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  • Jamie Foxx: Katie Holmes rumours affected my relationship

    Jamie Foxx has revealed rumours linking him to Katie Holmes caused problems for his real relationship. The 47-year-old Annie star told Dish Nation that Katie, 36, was an “old friend”, but when reports surfaced that they were dating his real girlfriend and his children started asking him if it was true.

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  • HSE issues warning about Lyme disease

    The HSE is urging people who take part in outdoor pursuits to protect themselves from Lyme disease. It's caused by tick bites and - in serious cases - can cause damage to the heart and nervous system. The most common feature of the disease is a rash that develops between 3 days to a month after a tick bite.

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  • WATCH: Frank Lampard looks heartbroken after being called a 'Man City legend'

    If Manchester City fans thought Frank Lampard was fully signed up to their cause, this video may suggest otherwise. The former Chelsea man, who is heading to America to play for New York City at the end of the season, is currently appearing as a team captain on ITV game show Play To The Whistle. But when host Holly Willoughby introduced him as a Manchester City legend – the face he made suggested his loyalties might lie elsewhere. We haven’t seen him look that crestfallen since he scored against Chelsea.

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  • Michelle Keegan, Susanna Reid and Mary Berry make the sexiest woman list

    Good Morning Britain presenter Susanna Reid is 21st on the list, while 80-year-old Great British Bake Off judge Mary Berry is at number 73,

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  • Limerick girl’s Doodle 4 Google win still hasn’t sunk in

    Chloe O’Dwyer, aged 14, from Caherline, was accompanied to Google’s headquarters in Dublin last week by mum Veronique, sister Leah and Caoimh Ryan – her art teacher in John the Baptist Community School, Hospital. The theme of the competition was My Perfect Day and Chloe’s winning doodle entitled Fairytale Fantasy was inspired by her love of reading fairytale books when she was younger. When I saw the other entries in Dublin they were really, really good,” said the modest Chloe.

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  • Standing In The Way Of Control

        The queue to pass through passport control at Dublin Airport last night. Anyone? Thanks  Nathan Murphy and Declan Varley

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  • This brilliant tweet from Charlton is even more joyous than Bournemouth's promotion celebrations

    Hold your horses Bournemouth – you ain’t promoted just yet. Bournemouth were celebrating after a 3-0 win over Bolton tonight put them three points clear of third-placed Middlesbrough and with a goal difference of 50 compared to Boro’s 31. Bournemouth celebrating like they've completely ruled out a 19-0 defeat at The Valley on Saturday. On a night which well and truly belonged to Bournemouth as they secured promotion to the Premier League for the first time in their history, it was Charlton’s tweet that lit up the internet.

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  • David Cameron backs William and Kate's choice to have royal baby in private medical care - Big News Network

    Big News Network - And Prince William and his wife Kate's decision to use St Mary's Hospital in Paddington, ...

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  • Why is Holly Willoughby's make-up artist exhausted by Surprise Surprise?

    Holly Willoughby’s Surprise Surprise make-up artist is the hardest-working woman in TV according to the presenter – because she’s constantly having to patch up Holly’s face as she blubs her way through the show. The This Morning host fronts the emotional series, originally presented by Cilla Black, which is due to begin filming more episodes for ITV. Holly said that she found the show tiring, but added: “My make-up artist finds it exhausting!

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  • WATCH: Manuel Neuer beats an opponent with a Cruyff turn because he's Manuel Neuer

    Is Manuel Neuer maybe getting a bit *too* cocky? The Bayern Munich sweeper-keeper was at his best over the weekend when he produced a classic Cruyff turn to get himself out of a spot of bother against Hertha Berlin. If you want a reminder of what a Cruyff turn looks like when done by the man himself, here it is.

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  • Student grants facility opens for 2015/2016 applications

    Students seeking maintenance grants and other college financial aid for the 2015/2016 academic year can now make applications on the SUSI (Student Universal Support Ireland) website. The facility has opened two weeks earlier than last year as the organisation is seeking to improve on delivery times in processing applications.

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  • Mariah Carey makes a diva’s entrance in Las Vegas

    Mariah Carey made her presence known loud and clear as she arrived in Sin City for the start of her Las Vegas residency. The diva arrived at Caesars Palace in a classic pink convertible behind 18 mobile billboards bearing the titles of her number one hits. The grand entrance was to celebrate her Las Vegas Strip debut that will bring her chart-topping hits to The Colosseum at Caesars Palace starting May 6 with performances through July. The lyrics to the new song make it pretty clear that Mariah has moved on.

