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Tuesday 26 September 2023 Dublin: 16°C

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Cork set to get new €25 million office space that will accommodate 450 new jobs
The project would also sustain 125 construction jobs.
Madonna felt "compelled" to adopt twins from Malawi orphanage
Some activists have criticised her for allegedly bending the rules.
Security experts concerned about data collected by popular beauty filter app
The app has hundreds of millions of users – but are they aware of the permissions they have agreed to?
Jury to 50 Cent: Pay €4.5M to woman who sued over sex tape
IT is alleged that the rapper was involved in the narration and posting of the video.
Gerry Adams has asked for 'no counter-demos' to the Love Ulster march
The event is set to take place over the coming weeks.
House petrol bombed after couple objected to planning permission for new shopping centre
They were in the house at the time of the attack but escaped without injury.
Ireland becomes first EU country allowed to sell beef to the US since BSE ban
Beef from the EU has been banned from the US since it imposed its ban over fifteen years ago due to BSE.
Wind turbines height increase refused as it will impact on scenic Donegal
Donegal County Council said the turbines height would impact in a negative way on Kinnagoe Bay.
902 prisoners abscond over 10 years - 58 are still at large
Four prisoners were recently recaptured – including one who had absconded in 2002.
Poll: Should adults be banned from using sunbeds?
New legislation will mean it will be illegal for under-18s to use sunbeds. Should this be extended to adults, resulting in a total ban?
Domestic violence survivor wins High Court immigration case
The woman had been married to an EU national, but left him after being subjected to serious abuse. She has now won her right to stay in the country.
Youth Defence ordered to remove anti-abortion posters
Dublin City Council said that the organisation “had not applied for or received permission” for the anti-abortion posters which appeared in Dublin city centre this week.
Student sleep out cancelled after Gardaí refuse permission
The Union of Students Ireland said it had been indicated that the protest could go ahead and permission was refused at the last minute.