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Eamonn campbell funeral punctuated by song and laughs
 
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Eamonn campbell funeral punctuated by song and laughs A lone piper playing The Foggy Dew led the cortege into the grounds of St Agnes’s Church in Crumlin, Dublin, for the funeral Mass of musician Eamonn Campbell yesterday. The former member of The Dubliners died last week in the Netherlands after falling ill while on tour. The coffin was carried into the church by a quartet of All-Ireland-winning Dublin stars: Philly McMahon, Kevin McManamon, Denis Bastick and Eoghan O’Gara. The Sam Maguire Cup was placed on top of it for the Mass, celebrated by fo...
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13 reasons why actor brandon flynn has come out in an emotional instagram post
 
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13 reasons why actor brandon flynn has come out in an emotional instagram post. Brandon Flynn, who plays Justin Foley on Netflix’s Thirteen Reasons Why, has come out as gay. The Australian actor said he was inspired to show solidarity for his community after seeing a ‘vote no’ message in the sky, “looming over Sydney.” He responded: “Thank you for raising money and hiring a pla...
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Wife of loughinisland suspect told councillor he was killer, documentary claims
 
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Wife of loughinisland suspect told councillor he was killer, documentary claims Mourners attend the 20th anniversary of the Loughinisland massacre in 2014 A hard-hitting new film on the Loughinisland massacre claims that the wife of a chief suspect named him as one of the killers in a letter to a nationalist councillor. The woman also admitted she was part of the plan to commit the murders, but didn't go through with it. Oscar-nominated No Stone Unturned names three men who formed the UVF gang responsible for the murder of six men as they watched a World Cup football match ...
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First look: adare manor reopens after 18-month refurbishment
 
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First look: adare manor reopens after 18-month refurbishment After an 18-month closure, the five-star Adare Manor and Golf Resort in Co Limerick will reopen to the public on Thursday. All the rooms have river, golf course, or garden views. The hotel was purchased by JP McManus and family in December 2014, and it has had a complete transformation and the addition of a new bedroom wing and ballroom. A new building – linked to the original manor house by a colonnade – brings the number of bedrooms up from 62 to 104. The new west wing is a replica of the orig...
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Cat who wouldn't stop sneaking into a police station gets adopted by a cop
 
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Cat who wouldn't stop sneaking into a police station gets adopted by a cop If you hang around someone enough, eventually they’ll be your friend.* *As long as you’re respectful and go away when asked, OBVIOUSLY, but if you’re a cat, this method definitely works. Learn from Kingsley, a cat who managed to wrangle himself a new home by showing up to a police station over and over again. Kingsley first arrived at South Carolina’s Columbia Police Department last month, when he turned up outside the station then dashed inside once the door was opened. Once he was inside, King...
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Cops probe new leads in hunt for missing jo jo dullard
 
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Cops probe new leads in hunt for missing jo jo dullard Gardai are probing fresh leads into the disappearance of Jo Jo Dullard who vanished almost 22 years ago and is believed to have been murdered. Senior officers met this week to launch a new investigation into “certain aspects” of what is one of Ireland’s most high profile cold cases. The 21-year-old disappeared in 1995 while hitch-hiking from Dublin to her home in Co Kilkenny. Her sister Mary Phelan, who insists she knows who the killer is, spent eight hours in the Leixlip Garda Station, Co Kilda...
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First look: adare manor reopens after 18-month refurbishment
 
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First look: adare manor reopens after 18-month refurbishment After an 18-month closure, the five-star Adare Manor and Golf Resort in Co Limerick will reopen to the public on Thursday. All the rooms have river, golf course, or garden views. The hotel was purchased by JP McManus and family in December 2014, and it has had a complete transformation and the addition of a new bedroom wing and ballroom. A new building – linked to the original manor house by a colonnade – brings the number of bedrooms up from 62 to 104. The new west wing is a replica of the orig...
Views: 1692 Lifestyle News
First photo of latest gangland feud victim kane mccormack
 