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  • Family of Karen Buckley bring her body home to Co Cork

    The family of murdered Irish woman Karen Buckley have brought her body home from Scotland for burial in her native Mourneabbey in North Cork. John and Marian Buckley travelled to Glasgow with their sons, Brendan, Kieran and Damian to bring home the student’s body following its release by Scottish authorities on Friday. A specially chartered Aer Lingus Airbus 300, St Caimin, carrying the Buckleys and Karen’s remains, touched down at Cork Airport shortly after 2.30pm on Sunday.

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  • Trading Places: A Romanian software engineer using Shannon as a global gateway

    Laura Stroe, software engineer at Intel, tells us why she chose Ireland as a place to live and work, and how Shannon offers remarkable access to anywhere in the world.

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  • Irish players are struggling in England – maybe the time is coming to fulfil ambitions elsewhere

    For an awful lot of English clubs, the next few days and weeks will define their season but even before the finer points of the profit and loss columns are there to be totted up by Martin O’Neill and Co, the early indications are confirming that, from an Irish perspective, it’s been another tough year. Sunday’s PFA awards made it seven years in nine without a Republic of Ireland player in the Premier League team of the season and as things stand there is not one of O’Neill’s players involved with the first-team squad at any of the top six clubs. At the other end of the table, there are, as usual, a few more centrally involved and O’Neill’s take on this club campaign may essentially come down to whether Hull City are relegated, as Steve Bruce’s side could well take four of his established squad members, plus young Brian Lenihan, to the Championship.

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  • Kidd: Death threats against Perkins 'horrific'

    Jodie Kidd says the way Sue Perkins was treated by 'Top Gear' fans was "horrific". With both women being named the bookies' favourites to take over from Jeremy Clarkson on the BBC Two show, the 36-year-old model has slammed those who sent death threats to 'The Great British Bake Off' presenter on Twitter earlier this month, which forced her to quit the social media website. Speaking to BANG Showbiz, Jodie said: "I think [the way Sue was treated] was horrific, and I'm glad that [James May] stood up for her. At the time, Sue said that some of the threats she had received included one who "suggested they'd like to see [her] burn to death", while her timeline was also "full of blokes wishing [her] dead".

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  • Amanda Holden's sister trapped on Everest

    Amanda Holden has revealed that her sister was trapped on Mount Everest after the earthquake in Nepal. More than 3,500 people died after the devastating earthquake struck the country at the weekend. The Britain’s Got Talent judge said her sister had been able to send a text message to her family from a friend’s phone to say she was safe. Amanda said there was a possibility that her sister had been airlifted from the mountain this morning or could even have walked back down.

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  • Dumbest Dumb Quotes Ever

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    These are 10 of the most memorable lines from 'Dumb & Dumber,' if not the smartest.

  • Demonising Dissent

    An important report on the anti-water charge movement was released last week, written by Rory Hearne from Maynooth University. It surveyed 2,556 people and concluded that Ireland is witnessing the ‘birth of a new civil society’, an important development. The most significant consequence of the anti-water charge protests is that they are democratising the country. This is why elites are worried and have reacted hysterically: they want this popular movement repressed, and quickly.

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  • White House Correspondents’ Dinner: Dick Cheney 'worst president of my lifetime', says Obama - Big News Network

    Big News Network - Mr Obama also mocked his own Vice President, who has a habit of giving unprompted ...

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  • IBRC boss: Widen Siteserv probe to cover AIB and Nama

    The former chief executive of IBRC has claimed Finance Minister Michael Noonan should extend the Siteserv probe to include multi-million euro debt write-downs by AIB and Nama if he really wants to uncover the full depth of the situation. Speaking as fresh concerns emerged in the Siteserv saga, Mr Aynsley insisted his former company was not the only bank cutting deals for as yet unexplained reasons. When Siteserv was sold by IBRC in March 2012 to the Denis O Brien-owned firm Millington for €45m, the bank effectively wrote off €105m owed to it by the sold company, a decision former IBRC chairman Alan Dukes said on Friday was because of other elements in the agreement.

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