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Referendums: Make sure your voice is heard

Irish Times - ‎9 hours ago‎
Every vote counts. Make sure you use yours. As the common wisdom would have it, today's referendums on marriage equality and, to a lesser extent, on the age of presidential candidates will hang as much on the strength of voter turnout as on the overall ...
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Enda Kenny to meet David Cameron next month to discuss Brexit

Irish Times - ‎34 minutes ago‎
Taoiseach Enda Kenny is to hold talks with British Prime Minister David Cameron in early June on Britain's plans to renegotiate its relationship with the European Union.

Almost a third of female directors say that there is still a "glass ceiling" in Irish ...

Irish Independent - ‎24 minutes ago‎
Nearly a third of female company directors think that there is still a "glass ceiling" in the Irish business landscape, according to a new study.
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'Nut rage' Korean Air heiress freed by appeals court

Telegraph.co.uk - ‎26 minutes ago‎
The former Korean Air executive jailed for disrupting a flight in a rage over macadamia nuts walked free on Friday when a South Korean appeals court overturned her conviction for violating aviation safety laws.
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Govt tolerating 'unacceptable levels of child poverty' - report

Irish Examiner - ‎58 minutes ago‎
A new report from the Children's Ombudsman said the Government is tolerating unacceptable levels of child poverty, standing over discrimination in schools and failing to protect children.
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FG candidate tells of heartbreak over brother's Aids death

Irish Independent - ‎2 hours ago‎
Fine Gael by-election candidate David Fitzgerald on the canvass in the main street of Open Gallery 1 Fine Gael by-election candidate David Fitzgerald on the canvass in the main street of Kilkenny yesterday with Deirdre Clune MEP.
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Large fall Irish in jobless rate may stall, experts warn

Irish Examiner - ‎7 hours ago‎
Unemployment may slip below 8% just ahead of the next general election, but the dramatic improvement is likely to stall because the huge numbers on Government activation programmes will likely keep the jobless rate at an elevated level, experts have ...
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New positions at technology firm

Herald - ‎6 hours ago‎
A technology firm has announced that it will be adding a further 100 jobs to its existing workforce in Ireland. Also in this section.
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Most of Ireland's biggest companies aren't Irish at all

thejournal.ie - ‎2 hours ago‎
MICROSOFT HAS PASSED Irish construction company CRH to become Ireland's largest firm in terms of turnover. In The Irish Times Top 1,000 companies survey for 2015, Microsoft takes the top spot with an annual turnover of €19.8 billion.
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ARM, Unicef Launch 'Wearables for Good' Challenge

PC Magazine - ‎11 hours ago‎
ARM is teaming up with Unicef and design strategy firm Frog to create purpose-built, health- and education-focused wearables for distribution in developing nations and emerging markets.
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New sizzle reel shows the best games on PS4 in 2015

Lazygamer - ‎1 hour ago‎
The PlayStation 4 has done rather well for itself this generation. It's selling well, releasing some cool exclusives and generally coming out on top.
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Katona's kids in 'traumatic' car crash

Irish Examiner - ‎2 hours ago‎
The 34-year-old Atomic Kitten singer's daughters Mollie, 13, Lilly-Sue, 12, and Heidi, eight, as well as her seven-year-old son Max, were being driven by their nanny when their car was hit by another vehicle.
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No gnomes at our Slane gig, warn Foo Fighters

Herald - ‎6 hours ago‎
The Foo Fighters have banned garden gnomes and selfie sticks from their concert at Slane next week. Also in this section. Come for Gorgeous George, but stay for the sheer spectacle · 'I've my own house now which means I can do yoga naked...' No gnomes ...
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Michael Quinn: Sledging worse in Gaelic football than Aussie Rules

RTE.ie - ‎1 hour ago‎
Longford star Michael Quinn believes sledging is a bigger problem in Gaelic Games than in professional Aussie Rules. The verbal abuse of opponents has come under a spotlight in Gaelic football after Donegal's tempestuous Ulster preliminary-round win ...
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Johnny O'Connor: Super Robbie Henshaw deserves all the accolades

Irish Independent - ‎1 hour ago‎
Robbie Henshaw picked up the Fans' Player of the Year and the Players' Player of the Year at the Connacht Rugby awards ball and he was most certainly deserving of the accolades.
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McIlroy facing fine after throwing club in frustration

Irish Examiner - ‎7 minutes ago‎
Rory McIlroy had a battle on his hands just to keep his emotions in check as he looked to get into contention to defend his BMW PGA Championship title at Wentworth on Friday.
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'International Flag of Planet Earth' shows a world united

Digital Journal - ‎1 hour ago‎
It started out as a student's project undertaken as part of a Bachelor's Degree in fine arts. The exploration of Mars and other distant planets will take international cooperation, and a flag that imparts a sense of unity was designed.
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Bill Nye's Solar Sail Shines on With Public Funding

Huffington Post - ‎16 hours ago‎
Set for the first test launch on May 20, the LightSail, a citizen-funded project developed by Bill Nye and his team at The Planetary Society, aims to introduce a new, cost-effective and sustainable method of space travel.
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Hospital staff could be disciplined over baby deaths in Portlaoise

Laois Nationalist - ‎19 minutes ago‎
TWO doctors and two nurses at Portlaoise hospital have been referred to their governing bodies for possible disciplinary action, in connection with the tragic deaths of babies.
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Varadkar marks 30th anniversary of first heart transplant in Ireland

Irish Times - ‎8 hours ago‎
Minister for Health Leo Varadkar has marked the 30th anniversary of the first heart transplant in Ireland by calling for a major “cultural shift” towards organ donation.
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Make love, not war - HSE buying in half a million condoms and a lot of lube

Sunday World - ‎23 minutes ago‎
If make love not war is the catch-cry, the health authorities are going about it with gusto - and even a certain level of military precision.
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