Monday, June 24, 2019
'Carrying on regardless' - Rachel Allen makes first public appearance in aftermath of son's drug arrest Rachel Allen, at the Kennedy afternoon tea party as part of the Kennedy Summer School at the JFK Memorial park and arboretum in Wexford....
Obama launches stinging attack on Trump The former president admitted his intervention was a departure from tradition but argued the political moment required a pushback. Barack Obama launched an attack on Donald Trump in his speech (Stephen Haas/The News-Gazette via AP) Former...
Goldhawk, founder of 'The Phoenix', kept the legal eagles busy until the end Legacy: ‘The Phoenix’ founder John Mulcahy was both an outsider and part of the establishment Josh Mulcahy, the publisher of 'The Phoenix' who has died at the age...
Melrose swings to half-year loss on GKN costs The group posted a pre-tax loss of £303m. GKN costs dragged on Melrose (Andrew Matthews/PA) Melrose Industries has swung to a half-year loss after booking hefty costs linked to its controversial £8 billion hostile takeover...
'Knock cured my eczema,' says presidential hopeful Joan Freeman    Faith: Senator Joan Freeman believes a trip to Knock as a teenager cured her skin condition. Picture: Dave Mee Presidential hopeful Joan Freeman said a visit to Knock Shrine cured her of...
Brazilian presidential candidate stabbed while campaigning File photo: Jair Bolsonaro campaigns at Madureira market in Rio de Janeiro (Silvia Izquierdo/AP) Brazilian far-right and poll-leading presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro was stabbed in the abdomen while campaigning on Thursday for next month's election,...
Cork County Council to move decision on nominating presidential candidate forward to next week Áras an Uachtaráin CORK Co Council will decide next week on whether to nominate a candidate for the Presidential election on October 26 next. A formal decision of...
'We’re still going in the wrong direction on homelessness' - Varadkar File photo Taoiseach Leo Varadkar. Photo:Damien Eagers TAOISEACH Leo Varadkar has admitted that the government still hasn't made progress on reducing the rising number of homeless people but insisted there's...

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How this former government minister is signing up to priesthood: 'I love working with people through good times and bad times' Momentous: Trevor Sargent at home in Curracloe, Co Wexford, yesterday. Photo: Doug O’Connor Former Green Party minister Trevor Sargent is...
'Secret resistance' - Trump demands New York Times reveal explosive op-ed author's identity White House staff secretly 'resisting' and undermining Trump - anonymous official claims in New York Times 'Senior US government officials working diligently from within to frustrate parts...

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