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  • Killer pilot haunted by gay demons - Irish Sun

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

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Was Rita Ora really dressed like a Mongolian Yak herder during The Voice semi-finals?

    What was she thinking? Twitter can’t see this one catching on.

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  • Ireland host Poland under Brady-shaped cloud - Irish Sun

    James McCarthy has missed several Ireland games (Peter Muhly) ON FRIDAY night, the ...

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  • The new London Irish

    Irish photographer Kim Cunningham’s latest project, photographs of the new London Irish – creative young Irish people who’ve moved to the British capital – line a wide corridor in the London Irish Centre in Camden. Cunningham has been living in London for 17 years and was invited to take part in the project to mark the 60th anniversary of the centre. Unlike the subjects of her recent photos, when Cunningham came here in 1997, she found herself very much alone in the big city with no Irish friends. In an earlier award-winning project, Holy Joe’s, Cunningham photographed older Irish people in St Joseph’s Irish Social Club in Highgate.

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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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  • Claudine: I’m not too Keane on TV action - Irish Sun

    Claudine explained that their son Robert's school doesn't finish up for the Easter holidays until ...

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  • Islamic fighters seize major Syrian city of Idlib

    Islamic fighters led by al-Qaeda’s branch in Syria have seized almost full control of the north-western city of Idlib, taking over major roundabouts and government buildings in a powerful blow to President Bashar al-Assad whose forces rapidly collapsed after four days of heavy fighting, opposition activists and the extremist group said. Idlib, a major urban centre with a population of about 165,000 people, is the second provincial capital to fall into opposition hands after Raqqa, now a stronghold of the Islamic State (IS) group.

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  • Healy-Rae accuses FG of ‘looking down its nose’ at him in reports

    Independent TD Michael Healy-Rae has accused Fine Gael of “looking down their nose” at him after party strategy documents accused him of hiding behind the “veneer of a friendly/simple country yokel”. Tánaiste Joan Burton defended Eamon Gilmore after the documents said the loss of his seat would benefit Fine Gael.

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  • Consternation over new Foynes to Limerick road

    HUNDREDS of people across County Limerick have been attending meetings this week to express their anger, dismay and unhappiness about the new or upgraded road that is planned to run between Foynes and Limerick. “The mood has been one of confusion and anxiety and some despair, and that is down to the fact that the proposals have not been communicated well by the National Roads Authority,” Cllr Emmett O’Brien told the Limerick Leader this Wednesday. Unfortunately, he added, councillors are taking the brunt of this and are being left to do the job which should have been done by the NRA and the consultants and road designers who drew up the plans.

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  • Dermot O'Leary says goodbye to The X Factor

    Dermot O’Leary has left his presenting role on The X Factor, saying it is “time for me to move on”. The star, who has been a mainstay of the hit ITV talent show for eight years and also presents a show on Radio 2, thanked show supremo Simon Cowell. He said: “After eight wonderful years on The X Factor it’s time for me to move on. Earlier this week, bookmakers William Hill had Dermot as 6-1 to replace Jeremy Clarkson on Top Gear with only fellow DJ Chris Evans and Jodie Kidd ahead of him in the betting.

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  • 'Great Wall Of Ukraine' Is 'A Priority,' Petro Poroshenko Says: Donbas Defense Construction Set For April - Big News Network

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  • What’s on around Ireland this weekend?

    The wait has been excruciating, but Martin O’Neill’s Republic of Ireland team will finally return to the Aviva Stadium for a first competitive fixture in almost six months when they take on Poland on Sunday. The crunch Euro 2016 qualifier has garnered particular interest among Ireland’s sizeable Polish ex-pat community, and with a place at next year’s championships still firmly up for grabs there’s sure to be plenty of rivalry between the ‘new Irish’ and their Boy in Green-supporting counterparts this weekend.

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  • Graham Dwyer trial: Key facts that went unreported

    Architect Graham Dwyer has been found guilty of the murder of childcare worker Elaine O’Hara. * Gardai said he was “completely confident” of beating the charge, declining to take a break from questioning for sleep through the night when initially being held before charge.

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  • ‘If we don’t do anything now, Ibrahim will die’ - Irish Sun

    THE FAMILY OF Ibrahim Halawa, the Irish teenager said to be facing the death penalty in Egypt, have called for the Taoiseach to intervene in the case. Ahead of the trial, a protest is taking place outside the Department of Foreign Affairs in Dublin.

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  • Food makers encourage dairy farms to end painful dehorning practice, breed hornless cattle - Irish Sun

    DES MOINES, Iowa - Food manufacturers and restaurants are taking the dairy industry by the ...

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