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  • Paul McShane released by relegated Hull City

    Hull City have released six players following their relegation from the Premiership, and among them is Irish defender Paul McShane. Manager Steve Bruce said it’s with much regret that the club part ways with one of their longest serving players. The former Manchester United, Sunderland and West Brom defender has been with Hull since 2008.

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  • Cheryl Fernandez-Versini's spat with Louis Walsh continues

    The Irish judge had called her lazy.

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  • Mark Wright Posts Picture From Honeymoon

    Just days after Mark Wright and Michelle Keegan got married, Mark has posted the first picture from their honeymoon. My answer.... I'll stick with my view thanks..... Ladies and gents I give you #mrswright''.

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  • PICTURES: Reaction to FIFA crisis is all about Blatter

    The internet has been having great fun with the ongoing FIFA crisis. It may be a worldwide organisation, but most of the comments focused on one man.

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  • Willie Walsh expects Ryanair 'to act rationally' when Aer Lingus offer made

    International Airlines Group chief Willie Walsh says he expects Ryanair to act in a “rational way” to its takeover bid for Irish flag carrier Aer Lingus. The British Airways owner will make a formal offer within the next 28 days for Ryanair’s near-30% stake in Aer Lingus. Signalling his confidence that Ryanair would now accept the IAG bid, Mr Walsh said there was a “compelling offer” on the table for its shareholders. “I believe Ryanair will see the merit of the case we have made, the value we are offering in terms of this takeover and will want to see the deal go through,” he said.

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  • What Happens When a Harvard Engineer Gets Robbed?

    He designs a smarter home security system—without contracts, installation fees or sneaky salesmen. Discover a smarter way to protect your home today.

  • VIDEO: Gerrard leads Liverpool players in impressive song and dance routine

    It’s got to be said - Stevie G is not a bad little mover!

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  • George Clooney and David Beckham have reportedly landed in Dublin

    George Clooney and David Beckham have reportedly landed on our shores for this year’s Irish Open. The famous duo are said to be making their way to the Royal County Down Golf Club in Newcastle, where they will rub shoulders with world-renowed golf stars. George clooney and David Beckham rumoured to be in Newcastle?? George Clooney and David Beckham are up the north for the golf tomorrow!!

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  • Britain's Got Talent drama: Stephen Mulhern gets soaked by Amanda Holden

    Stephen Mulhern received a drenching by Amanda Holden, after he made a joke about her Botox. The Britain’s Got More Talent host couldn’t hold his tongue, comparing the 44-year-old TV judge to Jocelyn Wildenstein, who was given the nickname Catwoman after undergoing numerous operations under the knife. On last night’s episode of the ITV spin-off show, Stephen offered a tongue-in-cheek look at what the Britain’s Got Talent judging panel, which includes Simon Cowell, David Walliams and Alesha Dixon, would look like in 20 years.

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  • How Google works hard to keep staff happy

    THERE comes a time in every girl’s life when she realises she will never work for Google. In his book, Work Rules, Google’s head of people operations (ie, human resources), Lazlo Bock, writes about the corporate Nirvana that is Google, the second-most-recognised brand in the world, after Apple. It had with a turnover of $66bn in 2014 and has 53,000 employees worldwide, including 2,500 in Dublin. Google is not a cult, but the book is contradictory, in that the author describes a company that demands idolatry, while also pointing out its flaws, and mistakes such as Google Wave, or employees with entitlement issues who object when some perk is threatened, like taking meat off the menu on Mondays (Google supplies free cafeteria facilities to employees).

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  • No double beds allowed for unmarried elderly

    Single and widowed residents of a €17 million State-funded senior citizens’ complex have been refused permission for double beds by the Catholic housing agency that owns and runs the apartments. Fr Scully House, a recently built complex of 99 apartments near Mountjoy Square, was at the centre of a seven-month rent dispute between the Catholic Housing Aid Society (CHAS) and Dublin City Council.

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  • Creighton tells Taoiseach to be respectful to Opposition TDs

    The Dáil has been suspended twice after an exchange between the Taoiseach and several other TDs. “I really think that the Taoiseach certainly does not do himself any justice by speaking to any member of parliament in that way,” Ms Creighton said.