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First photo of latest gangland feud victim kane mccormack This is the first photo of the latest victim of the Kinahan/Hutch gangland feud Kane McCormack. The body of the 24-year-old was discovered by a walker in Walterstown, Co Meath, at around 11am yesterday morning. Dublin Live has learned that McCormack, also known as Kirwan, was a son of slain Noel “Duck Egg” Kirwan, who was ed as part of the same feud last year. Duck Egg was a close pal of Gerry “The Monk” Hutch. It is believed that McCormack was not a member of the Hutch gang, but was looking for...
Views: 1620 Lifestyle News
Power for the masses: watteam's single leg powerbeat costs just $260
 
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Power for the masses: watteam's single leg powerbeat costs just $260. Launched a few years back, Watteam’s Powerbeat powermeter was an interesting take on power measurement. The system works with your existing crank (provided it's alloy), and the DIY installation sees the sensor glued to your crank arms — it is also the first brand to crack the sub $500 dollar power m...
Views: 1260 Lifestyle News
Man has kept unopened present from ex for 47 years – can you guess what's inside?
 
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Man has kept unopened present from ex for 47 years – can you guess what's inside? FACEBOOK/ADRIAN PEARCE NO TIME LIKE THE PRESENTS: Adrian has resisted the urge to open the gift for almost 5 decades While many of us can’t wait to open our Christmas prezzies, one man left a gift unwrapped for 47 years. Adrian Pearce has held onto a present from his ex-girlfriend for almost five decades. Even though he was dumped by his former flame, he has got out the mystery package every year since.   Thought the usual 'It's not you it's me' line was bad? Well These break-up reasons will lea...
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‘the most beautiful house in ireland’ is up for sale
 
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‘the most beautiful house in ireland’ is up for sale A genuinely magnificent country house, Castletown Cox in County Kilkenny is as grand a residence as anyone could ever wish for. 36,000 square feet. 513 acres. 10 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, plus a list of other spaces which sound as if they’ve been lifted from a Cluedo board: the billiard room, the music room, the wine cellar. There’s even a ‘model room’. The main house on the Castletown Estate – often known as Castletown Cox – near Carrick-on-Suir in County Kilkenny (which is on the market via Knig...
Views: 1352 Lifestyle News
Gabrielle union describes her rape in harrowing detail in her new book
 
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Gabrielle union describes her rape in harrowing detail in her new book Published: 13:49 EDT, 19 October 2017 | Updated: 13:59 EDT, 19 October 2017 Gabrielle Union has been incredibly candid about her experience of getting raped at gunpoint as a teenager, and her latest harrowing account of the horrific assault is no different. The 44-year-old actress has spoke openly about the traumatic event since she first rose to fame in the early 2000s, but the shocking, detailed account she gives in her book We're Going to Need More Wine truly drives home the star's commitment...
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Luke comer buys wicklow stud farm for €2.53m
 
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Luke comer buys wicklow stud farm for €2.53m Billionaire developer Luke Comer has purchased Ballinteskin Stud, Co Wicklow at auction for €2.53million. The country estate on 120 acres near Enniskerry and Roundwood, Co Wicklow was placed on the market in September with an AMV (advised minimum value) of €2.5million. There were four parties competing for the property when bidding opened at €1.5million through auctioneer Willie Coonan. Once it was declared on the market at €2.53million, Comer’s was the final bid. Luke Comer at Hersil Wood, Knoc...
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Christie brinkley admits to getting cosmetic procedures done
 
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Christie brinkley admits to getting cosmetic procedures done Christie Brinkley's youthful looks are a testament to her healthy lifestyle and skincare regimen, but the model, 63, admits that she's had some help from two non-invasive, non-surgical anti-ageing procedures: Xeomin for her frown lines and Ultherapy for her neck and chest. Brinkley aimed "never to look different" when signing up for the procedures (her face has been known for decades, after all). "But I'm almost 64," she explained to People. "At a certain point, you might need a little something...
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Remembering the jolly giant: scotland’s toys “r” us
 
