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My €1 bet is a loser, just like Trump apparently.
Work stoppage by the gardai looms closer as middle-ranking officers -- inspectors and sergeants -- this week voted to join 10,500 lower ranks who have already voted to strike on four days in November.
"Now that people have had time to digest the detail, the reaction to last week's budget has been very disappointing for the government."
Immigration, long a staple presidential debate issue, will get its turn in tonight’s third and final encounter between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
The following are the sound bytes that I would urge him to lead with and keep coming back to.
Could she be first female African American president in 2024?
Group will act as a "sounding board" to Bedfordshire Chief Constable Jon Boutcher, who is heading the case.
Michael D Higgins shares concerns on Donald Trump, US poverty, European economics and return of fascism.
Prices are set to rise in Northern Ireland as the fallout from Brexit rumbles on.
Irish politician Brid Smith believes the Irish team’s stay could send the wrong message to US voters on November 8.
There seems to be more than a double standard afoot here.
The fundraiser is being run by Irish Americans for Clinton which, who to date have raised well in excess of $2 million for the Democratic ticket.
There has been a call for a technological recreation of a former garda chief’s vital missing mobile phone part to test allegations that he was part of a smear campaign against whistleblowers in his force.
The Fianna Fail strategy is clear. They are positioning themselves for a big comeback.
They are mad as hell and they are not going to take it anymore – losing an election square and fair.
Businessman and philanthropist Chuck Feeney believed to have financially supported an attempt to veto Brexit in Northern Ireland.
There were few surprises in the Budget announced in the Dáil by Finance Minister Michael Noonan and his Fine Gael colleague, Public Expenditure Minister Paschal Donohoe.
It is hilarious to watch the flood of Republican officeholders head for the hills and discard Donald Trump like a piece of trash.
Possible new deal to allow immigration controls to take place at ports of entry in Ireland and leave Northern Ireland without new hard borders.
A president like Trump with an immediate agenda to jail his main opponent would be catastrophic for the Republic. Surely even the right-wingers see that too?
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