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Arson could be to blame for wildfires that killed scores in Greece

Arson could be to blame for wildfires that killed scores in Greece A minister said there were ‘serious indications’ the blaze had been started deliberately. Burnt houses and trees following a wildfire in Mati, east of...

Farmers selling off shares to cover bills

Farmers selling off shares to cover bills Farmers have been trading in shares. Stock photo: Depositphotos Farmers have been forced to sell shares and equities as a result of the crippling cost of the current fodder...

This guy’s parents couldn’t come to his graduation so his friends stepped in

This guy’s parents couldn’t come to his graduation so his friends stepped in Ronan and Corey surprised their friend Chris with an ‘alternative’ family photo on graduation day. (u/zoomer1997) Some say your close friends can become like...

Irish tech firm eShopWorld appoints heavy-hitter to roll out expansion in the US

Irish tech firm eShopWorld appoints heavy-hitter to roll out expansion in the US Cynthia Hollen and Tommy Kelly are ramping up eShopWorld’s operations in the United States. Photo: Larry Lettera/ Camera 1 Fast-growing Irish tech company...

Shrine to U2 ‘to put docklands on map’ for fans

Shrine to U2 'to put docklands on map' for fans An artist's impression of how the U2 visitor centre in the Dublin Docklands would look when it is built The new U2 visitor centre "will make...

Sinn Féin march ‘an insult to IRA victims’

Sinn Féin march 'an insult to IRA victims' Sinn Féin president Mary Lou McDonald. Photo: Frank McGrath Relatives of IRA victims have accused Sinn Féin of "insulting" their loved ones' memories by planning a major commemoration...

If capitalism doesn’t work for workers, then it isn’t working

If capitalism doesn't work for workers, then it isn't working Demonstrators march past a McDonald’s restaurant in the US seeking a wage increase. Photo: Bloomberg Capitalism isn't working right. The US economy is growing, but its...

New figures reveal scale of broadband disconnect in the west

New figures reveal scale of broadband disconnect in the west (stock image) A fixed date needs to be put in place to sign off on the National Broadband Plan (NBP) as almost half of premises in...

Mother starts court action over ‘negligent’ smear test reporting

Mother starts court action over 'negligent' smear test reporting Paul and Ruth Morrissey, of Monaleen, Co Limerick, outside the Four Courts yesterday. Photo: Collins Courts A mother who has breast and cervical cancer has launched a...

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Sky reports 7pc rise in operating profit In the UK and Ireland, Sky grew underlying earnings by 11pc to £2bn (Stock picture) Pay TV giant Sky has reported a 7pc rise in operating profit to £1.03bn...

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