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Friday 29 September 2023 Dublin: 13°C


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230,000 Japanese centenarians missing
Is there something strange happening in Japan?
TAKE 5: Friday's obligatory funny animal clip
Think you’ve got a monkey on your back? Take a look at this guy.
Employer says five-year pay freeze needed
But SIPTU says no.
Gorgeous family homes on sale across Ireland
Discover Glenveagh's wide range of communities, perfect for your needs.
Average weekly earnings down
NAMA says it will move quickly against unpaid loans
But insists its business plan is on track.
Drunk diplomat speaks out: I never liked you Ban Ki-Moon
And he doesn’t like Americans either.
HSE's €103m budget overrun
Highest portion budget deficit recorded at HSE West.
The second miracle of Cardinal Newman paves the way for sainthood
The founder of UCD will be beatified by the Pope later this month.
5 of the biggest fines in corporate history
As Goldman Sachs is fined £17.5m, looks at the most whopping fines levied on banks and businesses to date.
Bieber fever: responsible for slowing the internet?
His name is tweeted every 60 seconds…but read on if you still haven’t got a clue who he is.
Irish couple aim to be first gay couple to marry in the air
But it could be you.
Junkfood diet could lead to weight loss, says professor
Big Macs all round! A professor loses half a stone in four days by pigging out.
Signed Blair books going for over €263 on eBay
Don’t you wish you queued now?
Cut-off customer protests at ESB
Despite making offers to pay his bill.
Vuvuzela makes it into the Dictionary
As do tweetup and turdurken.
50 Cent - worth a lot more than you think
Jay Z tops list of World’s Richest Rappers.
'How're ya Hector' bags 2FM's breakfast show
RTE announce the stations new line up.
Dublin's Culture Night launches
Free, free, free stuff.
Hoax device found in Dublin
Top of the class for Cowen
And the country isn’t doing too bad either – according to Newsweek.
No more cuts for RTÉ top presenters
The station says they’ve suffered enough
Show me the money: Clinton condemns Haiti aid delays
Clinton says Ireland needs to make good on its pledge to Haiti.
Dreamed of holidaying with George Hook?
We didn’t think so, but someone must want to.
Google solution to online privacy issues
Just change your name.
10 Ways to blag your way to Electric Picnic
Do you look like Rosanna Davison?
Return of college fees ruled out
Mary Coughlan says ‘no’.
Discriminated woman awarded €100,000
The Equality Tribunal rules in favour of former hotel manager Denise Batt
RTE: is it worth the €200m we pay?
On the other hand we have the RTÉ player, pod casts and several orchestras.
Murphy returns home with silver in hand
But swimming isn’t everything, she has another challenge on her hands.
Blair to donate memoir profits to charity
But will anti-war campaigners be happy?
Absolutely Dublin's edgiest festival
Dublin’s 2010 Fringe Festival launches.
Patients still waiting over 24 hours for beds
Blanchardstown’s Connolly hospital fairs worst.
Passengers terrified as breaks fail on Aer Arann jet
Report reveals aircraft’s breaks failed.
Hotel brings the outdoors indoors
Grass in meetings rooms?
Electrician's strike at James' Hospital
Hospital wants to save money, TEEU agrees.
Overturned truck blocks road
H&M profits surge
The Swedish giant saw an 11% increase in sales.
Enda Kenny's driver dies suddenly
Liam Coady, 64, died suddenly while holidaying in London.
Third pipe bomb discovered in Antrim
Larry Murphy: spotted in McDonalds?
Released earlier today and last seen on Grafton St.