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walesonline
Tuesday, October 17, 2017wants more speakers, let them throw away their contraceptives. One has only to
walesonline / Posted 12 minutes ago
wants more speakers, let them throw away their contraceptives. One has only to look at the pathetic failure of the Irish Government to revive their “native” language, and the millions that has been wasted there. Pupils refused university... Read more
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Canberra Times
Two dead as Storm Ophelia batters Irelandhurricane strength winds 30 years ago to the day. The storm is expected to mov
Canberra Times / Posted 9 hours ago
hurricane strength winds 30 years ago to the day. The storm is expected to move towards western Scotland overnight. The Irish government said the storm was likely to be the worst since Hurricane Debbie, which killed 11 in Ireland in 1961. It is... Read more
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Daily Mail
Eye of 100mph Storm Ophelia batters Britainwere stranded by Ophelia after cross-Channel ferry companies cancelled services
Daily Mail / Posted 11 hours ago
were stranded by Ophelia after cross-Channel ferry companies cancelled services because of dangerous sea conditions. Irish government forecasters said the storm could be the most severe weather to hit the country since 1961 - when Hurricane... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Three dead as the worst storm to hit Ireland in 50 years makes landfallhurricane strength winds 30 years ago to the day. The storm is expected to mov
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 13 hours ago
hurricane strength winds 30 years ago to the day. The storm is expected to move towards western Scotland overnight. The Irish Government said the storm is likely to be the worst since Hurricane Debbie, which killed 11 in Ireland in 1961. It is... Read more
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Reuters
Three dead as Storm Ophelia batters IrelandStorm” of 1987, which subjected parts of the United Kingdom to hurricane streng
Reuters / Posted 15 hours ago
Storm” of 1987, which subjected parts of the United Kingdom to hurricane strength winds 30 years ago to the day. The Irish government said the storm was likely to be the worst since Hurricane Debbie, which killed 11 in Ireland in 1961. It... Read more
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Swissinfo
Three dead as Storm Ophelia batters IrelandStorm" of 1987, which subjected parts of the United Kingdom to hurricane streng
Swissinfo / Posted 15 hours ago
Storm" of 1987, which subjected parts of the United Kingdom to hurricane strength winds 30 years ago to the day. The Irish government said the storm was likely to be the worst since Hurricane Debbie, which killed 11 in Ireland in 1961. It... Read more
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WA Today
Two dead as Storm Ophelia batters Irelandhurricane strength winds 30 years ago to the day. The storm is expected to mov
WA Today / Posted 15 hours ago
hurricane strength winds 30 years ago to the day. The storm is expected to move towards western Scotland overnight. The Irish government said the storm was likely to be the worst since Hurricane Debbie, which killed 11 in Ireland in 1961. It is... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Two dead as Storm Ophelia batters Irelandhurricane strength winds 30 years ago to the day. The storm is expected to mov
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 16 hours ago
hurricane strength winds 30 years ago to the day. The storm is expected to move towards western Scotland overnight. The Irish government said the storm was likely to be the worst since Hurricane Debbie, which killed 11 in Ireland in 1961. It is... Read more
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The Age
Two dead as Storm Ophelia batters Irelandhurricane strength winds 30 years ago to the day. The storm is expected to mov
The Age / Posted 16 hours ago
hurricane strength winds 30 years ago to the day. The storm is expected to move towards western Scotland overnight. The Irish government said the storm was likely to be the worst since Hurricane Debbie, which killed 11 in Ireland in 1961. It is... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
One dead as the worst storm to hit Ireland in 50 years makes landfallhurricane strength winds 30 years ago to the day. The storm is expected to mov
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 16 hours ago
hurricane strength winds 30 years ago to the day. The storm is expected to move towards western Scotland overnight. The Irish Government said the storm is likely to be the worst since Hurricane Debbie, which killed 11 in Ireland in 1961. It is... Read more
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Swissinfo
Two dead as Storm Ophelia batters Irelandhurricane strength winds 30 years ago to the day. The storm is expected to mov
