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 2019-10-13 08:24 

Irish Independent

Garda investigating death of man after fire in Cork city park...
 2019-10-13 08:24 

Irish Independent

Garda launch murder investigation after man died following severe beating near Cork park...

Cork garda are set to launch a murder investigation after a man died following a severe beating....

 2019-10-13 08:00 

Irish Independent

Eamonn Sweeney: 'Mick McCarthy is the Brexit Manager. Kenny era just can't come soon enough'...

For how much longer do we tolerate Mick McCarthy? Stephen Kenny's accession to the Irish manager's job can't come soon enough. The only good thing about perhaps the most boring game in...

 2019-10-13 07:55 

RTE

Nationalists eye second term as voting begins in Poland...

Voters in Poland have begun voting in a polarising general election which the governing populists look set to win on the back of welfare measures and attacks on LGBT rights, but their majority is at risk, giving opposition parties a narrow chance to snatc...

 2019-10-13 07:37 

RTE

California wildfires ease as evacuation orders lifted...

Wildfires raging across southern California have abated with evacuation orders lifted after 100,000 people were forced to flee their homes....

 2019-10-13 07:36 

Irish Independent

Hailey Baldwin, Justin Bieber and the Christian 'mega church' that brought them together...

As far as celebrity driven 'super-churches' go, Hillsong is chief among them....

 2019-10-13 07:32 

Irish Independent

'A young man came up on a bicycle and shot a guy dead in his car' - how Sheriff Street feud inspired Darklands...

Almost a decade ago writer/director Mark O'Connor was filming his debut feature, Between the Canals, in and around Sheriff Street in Dublin's inner city when the idea for his new crime...

 2019-10-13 07:11 

RTE

President Higgins embarks on state visit to Cyprus...

President Michael D Higgins will arrive in Cyprus today as he embarks on a three-day state visit to the Eastern Mediterranean island....

 2019-10-13 06:24 

Irish Independent

Typhoon Hagibis: At least 19 people dead, 16 missing after massive flooding, landslides and power cuts in Japan...

Kyodo News service reports that 19 people are dead and 16 are missing after Typhoon Hagibis caused massive flooding in Japan....

 2019-10-13 06:18 

Irish Independent

David Mitchell defends BBC over Naga Munchetty complaints controversy...

Comedian David Mitchell has defended the BBC for its recent handling of complaints against journalist Naga Munchetty, and said the corporation would be missed if it were axed....

 2019-10-13 06:04 

Irish Independent

Hong Kong protesters plan assemblies in 18 districts...

Black-clad protesters calling for political reforms have started gathering in several Hong Kong districts....

 2019-10-13 06:00 

RTE

Pietro Bartolo the 'Doctor of Lampedusa'...
 2019-10-13 06:00 

Irish Independent

State flood schemes hit by long delays...

Almost a third of the Government's major flood relief schemes are delayed, with some projects already three years behind schedule....

 2019-10-13 06:00 

Irish Independent

How exporters can avoid pitfalls posed by Brexit...

Alan O'Neill, author of Premium is the New Black, is managing director of Kara Change Management, specialists in strategy, culture and people development. Go to www.kara.ie...

 2019-10-13 06:00 

Irish Independent

Colm McCarthy: 'Hard border may be avoided - but a hard Brexit has damaging downsides'...

If the visible version of the latest UK withdrawal plan comes to pass, it avoids a hard border and preserves the Good Friday Agreement - but there is a downside....

 2019-10-13 06:00 

Irish Independent

Young GAA players told they must report concussion worries...

Adolescent GAA players are less likely to report a concussion if it interferes with an important match, according to a new study....

 2019-10-13 06:00 

Irish Independent

Chanelle McCoy to launch CBD pharma company in Galway...

Chanelle McCoy, who co-founded pharmaceutical company Chanelle Medical, has formed a separate firm focused on developing pharmaceutical-grade cannabidiol (CBD)....

