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  • Brian Cowen confronted by protesters in Dublin

    Former taoiseach accused of being a ‘traitor’ and a ‘sell-out’

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  • Thierry Henry lacking on-screen Va Va Voom

    Eight months into that giddily well-remunerated Sky Sports contract it is probably time, with all due fond expressions of respect and regret, to ask the obvious question. How has Thierry Henry, despite his obvious natural advantages of wit, charm, intelligence and supreme sporting pedigree, managed to transform himself into such a terribly unpopular – and indeed terrible – TV pundit? There are endless, ever-multiplying opportunities to be unhappy about football. Or – and this is the real growth area – to be unhappy about watching other people watch football, with punditry the high-spec modern day equivalent of being set in the village stocks.

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  • Expert claims wreckage found in ocean might be of MH370

    An aviation technology expert has claimed that he has found remains of an aircraft in the ocean between Malaysia and India that may be of the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 but said he needs 1.3 million pounds (about $1.9 million) to find it, media reported. Andre Milne, who is voluntarily investigating the plane that disappeared in March last year with 239 passengers on board enroute from Kuala Lumpur ro Beijing insisted that the remains found in the Bay of Bengal must be investigated, the Mirror reported Thursday. Milne, who works in military aviation technology, said he hoped to crowd-fund a project with supporters pledging 6.70 pounds each. Malaysia officially declared the disappearance of Flight MH370 an accident and said that all 239 passengers and crew on board were presumed dead.

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  • Jeremy Renner and Chris Evans sorry for 'tasteless' Black Widow joke

    Jeremy Renner and Chris Evans have apologised for their “tasteless” joking about the sole female Avenger, Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow. When asked in an earlier video interview about the possibility of a romance between the Black Widow and Mark Ruffalo’s Bruce Banner, Jeremy called her “a s**t” and Chris added that she’s “a complete w***e,” as they both laughed.

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  • Gardaí renew appeal for help finding missing couple

    Gardaí are renewing their appeal for help in tracing missing couple William (Willie) Maughan and his girlfriend, Anastasija Varslavane. Anna was known to frequent Balbriggan, Stamullen, Gormanston areas and was last known to be in the company of Willie Maughan. William is known to frequent Balbriggan, Stamullen and Gormanston areas.

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  • VIDEO: Ronaldo gives a young fan his jersey after hitting him with a free kick

    Cristiano Ronaldo thought of the perfect way to cheer up a little boy in the crowd after accidentally hitting him with a football. The Real Madrid star was warming up before the midweek Champions League game by practicing free kicks. Ronaldo saw it and was clearly concerned for the welfare of the child, watching while medics checked to make sure he was unhurt. When the rest of the Real Madrid went back inside after warming-up, Ronaldo jogged back over to the stand.

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  • McCartney is top of musical millionaire list but Irish stars feature strongly

    Irish stars U2, Enya and Niall Horan feature prominently in new lists of millionaire musicians.

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  • Tom Hardy: My awkward meeting with Mel Gibson

    Tom Hardy has revealed how his meet-up with Mel Gibson didn’t quite turn out as he had hoped. The Child 44 star spoke with the 59-year-old actor to discuss Tom’s portrayal of Mad Max Rockatansky in Mad Max: Fury Road, a role Mel had played in the other three films. “I met Mel. Tom said he even offered Mel a gift.

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  • Eamonn McCann: Syria kidnapping was not what it seemed

    On December 13th, 2012, a news team from the US network NBC was kidnapped by armed men in northern Syria. The journalists, and members of a group aligned with the rebel Free Syrian Army with whom they had been travelling, were thrown into a truck, driven to a farmhouse and locked up under armed guard. NBC chief foreign correspondent Richard Engel told afterwards that along the way one of the rebel group was killed by the kidnappers. The newsmen themselves were not physically ill-treated during five days in captivity, but they were constantly threatened with death and made to pose for a video squatting under an Islamic flag before a wall covered with slogans extolling the Assad regime.

