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    Vogue Williams shows off baby bump in first pics from her wedding day

    Vogue Williams has finally given us a first look of her wedding day to Spencer Matthews appearing on the latest cover of Hello Magazine. The TV presenter married the Made in Chelsea star on a Scottish estate, owned by the Matthews family in June. The bride, who is expecting the new arrival at the end of September, wore a bespoke Paul Costello gown. Vogue took to Instagram to share the magazine cover, calling the big day “The best day of my life.” Speaking in an interview with Hello Magazine, Matthews explained how the couple’s big day was very private. "It was a family affair in the middle of nowhere and it felt very secluded. We were surrounded by the people we love." Matthews added how married

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    WATCH: Cork child has huge meltdown after losing a ‘relaxing’ game of Snakes & Ladders

    Snakes & Ladders - it’s meant to be a family game, full of fun and laughs. However, for one Cork child this wasn't the case when he found out he was on the losing side. In a video from CCCahoots Finn couldn’t take his beating after losing a game of Snakes and Ladders, which resulted in him having a spectacular meltdown. *Warning: the start of the video contains very loud crying.* Video courtesy of CCCahoots It’s tough to lose but Finn seems to have taken this loss especially hard. Any parent who’s ever had a child throw a temper tantrum during a family board game will immediately recognize the high-pitched cries of this emotional four-year-old. Through all the tears and tantrums Finn is still

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    Lady don Basheeran alias 'mummy' arrested in Delhi

    New Delhi [India], Aug. 19 (ANI): The Delhi Police has arrested 62-year-old lady don Basheeran, who was wanted in 113 criminal cases, from the Sangam Vihar locality in the national capital here. After police received information via their sources that Basheeran is near Sangam Vihar area, she was nabbed on August 17. Basheeran, also known as mummy, was absconding for the past seven months after being accused in a September 2017 murder case where a partially decomposed body was recovered from a jungle in Sangam Vihar's K Block. During the investigation, the police reached her residence to arrest Basheeran but she managed to escape and was absconding all this while. Following the court's order,

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    14 great photos that capture the agony and ecstasy of Limerick's All-Ireland win

    1. Nickie Quaid and Cian Lynch celebrate 2. Galway’s Paul Killeen sits devastated on the Croke Park pitch 3. Galway manager Micheal Donoghue congratulates John Kiely 4. A picture is worth a thousand words for Shane Dowling 5. Darragh O’Donovan plays a game of catch with the Liam MacCarthy 6. A Limerick fan tries to kiss the trophy through the perspex on Hill 16 7. Micheal Donoghue and selector Noel Larkin 8. Johnny Glynn 9. Limerick captain Declan Hannon lifts the cup 10. Cian Lynch finds his family in the crowd… 11. … and celebrates on the pitch with his mam, Valerie 12. Seamus Hickey with Ellen, Anna, Patrick and Matthew 13. Tom Condon with his son Nicky 14. David Reidy, Barry Nash and Kevin

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    Update: Gardaí investigating Dublin stabbing trying to trace red Toyota Yaris

    Update 11.55am: Gardaí investigating the killing of a 63-year-old man in Dublin are trying to trace the movements of a red Toyota Yaris. The victim was stabbed at a house at Rutland Grove in Crumlin at around 8 o'clock last night, and a man in his 30s was later arrested in Blanchardstown. Detectives are appealing to anyone who was in the Rutland Grove or Clogher Road area to contact them. They are also looking to speak to anyone who noticed the Toyota with L plates and 04-WW registration. Speaking today at Sundrive Road Station, Superintendent Michael Cryan said: "We are appealing to anyone who was in the Rutland Grove/Clogher Road area of Dublin 12 between 8pm and 8.15pm on Sunday the 19 August

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    First disabled woman to sail solo around Britain dies aged 46

    The first disabled woman to sail solo around Britain has died at the age of 46. Hilary Lister, who was paralysed from the neck down, became famous after she used the “sip-and-puff” system for steering and controlling a yacht’s sails. She became the first quadriplegic to sail across the English Channel in 2005 and then the first female quadriplegic to sail around the Isle of Wight in 2007. Ms Lister went on to sail solo around Britain in 2009. The International Sailing Federation (ISAF) judged that the feat put her in the top four sailors in the world. Announcing her death, a post on her website says: “It is with deep regret that Hilary’s Dream Trust announces the passing of its founder - Hilary

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    Over 130 kilos of cocaine worth €10 million destined for Ireland seized in Costa Rica

    GARDAÍ HAVE BEGUN an investigation after cocaine worth an estimated €10 million that was destined for Ireland was seized by Costa Rican police. The 133 kilos of cocaine, concealed in a cargo of fruit aboard the ship Polar Chile, was seized at Moin Port in Limón in the Central American country on 14 August. The Garda National Drugs and Organised Crime Bureau is now liaising with the Drug Control Police of the Ministry of Public Security in Costa Rica, in what gardaí described as an investigation with a “significant international dimension”. Assistant commissioner of special crime operations John O’Driscoll confirmed garda involvement, and said the focus now was determining the role of criminals