 2019-10-13 06:00 

Irish Independent

Donal Lynch: 'Why Ellen's friendship with George W shouldn't bother us'...

To put it in Irish terms, it looked like Ellen DeGeneres had...

 2019-10-13 06:00 

Irish Independent

Ireland hosts global gender awards...

The inaugural Professional Women's Network (PWN) Global Gender Balanced Leadership Awards took place on Friday night....

 2019-10-13 06:00 

Irish Independent

Poland's right follows Trump's rust-belt formula...

For single mother Katarzyna Staszewska, the change of government in Poland four years ago meant her family got to visit the seaside for the first time....

 2019-10-13 06:00 

Irish Independent

Editorial: 'Protection inquiry must establish facts'...

The details which have emerged in the High Court, and are further reported on in this newspaper today, of a protection racket related to the provision of much-needed social housing in D...

 2019-10-13 06:00 

Irish Independent

'Prizes appeal to the eternal child within' - John Banville writes on...

It is perhaps wiser to judge a man in how he handles life's disappointments than how he behaves at the height of his success....

 2019-10-13 06:00 

Irish Independent

Gene Kerrigan: 'Well-bred thieves they were, and liars too'...

We're having a Casablanca moment. You may know that movie scene where Bogart's nightclub is abruptly closed down when the corrupt cop declares himself,...

 2019-10-13 06:00 

Irish Independent

Opportunity knocks in eurozone markets...

For Irish businesses seeking to grow exports, the eurozone has never looked so appealing. If it's a market you have yet to explore, Enterprise Ireland's new and practical skills-buildin...

 2019-10-13 06:00 

Irish Independent

What happened to the State's 18bn corporation tax windfall?...

Four years ago, corporation tax receipts began to rise significantly. At the time, questions were asked about whether this was due to the one-off profit-shifting behaviour of just a cou...

 2019-10-13 06:00 

Irish Independent

Harris warns of 'defeatist' attitude within Fine Gael's ranks...

Health Minister Simon Harris warned his colleagues of a...

 2019-10-13 06:00 

Irish Independent

Tourism sector shares its woes with retailers as Brexit looms...

A budget with no surprises makes for little news. And while there was a naturally muted reaction to the speech on Tuesday, there was a very lively debate at the Retail Excellence annual...

 2019-10-13 06:00 

Irish Independent

Pret a Manger sets its sights on Irish expansion...

Well-known sandwich chain Pret a Manger is set to open in Ireland early next year....

 2019-10-13 06:00 

Irish Independent

Musgraves, BWG seek suppliers' Brexit plans...

Two of Ireland's largest retail groups, Musgraves and BWG Foods, have contacted suppliers requesting that they disclose their plans for dealing with Brexit, in emails seen by the Sunday...

 2019-10-13 06:00 

Irish Independent

US tech firm swoops for Altify in $84m deal...

Altify, an Irish sales software developer, has been acquired by US technology company Upland Software in a deal worth nearly $84m (76m)....

 2019-10-13 06:00 

Irish Independent

Give your career a workout by dreaming even bigger...

What prevents us from reaching our full potential? Do we fear failure? Do we worry what our friends or family might say? I often think it's because we don't dream big enough. We settle...

 2019-10-13 06:00 

Irish Independent

If you walk slowly at 45, you age faster...

William Blake did it dreamily, Sigmund Freud languidly, and Albert Einstein did it almost religiously. Of all human activities, few are so readily credited with enhancing the power of t...

 2019-10-13 06:00 

Irish Independent

Up to 20 gardai to be interviewed in the latest phase of corruption probe...

Up to 20 rank and file gardai will be interviewed in the next phase of a wide-ranging criminal investigation into corruption in the force....

 2019-10-13 06:00 

Irish Independent

'Now they're going after Giuliani' tweets Trump...

Donald Trump yesterday tweeted...

 2019-10-13 06:00 

Irish Independent

Colm O'Rourke: 'New Junior cycle is dumbing down our education system'...