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  • BREAKING: US and Heathrow sweeteners for Shannon in IAG deal

    WITH the Government this evening announcing the sale of the State’s stake in Aer Lingus, a Fine Gael source this evening told the Clare Champion that Shannon-US services will be enhanced as a result of the transaction. It is understood that British

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  • X Factor's Chris Maloney reveals: I spent £60,000 on cosmetic surgery because of internet trolls

    Former X Factor finalist Chris Maloney has revealed he spent £60,000 on cosmetic surgery after being bullied by internet trolls about his looks. Talking to Phillip Schofield and Christine Bleakley on This Morning, he said: “Looking back [at those clips] it upsets me a little bit… I can’t look at myself, I just can’t look. “X Factor was great, but as the series was going on and the further that I got in the competition, I was getting really bad trolls and they were telling me that they were going to kill me, shoot me, that I was ugly, that I had a big nose… and it just affected me so much and at the end of the final, I did have a breakdown. When asked by Schofield about blocking trolls on the internet, Maloney said: “I did block a lot.

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  • Kelly Brook shows off toned new figure

    Kelly Brook has been showing off her newly streamlined curves thanks to a recent diet. The model and actress has been on the New Atkins diet which has seen her limiting the carbs and going for healthy options including chicken, fish, fruit and vegetables in a bid to lose some pounds after indulging over Christmas. It looks like the hard work has paid off, as Kelly has apparently dropped eight pounds and trimmed three inches from her waist. Kelly, 35, who has been at the Cannes Film Festival, looked like she was still managing to enjoy plenty of tasty food from the snaps she has been posting on Instagram.

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  • Aircraft with laser weapons incoming by 2022

    Continuing its mission to expand its range of terrifying weaponry, the US Air Force has firm plans to equip its next generation of fighters with laser weapons capable of shooting down missiles and aircraft by 2022. While laser weapons as we know them as confined mostly to science fiction films, the actual use of lasers as a weapon deterrence against a missile for example, has been around for a number of years now. Only last year, the US Navy’s USS Ponce ship was the first in its arsenal to be equipped with the state-of-the-art LaWS (Laser Weapons System) to be used in defence against everything from airborne missiles to seaborne small craft such as dinghies. Well now, according to Breaking Defense, fighter aircraft in seven years’ time will be capable of being rigged up with laser weapons like nothing seen before.

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  • Taylor wants to take Harris romance to next level

    Taylor Swift has reportedly asked Calvin Harris to move into her Los Angeles apartment. The 'Bad Blood' hitmaker has told the superstar DJ she wants to take their romance to the next level - despite only meeting at the BRIT Awards in February - and Calvin is said to have accepted her offer to movie and has already transferred some of his stuff into her LA home. The 25-year-old singer's close friend also revealed she has introduced Calvin, 31 to her parents, father Scott and mother Andrea - who was recently diagnosed with cancer - while on a trip to her hometown.

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  • Harrison Ford back to normal life following plane crash

    Harrison Ford is "happy" to be getting his life back on track. The 72-year-old star, who suffered injuries including a large laceration to his head, as well as broken bones when a two-seater aircraft he was piloting smashed into Penmar Golf Course in Venice, Los Angeles, in early March after he was forced to make an emergency landing due to an engine malfunction, was spotted visiting friends over the weekend and is slowly starting to resume normal activities. A source close to the 'Indiana Jones' star, who spent almost a month at a medical centre, said: "Harrison seemed fine and drove himself to Steven Spielberg's house for a visit. The actor, who is married to Calista Flockhart, has also been spotted driving around his neighbourhood more and more in recent weeks.

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  • There's an iPhone bug that can crash your phone with one text

    A bug in Apple’s iOS has been discovered that can crash an iPhone by sending a single text message containing a certain string of characters. The bug appears to be caused by a glitch in the way Apple’s iOS software displays non-Latin text in notification banners and alerts. Several users of online forum site Reddit discovered the flaw, which causes the iPhone receiving the message to crash and reboot as long as the recipient is not viewing the message conversation when the text is received. The bug appears to require a very specific set of characters to be sent, with those discussing the issue on Reddit reporting and sharing a single line of characters that cause the crash.

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  • Point Break remake trailer is fantastically silly

    Ah the 90s - when hair was big and it was still ok to have action films with actual blood and swearing in them. For example, 1991's Point Break - a ferociously male testosterone fest, despite being directed by now Oscar-winner Kathryn Bigelow. In it, Keanu Reeves went undercover to join a group of surfing and skydiving bank robbers led by the charasmatic Patrick Swayze. It had awfully cheesy dialogue, a scenery chewing Gary Busey and some gritty and gnarly action.

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  • Italian Mafia boss arrested in Brazil after 30 years on the run

    Brazilian police said today they had arrested an Italian Mafia boss who had been on the run for 30 years and was convicted of killing more than 20 people in the 1980s. Pasquale Scotti (56) was arrested in the northeast city of Recife in a joint operation of Brazil’s federal police and Interpol, according to a police statement.

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