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Polish government ousted by right-leaning party

Polish government ousted by right-leaning party

Newsround: what Monday's papers say

Newsround: what Monday's papers say

EU hardens stance on border controls, Aldi to pay €11.50 minimum wage and marathon takes over Dublin

News In Brief

News In Brief

Taxpayer paid for Nama adviser’s Barbados flights

Taxpayer paid for Nama adviser’s Barbados flights

Former HSBC chief Michael Geoghegan claimed expenses totalling €26,000 in 2013 and €23,351 in 2012

UTV Ireland reporter tagged along with bereaved Berkeley families

UTV Ireland reporter tagged along with bereaved Berkeley families

The journalist has now left the station following the incident on a flight to the US

App hits all right notes for Desmond as it lures top talent

App hits all right notes for Desmond as it lures top talent

The app is currently hosting what it calls “the world’s biggest audition”

Clonskeagh residents oppose site for Travellers

Clonskeagh residents oppose site for Travellers

The objections come just weeks after a devastating fire wiped out ten members of the Travelling community in Carrickmines

Journalist investigating O’Brien:  ‘My computer wasn’t hacked’

Journalist investigating O’Brien: ‘My computer wasn’t hacked’

Mark Hollingsworth says he has no evidence of any hacking or theft

Billy Walsh exit: Boxing chiefs wanted salary hikes in return for new contract

Billy Walsh exit: Boxing chiefs wanted salary hikes in return for new contract

Officials handed junior sports minister Michael Ring a document that sought bonuses and grants

Fifteen car dealers raise stakes in €5m Toyota case

Fifteen car dealers raise stakes in €5m Toyota case

Carmaker allegedly engaged in anti-competitive practices

Comer Group transforms Hogwarts’ blockbuster building

Comer Group transforms Hogwarts’ blockbuster building

Company is developing 380 luxury apartments and houses at Royal Connaught Park in Hertfordshire

Irish boxing’s gloves of clay

Irish boxing’s gloves of clay

The story of how the IABA let Billy Walsh slip through its fingers is one of infighting, ineptitude and impossible demands

Documents on Sean Dunne's €58m home handed over

Documents on Sean Dunne's €58m home handed over

Paperwork was obtained from a leading lawyer who acted for Dunne in the purchase of 'Walford' on Dublin’s Shrewsbury Road.

Goal doubles income to €127m in successful 2014

Goal doubles income to €127m in successful 2014

The increased was due to a significant rise in institutional donor funding, with grant income doubling to €111 million

Screen legend Maureen O'Hara dies

Screen legend Maureen O'Hara dies

President leads tributes to the Dublin born actor who passed away peacefully in her sleep