Swissinfo / Posted 17 hours ago
hurricane strength winds 30 years ago to the day. The storm is expected to move towards western Scotland overnight. The Irish government said the storm was likely to be the worst since Hurricane Debbie, which killed 11 in Ireland in 1961. It is... Read more
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The Irish Times
US supreme court to hear appeal in Microsoft warrant casehad successfully argued that data held in another international jurisdiction -
The Irish Times / Posted 17 hours ago
had successfully argued that data held in another international jurisdiction - in this case, Ireland - was a matter for the Irish government and the Garda. If a US court wanted data held in Ireland, it should be obtained using the existing, albeit... Read more
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Reuters
Storm Ophelia batters Ireland, trees and power lines downof the storm was expected to move across Ireland during the day before moving t
Reuters / Posted 19 hours ago
of the storm was expected to move across Ireland during the day before moving towards western Scotland overnight. The Irish government said the storm is likely to be the worst since Hurricane Debbie, which killed 11 in Ireland in 1961. The... Read more
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Daily Star
Irish mock Ophelia with hilarious Tweets as storm bears down on countrybeloved Tayto crisps as they batten down the hatches. Kate McLoughney spotted
Daily Star / Posted 21 hours ago
beloved Tayto crisps as they batten down the hatches. Kate McLoughney spotted two trucks carrying the brands and wrote: "Irish government rushing supplies in for Hurricane Ophelia. It'll all be grand." The full force of the hurricane will be... Read more
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techcentral.ie
Cubic Telecom signs up with Telstra Wholesale for Australian expansiona unique connectivity experience to its automotive customers in Australia. The
techcentral.ie / Posted 21 hours ago
a unique connectivity experience to its automotive customers in Australia. The deal signing ceremony formed part of the Irish Government trade mission to Australia, led by President Michael D. Higgins. The partnership will enable in-car access... Read more
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International Business Times
Storm Ophelia set to batter UK and Ireland with 'potentially deadly' winds Galway, Mayo, Clare, Cork, Kerry, Limerick and Waterford. The decision was take
International Business Times / Posted yesterday
Galway, Mayo, Clare, Cork, Kerry, Limerick and Waterford. The decision was taken following a special meeting of the Irish government task force on emergency planning. Forecasters said Monday would be a "day of huge contrasts" with the... Read more
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The Irish Times
Chris Johns: Hard Brexit is no longer a risk – it is the UK’s objectivethe UK’s wish is clear. It intends for the Border to remain open with no obstac
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
the UK’s wish is clear. It intends for the Border to remain open with no obstacles of any kind. If, after March 2019, the Irish Government co-operates with this fantasy, it will most likely end up being hauled before the European Court of Justice... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Ireland, U.K. brace for impact of strengthening Hurricane Opheliathe 30th anniversary of the Great Storm of 1987, which killed almost 20 people
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
the 30th anniversary of the Great Storm of 1987, which killed almost 20 people in Britain and felled 15 million trees. The Irish government is monitoring the situation, a spokesman said in an emailed statement. The red warning, indicating average... Read more
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Daily Star
Hurricane Ophelia EMERGENCY meeting called as UK faces 'danger to life' weather tomorrow965 miles south west of Ireland with winds of 105mph, the National Hurricane Ce
Daily Star / Posted yesterday
965 miles south west of Ireland with winds of 105mph, the National Hurricane Center said. Before the hurricane hits, the Irish government has summoned emergency services and the armed forces for a meeting to discuss preparations. Ireland’s... Read more
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Canberra Times
Hurricane Ophelia strengthens as heads towards Irelanddied in a plane crash in the Azores caused by Debbie. Get the latest news and
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
died in a plane crash in the Azores caused by Debbie. Get the latest news and updates emailed straight to your inbox. The Irish government is monitoring the situation, a spokesman said in an emailed statement. other services, such as mobile phone... Read more
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WA Today
