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  • You'll never guess what Liz Hurley's teenage son looks like now

    Liz Hurley’s adorable little son Damian has grown into a strapping young man. The two are clearly best pals, but Liz now has to look up to the 14-year-old after a recent growth spurt. She captioned one image “Beginning of the end. My baby is taller than me.” And with Liz Hurley playing Queen Helena in soap opera The Royals, Damian has recently been shooting scenes in the role of Hansel von Liechtenstein.” Damian is the son of businessman Steve Bing – but he clearly has his mother’s genes. It wasn’t long ago that he looked like this… … But now he can pose with the best of them!

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  • How did this not go in!? Goalie produces save that’s been going viral

    The crowd were already celebrating a goal but that was before Kim Connors had her say, writes Stephen Barry. Connors was net-minding for Wicklow ladies footballers in the All-Ireland Intermediate Championship preliminary round yesterday. The underdogs were on the backfoot as Roscommon surged forward in a first-half attack, and a goal looked imminent when Jenny Higgins palmed the ball towards the empty net. Then Connors produced this dramatic save… Connors’ efforts have already got over 40,000 views between YouTube and Facebook in 24 hours. Wicklow went on to pull-off the shock too, with Amy Murphy scoring all four goals in a 4-13 to 3-9 win.

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  • Ask the expert: Has my shouting damaged my children?

    Q I have always been a bit short-tempered and this has transferred over to my parenting. I can easily get wound up by my children, who are aged five and six, and I end up shouting at them. Last year was particularly stressful due to work and family issues and I was probably caught in lots of unnecessary rows with them. I went to a parenting talk recently which described the damage shouting can do, and it made me think about my behaviour. My older girl does not seem to mind as much and gives back as much as she gets – she probably has the same personality as me – but my little boy is much more sensitive and I know he gets upset. He drew a family picture a while back and in it I was shouting. I

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  • Donald Trump may block French visitors

    US Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump, has warned that people from countries such as France, which he says are compromised by terrorism, may be subjected to “extreme vetting” to deter attacks in the US. When asked if few people from overseas would be allowed into the US, Mr Trump said: “Maybe we get to that point”. For months, Mr Trump has been calling for a temporary ban on foreign Muslims seeking to enter the United States, and has criticised the Obama administration for continuing to admit refugees from Syria. On Thursday night, at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, Mr Trump said the US “must immediately suspend immigration from any nation that has been compromised by terrorism, until such time as proven vetting mechanisms have been put in place”, but he didn’t refer to Muslims or to Syria, Iraq, and other Middle East nations.

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  • Pictures show why the Manchester derby in China was called off

    There was huge disappointment when it was confirmed this morning that the planned game between Manchester United and Manchester City in Beijing was cancelled. There was a lot of interest in the first meeting between the two sides since both installed new managers - Pep Guardiola at City and Jose Mourinho at United. But pictures shared by Times journalist Paul Hirst show that the decision was inevitable given the state of the pitch. Recent bad weather has left gaps in the grass, with as much bare brown earth visible as greenery. It is tough on supporters who were looking forward to the game, but they can’t blame the clubs for not wanting to risk injury to their stars playing on a substandard pitch.

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  • Cristiano Ronaldo gets in the ring with Conor McGregor

    Football legend Cristiano Ronaldo paid a very special visit to Conor McGregor this weekend. The Portuguese soccer star is clearly a big fan of the UFC champ and popped into for a quick spot of MMA. Ronaldo shared a photo of the special meeting on his Instagram account, after turning up at Conor’s gym in Vegas. “Great to see you bro,” Ronaldo captioned the topless photo to his nearly 70 million followers on Instagram. Conor’s coach John Kavanagh also got a snap with the sports star, writing: “Nice to have @cristiano drop in to the gym to support us.” It comes just one day after the football star partied the night away with Jennifer Lopez at her birthday party. Ronaldo joined the likes of Kim Kardashian

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  • Northern Irish group to launch Brexit legal challenge

