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  • Check out Cheryl Fernandez-Versini's dramatic new hairdo

    Cheryl Fernandez-Versini has had her hair chopped off.

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  • VIDEO: If you’ve ever ever rented accommodation in Dublin, you’ll get a laugh out of this

    From the people who brought us the guide to registering for Irish Air comes this handy information video about affordable rental prices in Dublin.

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  • O’Donnells fought four-year battle over €1 bn property empire

    Solicitor Brian O’Donnell and his family have been fighting a legal battle over his €1 billion property empire and upmarket home on Vico Road in Killiney for four years. O’Donnell was a partner with leading commercial law firm, William Fry, before he went out on his own around the year 2000.

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  • ‘Jihadi John’ bullied at school

    The British graduate unmasked as “Jihadi John” was bullied at school, his former head teacher has revealed. Jo Shuter, the former headteacher of Quintin Kynaston school, said she was horrified to find that Mohamed Emwazi was the Islamic State fighter shown beheading Western hostages of the terror group.

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  • Is 'emotional last farewell' fly past of Penang island the key clue to the mystery of missing Malaysia flight MH370? British pilot's theor

    Big News Network - Star Trek legend Leonard Nimoy is laid to rest as co-star William Shatner comes in ...

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  • Gruesome image emerges of Stephen Ireland’s leg after tackl

    Hughes revealed Ireland had sustained a calf injury that required "something like 12 or 15 stitches" - and a photograph published on Sunday in the Telegraph shows the huge gash in the 28-year-old's leg before the stitches were inserted. The tackle that caused the damage went unpunished, with the referee, Neil Swarbrick, allowing play to continue. The official and his assistant were strongly condemned by Hughes who said Figueroa should have been shown a red card. The manager also rated the challenge worse than the one made a week earlier by Burnley forward Ashley Barnes on the Chelsea midfielder Nemanja Matic at Stamford Bridge which drew so much attention.

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  • Video captures Los Angeles police killing homeless man

    A man suspected of robbery was shot and killed by the police in Los Angeles on Sunday during a confrontation that was captured on video in a downtown homeless encampment. The four-minute video of the fatal encounter and its aftermath was taken by a bystander and uploaded to Facebook. The video starts with the man swinging his arms at four police officers who have him surrounded on a footpath lined with tents. In the video, a woman standing nearby picks up the nightstick and appears to aim it at the officers.

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  • Garth fallout: Laws on licences

    New event licensing laws could be introduced within weeks following a major review prompted by the Garth Brooks fiasco. The Department of the Environment has confirmed the first draft of the new laws has already been discussed by the review group which was established after the cancellation of all five Garth Brooks concerts in Croke Park last July. The issues being considered include the minimum timeframes before an event for the submission of an event licence application to a planning authority and the making of a decision by a planning authority on such an application, public consultation arrangements on event licence applications, and pre-application meetings the various parties. The news emerged last night just days after leading concert promoter Peter Aiken, who was promoting the Garth Brooks gigs, expressed frustration at the pace of reforms.

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  • Holly Willoughby: I didn't fancy my husband at first

    Holly Willoughby clearly doesn’t believe in love at first sight. The 34-year-old TV presenter has been married to TV producer Dan Baldwin for seven-and-a-half-years, and they have three children together. But Holly has confessed to Woman & Home magazine that when they first met, she didn’t even fancy him. The couple met while working on children’s show Saturday Showdown and Holly explained that after six months of knowing each other, she and Dan were “in each other’s pockets constantly”, and their relationship developed from there.

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  • Jennifer O’Connell: Men, keep your wandering hands to yourselves

    It’s unclear if John Travolta or the US vice-president Joe Biden ever saw Dirty Dancing. It came out in 1987, when Biden was working himself up for his first bid for the US Democratic presidential nomination and Travolta was getting together with Kelly Preston, so it’s possible they were both preoccupied (although I like to think Travolta might have dragged Kelly there on a date). How wonderful would it have been if Scarlett Johansson had turned to Travolta on the red carpet at the recent Oscars, when he was pawing greasily at her green Atelier Versace gown and doing a Nemo impression on her cheek, and said, “This is my red carpet moment.

