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  • Video 'taken inside doomed plane' found

    German daily Bild and French magazine Paris Match said their reporters have been shown a video they say was taken by someone inside the cabin of the doomed plane shortly before it crashed. Both periodicals reported that the video was found on a memory chip that could have come from a mobile phone. Paris Match said the footage was found “among the wreckage by a source close to the investigation”. Lieutenant Colonel Jean-Marc Menichini, a high ranking official involved in the recovery operation, categorically denied that any mobile phone footage had been found at the site.

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  • Top 10 April fool’s day pranks that people fell for

    From spaghetti trees to prohibition in Ireland, here are some memorable hoaxes

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  • This sinkhole has opened up in the middle of Dublin - Irish Sun

    A SINKHOLE HAS opened up on Dublin’s Dame Street, causing traffic delays in the centre of the city. Westbound traffic on Dame Street is currently suspended between George Street and Parliament Street and cars are being advised to u...

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  • The M50 was closed after an eight-car rush hour pile-up - Irish Sun

    One of the cars involved. THE M50 HAS reopened after an eight-car rush hour ...

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  • Aer Lingus flight returns to Dublin following ‘technical issue’

    Airline says Airbus EI660 to ‘undergo inspection’ after landing safely at 9.20am

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  • Avril Lavigne talks about her struggle with Lyme disease

    Avril Lavigne has opened up about her struggle with Lyme disease, admitting she thought she was "dying" when she couldn't talk or move. The 30-year-old singer feared her life was coming to an end after she was struck down with the infectious disease, which is caused by tick bites, in October resulting in her being bedridden for five months. Avril's husband, Nickelback frontman Chad Kroeger, also used to pay her regular visits during breaks from the band's tour.

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  • It's not Susanna Reid's week - now her dress has split on Good Morning Britain

    Good Morning Britain presenter Susanna Reid had to rush off to change her dress during the breakfast TV show after suffering a wardrobe malfunction. John Stapleton told viewers that Susanna’s dress had split “spectacularly” and joked that being accidentally flashed by his co-presenter was “one of the bonuses of the show they don’t put in the job description”. Luckily for Susanna her dress split while the cameras were not on her, but Kate Garraway explained: “Susanna’s just nipped out of the studio with a slight wardrobe malfunction. “All will be sorted out although it has warmed John up this morning so he’s very pleased about it.

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  • England fans heard singing anti-IRA songs again

    England fans sang anti-IRA songs during Tuesday's friendly in Italy despite efforts from the Football Association to stamp the chants out in the wake of last year's match in Scotland. England fans caused controversy last November when they chanted "F*** the IRA" during the 3-1 victory at Celtic Park. Any repeat during England's next match against the Republic of Ireland in Dublin on June 7 would lead to yet more criticism.

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  • Taoiseach rejects water-charges criticism from 'man with two pints in his hand'

    Taoiseach Enda Kenny said that he recently rejected criticism of water charges from a man who was holding two pints, saying that they cost the equivalent of ten weeks of water. Enda Kenny has again faced criticism in the Dáil for reports that the Government may allow unpaid bills to be deducted directly from wages.

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  • Liverpool fans never attacked my ambulance, insists Alan Smith

    The former Manchester United player dismissed one of the most depressing football tales in the latest issue of FourFourTwo magazine. In the Anfield clash of United and Liverpool in February 2006, Smith suffered a horrible injury, breaking his leg and dislocating his ankle as he attempted to block a free kick from John Arne Riise. With the usual bad blood bubbling between supporters of the clubs, rumours quickly spread after the game that Liverpool fans had attacked the ambulance taking Smith to hospital, throwing bottles and rocking the vehicle from side to side.

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  • Game of Controls - Sky update gives magical new powers to Planner

    The software update is now rolling out to customers and will be available to more than 8.5m homes in the UK and Ireland with compatible Sky+HD boxes by the end of June this year. The move comes just months after Sky began offering fibre broadband services in Ireland and just weeks ahead of the next season of Game of Thrones, which broadcasts on 13 April.

