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  • Son of Euromillions winner awaits stables permission

    THE SON of €115m Euromillions winner Dolores McNamara, Gary, will know the outcome of his equestrian plans on April 1. The council is due to make a decision on that date regarding a planning application for the construction of stables and a sand arena. Permission is also sought for an entrance from the public road, garage and 1.8m boundary walls, septic tank and percolation area, at Ruan, Castleconnell. Mr McNamara has extra space after he purchased a parcel of land adjacent to his home.

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  • Killer pilot haunted by gay demons - Irish Sun

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  • This killer line from the new Bond film Spectre is really getting people thinking

    The phrase was being repeated endlessly on Twitter after the release of the James Bond teaser trailer and seems to already be vying for the accolade of best line in a Bond film. "You are a kite dancing in a hurricane Mr bond" is a great line to get the excitement brewing.

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  • Sinead’s ‘non-violent’ plan for a united Ireland - Irish Sun

    Ms O'Connor (48) went on to urge unification of the Republic of Ireland and the ...

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  • IS beheads eight Shias in Syria

    A new video released by Islamic State (IS) shows its fighters cutting off the heads of eight men said to be Shia Muslims. The video posted on social media said the eight men were beheaded in the central Syrian province of Hama. An IS fighter speaks in the video, using a derogatory term for Shias and calling them “impure infidels”.

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  • Mother tells of Elton John rift

    Elton John’s mother has revealed why she has not spoken to the star in seven years, and how he said that he “hated” her. Sheila Farebrother told how she believed the multi-Grammy award winning star’s husband David Furnish had a controlling influence over the singer’s life. Speaking to the Daily Mail, Mrs Farebrother explained the rift with her son started over a “petty” argument when he asked her to cut ties with two of her oldest friends, who had also been part of his early success, Bob Halley and John Reid. To me, his mother,” she said.

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  • New Chinese Bank Becomes Major Headache For U.S.

    Another day, it seems, brings another new member to China's latest big international initiative: a new development bank for Asia. Russia became the latest country to announce it would join the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), to be based in Beijing. Russian Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov on March 28 at an international forum in China, saying President Vladimir Putin himself had made the decision for Russia to participate, according to RIA Novosti.

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  • Bank of Ireland wouldn’t accept couple’s Cuba holiday money - Irish Sun

    Image: AP/Press Association Images BANK OF IRELAND refused a payment between an Irish couple ...

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  • Clarkson planning to make dramatic comeback to Top Gear, but in Australia

    English broadcaster and journalist Jeremy Clarkson is planning to make a dramatic comeback to Top Gear in a matter of weeks, but it would reportedly be in Australia. The axed Top Gear host would head to Sydney with James May and Richard Hammond to host the show in front of 40,000 fans over two days.

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  • George North knocked out cold; Twitter argues over red card

    George North was knocked out for the third time in two months on the rugby field last night in an incident which resulted in a controversial red card for Wasps' Nathan Hughes. Hughes was sent off for kneeing the Northampton and British Lions winger in the head as he scored Saints' and his second try. The Wasps number eight complained it was unintentional, but after watching replays on the big screen, referee Craig Maxwell-Keys decided to issue a red card five minutes before half-time. After suffering concussion in Wales's opening Six Nations match against England, when he was knocked out twice, there were worrying scenes as North lay motionless on the ground.

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  • McClean: I was hung out to dry by Sunderland over poppy row

    James McClean believes he was "hung out to dry" by Sunderland over his decision not to wear a Remembrance Day poppy on his shirt. The 25-year-old Republic of Ireland and Wigan winger hit the headlines in 2012 when he opted not to wear the specially embroidered shirt. McClean, a native of Derry, finally explained his reasons in an open letter to then Wigan chairman Dave Whelan in November last year, but claims he was not allowed to do so when the storm first broke.

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  • Gardaí investigate shooting: FF say Dublin shootings becoming a trend

    Gardaí at Ronanstown in Dublin are appealing for witnesses after shots were fired in a housing estate in West Dublin last night. At around 9.50pm several shots were fired into an unoccupied car outside a house at Greenfort Gardens in Clondalkin. Fianna Fáil Councillor Dáithi De Roiste says this area has been targeted a number of times before. "This is very worrying, this is a trend where it seems to be shootings on a weekly basis.