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Remembering the jolly giant: scotland’s toys “r” us. Founded in Scotland on 7 August 1980, toy superstore Jolly Giant expanded over two decades until there were more than a dozen outlets up and down the British Isles. Jolly Giants were typically housed within large warehouse buildings and located in out of town areas, within easy reach of major road l...
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‘the most beautiful house in ireland’ is up for sale
 
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‘the most beautiful house in ireland’ is up for sale A genuinely magnificent country house, Castletown Cox in County Kilkenny is as grand a residence as anyone could ever wish for. 36,000 square feet. 513 acres. 10 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, plus a list of other spaces which sound as if they’ve been lifted from a Cluedo board: the billiard room, the music room, the wine cellar. There’s even a ‘model room’. The main house on the Castletown Estate – often known as Castletown Cox – near Carrick-on-Suir in County Kilkenny (which is on the market via Knig...
Views: 1980 Lifestyle News
Pregnant woman loses home after all-night parties
 
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Pregnant woman loses home after all-night parties Zoe Byrne leaving court after the case. Photo: Courtpix A 23-year-old pregnant woman, who made life intolerable for her neighbours due to her antisocial lifestyle, has lost her local authority home on the direction of a judge. Judge Jacqueline Linnane said the behaviour of Zoe Byrne, of Pearse Street, Sallynoggin, Co Dublin, was "nothing short of a disgrace" and granted Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council a possession order that will leave Ms Byrne homeless this Christmas. She said in the Circ...
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Where con o'callaghan was when sport award was announced says a lot about him
 
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Where con o'callaghan was when sport award was announced says a lot about him A number of people were surprised when James McClean was named the RTE Sportsperson of the Year at the weekend. The Derry native received the award for his performances in a Republic of Ireland jersey, with his winning goal against Wales standing out as one of the sporting moments of the year. But the Boys in Green failed to qualify for the World Cup and some sport fans took issue with McClean picking up the award for this reason. Dublin star Con O'Callaghan on the other hand won a savage amount...
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Young farmer lost in river tragedy had 'zest for living', says priest
 
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Young farmer lost in river tragedy had 'zest for living', says priest The coffin of Declan Davitt is carried by mourners at Killeen, Louisburgh, Co Mayo, yesterday. Photo: Keith Heneghan The funeral of a young farmer who lost his life in a drowning tragedy in the early hours of Christmas Day has heard how he had "so much potential, and energy and zest for living". Hundreds of mourners from as far as New Zealand and Scotland came to attend yesterday's funeral of Declan Davitt (26), from Curradavit, Louisburgh, Co Mayo, which took place at the Church of the Holy Fam...
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A look at crossrail’s liverpool st station ticket hall
 
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A look at crossrail’s liverpool st station ticket hall. When it opens next year, the Elizabeth line’s station at Liverpool Street will be so long that it creates an entirely new link to the Northern line that was never possible before. This is thanks to the fact that the Liverpool Street station will reach all the way to Moorgate, where it will link with...
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File being prepared for dpp over x-rated gaa celebrations
 
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File being prepared for dpp over x-rated gaa celebrations A file is being prepared for the DPP into an incident which allegedly took place in Co Kilkenny last week. X-rated celebrations took place in a pub two days after St Patrick’s Ballyragget GAA club won the Kilkenny County intermediate hurling final. Lewd images appeared online of an event, described by the GAA as a private function. Strippers could be seen cavorting naked in the boozer, and one woman was pictured apparently performing a sex act on a young man. Parish priest urges Ballyragget part...
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Obituary - eamonn campbell, guitarist, record producer and member of the dubliners
 
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Obituary - eamonn campbell, guitarist, record producer and member of the dubliners Obituary - Eamonn Campbell, guitarist, record producer and member of The Dubliners Guitarist, record producer and member of The Dubliners Born: November 29, 1946; Died: October 18, 2017 EAMONN Campbell, who has died aged 70, was a talented guitarist, producer and arranger who was best known as a member of The Dubliners, the Irish folk band that had a number of hits including a version of The Irish Rover with The Pogues in the 1980s. He also produced the popular 1982 version of The Fields of Athe...
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Irish gangland murder victim's eerie prediction before death
 