Education Minister Joe McHugh recently overruled the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NCCA) and made sure that History was not an optional subject for the new Junior cycl...

 2019-10-13 06:00 

Irish Independent

Johnny Duhan: 'The boys are back in town: sharing my basement flat in Dublin 4 with Phil Lynott and Gary Moore'...

Having spent a couple of years in London with the band Granny's Intentions, I was back in Dublin living alone in a basement in Anglesea Road, close to Donnybrook Church, when Phil Lynot...

 2019-10-13 06:00 

Irish Independent

Eoghan Harris: 'Talks vindicate Micheal Martin's calls for bilateral backchannels'...

Five million people in the Irish Republic have reason to rejoice that London and Dublin are talking directly to each other again - as Micheal Martin has long advocated....

 2019-10-13 06:00 

Irish Independent

Ciara Kelly: 'Period poverty fussing a cover for our imploding health service'...

Hmmmmm... tackling period poverty. To be honest, I'm kind of calling bulls**t on this new 'initiative'....

 2019-10-13 06:00 

Irish Independent

United Airlines warns of January wait for return of grounded 737 Max...

United Airlines has given up on carrying passengers on Boeing's 737 Max this year, removing the grounded jet from its schedule until January 6....

 2019-10-13 06:00 

Irish Independent

Dr John Kelly: 'Cardinal Newman finally and fittingly crowned prince of Catholic Church'...

John Henry Newman, the founder and first rector of the Catholic University of Ireland, the precursor of University College Dublin, will be canonized by Pope Francis in Rome today. It wi...

 2019-10-13 06:00 

Irish Independent

Eilis O'Hanlon: 'It's modern life itself that causes stress, not just work'...

Hell is other people. So said French philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre. It appears those other people agree with him, at least when it comes to the workplace, with a new survey finding that...

 2019-10-13 06:00 

Irish Independent

Does the counter argument work?...

Is 'counter speech' enough to tackle hate speech? This is what a senior Irish Twitter boss told TDs last week. If someone is being targeted by offensive tweets, a crowd rallying around...

 2019-10-13 06:00 

Irish Independent

Fiona O'Connell: 'Time to honour hurling cup that runneth overseas'...

Hurling could be described as the heroin of Irish sport, for there is no denying the addictiveness of this superlative athletic game. Little wonder that its cup runneth over - literally...

 2019-10-13 06:00 

Irish Independent

Obituary: Ginger Baker...

Ginger Baker, who died last Sunday aged 80, was often credited with being the finest drummer in rock'n'roll, notably during his time with Eric Clapton and Jack Bruce in Cream....

 2019-10-13 06:00 

Irish Independent

Letters to the Editor: 'No place for prejudice'...

Sir - I'm writing in response to some letters about Direct Provision in last week's Sunday Independent....

 2019-10-13 06:00 

Irish Independent

Hunt seeks sustainable future for AIB...

As a student at University College Cork, Colin Hunt spent his summer holidays working as an intern at AIB in his native Waterford....

 2019-10-13 06:00 

Irish Independent

Multinational oil giants surrender Irish prospect licence...

A joint venture between four oil and gas explorers has dropped a frontier exploration licence for a prospect in Irish waters....

 2019-10-13 06:00 

Irish Independent

Kurds flee Turkish onslaught...

When the bombing started, Azad Murad was away from his family. He learned that his home town of Qamishli was being shelled when he received a panicked phone call from his wife....

 2019-10-13 06:00 

Irish Independent

'People often say I'm not the louser they see on TV'...

Ulick O'Connor, who died last Monday aged 90, was a biographer, writer, dramatist, sportsman, barrister and an irascible commentator on public affairs at home and abroad for more than h...

 2019-10-13 06:00 

Irish Independent

Dan O'Brien: 'Most momentous week in Brexit saga raises new hope and old no-deal fears'...

Nearly three-and-a-half years since Britain's Brexit referendum and the process of unscrambling the million eggs of British EU membership continues to generate news by the hour. With ju...

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