    A legal challenge to Brexit is set to be launched in Northern Ireland. Former justice minister David Ford (pictured) is among a cross-community group of politicians and human-rights activists whose lawyers have written to British Prime Minister Theresa May urging her to consider the country's peace process and other unique requirements before triggering the mechanism to leave the European Union (EU). A majority in Northern Ireland backed Remain in the June referendum. Solicitors have threatened to take a judicial review before the High Court in Belfast - and ultimately to Europe's highest court - unless Mrs May addresses legal obligations they say she must meet, including gaining the consent

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  • Thousands of drivers set to get refunds after insurer’s collapse

    An Irish insurance underwriting agency that wrote business on behalf of Enterprise Insurance, the Gibraltar-based insurer that closed on Friday, said it will refund some premiums as 14,000 Irish motorists were hit by the collapse. Wexford-based Wrightway Underwriting entered into an agreement with Enterprise Insurance to offer motor insurance in Ireland through the Irish company’s broker network. “Wrightway has committed to helping its broker clients deal with affected policy-holders and with this in mind, Wrightway has decided to make an ex gracia payment to its brokers to pass onto their policy holders which is equal to the value of the premiums from now until the end of their current policy contracts,” it said in a statement on Sunday. A spokesman for Wrightway could not immediately say how much money was involved in the initiative nor how it would be funded.

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  • Two Big Brother housemates walk out, then walk back in

    The Big Brother house was in turmoil on Sunday night, with two housemates walking out. In the latest instalment, the contestants were put to the test in a trial task, which saw each of them in the dock accused of crimes such as “being a mug” and “moaniness”. Evicted housemates were called as expert witnesses to give evidence. However, the task proved to be too much for Evelyn Ellis and Jason Burrill, who both demanded to leave the Channel 5 show. During her trial, Australian nightclub hostess Evelyn was told she was acting like a mug and that she should not chase Alex Cannon as he did not return her affections. Former housemate Georgina Leigh Cantwell was called in and told Evelyn: “I’m going

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  • RAF Red Arrows draw 90,000 to Bray Air Display

    A crowd of more than 90,000 thronged the seafront in Bray to catch a glimpse of the famed British Red Arrows at Bray Air Display on Sunday. Now in its 11th year, the display was extended to a two-day event for the first time with upwards of 50,000 people also in attendance on Saturday. Exhibitions by the Royal Air Force Red Arrows kicked off proceedings and proved a big draw for aviation enthusiasts. Spectators were also treated to a grand finale by the Italian Frecce Tricolori crew .Next They were joined by planes and pilots from Sweden, France and the UK, and as always there was a strong Irish contingent among the performers. The Black Knights Irish Defence Forces parachute team made a dramatic

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  • Mother and son killed in Galway crash

    A mother and son have died following a single-vehicle crash in Galway last night. The woman in her 30s and her 14-year-old son were fatally injured when the car they were travelling in struck a tree in Ballygar at around 9.45pm. They were the only occupants of the car. They were pronounced dead at the scene. Their bodies were taken to University Hospital Galway where a post mortem examination will be carried out.

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  • Man’s body found on Carrauntoohil in Co Kerry

    The body of a man has been recovered from Carrauntoohil, Ireland’s highest mountain, in Co Kerry. The man, who is believed to be in his 50s, and Irish, appears to have been walking on his own on Saturday. His fall on the northern face of the mountain was witnessed from lower down the slope at about 2pm and his body recovered at about 9 pm on Saturday from an area described as inaccessible and challenging for the recovery team. Gardaí in Killorglin were conducting checks on car parks and guest houses on Saturday night in an effort to confirm the man’s identity. They now believe they are following a definite line of inquiry after establishing that someone did not return to his accommodation locally.

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  • Police called to Lindsay Lohan's London pad

    Lindsay Lohan’s door was forced open by police following an argument with her Russian fiance at her London home. The troubled star, 30, was heard shouting on her balcony and worried neighbours called the police after being woken by the argument with millionaire Egor Tarabasov, 23. In footage obtained by The Sun and filmed in the early hours of Saturday morning, the weeping star shouts: “Get out… It’s my house.” A Met spokeswoman said: “Police went to an address in Knightsbridge on Saturday following a report of a woman in distress. “Officers forced entry to the address. There was no-one inside. They traced the occupants and found them to be safe and well.” Police said that no crime was committed

