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  • New couple alert: Lewis Hamilton and Kendall Jenner on track for romance?

    Lewis Hamilton and Kendall Jenner have sparked speculation they are dating. The pair were photographed together at the latest Formula One Grand Prix race in Monaco, where Kendall was spotted wearing a gold chain much like the 30-year-old racing driver and wearing a Mercedes cap. Mercedes driver Lewis – who has split from singer Nicole Scherzinger – was consoled by Kendall and her supermodel friends Gigi Hadid, Bella Hadid and Hailey Baldwin, after he came third in the race, losing out to teammate Nico Rosberg, who took pole position. q
  • Emma Egan dies days after Ibiza hen party - Big News Network

    Big News Network - EXCLUSIVE: 'Its been the best night of my life': Body-shamed 'Dancing Man' parties with Monica ...

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  • Winners of 2015 Irish Restaurant Awards announced

    Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud takes top prize at Irish Restaurant Awards

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  • 'It's Natural Facebook Would Choose Ireland'

    Former Federal Data Commissioner in Germany, Peter Schaar "Former Federal Data Commissioner in Germany, Peter Schaar, says that it isn't for tax reasons why Facebook has chosen to locate their EU h... q
  • The Beckhams make a splash punting in Cambridge

    David and Victoria Beckham took their kids for a bank holiday outing – punting on the River Cam in Cambridge. The Beckham’s caused quite a stir on the river, with another group of punters crashing into their boat as they tried to get a snap of the famous family in the boats next to them. Georgia Tomkins, 21, from Hertfordshire, was punting with a group for her friend’s 21st birthday when they bumped into David Beckham’s punt. She told the Cambridge News: “One of my friends had realised who it was but the guy that was doing our punt hadn’t. q
  • Ronnie Whelan: Raheem Sterling's behaviour undermining Brendan Rodgers' position at Liverpool

    Ronnie Whelan found himself deep in west Cork yesterday ready to debate the futures of Raheem Sterling and Brendan Rodgers at Liverpool. Topics that seemed pressing until word filtered through of Bill O’Herlihy’s sudden and untimely passing. “I was looking around for a bit of support when I first joined the RTÉ panel that included John Giles, Eamonn Dunphy and Liam Brady, especially when you are new to the role and not sure what to say. “Bill would always say ‘just muck in Ronnie and say what you like’ Get in amongst them and don’t be a bit afraid to express your opinion.

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  • Versatile journalist Bill O’Herlihy dies aged 76

    Bill O’Herlihy, who died yesterday aged 76, had a remarkable career as a newspaper journalist, broadcaster, PR consultant and political adviser. A native of Cork city, he began his career in the reading room of the then Cork Examiner at the age of 16 and later worked as a subeditor with the Evening Echo. O’Herlihy moved to RTÉ in the 1960s as a Cork-based reporter for the Newsbeat magazine programme. It was seen at the time as an attempt by politicians to dilute the hard edge of RTÉ current affairs.

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  • Stiglitz pours cold water on Ireland’s ‘partly delusionary’ optimism

    Joseph Stiglitz hankers after old heroes: Teddy Roosevelt, who broke up John D Rockefeller’s Standard Oil at the end of the Gilded Age in the United States in the early part of the last century; or his distant relation, Franklin, 30 years later. “[Teddy Roosevelt] was a Republican, but he brought in progressive reforms. Rockefeller, to put it into perspective, was much, much richer than Bill Gates is, if you compare gross domestic products of the times.

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  • 5 times Amal Clooney totally stole the show from husband George Clooney

    Mrs Clooney really knows how to put her best fashion foot forward… q
  • STEM graduates who have gone on to achieve big things talk about their path

    In 1999 I came to Trinity College Dublin to study for a degree in science and, excluding a few years at Imperial College London, I haven’t left! It’s a dynamic organisation that prides itself on funding impactful and innovative research in an area that until recently had few treatment options available to patients.

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  • Sydney mother abandons two kids, joins IS in Syria

    A mother from the Australian city of Sydney has abandoned her two children to join the Islamic State (IS) in Syria, a media report said on Tuesday. According to sources, it is alleged that convert to Islam Jasmina Milovanov left her two children, aged five and seven, with a nanny before fleeing to Syria to marry an IS fighter, Xinhua news agency reported. q
  • Timeline: Gay rights in Ireland from 1861 - Irish Sun

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  • Lady Victoria Hervey says she may freeze her eggs and would love to have children

    Lady Victoria Hervey has admitted she thought about having her eggs frozen in a bid to become a mother. After her sister, Isabella, tied the knot last year, Lady Victoria says she reassessed her own life.

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  • Kylie Jenner 'sometimes I hate my life'

    Kylie Jenner goes through times where she "hates" her life. When Khloé suggested the 17-year-old television personality should try therapy, Kylie told the 30-year-old star it wasn't something she could consider as she felt it only worked for people who wanted it. Meanwhile, Kylie previously admitted she has "closed down" as she worries about being judged. q
  • Real Madrid sack Ancelotti

    Real Madrid have sacked head coach Carlo Ancelotti, the Primera Division club have announced. Ancelotti, who had one year left on his contract, has said that that he will have a back operation and take a year-long sabbatical. Real Madrid have sacked manager Carlo Ancelotti. There has been speculation that AC Milan want Ancelotti back to lead their team in the 2015-16 campaign, but the 55-year-old says that will not happen. q
  • Delta Goodrem dons a figure-hugging frock and choker as she joins Michael Bolton for a surprise duet at his Sydney concert - Big News Network

    Big News Network - Surprise! Delta Goodrem surprised concert goers on Friday when she walked out on stage during ...

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  • JP McManus’ brother Gerry to make alterations to landmark city home

    A BROTHER of JP McManus is due to apply for planning permission to make alterations to a multi-million residence on Limerick’s North Circular Road. The Limerick Leader reported in November last that the property was acquired from London based developer Aidan Brooks for an undisclosed sum by a member of the McManus family. A planning notice published recently states that Gerry McManus intends to apply for planning permission for seven works on the site, which was famously bought by Aidan Brooks for €26m in 2007 amid intense bidding.

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  • TV star Greg Davies talks about his late co-star Rik Mayall and losing his father

    TV star Greg Davies has told of his painful year after both his father and the man who played his on-screen dad – Rik Mayall – died. The Young Ones star Mayall died at the age of just 56 last year. Davies, 47, told Radio Times magazine: “My dad died a couple of months after Rik… it was a difficult year. Mayall played Davies’ father in the Channel 4 sitcom Man Down and the former drama teacher said that he would never have considered getting another actor to play him. q
  • Ryanair’s Marie Antoinette tweet fails to charm Copenhagen - Big News Network

    Ryanair "unnecessarily pissing people off" does not seem to extend to the lord mayor of Copenhagen or the German courts. The Danish capital's Frank Jensen has banned staff from flying with Ryanair on official business because he dislikes its employment practices.

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  • Parents of Dutch jihadists take action against state

    A group of Muslim parents is to take legal action against the Dutch state for failing to prevent their teenage children from travelling to fight with Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, where some of them were killed. It is the first legal case of its kind in the Netherlands and, if successful, could lead to similar claims in other European countries.

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