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  • Wimbledon rocked by sexism row as players get in a sweat over female heat breaks - Irish Daily Star

    LADIES feeling the heat at Wimbledon can take a break in sizzling temperatures – but men have to sweat it out. The All England Club’s rules have come under fire because of a decision to give female players a cool off break – but not men – launching a sexism storm at Wimbledon. The Women’s ...

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  • Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner's divorce and other celebrity splits of 2015

    It’s the rumour we were hoping wasn’t true, but Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner have confirmed that they are headed for Celebrity Splitsville. The couple, who have three young children, released a statement giving the sad news: “After much thought and careful consideration, we have made the difficult decision to divorce. So after 10 years of marriage, Ben and Jennifer are joining the list of celebrities who have called their romances a day in 2015. The Britain’s Got Talent judge had what was first thought to be a trial separation from model Lara in March, but unfortunately they decided to split for good. q
  • This One Directioner has Just Become the Toast of the Fashion Scene -

    According to The Guardian, Zayn Malik is bursting forth all over the fashion scene, much to the delight to those on circuit. Not only did he reportedly shirk Glastonbury in favour of strutting about Paris Fashion Week, also managed to make the Saturday night headliner crack something along the lines of a smile before “the greatest living rockstar on the planet” did his set. q
  • Chelsea offer €50m PLUS Brazilian star for Paul Pogba - Irish Daily Star

    The Juventus midfielder is one of the hottest properties on the planet after a couple of great seasons in Italy. Chelsea, Barcelona, Manchester United and Manchester City are all interested in his services. Spanish newspaper Sport are reporting that Chelsea have put together a package which they hope will tempt Juventus to lower their demands. Blues boss Jose Mourinho has insisted that Oscar will not leave the club this summer after signing a new contract last term.

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  • Jamie Carragher turns the tables on Gary Neville in jersey forfeit

    If you are a football fan on Twitter, you are probably aware of the ongoing jersey saga between Sky Sports colleagues Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville. Long story short, Carragher bet that Brazilian footballer Paulinho would score at least 15 Premier League goals this season. The Liverpool legend was to wear a Manchester United jersey for a day - with Neville’s name on the back for extra humiliation. Carragher has been ducking and diving for the last few days to try and get out of the bet - even enlisting innocent children to the cause. q
  • Paris Hilton to sue the witty minds behind 'plane crash' prank

    After surviving what she thought could be worst plane crash ever, Paris Hilton is reportedly planning to sue the minds behind the prank. During the prank, Hilton was asked to jump of the plane when the pilot willingly turned down the engines, making her believe that she could die in the crash. q
  • Angela Merkel would be answerable for Greek eurozone exit

    “If you break it, you own it,” former US Secretary of State Colin Powell warned President George W Bush before his invasion of Iraq. Whether it will ever be fair to blame Angela Merkel for ‘breaking’ Greece is debatable. Unlike her finance minister, Wolfgang Schäuble, who sent abundant signals in recent months that he could accept a eurozone that does not include Greece, Merkel has been determined to avoid such an outcome, according to her closest advisers. If Greece ends up leaving the eurozone anyway, many in Germany and elsewhere will blame the left-wing government of Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras.

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  • Happy birthday, Cheryl! You'll never guess what her hubby did for her...

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  • No criminal charges for parents of obese son who were accused of child neglect

    A mother and father arrested in the UK on suspicion of child neglect over concerns over their 15-stone 11-year-old son’s weight will not face criminal charges. The 50-year-old man and 45-year-old woman were arrested in March last year under the Children’s Act 1933 and have been on police bail ever since. Today Norfolk Police said the couple, from the King’s Lynn area, had been released from bail without charge. q
  • Hopes final sea trials will see LÉ James Joyce delivered to navy

    A €50m new ship undergoing final sea trials, the LÉ James Joyce, could be delivered to the Naval Service within days. Meanwhile, the Maltese flag is now flying on the former LÉ Aoife after it was given to the Mediterranean island by Minister for Defence Simon Coveney. The LÉ James Joyce was supposed to be delivered several weeks ago to replace the 35-year-old LÉ Aoife.

