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  • Katie Price fined for jumping red light

    Katie Price has been given three points on her driving licence and ordered to pay £1,220 after she pleaded guilty to jumping a red light. Ex-Celebrity Big Brother contestant Katie pleaded not guilty in April to driving through a red light and failing to give information to the police. Before a trial at Horsham Magistrates’ Court, she changed her plea to guilty to the traffic light charge, while prosecutors offered no evidence to failing to provide information. Katie, dressed in colourful patterned trousers and a white jacket, turned up at court with her husband Kieran Hayler who sat at the back of the courtroom.

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  • Mariah Carey takes a tumble in her towering high heels – and other famous falls

    Mariah Carey loves high heels so much she wears them on the treadmill and claims she even swims in them. But teetering on towering heels proved the diva’s downfall when stepping off her new boyrfriend James Packer’s yacht – as she took a tumble down

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  • About Last Night

    Scenes from the anti Irish Water protest outside Leinster House, Dublin A female garda was knocked unconscious after being struck by a traffic cone and was brought to St James’ Hospital with non-li...

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  • Meet Angelina Jolie's Look-Alike: Veronika Black Says She's Still Looking for Her Brad Pitt Because Men Are Intimidated by Her - Big News Network

    Big News Network - for her striking blue eyes, full pout and dark tresses. It all started in 2011 ...

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  • WATCH: The most incredible badminton rally of all time - Irish Daily Star

    During the Yonex US Open Badminton Championship this year, Denmark’s Hans-Kristian Vittinghus faced off against Malaysia’s Lee Chong Wei in the finals, held in New York. With Vittinghus behind 19-20, the Dane was able to pull out an incredible winner to even up the match. The rally was intense and certainly entertaining, with the crowd giving the two players a standing ovation for their efforts.

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  • TWEETS: Paddy Power heavily criticised for tasteless ‘immigrant’ joke

    The Paddy Power marketing team seem to thrive on angering people and pushing the boundaries of taste, and they are at it again with their latest ‘joke’. The bookmaker’s Twitter account posted pictures of a truck emblazoned with the company colours and logo, apparently driving through Dover. The slogan on the truck reads: “Immigrants, jump in the back! The truck also has sportsmen who represent England despite not being born in the country pictured on the side, including Mo Farah and our own Eoin Morgan.

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  • Cyclists face on-the-spot fines for seven road traffic offences

    Cyclists face penalties of up to €2,000 under a new system of on the spot fines unveiled by Minister for Transport Paschal Donohoe. Cyclists will receive a fixed charge notice in the post at the address they supply to the Garda member that detects them committing the offence.

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  • Ireland tops EU list for granting citizenship

    Ireland has the highest rate of granting citizenship to foreign nationals of any country in the EU. Data has highlighted how Ireland granted 5.3 citizenships per 1,000 resident population in 2013 — the latest year for which comparative data is available. Other countries with high rates of granting citizenship were Sweden, Spain, and Luxembourg. The naturalisation rate is calculated on the number of people who acquire citizenship out of all foreign residents in a country.

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  • Ryanair to take legal action against Hertz as it ends car deal

    Car hire firm terminates agreement from noon, claiming breach of contract

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  • America at Large: The battle against ignorance to banish Confederate flag

    Steve Spurrier is one of the most respected figures in college gridiron. In the half a century since he was the best student quarterback in the country, his achievements on the sidelines at the Universities of Florida and South Carolina have earned him the simple, telling moniker of “the ole ball coach”. Eight years ago, at an awards ceremony where he was being recognised for his philanthropy, he ventured an opinion about a hot-button issue in the American South. “I realise I’m not supposed to get in the political arena as a football coach, but if anybody were ever to ask me about that damn Confederate flag, I would say we need to get rid of it,” said Spurrier.

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  • Robin Thicke blames marriage breakdown for losing Blurred Lines copyright case

    Robin Thicke is blaming the break-up of his marriage as the reason he and Pharrell lost the Blurred Lines plagiarism lawsuit. The singer revealed in his first interview since the case was lost in March that a deposition took a backseat to his crumbling marriage. Robin split from his childhood sweetheart, actress Paula Patton, in 2014 and their divorce was finalised in March this year, at the same time as the legal dispute with Marvin Gaye’s children, who claimed the number one hit was a copy of the soul singer’s Got to Give It Up. Robin told The New York Times: “What I will — what I can say — is that when I did the deposition, it was two weeks after my separation from my wife.

