- Motorcyclist (55) killed in collision with car this afternoonA motorcyclist has been killed in a road accident in Cork this afternoon.
- Boy (15) killed in road accident, four others hospitalisedA teenage boy has died following a road accident in Clondalkin, Dublin.
- Inside Isis: The first Western journalist ever given access to the 'Islamic State' returnsThe first Western journalist in the world to be allowed extensive access to Isis territories in Syria and Iraq has returned from the region with a warning: the group is “much stronger and...
- Forest search for remains of missing Fiona Pender called offGardai have called off the search for the remains of missing woman Fiona Pender in a remote woods in the Midlands.
- Former Justice Minister Alan Shatter takes cooking lessons before appearing in TV3’s The RestaurantThe politician and a host of other Irish celebrities will cook up a storm in The Restaurant which makes the move from RTE to TV3 this winter.
- Tribal feuds linger onThis day last week, former Galway defender Greg Kennedy took to Facebook to unload his thoughts about the state of hurling in the county.
- Harrington wins PGA Recognition AwardThree-time major champion Pádraig Harrington is the 2014 recipient of the PGA Recognition Award for his outstanding contribution to golf.
- Allen speeds to victoryIt was Bertram Allen’s turn to fly the flag for Ireland yesterday at Olympia International Horse Show in London, as he scorched to victory in a speed contest.
- Un de Sceaux should make no mistake this timeToday at Fairyhouse, at least as far as I’m concerned, is all about Un de Sceaux in the two-mile beginners chase.
- Lance: I’d never cheat — at golfLance Armstrong insists he would never cheat — at golf.
The Irish Times
- Motorcyclist (55) dies after crash in Co CorkGardaí say incident involving car occurred at about 1pm near Watergrasshill
- Burton says idea of bonuses for Nama developers ‘appalling’Bad bank says ‘possible incentivisation arrangements’ are being considered
- Robbery of Mullingar charity shop described as ‘despicable’Gardaí appeal for information about weekend incident at premises on Castle Street
- Gardaí call off Fiona Pender search in Co Laois forestNew information prompted intensive search of area in Slieve Bloom mountains
- Ireland should reclaim Ernest Shackleton as an ‘Irish hero’Writer says absence of Shackleton memorial in country of his birth is ‘extraordinary’
- Skrtel rescues draw for RedsLiverpool dug deep into their reserves of resilience as Martin Skrtel scored the equaliser deep into stoppage time to ensure another good performance did not go to waste.
- Arrests made after school massacreSeveral people have been arrested in connection with the Taliban school attack that killed 148 in north-west Pakistan, according to officials.
- Hughes has high hopes for BojanStoke boss Mark Hughes hopes Bojan Krkic can follow the lead of fellow Spaniard and ex-Barcelona man Cesc Fabregas by developing into an established Barclays Premier League star.
- Johnson strike settles derbyAdam Johnson condemned Newcastle to a fourth successive derby defeat for the first time in their history as Sunderland snatched a dramatic last-gasp 1-0 victory at St James' Park.
- Police officer shot dead in FloridaA police officer has been shot and killed in Tarpon Springs, Florida.
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The Irish Post
- It's Another Galaxy...By Niall McDonald FORMER Ireland manager Eoin Hand believes that Robbie Keane’s move to LA Galaxy could severely hinder his chances of playing international football.
- Saturday’s test with France is now a must-win assignmentBy Bernard Jackman THE French public doesn’t hold out a huge amount of hope for their team’s chances in this year’s World Cup.
- GAA: Tipp tame Dubs... eventuallyTIPPERARY 1-19 DUBLIN 0-18 THE LAST time we saw this Tipperary team in the Munster final, it was their attack that won all the plaudits with a seven-goal blitzing of Waterford.
- GAA: Costello grabs four goals as Dubs go on rampageDUBLIN 6-19 WATERFORD 5-13 A VERITABLE goal-fest of an All-Ireland minor semi-final but a game won with consummate ease by Dublin who now face Galway in next month’s final - their first i...