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  • Pharmacist 'didn't know allergy jab was for a child'

    A pharmacist who refused to dispense an EpiPen adrenalin injector without prescription to the mother of a teenager who later died from an allergic reaction told an inquest the “dynamic” would have been different if he had known it was for her daughter. David Murphy told Dublin Coroner’s Court that when the mother of 14-year-old Emma Sloan came into Hamilton Long Pharmacy on O’Connell Street on December 18, 2013, to request the pen – an adrenalin shot which reverses the effects of anaphylactic shock – he was not told it was for her daughter, Emma. Emma’s mother Caroline Sloan, from Drimnagh, Dublin 12, said she told pharmacy staff the EpiPen was for her daughter.

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  • HSE recoups €3m for care of deceased medical card-holders

    The Health Service Executive has recouped more than €3 million paid to doctors for taking care of people who were dead. Following the centralisation of the medical card scheme to the Primary Care Reimbursement Service (PCRS) in 2009, some 20,000 card-holders were removed when it was discovered that they were deceased.

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  • Irish model of two crew on deck to be Europe's standard

    Many airlines worldwide have begun to adopt rules similar to those put in place by the Irish Aviation Authority a decade ago to ensure there are always two crew members on the flight decks of passenger jets while airborne. Germany’s aviation association, BDL, has said it plans to introduce a two-person cockpit rule for all its airlines as Air Berlin said it has already adopted the policy in the wake of the Germanwings crash. Air Canada, Westjet, and charter airline Air Transat have also confirmed the policy change, while Emirates has also implemented a two-staff cockpit policy. British airline easyJet, Norwegian Air Shuttle, and Icelandair will follow suit.

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  • VIDEO: Witnesses recall Cork gas explosion after 2 injured

    Staff at a home and garden store in Co Cork yesterday recalled how the premises shook in the aftermath of an explosion that hospitalised two people at the café next door. The explosion took place at the Diva café in Ballinspittle, 9km from Kinsale at approximately 10.30am yesterday. A man and a woman were rushed by ambulance to Cork University Hospital. While the incident is to be investigated by the Health and Safety Authority and the gardaí, local sources claimed the explosion occurred when the injured pair were changing a gas cylinder at the rear of the café.

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  • Vettel: 'I was s****ing myself' in the last few laps

    An emotional Sebastian Vettel struggled to contain his delight after his “dream” victory at the Malaysian Grand Prix today. Vettel grew up idolising his fellow German Michael Schumacher, who won five of his seven Formula One titles with Ferrari, and went some small way to emulating him by securing victory for the Italian team at Sepang in only his second race for them after a frustrating final year at Red Bull in 2014. The win was no fluke either as the four-time champion finished 8.5 seconds clear of 2014 championship winner Lewis Hamilton, whose Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg was a further four seconds back. Vettel was reduced to tears as the German and Italian anthems played and he later said: “This feels incredible.

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  • A decade of observing Earth from space has given us these breathtaking views - Irish Sun

    EUROPEAN SPACE Agency ?may never have had the glamour of the Apollo missions or space ...

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  • Family and supporters to protest over Dublin teenager’s incarceration

    A protest will be held outside the Department of Foreign Affairs later, demanding the Government intervene in the case of Ibrahim Halawa. The Dublin teenager has been imprisoned in Egypt since August 2013, after being arrested during political unrest in Cairo.

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  • Psychiatrist says pilots with depression should not face flying ban

    Pilots with a history of depression should not be banned from flying commercial jets, according to a leading British psychiatrist, in a warning against a knee-jerk reaction to the French Alps air disaster. Reports have suggested Andreas Lubitz had suffered from mental health issues and may have been receiving treatment for vision problems before he steered the Germanwings Airbus A320 into the mountain range, killing all 150 people on board. A father of one of the three Britons on the flight called for more to be done to see pilots were “looked after”, while the Observer said Civil Aviation Authority documents suggested some 100 commercial airline pilots in the UK had a history of depression, with 42 still on medication.

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