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Letters from two living legends
Arts & Leisure
Letters from two living legends
By Earle Hitchner Most music critics of long standing (actually, long sitting, given how we usually work) receive occasional letters from readers f...
 Cork's strength in depth is key to All Ireland win
Sports
Cork's strength in depth is key to All Ireland win
By Kieran Rooney HALF an hour into last Sunday's All-Ireland Football Championship decider at Croke Park, and you had to be seriously concerned for...
No vacancy in taoiseach job: Lenihan
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No vacancy in taoiseach job: Lenihan
Minister for Finance Brian Lenihan says he has not been approached to challenge the leadership of Brian Cowen and that he wants to get on with his ...
Bio cites Carey's courage, integrity, intelligence
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Bio cites Carey's courage, integrity, intelligence
Hugh Carey pictured outside Nathan's Famous restaurant in Brooklyn with sons Kevin and Thomas during the 1974 campaign. The article was originally ...
Ó Muircheartaigh to retire
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Ó Muircheartaigh to retire
RTÉ's legendary Gaelic Games commentator, Micheál Ó Muircheartaigh, has announced that he is retiring. He will provide commentary on his last All-I...
Life in reform yet
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Life in reform yet
By Ray O'Hanlon Just as many were writing off the chances of comprehensive immigration reform this year, there are stirrings this week in the U.S. ...
Beach memories
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Beach memories
By Peter McDermott After five years in the making - filming, editing, thinking, researching and fundraising - "The Bungalows of Rockaway" will get ...
"You're next!"  What was classic movie's message?
Arts & Leisure
"You're next!" What was classic movie's message?
Actor Kevin McCarthy died of natural causes last weekend at the age of 96. His most famous film was the science fiction classic "Invasion of the Bo...
Paisley to lead papal protest
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Paisley to lead papal protest
By Anthony Neeson Rev. Ian Paisley is to lead a 60-strong delegation from the Free Presbyterian Church to Scotland this week to protest against the...
Crime scene
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Crime scene
By Ray O'Hanlon There's no statute of limitations on murder so a possible time limit on excavations at Duffy's Cut, in the suburb of Malvern outsid...
 Ireland take maximum points,  but fail to build goal tally
Sports
Ireland take maximum points, but fail to build goal tally
By Kieran Rooney YET again the lack of creativity in the Republic of Ireland's soccer team's midfield has become an issue. It followed the 3-1 Euro...
Ireland Under-17s progress at World Cup
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Ireland Under-17s progress at World Cup
The Ireland Women's Under-17 team have progressed to the quarter-finals of the World Cup after defeating Ghana 3-0 at the Dwight Yorke Stadium in T...
10 held in gandland murder probe
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10 held in gandland murder probe
Detectives arrested 10 people today after the suspected gangland murder of a man in a Dublin suburb, the Irish Independent. The victim was shot sev...
Signs have comforted 9/11 kin: author McEneaney
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Signs have comforted 9/11 kin: author McEneaney
By Peter McDermott Two days after her husband died in the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001, Bonnie McEneaney stepped out through her front door...
Coffey for attorney general
Opinion
Coffey for attorney general
Next Tuesday, New York's Democratic voters have an embarrassment of riches when deciding whom to choose to be the party's candidate for state attor...