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British-Irish electricity interconnector to be opened today
Court refuses to give Dromoland paintings back to Lord
Room for improvement in penalty point system
French satirical mag publishes naked Muhammed cartoons
Painkillers "can cause" headaches
Airplane named as 'funniest film ever made'
Dads not so tough after all: testosterone drops when fathers with children
End of film tax break would lead to job losses
New facelift for Blackrock baths
Gardaí examining clerical child sex abuse reports
MCD slams Garda over Phoenix Park gig
Shares in Nokia plunge as it apologises for fake ad
Fish oil improves muscle strength in old people
Ireland is 10th in world web index
Computer error cost Permanent TSB €33m
Colleges to merge in radical restructuring of teacher training
Diocese of Cork and Ross: Delays "in some cases in informing the statutory authorities"
More oil off Cork coast, says Providence
Homes of Irish golfer and FF TD in Offaly ransacking
Deadly jellyfish-like 'Man-of-war' in Irish waters
Lego's new girl toys get profit rocketing at Danish toymaker
Waterford IT chartered €4,200 flight for one person
Irish petrol prices some of the world's highest
Independent News and Media report fall in revenue and profit
President Obama burns Clint Eastwood via Twitter
Humans share more diseases with primates than previously thought
Can Twitter detect psychopathy?
New Zealand passes gay marriage law
Glanbia to sell 60 per cent of dairy ingredients business
Catalonia increases Spanish debt fears
Burlington Hotel for sale at a knockdown €75m
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One-in-three Irish farmers don't share their problems
Receiver appointed to Greenstar Waste management
Australian mining boom is "over", says Minister
Guinness sales up as Diageo records 32 per cent rise in profits
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