 02:30 

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Ross fires Ulster 'A' ahead...

Ulster 'A' have finished top of Section 1 in the British and Irish Cup after a comfortable victory over Scarlets on Saturday....

 2018-01-22 02:30 

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Week 4: Netflix report will test tech appetite...

Netflix's quarterly report today may offer an advanced preview of whether Facebook, Amazon and other heavyweights behind much of the US stock market's record-breaking rally can keep del...

 2018-01-22 02:30 

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Cody fury over red card as Model men edge thriller...

It is doubtful that this competition's final has ever been as engrossing as the one served up by Wexford and Kilkenny at Nowlan Park on Saturday....

 2018-01-22 02:30 

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Murray on the mend...

Andy Murray says his rehabilitation following surgery is proceeding...

 2018-01-22 02:30 

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What doesn't kill you makes you vulnerable...

Ask artist Padraig Parle what makes him tick, and the answer may not be what you expect....

 2018-01-22 02:30 

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'Lack of rape support units forces victims to travel hours'...

A rape survivor has written to Taoiseach Leo Varadkar to highlight the lack of treatment and support for victims after she had to travel from Dublin to Mullingar because the Sexual Assa...

 2018-01-22 02:30 

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Patriots produce stunning comeback...

Despite being 10 points down with nine minutes remaining and missing one of their best players, the New England Patriots produced another one of their famous comebacks to clinch a place...

 2018-01-22 02:30 

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Kayaker dead and another missing in Ecuador tragedy...

A young Irishman has died and another is missing following a kayaking accident in Ecuador....

 2018-01-22 02:30 

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The new rules for men...

The collective noun for males these days is a confusion of men. As the world digests the latest story of appalling behaviour by some powerful men, the rest of the male population wonder...

 2018-01-22 02:30 

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Ukip votes no confidence in beleaguered leader...

The ruling committee of troubled British right-wing party Ukip has unanimously backed a vote of no confidence in leader Henry Bolton....

 2018-01-22 02:30 

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Gossip is like terrorism, Pope tells giggling nuns...

Pope Francis brought down the house when he addressed cloistered nuns who were given special permission to leave their convents to see him....

 2018-01-22 02:30 

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Weekender... Louis Copeland's Rosslare...

Due to work, my weekend starts on a Saturday evening, and even then, my wife Mary finds it hard to get me away from work at all....

 2018-01-22 02:30 

Irish Independent

SPD's vote for German coalition talks eases Merkel's political crisis...

Germany moved a step closer to forming a government after months of political uncertainty yesterday, as the centre-left Social Democratic Party (SPD) voted to begin coalition talks with...

 2018-01-22 02:30 

Irish Independent

Dr Ciara Kelly: I say tomato and you say chicken nuggets...

I've been thinking about kids. I have four of them so, in fairness, I think about them a lot. But I've been thinking of kids in general and particularly in relation to food. Felicity Mo...

 2018-01-22 02:30 

Irish Independent

McCarthy the latest victim in Irish injury curse...

It was a case of role reversal for Seamus Coleman on Saturday when he watched on in horror as his Everton and Ireland team-mate James McCarthy crumpled in agony under a challenge....

 2018-01-22 02:30 

Irish Independent

Teen star O'Connor smashes Irish senior record...

Dundalk teenager Kate O'Connor underlined her vast potential by breaking the Irish women's pentathlon record on Saturday, the 17-year-old racking up a score of 4,108 points to take vict...

 2018-01-22 02:30 

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Leinster to host Saracens in heavyweight last-eight battle...

Leinster's reward for winning all six of their pool games and finishing as number one seeds is a mouth-watering quarter-final clash with defending champions Saracens....

 2018-01-22 02:30 

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Woman held hand of dying man and prayed for him...

A woman held the hand of the victim and prayed for him as emergency services rushed to the scene of Dublin's latest gangland shooting....

 2018-01-22 02:30 

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'He stabbed my little girl': shocked mum tells of grief...

A shocked mother told neighbours her...

 2018-01-22 02:30 

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McNamara bemoans collapse...

Coach Noel McNamara could not hide his disappointment at how Leinster 'A' let go a 13-point lead to come unstuck against Doncaster Knights at Donnybrook on Saturday afternoon....

 2018-01-22 02:30 

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Aidan O'Hara: Player bartering phenomenon to rise as money means nothing...

In the school playground, everybody knew certain players were scarce when it came to completing a sticker album, which meant that swaps were the only way to do business....

 2018-01-22 02:30 

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The queen maker...

As the women in Philippa Gregory's historically based books illustrate, the battle to attain and retain power is an endless pursuit. Dressing in a powerful manner, as well as being powe...

 2018-01-22 02:30 

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Leahy goal the key as Carlow get off to a flier...

Fourteen-man IT Carlow laid down a strong marker when taking the scalp of the defending champions in a thrilling, full-blooded opening-round tie which produced 45 scores at the Heywood...

 2018-01-22 02:30 

Irish Independent

Feerick strike kick-starts Multyfarnham push...

Lahardane's romance with the junior championship came to an end at Hyde Park, Roscommon, on Saturday, as Westmeath champions Multyfarnham dug deep to land two late points to secure thei...

 2018-01-22 02:30 

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Harris wants Oireachtas to have sole right to create new law...

Health Minister Simon Harris believes he can quash confusion by pushing for a repeal of the Eighth Amendment and replacing it with a clause to...

 2018-01-22 02:30 

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Cinema: The Post - a pertinent reminder of the power journalism once had in holding governments to account...

In June 1971, Katherine 'Kay' Graham (played here by Meryl Streep) was preparing to launch her family-owned newspaper, the Washington Post, on the stock exchange....

 2018-01-22 02:30 

Irish Independent

Devilishly good return for master of horror...

Not many novelists arrive with as much of a bang as Andrew Michael Hurley, whose intensely spooky first book The Loney started life in a 300-copy edition from the small press Tartarus a...

 2018-01-22 02:30 

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Clohisey aims to make most of London calling...

It was, says Mick Clohisey,...

 2018-01-22 02:30 

Irish Independent

Allardyce searches for answers as Rooney form continues to worry...

Blunt admissions from Sam Allardyce, both in terms of old fears creeping back and Wayne Rooney's place in his struggling team....

 2018-01-22 02:30 

Irish Independent

Steak and chips. But hold the steak...

Around the turn of the millennium, I met a woman who ran a small cafe. She had recently encountered her first vegan....

 2018-01-22 02:30 

Irish Independent

Turkey in attack on US-backed Kurd rebels inside Syria...

Turkish ground forces entered the Afrin province in Syria yesterday morning in a bid to oust US-backed Kurdish militias from the border between the two countries....

 2018-01-22 02:30 

Irish Independent

Ulster feel the sting of latest early farewell...

Pole position in Pool 1 coming into the weekend counted for little by the time all was said and done last night as Ulster made a winter exit from Europe for the fourth season in-a-row....

 2018-01-22 02:30 

Irish Independent

Pension deficits of big firms fall by 1.4bn thanks to bond yields...

Defined benefit pension deficits for companies listed on the Irish Stock Exchange fell by 1.4bn over last year, according to an analysis by Mercer....

 2018-01-22 02:30 

Irish Independent

Mullins eyes bigger prizes after Bonbon's sweet success...

Bonbon Au Miel led home a 1-2-3 for Willie Mullins in Saturday's beginners chase at Navan and looks destined for loftier targets....

 2018-01-22 02:30 

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Priest criticises Martin and says 'euthanasia of the elderly is next'...

Fianna Fil leader Michel Martin was criticised over his support for abortion by a prominent priest who works closely with Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin....

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