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  • The April Fool's Tech we kind of wish would stick around

    The technology world is always one of the most enthusiastic when it comes to April Fool’s jokes, and this year is no exception. Open up Google Maps and go to any location in the world, any at all. Look to the bottom left corner of the screen where the Street View option is and you’ll also see a Pac-man one. Why should contactless payment be limited to bank cards, smartphones and certain wristbands?

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  • The best and worst pranks we saw on social media on April Fool’s Day 2015

    If you’re reading this, it’s safe to say that you survived April Fool’s Day 2015 without being blinded by silly string or slipping on a banana skin and knocking yourself out. Social media has been awash with hilarious (and not-so-hilarious) April Fool’s pranks from celebrities trying to dupe their fans and brands trying to connect with the masses through humour (with varying degrees of success). Here’s our roundup of the LOL-worthy and pitifully poor April Fool’s gags we saw on social media today.

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  • Hodgson jumps to defence of beleaguered United 'destroyer'

    Roy Hodgson leapt to the defence of Phil Jones after he was criticised for his performance in England’s 1-1 draw with Italy. Jones looked off the pace at the bottom of a midfield diamond in Turin and he also allowed Giorgio Chiellini to brush past him and set Graziano Pelle up for Italy’s opener. Social media was awash with negative reaction to the 23-year-old’s performance, but Hodgson praised the Manchester United man instead, although he admitted his team looked far more comfortable when Michael Carrick was deployed there after coming on for the ill Chris Smalling.

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  • Facebook’s new HQ is a thing of beauty (photos)

    Code-named MPK20 (Menlo Park, building 20), the building was designed by architect Frank Gehry, and has a 9-acre park on the roof that has a half-mile walking trail, 400 trees and break-out places to work and reflect. Writing on his Facebook page, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said: “Our goal was to create the perfect engineering space for our teams to work together.

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  • Lidl ups competition as it plans to open 60 additional stores

    Competition in the Irish grocery trade is set to become even more intense following the disclosure by German discounter Lidl that it is looking for sites for more than 60 additional stores on both sides of the Border. Lidl is already one of the largest retailers in Ireland with 143 stores and a further 38 in Northern Ireland. The other German discount chain Aldi has 115 stores in the Republic but does not trade in Northern Ireland.

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  • Memorial to British in 1916 centenary

    Celebrations of the 1916 Easter Rising will include a memorial to the British who died trying to crush the rebellion in a bid to make events more inclusive. As the full programme of commemoration was unveiled, the Government was again attacked by some opposition figures for misjudging the tone of how to mark the centenary. Under the plans outlined at Collins Barracks by Taoiseach Enda Kenny and other ministers, all schools will receive a tricolour and copy of the proclamation in order to try and spark debate on how Ireland should evolve. Schools will hold “proclamation day” on March 15 next year to project forward the idea of what revolutionaries today would call for.

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  • Limerick will have five mayors from June

    LIMERICK is almost certain to create local government history in June by electing five mayors on the one day. Currently, two councillors – Kevin Sheahan (FF) and Michael Sheahan (FF) – can be seen donning mayoral chains at different functions. Kevin Sheahan has the title of Mayor Limerick City and County while his namesake is mayor for the Metropolitan District. Councillors in rural electoral areas – Newcastle West, Cappamore-Kilmallock and Adare-Rathkeale - have now revolted and are demanding their own mayoral chains from June.

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  • So Good They Bought It Twice

    Heather Humphreys (top) and 16, Moore Street, Dublin (above) Arts Minister Minister Heather Humphreys yesterday announced the state's plan to 'acquire' the building at 16 Moore Street (and adjacent...

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  • Irish universities to upgrade points system to attract British students - Irish Sun

    From September 2016 the Irish Universities Association will increase the number of entry points awarded ...

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