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Irish gangland murder victim's eerie prediction before death Irish gangland victim Kane McCormack eerily predicted his own death before his brutal murder. The 24-year-old's body was found dumped in a field in Walterstown, Co Meath on Saturday. He was shot three times and is believed to have been gunned down as part of the ongoing Kinahan/Hutch gangland feud. McCormack, also known as Kirwan, was a son of slain Noel “Duck Egg” Kirwan, a close pal of Gerry 'The Monk' Hutch. It is believed that McCormack was not a member of the Hutch gang, but was looking for...
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Landlord in rté exposé has record of overcrowded housing
 
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Landlord in rté exposé has record of overcrowded housing One of the landlords featured in the RTÉ Investigates exposé on overcrowded, unsafe and unsanitary lettings has a track record of cramming people into accommodation and raking in thousands of euro a month. Another works part-time in boxing as ringside support and assisted in the recent fight in Las Vegas that preceded Conor McGregor’s bout with Floyd Mayweather. A third ran a cannabis farm from the attic of his former home in south Dublin while simultaneously operating a rickshaw business in Dub...
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Dublin stars wed in fabulous country ceremony in cavan
 
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Dublin stars wed in fabulous country ceremony in cavan Dublin football star Paul Flynn has married Dublin Ladies' All-Ireland winner Fiona Hudson in a stunning ceremony in Co. Cavan this weekend. The happy couple swapped vows in front of a host of well-known guests at a picturesque local church, before moving onto the ceremony in Virginia Park Lodge. More than 250 friends and family joined the pair for their special day. Flynn, who admitted that he was nervous ahead of the wedding, had one of his teammates to support him on the altar as Fiona made h...
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What is x factor judge louis walsh's net worth and who has he managed before?
 
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What is x factor judge louis walsh's net worth and who has he managed before? Louis Walsh is a television personality and former music manager. He has managed two of the Republic of Ireland’s most well known boybands: Westlife and Boyzone. However, Walsh is best known for his career starring as one of the judges on ITV’s music reality show, The X Factor. As well as starring on the show, Walsh has judged on TV shows including Popstars: The Rivals, where he helped discover Girls Aloud, You’re a Star, Irish Popstars, and Ireland’s Got Talent. What is his background? And how ...
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Skin cancer symptoms: four ways to spot deadly melanoma on the scalp
 
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Skin cancer symptoms: four ways to spot deadly melanoma on the scalp GETTYSkin cancer symptom: Moles can appear on the scalpSkin cancer rates are on the rise with cases of melanoma - the most deadly type - doubling since the 1990s. While many people are aware to looks for signs on the face, arms and bodies, skin cancer can also appear as stripes on your nails and even beneath your hair. Award-winning, celebrity hairstylist Edward James is working to raise awareness about the latter, lesser known symptom. With early diagnosis often key to successful treatment, he ...
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Limerick criminal thomas o'neill recovering following attack
 
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Limerick criminal thomas o'neill recovering following attack CRIMINAL figure Thomas O’Neill is said to be recovering after he was assaulted during an incident in County Limerick earlier this week. The 29-year-old, who is originally from the Prospect area of the city, sustained a number of ‘slash wounds’ to his arms and upper body after he was set upon in the Fedamore area on Tuesday afternoon. O’Neill, who is married to high profile former State witness April Collins, was treated at University Hospital Limerick following the incident but has since been di...
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Ray o'rourke: mayo-born 'pony boy' building a global construction empire
 
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Ray o'rourke: mayo-born 'pony boy' building a global construction empire Laing O’Rourke chief executive Ray O’Rourke. Picture: Jonathan Goldberg Ray O'Rourke began his career in engineering and construction in 1966, when he worked as a 'pony boy', pulling carts in and out of a tunnel for the construction of London's Victoria tube line. Today, the multibillion pound company that he and his brother Des founded and built up from their first £2,300 contract, Laing O'Rourke, is constructing a new tunnel for the Northern Line tube extension. These days it's using giant bor...
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Pictured: seven men charged in connection with mass brawl in dublin pub
 
