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Dublin MEP Clare Daly taking legal advice over article

Dublin MEP Clare Daly has said she is taking legal advice over a Sunday Times story regarding her links with a Lithuanian diplomat who was subsequently found guilty of spying for Russia. The paper alleges that the Independents 4 Change MEP provided Algirdas Paleckis, a person prosecuted by the Lithuanian …

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Number of passengers injured after turbulence on flight

Updated / Sunday, 26 May 2024 13:05 Members of the emergency services are on standby at the airport Emergency services are at Dublin Airport to deal with a number of passengers who have been injured on a flight due to turbulence. It is understood at least five people have been …

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Nicki Minaj misses gig due to Amsterdam airport arrest

Nicki Minaj’s Co-op Live Arena show in Manchester on Saturday night was postponed following her arrest in the Netherlands. Fans were let into the venue on Saturday evening despite the 41-year-old US singer and rapper being detained at Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport. The gig will be moved to a later date …

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50 people without visas detected coming from UK last week

In the past week 50 people were detected entering the State without the proper visas or documents during garda immigration checks along the border. The checks were carried out over four days since last Monday, 20 May. Gardaí said that people found to have entered Ireland illegally and who were …

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50 people without visas detected coming from UK last week

In the past week 50 people were detected entering the State without the proper visas or documents during garda immigration checks along the border. The checks were carried out over four days since last Monday, 20 May. Gardaí said that people found to have entered Ireland illegally and who were …

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Sinn Féin one point ahead of Fine Gael in latest poll

Sinn Féin has lost support and is now just one point ahead of Fine Gael, according to the latest opinion poll. The RED C poll for the Business Post suggests that Sinn Féin’s support fell by four points, compared to last month, to 23%. In May 2022, the party stood …

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‘We need to see what we’re all made of’, says Cullen

Leinster head coach Leo Cullen admitted his players would have to show character to overcome the crushing disappointment of losing a third consecutive Investec Champions Cup final. Toulouse scaled the summit of European rugby for an unprecedented sixth time after finishing strongly in a 31-22 victory at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium …

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Cullen: ‘We are pretty devastated’

Leo Cullen admitted his Leinster side were “devastated” after yet another Investec Champions Cup final loss, this time at the hands of Toulouse. Beaten by La Rochelle in the last two deciders, Leinster fell to a 31-22 defeat at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in a match that went to extra-time. …

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Family of man shot in Tyrone accuse Govt of hypocrisy

The family of a Protestant man shot dead in Co Tyrone in 1991 who claim there was garda collusion with his IRA killers have accused the Irish Government of hypocrisy in its approach to the legacy of the Troubles. Just over a week after President Michael D Higgins said families …

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