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  • VIDEO: David Beckham utterly shames son Brooklyn

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  • Couple both die falling down stairs in 'bizarre, tragic incident'

    A couple who fell down stairs one after the other died in an “extremely bizarre, albeit tragic, incident”, police have said. Detectives investigating the deaths of a 67-year-old man and his 66-year-old partner said there are “no suspicious circumstances” surrounding their deaths. A spokesman for Greater Manchester Police said the pair were found dead at the bottom of the stairs in their Failsworth home on April 15. It is thought the man was fatally injured when he fell down the stairs, while the woman died after also falling when coming to his aid.

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  • Lord urges Republic to consider rejoining Commonwealth

    The Republic needs to have a “rational and serious debate” about rejoining the Commonwealth, a member of the House of Lords has said. Speaking at the launch of the first branch of the Royal Commonwealth Society (RCS) in the Republic, Indian-born entrepreneur Lord Diljit Rana said any debate must not be “governed by historical distortion, but rather recognise the truth of today and recognise that the Republic of Ireland has much to offer and lots to receive. “I have been associated with a group of people over the last number of years who firmly believe that the Republic of Ireland joining the Commonwealth would have considerable benefits, further improve relations with Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK and be warmly welcomed by all Commonwealth countries, including .

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  • 34 times Kate Middleton looked drop dead gorgeous in chic maternity wear

    Royal baby number 2 is just around the corner and that means all of The Duchess of Cambridge’s stylish maternity clothing will be heading to the back of her wardrobe. But before that happens, here’s our opportunity to recap several moments

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  • Michael Douglas says his marriage to Catherine Zeta-Jones is 'stronger than ever'

    When news broke in 2013 that Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones were heading to splitsville, there was mourning galore. Luckily though, the couple have reconciled and Michael now says they’re marriage is “stronger than ever”. Appearing on the Ellen DeGeneres show, he said: “It can’t be a one-way street. It’s been a tough couple of years for the couple as Michael, now 70, battled cancer after being diagnosed in 2010, but is now in remission.

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  • Paul Gascoigne's daughter Bianca mugged by bike gang in central London - Big News Network

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  • Ireland has 'by far' largest proportion of children

    Ireland has “by far” the largest percentage of children in its population in the European Union and will continue to do so for the next 35 years, it has been found. Eurostat, the EU’s statistical office has compiled a series of reports on the numbers and activities of children across the continent. It found that at 22%, Ireland had what it said was by far the largest proportion of children in its population in 2014.

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  • Children with better self-control are less likely to be unemployed, study finds - Big News Network

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  • Zayn Malik has shaved his head and people are freaking out

    Zayn Malik took a step in a new direction tonight, as he debuted a new shaved head hair do at the Annual Asian Awards in London. The former One Direction star – who was making his first public appearance since quitting the boy band – brought his mum as his date for the evening, leaving fiancee Perrie Edwards at home. After he had entered the Grosvenor House Hotel on Park Lane, a tussle broke out among the crowd of fans as they argued about his new hair style. One person had a theory about what had actually happened to Zayn’s hair.

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  • Gwyneth Paltrow fails low-budget living challenge

    Gwyneth Paltrow has said her “perspective has been forever altered” after she managed to last only four days of a week-long challenge to live on around £16. The actress was given around 29 US dollars, which is the amount people get in food stamps as part of an American government welfare programme, to promote a New York food bank. She said: “As I suspected, we only made it through about four days, when I personally broke and had some chicken and fresh vegetables (and in full transparency, half a bag of black licorice). Gwyneth, who said her performance was worth “a C-minus”, said: “I’m not suggesting everyone eat organic food from some high horse in the sky.

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  • Karen Buckley: 'A guest in our city who will never go home'

    Tributes poured in for Cork student Karen Buckley after her body was found on a farm in north Glasgow. Greater Glasgow Police Division’s Facebook page was inundated with hundreds of messages from members of the public expressing shock and heartbreak at the tragedy which has gripped the city for the past week. “[Karen] was a guest in our city and will never go home. “As a nurse Karen helped so many people.