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Pictured: seven men charged in connection with mass brawl in dublin pub L-R; Scott Capper, Dean Smith, Paul Brannigan and Robert Gaynor SEVEN men have appeared in court charged in connection with a major public order incident in a pub in Finglas last month. The men did not apply for bail and they were remanded in custody to Cloverhill Prison for one week. The seven accused are David Mulvey (35), Gerard Hogg (33) and Robert Gaynor (27) all of Berryfield Drive in Finglas, and Dean Thomas (26) of Glenties Drive in Finglas; Scott Capper (28), of Capppgh Green in Finglas...
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Are you a gael, a celt, a viking or british? ireland’s dna revealed by region
 
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Are you a gael, a celt, a viking or british? ireland’s dna revealed by region By Dan BuckleyAre you a Gael, a Celt, a Viking or British? According to a new study, it may depend on where you live in Ireland. The first genetic map of the Irish reveals geographic clusters that reflect the impact of immigration, invasion, and plantation. Seven of those clusters show Gaelic ancestry, aligned with the borders of ancient kingdoms, while three show a shared ancestry with the British. Researchers led by the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) and the Genealogical Society o...
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St davnet's mental health unit to get upgrade
 
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St davnet's mental health unit to get upgrade st_davnets.jpg Planning has been approved for a major upgraded of facilities at the Mental Health Unit on site of St Davnet’s Campus in Monaghan. John Hayes, Chief Officer for HSE Community Healthcare Organisation Area 1, (Cavan, Donegal, Leitrim, Monaghan & Sligo) expressed delight that approval has been given to proceed with the development of the site at Oriel House, St Davnet’s Campus, Rooskey Monaghan. The building which was formerly used as a residential unit for Older Persons will be exte...
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Donegal council begins removal of 2,000 tons of waste from illegal dump
 
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Donegal council begins removal of 2,000 tons of waste from illegal dump Donegal County Council has begun removing waste illegally dumped near Letterkenny by former waste collector Jim Ferry, whose arrest has been ordered by the High Court. A contractor acting for the council on Tuesday began the process of taking away surface waste from an 4.5-hectare (11-acre) site at Rossbracken, which is in a Special Conservation Area on the shore of Lough Swilly on the Wild Atlantic Way between Letterkenny and Buncrana. One of the fire-damaged sheds at the site of Ferry’s Refuse...
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Mum panics as breast milk changes colour - there's an amazing explanation why
 
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Mum panics as breast milk changes colour - there's an amazing explanation why As mums who have breastfed will attest, breast milk goes through all sorts of changes as it adapts to a baby's needs. Initially after birth, your breasts produce small amounts of a rich, nutritious milk called colostrum, which midwives often refer to as "liquid gold." Around 48 to 72 hours after birth, mature milk comes in, which is more abundant than colostrum and less concentrated. A mum's milk will continue to change over time, even changing colour depending on what she's eaten. But it gets a...
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'drug used for church sacrament' - sect leader
 
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'drug used for church sacrament' - sect leader Marcus McCabe. Photo: Collins Courts A religious sect leader who claimed he imported a hallucinogenic drug to prepare a revered sacrament for his church's ceremonies has been spared a jail sentence. Food producer and Santo Daime church leader in Ireland Marcus McCabe (56), from Burdautien, Clones, Co Monaghan, appeared at Dublin District Court to contest a charge under the Misuse of Drugs Act. He said he believed the prosecution was against the fundamental rights of his church which has its orig...
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'majority of st patrick's ballyragget hurling team had nothing to do with those events in the pub'
 
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'majority of st patrick's ballyragget hurling team had nothing to do with those events in the pub' A sign wishing the St Patrick’s team good luck in their hurling county final. Photo: Mark Condren The young man at the centre of the Ballyragget GAA lewd photo controversy is a member of the club's intermediate county championship winning team. The man, who is from a townland close to Ballyragget, was celebrating his 21st birthday on Tuesday night, with a small group of team mates from the Co Kilkenny club. Photos and video from the incident - which occurred two days after the club won the count...
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Windhoist begins multi-million-pound turbine project in morocco
 