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  • The scoreline in a Donegal club game has GAA fans questioning the future of football

    The end is officially nigh. Glenswilly played St. Eunan's in a Donegal county football league game today and the match ended on a scoreline of 03-02. Yep, three points to two. Pity the supporters who gave up a Sunday afternoon to watch a gaelic football game and saw a grand total of five points scored in the whole game. Local journalist Alan Foley was at the game and put the scoreline down to poor aim rather than the dreaded blanket defence - between the two teams there were 27 wides in the game. Winners Glenswilly notched all three of their points in the first half and there was only one point scored in the second half - a free for St. Eunan's. Football fans have not taken news of the scoreline

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  • Former landfill in Cork is leaking

    A former landfill south of Cork City, but operated by Cork County Council, has been leaking. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)is working with the local authority to rectify the issue. The landfill, at Raffeen, near Monkstown, was operated between 1979 and 2001, and, according to the county council, only accepted non-hazardous waste. It was not until May, 2001 that the council was granted a waste licence for the site, by the EPA, and the council claims it ceased to allow waste to be buried there five months later. Afterwards, the local authority agreed to continually monitor the landfill, in accordance with the waste licence. Between 2005 and 2007, it installed protective lining, put in

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  • Woman killed in machete attack in southwest Germany

    A 21-year-old Syrian refugee was arrested after killing a woman with a machete and injuring two other people in the southern German city of Reutlingen on Sunday, but the attack had no apparent connection to terrorism, police said. The man had been involved in previous incidents causing injuries to other people, and was apparently acting alone, a police spokesman said. The spokesman had no immediate information on when the man arrived in Germany, or when the previous incidents took place. “There is no danger to anyone else at this time,” he said. “Given the current evidence, there is no indication that this was a terrorist attack,” police said in a statement. The man attacked two women and a man

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  • Body recovered after man dies in fall at Carrauntoohill

    A man has died after a fall close to the summit of Ireland’s tallest mountain. The body of the man, believed to be Irish and in his 50s, was recovered from steep, inaccessible ground on the northern face of Carrauntoohill in Co Kerry after a recovery operation by members of the Kerry Mountain Rescue Team (KMRT) on Saturday. There have been a number of serious falls on the mountain in recent weeks but it is understood this was the first fatality as a result of a fall on the mountain this year. The alarm was raised at around 2pm on Saturday when climbers on the lower slopes reported seeing a climber above them fall close to the Heavenly Gates area. The man is understood to have been climbing alone.

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  • Mrs Brown's Boys and Jennifer Lopez's birthday bash

    Were you busy over the weekend and missed the headlines? Well you’re just in luck - we've rounded up our top three stories from the world of showbiz just so you can be down with the cool kids. Today it’s all about the cast of Outnumbered, the first ever live episode of Mrs Brown’s Boys and the lowdown on Jennifer Lopez’s 47th birthday party - we know, how is she 47?

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  • Man in his sixties killed at Co Down clay pigeon shooting club

    POLICE are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a man at a clay pigeon shooting club event in Co Down. A man aged in his 60s died after a firearm was discharged in Downpatrick on Sunday afternoon. Police said the circumstances surrounding the incident are being investigated.  Detective Inspector Will Tate said “We will be conducting a full investigation into the circumstances surrounding this death, but initial enquiries would indicate this to be a tragic accident.” SDLP MP Margaret Ritchie said she was "deeply saddened" at news of the man's death. "Undoubtedly, the family and friends of this man are experiencing unspeakable grief at this time," she said. "My deepest sympathies

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  • Hulk will rock his Gladiator outfit in Thor: Ragnarok

    Marvel revealed some titbits of info about the upcoming Thor: Ragnarok during Comic Con this year. It showed off Hulk's distinctive Gladiator armour, which he wore in comics. This, it is believed, indicates that his storyline will draw from the Planet Hulk comics. Marvel also showed an amusing clip to explain what Thor and Hulk were doing during the events of Civil War. Apparently, Thor just needed some "me time," but was hoping for a call-up, while Bruce Banner was also waiting on the phone to ring. Hopefully this clip ends up online soon. Those in attendance got to see a shot of Cate Blanchett as Hela, but again we are waiting for this to crop up online.

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