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The Evening Fix... now with beheaded Halloween trickery
Microsoft launches new tablet in bid to take on Apple's iPad
6 of the worst sounding alcoholic drinks of all time
RTÉ handled 2,600 Saorview calls on Wednesday
1,700 bankers in state covered banks paid over €100,000
84 per cent of travellers unemployed
Eircom revenue plunges by €174m
Sex trafficking numbers 'tip of the iceberg'
Half of the world's aviation fleet now managed from Ireland
Publicans gloomy on prospects
Ban on ash tree imports as fungus hits Ireland
Route changes essential for survival says Bus Éireann
Is Ireland on the verge of a whiskey revival?
Carers Association slams government failure to honour commitments
Cork man fined €6000 for selling drugs online without prescription
Facebook avoided UK tax by routing £155m through Ireland in 2011
Brazil's Christ the Redeemer to go green for Paddy's Day
Any cut in allowances is in breach of Croke Park agreement say unions
How To: Learn yourself Geordie for Cheryl Cole's 02 gig tonight
Warning over future counterfeit food threat
Number of non-Irish nationals doubles in a decade
Up to 20 per cent of insurance claims fraudulent
30 new jobs at Cork tech firm
Pink Panther's Inspector Dreyfus dies
Air quality among the best in Europe
Cork students asked to sign 'pledge of honour' in anti-social clampdown
Irish man gets 8 years from New Jersey court for child porn images
Bill Clinton for the Áras?
RTE seeking further job cuts
94 per cent of workers better off employed than on the dole, says ERSI
Man in blue hoodie seen running after missing Jill Meagher
James Reilly: I wasn't told in advance about Roisin Shortall's resignation
Nazi war dossier reveals plans to invade Ireland
The Evening with added teenage crush
Delayed patient discharges costing €550,000 per night
Kelsey Grammar and 6 other celebrity walk-offs
Is 17 hours sleep really enough?
Wexford is a hub for smuggling, say retailers
Domestic economy grows in second quarter but GDP flat
One in 5 mortgages will default by 2013