Hurricane Ophelia strengthens as heads towards Irelanddied in a plane crash in the Azores caused by Debbie. Get the latest news and
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
died in a plane crash in the Azores caused by Debbie. Get the latest news and updates emailed straight to your inbox. The Irish government is monitoring the situation, a spokesman said in an emailed statement. other services, such as mobile phone... Read more
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The Age
Hurricane Ophelia strengthens as heads towards Irelanddied in a plane crash in the Azores caused by Debbie. Get the latest news and
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
died in a plane crash in the Azores caused by Debbie. Get the latest news and updates emailed straight to your inbox. The Irish government is monitoring the situation, a spokesman said in an emailed statement. other services, such as mobile phone... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Hurricane Ophelia strengthens as heads towards Irelanddied in a plane crash in the Azores caused by Debbie. Get the latest news and
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
died in a plane crash in the Azores caused by Debbie. Get the latest news and updates emailed straight to your inbox. The Irish government is monitoring the situation, a spokesman said in an emailed statement. other services, such as mobile phone... Read more
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The Irish Times
Kevin Roche: ‘I’m basically a problem-solving construction guy’name the most problematic building of his career: the Convention Centre in Dubl
The Irish Times / Posted 3 days ago
name the most problematic building of his career: the Convention Centre in Dublin, his only Irish construction. “The Irish government wanted a convention centre pretty much for free,” notes a dismayed colleague in Mark Noonan’s film. “There... Read more
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Boston Globe
Ophelia may become Ireland’s strongest storm since 1961in some areas, according to Weather Underground. Sixty people died in a plane c
Boston Globe / Posted 3 days ago
in some areas, according to Weather Underground. Sixty people died in a plane crash in the Azores caused by Debbie. The Irish government is monitoring the situation, a spokesman said in an emailed statement. It will decide later Friday whether... Read more
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The Irish Times
John FitzGerald: Budget 2018 contains missed opportunitiesyear there are some 30 documents published alongside the budget speech, includi
The Irish Times / Posted 4 days ago
year there are some 30 documents published alongside the budget speech, including some useful reviews from the Irish Government Economic and Evaluation Service. For this year’s budget, most of the decisions were clearly taken well in... Read more
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Scotsman
Joyce McMillan: Ireland first in line for Brexit betrayalDublin’s International Theatre Festival, two years ago, I saw a powerful play a
Scotsman / Posted 4 days ago
Dublin’s International Theatre Festival, two years ago, I saw a powerful play about the moment, back in 2010, when the Irish government had to accept the arrival in its corridors of EU and IMF officials sent to enforce not only general... Read more
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Computer Business Review
Irish High Court finally accepts $1bn Apple data centre planend as the Irish High Court gives it the go ahead. The drawn out process has p
Computer Business Review / Posted 4 days ago
end as the Irish High Court gives it the go ahead. The drawn out process has put tension on the relationship between the Irish government and the tech giant, with Apple cautioning the decision makers on potential damage to future... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Brexit negotiations deadlock was inevitable, Gerry Adams saysno deal is reached," he said. "While every effort must be made to persuade the
Irish Examiner / Posted 4 days ago
no deal is reached," he said. "While every effort must be made to persuade the British Government to engage properly, the Irish Government must now urgently accept the need for the north to be designated a special status within the EU. "This is... Read more
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The Irish Times
Steps finally being taken to change shameful data retention lawIt’s taken quite a while for the Irish Government to properly notice that, in A
The Irish Times / Posted 5 days ago
It’s taken quite a while for the Irish Government to properly notice that, in April 2014, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) resoundingly rejected the validity of the EU Data Retention Directive (Directive 2006/24/EC). That landmark ECJ decision... Read more
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Breitbart