- GAA: Fulham find their feet as St. Kiernans flounderFULHAM IRISH 0-8 ST. KIERNANS 0-4 ST. KIERNANS — slayers of county champions Neasden Gaels just two weeks ago — were themselves toppled at Ruislip on Sunday by Fulham Irish.
Irish Republican News
- TALKS TO GO ONThe North’s five main parties have asked British prime minister David Cameron for 2 billion pounds (€2.55 billion or $3.15 billion) financial package over ten years as talks c...
- PSNI mount pre-Christmas raidsRepublicans in Derry, Belfast and Newry have condemned heavy-handed raids by the PSNI which have devastated family homes in the lead up to Christmas.
- Ballymurphy Massacre victim to be exhumedThe body of a man shot dead by British soldiers in Belfast more than 40 years ago is to be exhumed, a coroner has ruled.
- Legal action over protection of UVF assassinThe widow of a factory worker murdered by unionist paramilitaries more than 40 years ago is to sue the PSNI police and the British Ministry of Defence.
- Derry name issue reignitesThe word Derry is to be removed from the wording on a plaque in the city after the SDLP sided with unionists on the issue in a move which could revive the long-running row on the city&rs...
- Concern for safety of missing Tipperary manAn appeal has been issued for information on the whereabouts of a man reported missing from Tipperary.
- Skrtel salvages last-gasp draw for LiverpoolMartin Skrtel's injury-time header salvaged a point for ten-man Liverpool as Brendan Rodger's charges drew 2-2 with Arsenal in their Premier League clash at Anfield today.
- Varadkar: No attempt to hide waiting list detailsThe Irish Patients' Association has called on Minister for Health Leo Varadkar to make hard decisions to ensure that public patients get proper access to diagnostic services.
- Bord Gáis questioned need for water meteringBord Gáis questioned the need to proceed with Irish Water's €540m metering programme as a means of billing customers for water use, according to documents seen by RTÉ's This Week programme.
- Adams hopeful as parties prepare for Stormont talkSinn Féin President Gerry Adams has said he believes a deal can be made at the political talks, involving Northern Ireland's five main parties that are due to resume in Belfast tomorrow.
- TV3 launches Red Rock teaser campaign with on air promoTV3 has launched the beginning of its teaser campaign with a 5-second on air promo.
- Wednesday Wellness with Willow LaneHolistic therapies have never been so affordable!
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- Benfica beats Juventus 2-1 in Europa League semisSubstitute Lima scored six minutes from the end to give Benfica a 2-1 win over Juventus in the Europa League first-leg semi-finals tonight.
- Hillsborough commemoration for Phoenix ParkA walk to commemorate the 96 Liverpool fans who died in the 1989 Hillsborough disaster has been organised by an Irish Liverpool supporters group.
- Gardaí search for missing man David WakefieldGardaí have asked the public to help find missing man David Wakefield.
- Skrtel strikes to rescue point for PoolLiverpool 2 Arsenal 2 Liverpool dug deep into their reserves of resilience as Martin Skrtel scored the equaliser deep into stoppage time to ensure another good performance did not go to w...
- Man dies in Cork road crashA 55-year-old man has died following a road crash in County Cork.
- Sir Elton John marries David FurnishAnd we were all invited to the happy couple’s big day!
- Courtney Cox having an 'Irish Christmas' with Guinness, salmon and (black) puddingCourteney Cox is planning a "traditional Irish Christmas".
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- AIT attract top stars to Athloneby Michael O’Neill Mutaz Essa Barshim, the Qatari world indoor high jump champion, and Jamaican sprinter Asafa Powell, the former 100 metres world record holder, are the headline at...
- Leinster gain narrow win at RDS vs Connachtby Michael O’Neill Leinster 21 Connacht 11 Zane Kirchner’s opportunist 78th-minute try sealed a deserved GUINNESS PRO12 derby victory for Leinster over Connacht on a cold, win...
