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'We could see a United Ireland in the next five years' - Daly Senator Mark Daly has spent the last two years meeting unionists. He talks about their hopes and fears for the future, writes Niamh Horan POIGNANT: Senator Mark Daly with his family letter from the Civil War. Picture: Don MacMonagle WB Yeats: "I have no hope of seeing a united...
Ben Stiller skewers former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen in SNL sketch It also featured Bill Hader as Ohio representative Jim Jordan. Ben Stiller (Ian West/PA) Ben Stiller has reprised his role as Michael Cohen to skewer the congressional hearings of Donald Trump’s former lawyer on Saturday Night Live. The actor appeared in prosthetics in the opening sketch of the show, which featured Bill...
Deep pockets required in 'sweet Adare' Adare Manor Some of the most expensive land in the country is to be found in and around Adare, about 20km west of Limerick city. The area, renowned for its farmland, has a thriving tourism industry, and is home to JP McManus's salubrious Adare Manor. A residential address in the area is highly prized, and some...
© Reuters. Investing.com - The pound dropped on Monday following reports that Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) will...
Willie Kealy: 'Tale of a fat rat finds a parallel in US politics' Trump didn't call Cohen a 'dirty rat' but he might have done. After all, the genus rattus has been getting a bum rap for years, writes Willie Kealy The rat that became stuck in a manhole cover in Bensheim, Germany. Volunteer firefighters freed the animal Did you see that...
Farmers warn rural broadband rollout cannot 'fall off a cliff' IFA President Joe Healy. Picture: Finbarr O'Rourke Farmers have warned that the rollout of broadband to rural Ireland cannot be allowed to 'fall off the cliff' due to Brexit. The remarks by Irish Farmers' Association president Joe Healy came after Taoiseach Leo Varadkar indicated that the need for a Brexit bailout for...
Mary O'Rourke: 'Confidence and supply lacks a little respect' Micheal Martin is a fine leader and should seize his chance to steer FF to election success CONFIDENCE AND SUPPLY, PART ONE: In 1988, in the aftermath of Alan Dukes’s Tallaght strategy, Minister Mary O’Rourke, Taoiseach Charlie Haughey and Labour Minister Bertie Ahern meet for talks with teachers’ unions at Government Buildings Now,...
Revolut mulling acquisitions despite controversies The fintech unicorn is going on a hiring spree to support its growth ambitions. Revolut is considering acquisitions as part of its expansion strategy. Revolut is to press ahead with plans to enter the deal making arena, despite the digital bank coming under pressure over a string of controversies. The Press Association has learnt that the fast-growing fintech...
John Fagan: We are leaving nothing to chance after last year's lambing hardship John Fagan on his farm in Gartlandstown, Co. Westmeath. If you want to make lambing a success, preparation is key. Getting the feeding right is probably the most important thing that you can do: remember that whatever about under-feeding ewes, over-feeding them can also be just as bad. Get the...
© Reuters. Investing.com - The dollar slipped lower against a currency basket on Monday, while the euro pushed higher...

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