Ireland Honours Marxist Mass Murderer Che Guevara as ‘Son of Irish Rebels’ with Commemorative StampThe Irish government authorised the production of a stamp honouring the ‘Irish
Breitbart / Posted 5 days ago
The Irish government authorised the production of a stamp honouring the ‘Irish roots’ of Argentinian Marxist and mass murder Ernesto “Che” Guevara. Ireland’s mail service An Post produced the stamp to mark the 50th anniversary of the death of... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Ireland just issued a Che Guevara stamp. In Miami, people are not happy.death of the Argentina-born figure who helped Fidel Castro topple the Batista r
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 5 days ago
death of the Argentina-born figure who helped Fidel Castro topple the Batista regime in 1959. To honor the occasion, the Irish government has released a one euro stamp featuring the image of the revolutionary. But across the Atlantic Ocean, the... Read more
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TheBull
Ireland unveils loans to help small businesses cope with BrexitThe Irish government unveiled Tuesday a 300-million-euro ($354 million) loan sc
TheBull / Posted 6 days ago
The Irish government unveiled Tuesday a 300-million-euro ($354 million) loan scheme for small businesses buffeted by Brexit, in a move designed to spur innovation and investment needed to tap new markets. 11.10.2017 09:30 AM The Irish government... Read more
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FOX News
Che Guevara stamp in Ireland outrages Cuban-AmericansCuban-Americans The iconic image of Ernesto “Che” Guevara that has graced t-sh
FOX News / Posted 6 days ago
Cuban-Americans The iconic image of Ernesto “Che” Guevara that has graced t-shirts, posters and coffee mugs is now an Irish government stamp, outraging Cuban-Americans who call the revolutionary pal of Fidel Castro a terrorist. Radio host... Read more
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FOX News
Che Guevara stamp in Ireland outrages Cuban-Americans(An Post) The iconic image of Ernesto “Che” Guevara that has graced t-shirts,
FOX News / Posted 6 days ago
(An Post) The iconic image of Ernesto “Che” Guevara that has graced t-shirts, posters and coffee mugs is now an Irish government stamp, outraging Cuban-Americans who call the revolutionary pal of Fidel Castro a terrorist. Radio host... Read more
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Gulf News
Ireland just issued a Che Guevara stamp. In Miami, people are not happydeath of the Argentina-born figure who helped Fidel Castro topple the Batista r
Gulf News / Posted 6 days ago
death of the Argentina-born figure who helped Fidel Castro topple the Batista regime in 1959. To honour the occasion, the Irish government has released a one euro stamp featuring the image of the revolutionary.But across the Atlantic Ocean, the... Read more
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Surrey Advertiser
Powers to deal with illegal traveller incursions to be examinedMP for Rayleigh and Wickford, agreed "I believe we should now look to a solutio
Surrey Advertiser / Posted 6 days ago
MP for Rayleigh and Wickford, agreed "I believe we should now look to a solution across the Irish Sea and adopt the Irish government system of making such deliberate acts of trespass a criminal offence," he told the Commons. Shadow housing... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Irish Ambassador Promises Wider Cooperation With Malawito increase its use in food production, and tuber crops such as sweet potatoes
AllAfrica.com / Posted 6 days ago
to increase its use in food production, and tuber crops such as sweet potatoes and Cassava. The final area that he said Irish government would explore more into is the area of human rights and accountability. "We will work closely with the... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Liam Neeson to receive prestigious award from President Higginsand have a track record of over 5 years of sustained support. Citing the Bally
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
and have a track record of over 5 years of sustained support. Citing the Ballymena-born actor as a 2017 recipient the Irish government described Neeson as an "extremely gifted and internationally renowned actor, Liam Neeson has helped to raise... Read more
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CNET
Apple may owe a lot of back taxes in Irelandtax -- amounted to illegal state aid from Ireland. Apple has said it obtained t
CNET / Posted 7 days ago
tax -- amounted to illegal state aid from Ireland. Apple has said it obtained the better rate through negotiations with the Irish government. The company operates two subsidiaries in Ireland. It doesn't have to pay US taxes on the money generated... Read more
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The Irish Times
Government criticised for failing to seek EU state aid exemptionof €200,000 over a three- year period for granting financial aid to enterprises