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  • Fifth person charged over Makayabella yacht cocaine bust

    A fifth person has been charged in Britain over an international cocaine bust off the coast of Ireland last year. James Andrew Hill, 30, was arrested by officers from the National Crime Agency (NCA) at his home in Hampshire Close, Ilkley, West Yorkshire on Tuesday over the Makayabella sting. The luxury yacht was intercepted after crossing the Atlantic from Caribbean waters with about a tonne of cocaine on board worth about £160m. Hill was charged with conspiring to import Class A drugs and was remanded in custody following an appearance at Wakefield Magistrates Court, the NCA said. q
  • Graham Norton reconsiders retirement plan - Irish Daily Star

    GRAHAM Norton says reports of his retirement within a couple of years have been “much exaggerated.” The 52-year-old funnyman — just nominated for a TV Choice award — has quipped that he may just keep on “going strong” — like former RTE host Bunny Carr (87). Somewhere “I just said I was going ‘to retire’. Everyone ...

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  • Sean Penn is Now Dating TV Starlet Minka Kelly? -

    The 54-year-old, brought Minka for “a very pricey” birthday meal to celebrate her turning 35. Minka, who is best known for her role in US TV show Friday Night Lights has dated fellow thesp Chris Evans in the past, while Penn makes no secret of his penchant for actresses having previously had relationships with Robin Wright, Scarlett Johansson and Theron. q
  • Star Trek 3 is definitely called Star Trek Beyond

    There's a new Star Trek film on the way - the third since the 2009 reboot and thirteenth since the original Motion Picture back in 1979. It's a title we've been hearing about for quite awhile, previously mentioned by Simon Pegg in a blog post and rumoured when Paramount started registering domains in that name. Now we finally have confirmation and it's straight from new director Justin Lin. The new title is certainly less cumbersome than Star Trek Into Darkness (which makes no actual sense in the English language) and is appropriate to the plot of the new film, which will see the crew heading out on the five year mission which was the subject of the original TV series and hinted at the end of the previous film. q
  • Strictly 2015: Why won't Aliona Vilani dance with Brendan Cole?

    Strictly Come Dancing stars Brendan Cole and Aliona Vilani have reportedly fallen out following a legal battle over a photo. According to The Sun Aliona reportedly threatened to sue fellow professional dancer Brendan, after he used a promotional picture of her to promote his new dance project A Night To Remember, which she does not appear in. The newspaper said Kiwi Brendan was forced to pay a sizeable fee to the Russian dancer to settle her case of using her image without license out of court. Aliona – who won Strictly in 2011 with McBusted’s Harry Judd – appeared with Brendan in his Licence To Thrill tours in 2013 and 2014. q
  • Irish tourist alive after plane crash kills pilot

    A young Leitrim woman is in hospital in the US after a plane crash that killed her pilot. Collette Kenny, 28, was thrown from the light aircraft after it struck a mobile phone tower designed to look like a tree in the scenic Lake Mathews area of southern California on Sunday.

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  • Helen Flanagan has given birth to her first child

    The former 'Coronation Street' beauty was reportedly two weeks over her due date but gave birth to her and boyfriend Scott Sinclair's healthy baby yesterday. A pal told The Sun newspaper: "Helen gave birth on Monday in Birmingham, and she is still there recovering. A source added: "Helen was hoping to have the baby naturally, but the doctors decided it was best to induce. Meanwhile, Helen previously admitted she was the "happiest I've ever been" and her and Scott were considering marriage in the future. q
  • iPhone 6S image leaks, looks the same as the 6

    Apple’s iPhone 6S has already been the source of quite some discussion online, given the interest around how much of the iPhone 6 and Plus designs will remain. It seems pretty much all of the 2014 design will stay, which, given the immense popularity of the iPhone 6, is understandable. Images leaked to 9to5 Mac appear to show an identical frame for the new devices, with the only change of note being a different internal mounting structure.

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  • New trends emerge in house prices

    The latest data on residential property prices shows that, after some moderation in the opening two months of the year, they have resumed their upward trajectory, writes Oliver Mangan. The renewal of upward pressure on prices has been expected, as the weakness in January and February mainly reflected temporary factors, such as seasonal issues and uncertainty in relation to the Central Bank’s new rules on mortgage lending. For one, there has been a marked slowdown in house-price inflation in Dublin. Indeed, in May, Dublin prices were down by 0.7% on their end-of-2014 levels.

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