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  • GAA tweets: Liam Rushe and Robbie Henshaw separated at birth

    Dublin hurler Simon Lambert highlighted the striking similarities between his team-mate Liam Rushe and Ireland try hero Robbie Henshaw ...

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  • Brrr...wrap up as Met Éireann issues snow and ice warning

    Several centimetres of snow is expected to build up over hills and snow is also ...

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  • A second home: the Brazilian influx to Irish universities

    More young Brazilians are arriving in Ireland to study science at third level, drawn by instruction in English and our location in Europe

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  • HSE thanks family of Gerry Collins

    The HSE has thanked the family of Gerry Collins, who died from tobacco-related lung cancer a year ago today. Mr Collins features in it's anti smoking campaign - QUIT. The HSE says he and his family made a courageous and unique contribution to the health and wellbeing of our society by allowing us to share their most difficult days during 2013 and 2014. When Gerry launched the ad in January 2014, he said 'There were three reasons I decided I wanted to do this - firstly it was for myself; a positive thing for me to invest my energy in while dealing with my cancer.

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  • Katie Price screens video criticising cheating husband before renewing wedding vows

    Katie Price's friends were convinced she was going to split up with Kieran Hayler at their wedding vows renewal ceremony after slamming him in a "hard-hitting" speech. The 36-year-old star and the former stripper renewed their vows last month in West Sussex, south east England, but the former model has admitted guests feared she was going to break up with him after she verbally "attacked" him for cheating on her with two of her pals in a "dramatic" pre-recorded speech at the ceremony.

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  • Plans for historic Dublin market approved by city councillors

    The €3 million redevelopment of Dublin’s Victorian fruit and vegetable market as a continental-style food market has been approved by Dublin city councillors. The 1892 wholesale market building between Capel Street and the Four Courts in the north inner city will be refurbished and converted into a retail and wholesale market. The council aims to attract a range of food producers including butchers, bakers, cheesemongers, fishmongers and greengrocers, serving goods to take home as well as to eat at the market, while retaining the wholesale businesses in the western half of the market hall.

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  • Premier Lotteries Ireland to appear before Oireachtas committee

    The new private operator of the National Lottery has been called to appear before the Oireachtas finance committee following the recent systems crash and the ongoing controversy over its new ticket terminals. Premier Lotteries Ireland (PLI), which only took over the running of the franchise late last year, has been criticised over the introduction of new technology which retailers claim has undermined service levels and damaged sales. Representatives of the company, including chief executive Dermot Griffin, are provisionally scheduled to appear before the committee next week. It is also expected to hear from the newly installed National Lottery regulator, Liam Sloyan, and from retailer groups.

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  • Dublin city audit finds 282 vacant sites ahead of land-hoarding levy

    More than 61 hectares of vacant or derelict land, spread over 282 sites in central Dublin, could be developed for homes or commercial buildings, according to Dublin City Council. An 18-month audit by the council has identified 151 vacant plots of land and 131 sites with derelict buildings, which are zoned for development but are left unused. The report, to be presented to councillors today, will determine what land should be subject to the new vacant-sites levy which will be introduced under the Planning Bill.

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  • Scherzinger has 'cut ties' with Hamilton

    Nicole Scherzinger has cut ties with Lewis Hamilton. The 'Poison' hitmaker - who split from the Formula One racing driver last month after seven years together on and off - has reportedly been advised by her pals that it wasn't "healthy" for the pair to keep in touch. A source said: "The split has been devastating for Nicole. Following the news of the couple's split, Nicole travelled to India for a performance at a £15 million wedding before heading to the Philippines with Unicef.

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  • ‘Women’s troubles’: Study shines a light on hidden problems

    Common, often hidden, health issues after childbirth include pain, urinary and bowel problems, changes affecting sexual health and emotional health, and difficulties in intimate partner relationships. Women frequently just accept these health issues and do not talk about them or seek medical help; but they can be treated successfully. A major Irish longitudinal research project, the Maternal Health and Maternal Morbidity in Ireland (Mammi) study, is looking at the health and health problems of women during pregnancy and during the first year after the birth of their first baby.

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