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 2023-02-07 02:30 

Irish Independent

Paul Costelloe showcases his love of Dublin in London Fashion Week collection...

Paul Costelloe may not approve of all the changes to his native city such as the pedestrianisation of Grafton Street and the traffic "chaos" outside Trinity College but it hasn't stopped him paying a heartfelt homage to Dublin in his forthcomi...

 2023-02-07 02:30 

Irish Independent

The Indo Daily: Family of murder victim, Siobhn Kearney: "He finished her off and staged it to look like suicide - now he's up for parole"...
 2023-02-07 02:30 

Irish Independent

Author Salman Rushdie can only write 'blankness and junk' as mental scars of knife attack remain raw...

Salman Rushdie has revealed he is suffering from writer's block and PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder), in his first interview since his attack on stage in New York last year....

 2023-02-07 02:30 

Irish Independent

Bone tests may hold key to mystery of woman's skeleton found near Cork railway line...

Garda are hoping special bone mineral tests may help solve the two-year-old mystery over the identity of a woman's skeleton found by an old Cork railway line....

 2023-02-07 02:30 

Irish Independent

The onus is on us all to help older farmers with digital literacy and online access...

A lot of people, myself included, spend significant amounts of time in front of a computer or on a phone, be it for work purposes, checking social media or just browsing online....

 2023-02-07 02:30 

Irish Independent

Partner of missing Nicola Bulley says children 'desperately miss her' as river search finds nothing...

The partner of missing Nicola Bulley said her two daughters "desperately"; miss her and "need her back"....

 2023-02-07 02:30 

Irish Independent

Too many games, too little time the congested fixture list the split season can't solve...

Life as Meath manager could hardly have gone much better for Colm O'Rourke to date....

 2023-02-07 02:30 

Irish Independent

Renault and Nissan strike renewed deal...

Car makers Renault and Nissan formalised their reboot of a relationship that had grown rocky, culminating in the spectacular fall of top executive Carlos Ghosn, who had led successful turnarounds at both companies before his arrest for financial wrongdoin...

 2023-02-07 02:28 

Irish Independent

Death toll from earthquake that hit Turkey and Syria rises to more than 4,000...

The death toll surged past 4,000 as rescuers in Turkey and Syria worked overnight to find more survivors of the 7.8 magnitude earthquake that hit the region early on Monday....

 2023-02-07 02:15 

Irish Independent

Jennifer Lopez had 'the best time' with Ben Affleck at the Grammys...

Jennifer Lopez said she always has "the best time" with husband Ben Affleck, after their pair stepped out together at the 65th annual Grammy Awards....

 2023-02-07 02:11 

RTE

Govt to get legal advice from Attorney General...

The Attorney General is expected to give a report to Cabinet today with legal advice regarding private nursing home fees and disability allowances....

 2023-02-07 02:00 

Irish Independent

Tributes paid to fashion journalist Hilary Alexander following death at 77...

David Furnish and Lorraine Kelly are among those remembering fashion journalist Hilary Alexander who has died at the age of 77....

 2023-02-07 00:42 

Irish Independent

Rust director among witnesses listed for Alec Baldwin preliminary hearing...

Rust movie director Joel Souza is one of over 40 witnesses that may be called to testify at Alec Baldwin's preliminary hearing....

 2023-02-07 00:25 

RTE

At least 20 escape Syria prison holding IS inmates...

Prisoners mutinied in a northwestern Syria prison yesterday following a deadly earthquake, with at least 20 escaping the jail holding mostly Islamic State group members, a source at the facility told AFP....

 2023-02-07 00:12 

Irish Times

The HSE and information technology...

A culture of avoiding responsibility for difficult tasks...

 2023-02-07 00:11 

Irish Times

Migration and asylum policy...

Government policies have contributed to crisis...

 2023-02-07 00:09 

Irish Times

Forestry policy and scientific evidence...

European Commission is right to express concern...

 2023-02-07 00:07 

Irish Times

Illegal dumping is a national scandal...

Damage to the environment...

 2023-02-07 00:06 

Irish Times

The Coroner Service is in desperate need of reform...

Government needs to act...

 2023-02-07 00:05 

Irish Times

Unity debate and the Opsahl Commission...

A flawed model...

 2023-02-07 00:04 

Irish Times

Waiting for Godot and gender ideology...

Stage of the game...

 2023-02-07 00:03 

Irish Times

RTÉ – rinse and repeat...

Here go again...

 2023-02-07 00:03 

Irish Times

Michael Viney’s ‘Another Life’...

A treat for readers...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

Irish Independent

Claudia Winkleman says The Piano is 'a lovely one-off' that could not continue...

Claudia Winkleman has revealed that her latest presenting project is a "lovely one-off" that could not continue in any other form....

 2023-02-07 00:01 

Irish Times

Rebrand the M50...

Time for a rethink...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

Irish Times

Lack of online supervision for children must be addressed, charity says...

Fewer than one in five young people prevented by parents from having online access in bedrooms, CyberSafeKids finds...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

Irish Independent

Nick Grimshaw: Leaving BBC Radio 1 felt like dying...

Nick Grimshaw has said that leaving BBC Radio 1 felt "like dying" due to people's response to his departure....

 2023-02-07 00:01 

Irish Times

‘The only people I knew in Trinity were there to rob bikes’...

Thirty years ago TCD started one of Ireland's first university access schemes for disadvantaged students. Are these initiatives working or just window-dressing?...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

Irish Times

‘I have no idea where Aoife eats. Those isolated in school seem to dislike eating alone’...