The Irish Times / Posted 7 days ago
of €200,000 over a three- year period for granting financial aid to enterprises. However, during the financial crisis, the Irish Government were given temporary permission from the competition directorate of the European Commission to increase the... Read more
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International Business Times
Airbnb paid only £188,000 in UK taxes despite collecting £657m in rental income EC also confirmed that it planned to take Ireland to court over its failure to
International Business Times / Posted 7 days ago
EC also confirmed that it planned to take Ireland to court over its failure to collect €13bn of back taxes from Apple. The Irish government claimed the deal was fair and it would not be collecting the taxes, while Apple described the demand as... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Cash boost for restoration of Quiet Man train stationup as a major tourist attraction by St Patrick's Day next year. It follows an
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
up as a major tourist attraction by St Patrick's Day next year. It follows an unexpected €80,000 (£71,802) grant from the Irish government, which came after campaigners - including Ballymena-born actor Liam Neeson - helped save it from... Read more
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express
EU'S FISHING FAILURE: Nations on brink as quotas put stocks at risk, says damning studyfor fishing vessels breaking laws and has not created a national register of in
express / Posted 10 days ago
for fishing vessels breaking laws and has not created a national register of infringements, as is required by EU law. The Irish Government argues this is because it would be a lengthy and expensive process. The country had a very low level of... Read more
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New Kerala
Veritas Launches New Research and Development Function in Ireland, Creating 250 Jobs by 2019 - newkerala news #278110in nurturing our talent and we hope future employees of Veritas in Dublin will
New Kerala / Posted 10 days ago
in nurturing our talent and we hope future employees of Veritas in Dublin will stay for years to come." IDA Ireland is the Irish Government Agency tasked with bringing foreign direct investment into Ireland through a wide range of services. IDA... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Ireland and Scotland allies in Brexit negotiations – Nicola Sturgeonfor Scotland’s businesses, universities, trade and jobs. “On virtually every i
Croydon Guardian / Posted 11 days ago
for Scotland’s businesses, universities, trade and jobs. “On virtually every issue of substance relating to Brexit, the Irish Government – and the Irish business community as a whole – has an ally in Scotland,” the First Minister said. “Like... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Ireland and Scotland allies in Brexit negotiations – Nicola Sturgeonfor Scotland’s businesses, universities, trade and jobs. “On virtually every i
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 11 days ago
for Scotland’s businesses, universities, trade and jobs. “On virtually every issue of substance relating to Brexit, the Irish Government – and the Irish business community as a whole – has an ally in Scotland,” the First Minister said. “Like... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Ireland and Scotland allies in Brexit negotiations – Nicola Sturgeonfor Scotland’s businesses, universities, trade and jobs. “On virtually every i
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 11 days ago
for Scotland’s businesses, universities, trade and jobs. “On virtually every issue of substance relating to Brexit, the Irish Government – and the Irish business community as a whole – has an ally in Scotland,” the First Minister said. “Like... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Ireland and Scotland allies in Brexit negotiations – Nicola Sturgeonfor Scotland’s businesses, universities, trade and jobs. “On virtually every i
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 11 days ago
for Scotland’s businesses, universities, trade and jobs. “On virtually every issue of substance relating to Brexit, the Irish Government – and the Irish business community as a whole – has an ally in Scotland,” the First Minister said. “Like... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Ireland and Scotland allies in Brexit negotiations – Nicola Sturgeonfor Scotland’s businesses, universities, trade and jobs. “On virtually every i
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 11 days ago
for Scotland’s businesses, universities, trade and jobs. “On virtually every issue of substance relating to Brexit, the Irish Government – and the Irish business community as a whole – has an ally in Scotland,” the First Minister said. “Like... Read more
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