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Alcock and Brown crash landed in County Galway.   It’s commonplace today – but it’s exactly 100 years since the first transatlantic fight. Two British aviators, Captain John Alcock and Lieutenant Arthur Whitten Brown, landed in County Galway from Newfoundland. The pioneering airmen battled snowstorms, thick fog and rain in the open cockpit of their […]

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His debut novel, Holding, was published in 2016. Graham Norton is currently working on his next book. The BBC radio and TV presenter has said its focus will be on road accident stories. The Corkman released his latest book, A Keeper, last year, but his third novel will take a more serious tone. He says […]

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Sherif Lanre has shared a post on Instagram just hours after his departure from Love Island was confirmed. In an Instagram story, he has thanked fans for their support and has promised that he’s “all good.” He signed off with “#ItIsWhatItIs” and “#BiggerThingsToCome.” The semi-professional rugby player was kicked off the show yesterday – after […]

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The decision from the HSE is positive news for many families around Ireland. It’s been confirmed that the HSE has approved access for the drug Spinraza for children with Spinal Muscular Atrophy. Around 25 children in Ireland are currently living with the condition, which causes problems with movement, muscle weakness and also leads to difficulty breathing. […]

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There’s a warning that dermal fillers can cause permanent deformities if not properly administered. Industry experts say dermal fillers should only be injected by trained medical professionals. They are calling for strict regulations in the area and say they are needed as a matter of urgency. Health Minister Simon Harris is considering banning under 18s from […]

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Use of cocaine is becoming as normal as alcohol and cannabis. There’s been a rise in cocaine poisoning in Ireland. The number of cases jumped by 50 per cent last year. The Sunday Times reports 98 people were treated in hospital after taking the drug in 2018, compared to just 66 the previous year. Janet […]

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The tournament is currently in its 14th year. (Image source: Twitter/DublinCityUni)   The LGBT+ sporting community is being celebrated in Dublin this weekend. The Union Cup, Europe’s largest LGBT+ inclusive rugby tournament, is taking place in Dublin City University. The tournament inspired the recent transformation of the now rainbow-coloured Guinness Gates at Rainsford Street in […]

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