- Katie Taylor takes Sportswoman of Year award for fourth timeby Michael O’Neill Boxer Katie Taylor has been crowned The Irish Times/Irish Sports Council ‘Sportswoman of the Year 2014′ for her exceptional achievement in winning a ...
- Swimming: 13 years old Antoinette Neamt shatters Irish Senior 1500m record in LisburnSome magnificent performances at the weekend in Lisburn with the performances of Antoinette Neamt, Bethany Carson and Emma Reid particularly noteworthy.
- Athletics: Bronze for Irish Women in European Cross Country Championships in BulgariaThe senior Irish women’s team won a brilliant bronze team medal at the European Cross country Championships in Samokov,at the weekend. The team made up of Fionnuala Britton (Kilcoole AC),...
The Sunday Business Post
- Fine Gael and Labour likely to approve coalition pact todayBy Pat Leahy and Niamh Connolly Fine Gael and Labour are expected to agree formally a coalition deal today at separate meetings in Dublin. By Pat Leahy and Niamh Connolly Fine Gael and La...
- Fears banks will up ECB rate hikesBy Emma Kennedy Irish banks could use an April hike in European interest rates as a way to improve their balance sheets, and push more homeowners into arrears, banking experts fear. By Em...
- Quinn companies liable for losses on Kiev propertiesBy Gavin Daly The Central Bank has insisted that companies owned by businessman Sean Quinn must cover losses in troubled investment funds that bought properties in Ukraine during the boom...
- The battle for the fifth floorBy Niamh Connolly Political Correspondent A civil war-style feud over claims to the fifth floor of Leinster House has erupted between Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael just days before the 31st D...
- Independents to choose their leadersBy Niamh Connolly Political Correspondent Independent TDs hoping to form a 'technical' group to boost their participation in the Dáil are to meet on Tuesday afternoon to discuss the selec...
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- Blanket bank guarantee was to avoid ECB and market scrutinyThe banking guarantee, which has cost the taxpayer €46bn so far, was originally intended to allow the Central Bank to provide emergency funding to the collapsing financial sector wi...
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- Record number of rich Russians head to UKGranting of investor visas up 69% this year as Moscow economic woes worsen
- Samaras scrambles to avert snap electionGreek PM offers concessions as second-round of presidential vote nears
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- Elton John Marries His Long-Term PartnerSir Elton John and David Furnish have officially married - nine years to the day they tied the knot in a civil partnership ceremony.
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- Bloodied Skrtel earns Liverpool pointA bloodied and bandaged Martin Skrtel headed home a last-gasp 97th-minute equaliser to earn Liverpool a 2-2 draw against Arsenal in the Premier League at Anfield on Sunday.
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- Obama says Sony hack not an act of warWASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama moved to prevent U.S. anger at North Korea from spiralling out of control on Sunday by saying the massive hacking of Sony Pictures was n...
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- Britain weighs up oil industry calls for North Sea tax breaksLONDON (Reuters) - Britain is considering reducing the tax bill for oil explorers in the North Sea, including a proposal from the industry to halve rates, to help revive an area already i...
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- Faces of the recession: homeless childrenThe National Center on Family Homelessness said 1.6 million children were living on the streets of the United States in 2010 or in shelters, motels and doubled-up with other families. Th...
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- Minister to allocate extra €4m for Dublin homeless budgetGovernment reacts to growing pressure on homeless services in the capital
- Dublin commuters facing rain-soaked journey homeWorkers in Dublin are facing what could be an arduous journey home, with spot flooding reported in some areas.
- Irish owner to retain Church bar and cafe following refinancingJD Wetherspoon had its eye on the Dublin venue but successful Ulster Bank refinancing means it will stay with current owners
- Dublin City Council trying to cut off phone numbers on ‘cash for cars’ adsThe council is liaising with gardaí on the issue of the illegal ads.
- Communicorp merges two radio sales teamsDublin-based media group to merge commercial sales teams at Today FM and Newstalk