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Windhoist begins multi-million-pound turbine project in morocco Ayrshire business Windhoist are erecting turbines in Morocco AYRSHIRE-BASED Windhoist have commenced work on a near £300 million wind farm in Morocco, it was announced yesterday. The company, whose head office is at Meadowhead Industrial Estate in Irvine, won the contract to erect 56 giant wind turbines for the new Aftissat Wind Farm. Work began yesterday on site in the Western Sahara desert. The news came on the same day that Windhoist announced the completion of a wind farm in County Meath in ...
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A fechin great buy: church in termonfeckin for €130k
 
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A fechin great buy: church in termonfeckin for €130k No sniggering down the back, now. St Fechin’s Church in Termonfeckin, Co Louth, a fine looking church, is for sale for €130,000. The ex-Church of Ireland church, built about 1792 but closed for the past seven years, is now on the market with Sullivan Property Consultants in Drogheda. “The former Church of Ireland church in the small village in Co Louth (population 653 in the 2006 census, growing to 1,443 in 2011) has all its original features. It is 158sq m or 1,701 sq ft, with an entrance hallw...
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Kane mccormack lured to his death by men he knew, gardaí believe
 
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Kane mccormack lured to his death by men he knew, gardaí believe The Garda foiled an attempt on the life of Kane McCormack three months ago and believe he was lured to his death by men he trusted over the weekend. The 24-year-old was shot dead and his body discovered on farmland in Co Meath at the weekend. His death is believed to be linked to the Kinahan-Hutch feud. McCormack’s father Noel Kirwan (62) was shot dead in Christmas week last year. If it is confirmed, as gardaí suspect, that the father and son were ed by the Kinahan gang, it would bring the feud ...
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Gangland victim was 'the happiest, most carefree person you could meet', funeral told
 
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Gangland victim was 'the happiest, most carefree person you could meet', funeral told Mourners at the funeral of ing victim Jamie Tighe Ennis (inset) A man shot dead in a gangland attack on a Dublin street has been remembered today as as someone who had a big smile, a contagious laugh, and who would do anything for his family. Jamie Tighe Ennis (24) was gunned down in front of his friends on Moatview Avenue in Coolock in the early hours of Saturday October 28. He was a close associate of the chief suspect in the double ing of mother-of-six Antoinette Corbally (48) and innocent lo...
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Rescue 116 report highlights crew lifejacket issues
 
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Rescue 116 report highlights crew lifejacket issues A new report in the aftermath of the Rescue 116 tragedy has highlighted warnings made before the crash that lifejackets supplied to pilots were 'not fit for purpose.' An investigation by RTE's Primetime revealed that the company that runs the search and rescue helicopter service, CHC Ireland, received repeated warnings about pilot's lifejackets The helicopter crashed into Blackrock Island, off the Co Mayo coast in March, claiming the lives of all four people on board. The bodies of Captain Dara ...
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Uvf supergrass 'wanted to hound and expose fellow informer and terror chief'
 
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Uvf supergrass 'wanted to hound and expose fellow informer and terror chief' Update 5.57pm: Loyalist paramilitary commander-turned-supergrass Gary Haggarty wanted to hound and expose a well-known fellow informer and terror chief, a court has been told. Mark Haddock was shot and badly injured during an attack in north Belfast in 2006 but survived. Haggarty has admitted that he was part of a conspiracy to the former leading Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF) member. Loyalist 'Supergrass' Gary Haggarty, (2nd from left), with his terrror gang, the infamous Mount Vernon Ulster Vol...
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Irish distillers releases midleton dair ghaelach bluebell forest edition
 
