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'I had to check my ego at the door when I started acting' – Cathal Pendred on move from MMA to movies PIC: Cathal Pendred/Instagram Five years after he retired from life as a professional UFC fighter, Dubliner Cathal Pendred is performing opposite actors of the calibre of Sam Claflin and the legendary Timothy Spall. They share several scenes in crime thriller...
How they did it differently: Meghan and Harry's introduction to Baby Sussex is their way of the future The Duke and Duchess of Sussex with their baby son, who was born on Monday morning, during a photocall in St George's Hall at Windsor Castle in BerkshireBritain's Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex are seen with their baby son, who...
'Every farmer should have nettles on their farm to improve biodiversity'- dairy farmer and activist Dairy farmer and leader of the BRIDE biodiversity project, Donal Sheehan from Castlelyons, Co Cork. Every farmer should have a bunch of nettles on their farm to increase the land’s biodiversity value, well-known dairy farmer and environment activist Donal Sheehan has said. A UN report published this...
How the internet reacted to news of Harry and Meghan’s baby Did Harry actually thank the horses after speaking to reporters? (Steve Parsons/PA) The birth of a royal baby proved to be the major talking point on Twitter on Bank Holiday Monday. The Duchess of Sussex gave birth at 5.26 on Monday morning to an as yet unnamed boy weighing 7lb 3oz. The news...
Boost for Tralee with 100 jobs on the way IDA chief Martin Shanahan welcomed the jobs boost JRI America, a subsidiary of Japanese company Sumitomo Mitsui Banking, is to create 100 jobs in Tralee over the next five years. A quarter of the roles being created are in finance security-related functions, and recruitment for the new roles is already underway. The remainder of...
British soldier killed during counter poaching operation British soldier Mathew Talbot, of The 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards, who has died while on counter poaching operations in It is understood Guardsman Talbot was killed by an elephant whilst on patrol. Photo: Ministry of Defence/PA Wire A British soldier has been killed while taking part in counter poaching operations in Malawi, Britain's defence...
Google privacy trade-offs as its upgraded Assistant gets personal The internet giant is mapping family ties and other relationships, write Mark Bergen and Gerrit De Vynck Pledge: Google CEO Sundar Pichai says the company ‘strongly believes that privacy and security are for everyone, not just the few’. Photo: AP Google has unveiled a slew of new privacy features, but the internet giant...
WATCH: No booze, all the flavour: Inside Ireland’s first non-alcoholic bar THERE'S a new bar in town and unlike every other pub in Ireland, there's not a drop of alcohol in sight. The Virgin Mary, opening tomorrow on Capel Street, is the brainchild of veteran drinks experts Vaughan Yates and his business partner Oisin Davis. Inside, the decor - inspired by a...
Offaly man sued over claims he sold infertile bull Stock photo An Offaly man is being sued by a Co Galway farmer who claims he was sold an infertile pedigree bull. Micheal Ryan, Waterloo, Menlough, Mountbellew is seeking nearly €16,000 in damages because the bull he bought from Tom Harney, Moneygall in June 2013 was unable to put his cows in calf. The...
Conor Skehan: 'Do we need value for money... or money for values?' Massive projects like the National Broadband Plan need big spending in the future It is easy to raise the trope of a Government spending excessively out of fear of displeasing the rural vote. Stock photo Reports suggest that there has been considerable tension between senior officials and the Cabinet about...

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