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  • Olly and Caroline confirmed as X Factor hosts

    Caroline Flack says she's 'beyond excited' to be reunited with Olly Murs on The X Factor. It's been confirmed the former Xtra Factor hosts will present the main show this year. Dermot O'Leary has already tweeted 'Huge congrats to Olly and Caroline - be gentle with the old girl..that's the show, not Louis'.

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  • Mayor of Limerick shot down over proposed 18-day US trip

    THE Mayor of Limerick was this Wednesday forced into a climbdown over a proposal to go on an 18-day tour of four cities in the United States. Ahead of a special meeting of Limerick City and County Council, members were told of Mayor Kevin Sheahan’s proposal to visit New Brunswick, Boston, Kansas and Santa Clara. One Fine Gael councillor – speaking on condition of anonymity – said the 18-day trip was just “not justifiable”.

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  • Rory McIlroy hooks another three big ones but chasing Phil Mickelson

    Rory McIlroy might have added Ryder Cup stars Martin Kaymer, Luke Donald and Patrick Reed to a stellar field but the world No 1 is chasing an even bigger name for next month’s Dubai Duty Free Irish Open — Phil Mickelson. While Tiger Woods’ agent confirmed during the Masters that the 14-time major winner is unavailable for the May 28-31 test at storied Royal County Down, sources close to the organisation of this year’s extravaganza insisted yesterday that McIlroy has not given up hope of adding left-hander Mickelson to what is already a star-studded field.

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  • Here’s what we were thinking while watching the women on The Island with Bear Grylls

    It’s the second week and things have gotten even worse for the girls on The Island. Last week on @TheIsland…. @BearGrylls #TheIsland #snakes @Channel4 pic.twitter.com/7hdsJ0qKSZ — Fiona (@Goggleblox) April 16, 2015 Last week, the team was split

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  • Joan Burton to consider grants proposals for first-time home buyers

    Tánaiste Joan Burton is set to consider proposals to give struggling first-time buyers a hand buying their home with State-funded grants. Labour TD Joe Costello said the initiative was needed as young buyers could not raise these funds and were trapped paying sky-high rents. Mr Costello outlined his plans at this week’s Labour parliamentary party meeting.

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  • Supermodel Gisele Bundchen takes last stroll down catwalk

    Gisele Bundchen bid adieu to the catwalk, strutting her stuff at an emotionally charged show in Sao Paulo that she said will be her last stroll down a runway in a 20-year career that has made her a fashion legend. The 34-year-old Brazilian is married to NFL quarterback Tom Brady, with whom she has two children. As the world’s highest-paid model, according to a 2014 ranking by Forbes magazine, Bundchen is the face of Chanel, Carolina Herrera, and other top brands. Gisele Bundchen wears a creation from the Colcci Summer collection at Sao Paulo Fashion Week in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

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  • Another surprise call from the Pope: journalist in Argentina stunned - Big News Network

    Pope Francis has once again made headlines with an unexpected phone call, this time to a journalist in his native Argentina. Alfredo Leuco, who writes for Clarin in Buenos Aires, penned an open letter to the Pontiff, urging him not to grant another photo opportunity to the country's President Cristina de Fernandez Kirchner.

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  • Syria gas attack video moves UN envoys to tears

    Members of the United Nations Security Council cried when Syrian doctors showed a video of failed attempts to resuscitate three children after a chlorine gas attack in March, prompting renewed calls for accountability. The children, aged 1, 2 and 3, their parents and grandmother were killed in the March 16th attack on Sarmin village in northwest Idlib province, said Dr Mohamed Tennari, director of the field hospital where the family was taken. Government and opposition forces in Syria have denied using chlorine “barrel bombs,” which the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) says are dropped from helicopters.

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