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  • Google apologises for racist auto-tagging

    Google has been apologising profusely after it has emerged that an auto-tagging feature of its Photos app that is able to guess what it is looking at wrongly concluded that two black people were ‘gorillas’. The company has been developing a program based on machine learning for its Photos app to make auto-tagging quicker uploading to social media, but now it appears that the addition of an automatically-created tag ‘gorillas’ has backfired rather spectacularly. According to the Wall Street Journal, Google have taken the decision of removing the tag completely from its basic form of artificial intelligence (AI) and has apologised to the person who highlighted the error on Twitter. Jacky Alciné, the person whose photos were wrongfully tagged, went on to say it was specifically targeting one of his friends and has questioned what exactly they are basing their machine learning system on.

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  • Behind the Baseline: Accident of birth is holding Irish back at Wimbledon

    Irish tennis players may not appear in grand slam events often but sometimes it is not always their fault as the first week at Wimbledon illustrated. In the ATP rankings Ireland’s James McGee is listed at 146 in the world, yet he is not here. McGee, who is playing on the Challenger tour, the second tier of the men’s tour, didn’t make it through the three rounds of matches in the qualification event at Roehampton prior to Wimbledon starting.

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  • Doubts surface over who shot down Malaysia Airlines plane

    Storchevoi expressed hope that Rosaviatsiya's comments and questions will be reflected and answered in the final report, to be released in October. The Dutch Safety Board has made the draft available to representatives of Australia, Britain, Malaysia, the Netherlands, Russia, Ukraine, and the United States as controversy continues over who shot down the plane in July 2014, killing all 298 people aboard.

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  • True Detective Stars are a Couple in Real Life! - Beaut.ie

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  • Broadcasters announce first televised Premier League games

    Sky and BT Sports have announced the first batch of 2015/16 Premier League fixtures to be moved and broadcast live. BT showed last season’s opener as Louis Van Gaal’s Manchester United tenure began with defeat to Swansea City and the new season will begin at Old Trafford again, with Tottenham Hotspur the visitors on August 8th. Champions Chelsea begin their title defence against Garry Monk’s men in the evening kick off on Sky, kicking off at 5.30pm.

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  • TUV leader raises concerns over Wallace allegations

    TUV leader Jim Allister has called on the PSNI to investigate claims that £7m may have been earmarked for an unnamed Northern Ireland politician or party following Ireland's biggest ever property sale. Independent TD Mick Wallace told the Dáil yesterday that a routine audit at leading Belfast legal firm Tughans found that the money had been put in an Isle of Man bank account after hundreds of northern properties owned by the Republic's 'bad bank' NAMA were sold to a US private equity firm. The portfolio was worth €4.5bn but was sold to Cerberus Capital Management for less than €1.5bn.

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  • Historic Boland's Mill site to be redeveloped at cost of €150m

    Planning permission has been granted to develop three new buildings at the Boland's Mill site in Dublin. The project will also involve the restoration of a number of protected Mill buildings and the development of a new civic plaza on to the waterfront to Grand Canal Dock. The landmark site is to be rebranded "Boland's Quay". Savills, who are handling the project, said demolition and "enabling works" will begin immediately.

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  • QUIRKY WORLD ... Victoria's secret: 45in knickers worth thousands

    ENGLAND: A pair of Queen Victoria’s cotton knickers with a 45in waistline could fetch thousands of pounds when they go under the hammer next week. The pants will be sold alongside nightdresses, stockings, and hats worn by Queen Victoria and her third child, Princess Alice. All items of clothing, from the Yesterday’s World museum in Sussex, bear the stamp VR — short for Victoria Regina. Auctioneer Richard Edmonds said the royal clothing is in “excellent” condition, having been preserved in tissue paper in a temperature-controlled storeroom.

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  • Kelly Brook sizzles in new shoot as she’s covered in gold paint

    Not everyone can pull off being covered in gold paint and make it look good. Kelly’s gold paint dress used around 440 litres of liquid and was all in aid of the launch of the new HTC One M9 Gold on Gold phone. Talking about the photo shoot, Kelly said: “It’s exciting to be one of the first human canvasses for this unique art form.

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