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  • Bizarre Bray missive invites more ridicule

    28 July 2017 01:31

    Tragi-comic summer continues with baffling statement The club has been mired in crisis mode since a half-time statement from ex-chairman Denis O'Connor in their defeat to Dundalk last month. Since then, they have been engaged in a battle to show they have a viable future. Behind the scenes, discussions between officials, the FAI, the players and their

  • Home Office’s lack of action on post-Brexit Border ‘is shocking’

    28 July 2017 00:00

    British department under fire after admitting it has not consulted experts on the issue Britain’s Home Office, the government department responsible for border control and immigration, has admitted it has not consulted any external experts on the effect of Brexit on the Irish Border. The Border, and the wider implications for the Republic of Britain’s

  • Gardaí set to quiz Michael Hayes over Birmingham pub bombings

    27 July 2017 23:58

    Gardaí are to interview a self-confessed IRA bomb maker who has said that he was part of the group responsible for the Birmingham pub bombings. Michael Christopher Hayes, 69, who lives in south Dublin, issued an apology earlier this month to the families of the 21 people killed in the 1974 bombing but refused to comment when asked if he was involved

  • ‘Tonight with Vincent Browne’ bows out after 10 years

    27 July 2017 23:22

    Broadcaster thanks those who ‘endured' him on the last-ever episode of his TV3 show The last-ever episode of Tonight with Vincent Browne was broadcast on TV3 on Thursday night, after 10 years of the programme. The late-night talk show has been responsible for some TV gold - from former tánaiste Joan Burton accusing Browne of “haranguing” her and Siptu

  • No changes yet to transgender policy, says US general

    27 July 2017 20:05 1

    Gen Joseph Dunford assures military all members will be treated with respect The US military’s top general said on Thursday there had been no change yet to Pentagon policy on transgender personnel, after president Donald Trump’s announcement of his plans to ban them appeared to catch senior officers by surprise. Marine Gen Joseph Dunford, chairman of the military’s

  • Your first look at the new Netflix film based on a true Irish story

    27 July 2017 19:41 1

    Alias Grace, based on Margaret Atwood's award-winning novel, will launch on Netflix on 3 November and it looks epic. The six-hour miniseries follows Grace Marks, a poor, young Irish immigrant and domestic servant in Upper Canada who, along with stable hand James McDermott, was convicted of the brutal murders of their employer, Thomas Kinnear, and his housekeeper

  • Drogheda residents get back into the flow as water returns

    27 July 2017 19:18 1

    As normal service resumed in Moneymore in the early morning, people rushed to take advantage When the attic tanks started to fill with water in the early hours of the morning, people rushed to shower and to put washing on. “You don’t miss it until it’s gone,” says Ethna Clinton, sitting outside her house in Moneymore, Drogheda. Ethna (54) is recovering

  • Rhasidat Adekele storms to European Youth Olympics silver

    27 July 2017 18:44 1

    Rhasidat Adekele secured Ireland's fourth medal of this year's European Youth Olympics Festival with a lung-busting run to capture silver in the U17 Women's 200m. Adekele, 14, pushed Zoë Sedney of the Netherlands to the pin of her collar, finishing just just 0.07 behind her in a PB of 23.81. France's Gémima Joseph placed third in 23.89. Miriam Daly was second

  • Police investigating Grenfell tower tragedy say 'reasonable grounds' to suspect corporate manslaughter

    27 July 2017 18:01

    In a letter to residents, the force said that senior figures from Kensington and Chelsea Council and the Kensington and Chelsea Tenant Management Organisation faced being interviewed by police. The letter said: "We have seized a huge amount of material and taken a large number of witness statements. "After an initial assessment of that information, the officer

  • How Amazon founder Jeff Bezos went from the son of a teen mom to the world's richest person

    27 July 2017 17:16

    As consumer behavior on the web has evolved, so, too has Amazon. Prime, the e-commerce's popular two-day shipping membership comes with access to premium television shows, for example. Being a content creator built on the back of an e-commerce giant gives Amazon freedom to be creative. For example, one of Amazon's most popular shows, "Transparent," is about