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13 August 2018 20:43 Hozier to play three charity gigs in Dublin next month

MUSICIAN HOZIER WILL make his return to the Irish stage next month as he plays three charity gigs in Dublin’s Academy. The live rehearsal shows will see proceeds going to charities Safe Ireland, One In Four and the Peter McVerry Trust. Another show at Koko in London will see proceeds given to the War Child charity. The shows come as the Wicklow singer

13 August 2018 12:23 1 in 3 victims of Troubles violence have attempted to take their own lives

A support group is calling for better support, funding and care for victims. ONE THIRD OF people who survived a violent incident during the Troubles have attempted to take their own lives, according to a new survey. A poll of 2,000 members of the London-based Docklands Victims Association found that 32% of respondents had attempted suicide, the Belfast

09 August 2018 21:14 Ant McPartlin won't present any TV shows until next year

The presenter won’t be involved in I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! this year. ANT MCPARTLIN HAS announced he will not return to presenting television shows until next year. McPartlin had taken time off work after being charged with drink-driving earlier this year. He had been involved in a collision with two other cars in London in March. The following 4

05 August 2018 20:39 Ireland's hockey heroes to be welcomed home with civic reception in Dublin

Lord Mayor and Dublin City Council organise public event for Bank Holiday Monday. THE MAGNITUDE OF the achievement may take some time to fully sink in, but the Ireland women’s hockey team will get a first taste of the public’s pride when they’re welcomed home with a civic reception tomorrow afternoon. Graham Shaw’s side made history in London 6

27 July 2018 17:13 Katie Taylor weighs in ripped and ready to defend world titles in London

Dublin’s Craig O’Brien was also looking sharp as he weighed in for his career-biggest test versus Liverpudlian Olympian Anthony Fowler. KATIE TAYLOR LOOKED in career-best shape as she weighed in for Saturday night’s defence of her WBA and IBF World lightweight titles in London. Taylor [9-0, 4KOs] faces American veteran Kimberly Connor [13-3-2] live on Sky Sports 3

25 July 2018 11:18 Irish nationals among 21 people injured in Belgium bus crash

The bus was travelling from Amsterdam to London. A TOTAL OF 21 passengers have been injured – including Irish nationals – on a coach travelling from Amsterdam to London in the early hours this morning. The crash occurred in Belgium on the E40 motorway linking Brussels and the coastal city of Ostend, near the village of Aalter, just before 3am. As well as a number

25 July 2018 06:44 Five charged in UK over acid attack on three-year-old boy

The boy has been released from hospital but the implications of his injuries are unknown. POLICE IN THE UKÂ investigating a suspected acid attack on a three-year-old boy have charged five men with conspiracy to commit grievous bodily harm. The attack happened in Worcester in the West Midlands on Saturday while the child was at a Home Bargains store

22 July 2018 11:00 Dublin's CityJet is merging with a Spanish airline to form Europe's biggest regional carrier

The combined companies will have a fleet of nearly 100 aircraft. DUBLIN-BASED CITYJET has agreed to merge with Spanish carrier Air Nostrum in a deal that will create the biggest pan-European regional carrier. The two companies said they had struck a deal – subject to EU approval – to merge under the umbrella of a new holding company, although they are expected 1

18 July 2018 09:05 Cliff Richard wins court case against the BBC

The action was taken over the BBC’s decision to broadcast a police raid on Richard’s home in 2014. POP STAR CLIFF Richard has won his case taken against the BBC over its decision to broadcast a police raid on his home live on TV. Richard, 75, took legal action against the BBC over coverage of a South Yorkshire Police raid on his home in Sunningdale 1

17 July 2018 00:17 Brexit could ‘destroy livelihoods of Irish family farmers’

Farmers fear the UK’s plans for Brexit could lead to international trade deals that would undercut prices and “destroy the livelihoods of tens of thousands of Irish family farmers”. The Irish Farmers’ Association (IFA) says the UK proposals could see it strike trade deals with non-EU countries, which would have a devastating impact on the Common Agricultural 2