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  • Victoria Beckham's family reveal as she opens up on Ellen DeGeneres

    Victoria Beckham has said her daughter Harper enjoys playing football, while son Brooklyn has worked in the local cafe for two years. The fashion designer, who has four children with husband David, was appearing on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in the US. Speaking about their three-year-old daughter Harper, she said: “She’s amazing.

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  • Niall Horan named as one of the richest stars in the world

    From Mullingar to millions, Niall Horan has been named as one of the richest stars in the world. According to The Sunday Times Rich List, Niall has bagged himself €34m - that’s €15m more than last year.

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  • Cara Delevingne: I'm very much in love

    The pair are thought to have began dating in December.

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  • Record loss for Tesco of €9bn | Irish Examiner

    Tesco yesterday revealed the cost of its spectacular decline, with an annual loss of £6.4bn (€9bn), one of the biggest in British corporate history, and warned investors there could be more pain to come. In Ireland, where Tesco recently ceded market leadership to SuperValu, like-for-like sales fell by 6.4% to €2.55bn. “We sought to draw a line under the past and rebuild from here,” said Dave Lewis, who has impressed investors with his decisive action since replacing sacked Tesco veteran Philip Clarke as CEO in September. After two decades of uninterrupted growth, Tesco lost its way when it was distracted by expensive overseas expansion and failed to spot the threat from discounters at home.

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  • New French embassy opens in Merrion Square Georgian townhouse

    Prime Minister and Tánaiste celebrate “unwavering friendship” between two countries

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  • Aviation expert claims has spotted MH370 wreck between India and Malaysia in Bay of Bengal

    An aviation technology expert has reportedly claimed that he has spotted the remains of missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 but needs 1.3 million pounds to find it. Andre Milne, who has been investigating the case independently since the flight disappeared in March last year, has said that he located the wreckage in the ocean between Malaysia and India, reported The Mirror.

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  • 10 awkward interviews which will make you squirm

    Robert Downey Jr is the latest celebrity to walk out from a TV interview. The Iron Man star abruptly stopped Krishnan Guru-Murthy in his tracks, saying things were “getting a little Diane Sawyer in here” as he made for the exit, after the Channel 4 interviewer questioned him about his drugs and jail past. Abrupt end to our Robert Downey Jr interview when we started talking about jail and drugs. Robert’s not the first star to make things awkward for an interviewer when questions get too heated.

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  • Arrival of €50m navy ship delayed by propulsion problems

    The Government will not accept delivery of a new €50 million-plus navy ship until problems with its propulsion system have been fixed. The LÉ James Joyce was due to be handed over to the Naval Service last month but difficulties emerged with its mechanical system when it was undergoing sea trials in the Bristol Channel. Minister for Defence Simon Coveney said he regarded the problems “as serious enough” not to sign off on accepting the vessel until they were rectified. While he did not specify exactly what the problems were, sources have told the Irish Examiner that the shaft which connects the engines to the propellers had not been properly aligned.

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  • A Nasa spacecraft will crash into Mercury after 11 years in orbit

    After more than a decade in space, a Nasa mission will end by crashing into the surface of Mercury. With no propellent left, it will be unable to fight the Sun’s gravitational push and collide with the planet at a speed of more than 8,750 miles per hour. The three-metre wide spacecraft will create an impact crater some 16 metres across. Messenger – a complicated acronym of Mercury Surface, Space, Environment, Geochemistry and Ranging spacecraft – is regarded as a highly successful mission with Nasa learning much about the planet and the science of travelling so close to the sun.

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  • Rare Apple I computer attracts bids of more than US$79,000 on eBay

    The auction for the 1976 computer that emerged from the garage of Steve Jobs has attracted more than 82 bids. The Apple I was the first pre-assembled personal computer made by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak and was sold at a price of US$666.66. Collector Bob Luther sold a different Apple I through Christie’s last year for US$365,000. Luther is also auctioning off rare items that include a copy of the 1976 partnership agreement signed by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ron Wayne.

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