The public needs to hear stories of isolation at school and how urgently they need our attention...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

Irish Independent

Martin Freeman and Amanda Holden don Red Nose Day tops for charity...

Actor Martin Freeman and Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda Holden have both been pictured wearing Red Nose Day 2023 tops for Comic Relief....

 2023-02-07 00:01 

Irish Times

Northern Ireland: ‘Limited and piecemeal’ decision-making process focus of report...

Think tank urges restoration of Assembly and Executive as services deteriorate and credibility of devolved bodies is undermined...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

RTE

Half of children say they spend too much time online...

50% of children feel they spend too much time online and almost a quarter have seen content on the internet they would not want their parents to know about....

 2023-02-07 00:01 

RTE

Increase in searches for part-time and casual work...

There has been an increase in job searches for part-time and weekend work, as well as jobs requiring no experience, according to job site Indeed....

 2023-02-07 00:01 

Irish Times

Fintan O’Toole: State has a habit of paying up to the strong and harassing the weak...

Department of Health did not challenge those who refused to pay nursing home fees. It hammered only those who were too poor to hire a lawyer...

 2023-02-07 00:00 

RTE

Planned changes to State-backed mortgage scheme...

The Cabinet will be briefed by Minister for Housing Darragh O'Brien this morning on plans to increase thresholds for a State-backed mortgage scheme for people who cannot get loans to buy homes from banks....

 2023-02-07 00:00 

Irish Times

My son is aiming for high CAO points. What if he doesn’t get the grades he’s hoping for?...

He is right to aim high - but Leaving Cert students should keep all their options open...

 2023-02-06 23:56 

RTE

US says China gave up secrets with balloon shoot-down...

President Joe Biden defended the decision to wait until a Chinese balloon crossed the United States before shooting it down, and the White House said valuable intelligence was being culled from the device....

 2023-02-06 23:30 

Irish Times

Marriage is good for you - or at least for your blood sugar levels, study finds...

Cohabiting people over 50 have lower chance of developing diabetes, regardless of relationship quality...

 2023-02-06 23:13 

Irish Independent

Dundalk jockey Jack Martin landed his sixth career winner in England recently 'I knew I had a really good chance'...

Like father, like son. Jack Martin got it into his head as a teenager that he wanted to follow in the footsteps of his 'oul fella', Paul, and become a jockey. Not even sceptical school teachers could put him off despite the tricky terrain involved...

 2023-02-06 23:11 

Irish Independent

Louth's Conall Shaw enjoying life as an inter-county hurler having qualified for the Wee men on parentage grounds...

Plenty of Louth managers have ventured down Dundalk's Point Road over the years in search of players and hurling boss Paul McCormack is the latest to have invested in a Quaysider well, sort of....

 2023-02-06 23:09 

Irish Independent

Louth U20s to begin their competitive campaign with trip to Westmeath...

Louth U20s get their competitive campaign underway in Kinnegad on Saturday when taking on Westmeath in the opening round of the Philly McGuinness Cup (1pm)....

 2023-02-06 23:08 

Irish Independent

Mickey Harte on Louth's performance against Derry and National League hopes 'I think we showed today that we're not no hopers'...

Mickey Harte has conceded that Louth face a stiff task to retain their Division 2 status following their second successive league defeat on Sunday....

 2023-02-06 23:06 

Irish Independent

DkIT manager Eamonn McEneaney sets his side a target ahead of latest Trench Cup tussle 'The carrot is topping the group'...

Eamonn McEneaney has set his DkIT players a top-of-the-table target ahead of tonight's final round group clash with TUS Midlands in Dundalk (7pm)....

 2023-02-06 23:05 

Irish Independent

Dundalk RFC up for the Towns' Cup as they welcome Carlow to Mill Road...

Dundalk RFC have an interesting conundrum over the next two weeks as they host Carlow in the Towns' Cup before a league fixture with the same opposition the following week....

 2023-02-06 23:00 

Irish Independent

Jack Kennedy on why the winners are always worth the injuries as he eyes Cheltenham Festival return...

There is no doubt in Jack Kennedy's mind about whether the juice is worth the squeeze despite the extraordinary list of injuries which he has clocked up during his relatively short time in the saddle....

 2023-02-06 22:54 

Irish Independent

Meath GAA Feis Cup, Corn na Boinne and Tailteann Cup round-up...

JODY DEVINE made a winning start as manager with St Colmcille's, in what is a tough group in the Feis Cup, in Dunshaughlin last Friday night....

 2023-02-06 22:46 

Irish Independent

Human skull found in Alaska belongs to man mauled by bear in 1976...

A human skull found in a remote Alaskan river valley in 1997 has been genetically linked to a New York man who was likely killed by a bear 20 years earlier, Alaska State Troopers say....

 2023-02-06 22:36 

Irish Independent

Love Island's Lana finds herself in love triangle after recoupling regrets...

Love Island's Lana Jenkins has found herself embroiled in a love triangle following her surprising recoupling decision....

 2023-02-06 22:30 

Irish Independent

Polar bear that killed mother and baby son in Alaska was in poor health...

A polar bear that killed a young mother and her baby in western Alaska was likely an older animal in poor physical condition....

 2023-02-06 22:21 

Irish Independent

Major IT breach sees classes cancelled at Munster Technological University...

All classes have been cancelled for the next two days at Munster Technological University's (MTU) Cork campuses due to a "significant IT breach and telephone outage"....

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