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Irish distillers releases midleton dair ghaelach bluebell forest edition Midleton Dair Ghaelach Bluebell Forest Edition. Irish Distillers has unveiled the next chapter in its virgin Irish oak collection of single pot still Irish whiskeys; Midleton Dair Ghaelach Bluebell Forest edition. This offering has been finished in barrels made from Irish oak grown in the Bluebell Forest of Castle Blunden Estate in Co. Kilkenny. Dair Ghaelach, which is Gaelic for ‘Irish oak’, is the result of eight years of experiments at the Midleton Distillery in Co. Cork into using into using...
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'telling dad that martin had died was the hardest thing i ever did' - farmireland.ie
 
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'telling dad that martin had died was the hardest thing i ever did' - farmireland.ie Martin Snr, Willie John and Martin Jnr (33) all worked closely together to ensure Kehoe Farming was a success with a contracting arm, haylage and animal bedding business, a new robotic dairy unit and tillage farming and the Fibregold animal feed business that was headed by Martin Jnr. "Martin started very early in the mornings and worked hard all day, he was a good family man. "He made time for the children every evening," says Willie John of Martin Jnr and Kerrie's children Aoibheann (5), Saoir...
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Woman loses 5.5st in 8 months naturally – this is how
 
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Woman loses 5.5st in 8 months naturally – this is how. ANGELA CRICKMORE lost an impressive 5.5st by doing this simple thing. For Angela Crickmore, a visit from her hairdresser changed the course of her life. This is because when the hairdresser came around to Angela’s house, the Nottingham resident noticed her friend had lost 1.5st – which made Angela r...
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Rebecha to be the face of special olympics games
 
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Rebecha to be the face of special olympics games Rebecha McAuley The 2018 Special Olympics Ireland Games will take place in Dublin next June, and Bray woman Rebecha McAuley has been selected as the face of the event. The badminton player and member of Lakers will be on radio and TV, posters and more as part of the public campaign of the games. Last week she was on television with Ireland AM on TV3 and much more will follow in the coming months. Rebecha was in Limerick where the team took home gold and said that she 'can't wait' to compete in D...
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Dude gets drunk, proceeds to drive stolen golf buggy to mcdonald's. because of course he does.
 
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Dude gets drunk, proceeds to drive stolen golf buggy to mcdonald's. because of course he does.. Everyone goes on a little bender now and then — I 'may' have lost a sock during a drunken stupor on a plane last week — but I can honestly say even my most inebriated self has never stolen a golf cart... let alone driven said pilfered buggy miles down the road to get a late night Big Mac. Image: Ant...
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An all-you-can-eat bbq restaurant is opening in cabot circus
 
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An all-you-can-eat bbq restaurant is opening in cabot circus If you’re a fan of meat – and lots of it – then Bristol’s newest restaurant is about to become your regular hang out. Casa Brasil, an all you can eat BBQ restaurant, is about to open its first Bristol site in Cabot Circus. The chain already has restaurants in Brighton, Bournemouth, and Portsmouth, and is extremely popular, so it’s expected to be a huge hit when it opens its doors next month. These are the cleanest Indian takeaways and restaurants in Bristol Boards have gone up in the space which...
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Old world charm in the royal county but close to the city
 
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Old world charm in the royal county but close to the city A Georgian house on five acres in Meath, modernised in keeping with the simple, elegant style of the original, feels like it’s in the heart of the country, although it’s just a half-hour drive to Dublin airport. Bellewstown House’s owners bought it before auction for over €2 million in 2007 and renovated it extensively, before putting it back on the market in 2009, when work necessitated a move to Dublin. The asking price then was €1.85 million, but it didn’t sell. Pretty much unchanged since th...
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Dutch police will hunt down irish gangs
 
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Dutch police will hunt down irish gangs By Cormac O'KeeffeIrish criminals in the Netherlands will be “tracked down” and “handed over to the Irish authorities”, Dutch police say. The warning was made after police there arrested eight people, including three Irish nationals, as part of a “large-scale drug investigation” targeting the Kinahan crime cartel. In an operation in Amsterdam with the gardaí, Dutch police confiscated 175kg of drugs, a computer generating bitcoin, and two vacuum-packed bags of cash. Police suspect the criminals w...
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