Thursday February 20, 2020

What it says in the papers

City Jet has been sold and now eyes flotation and half of learner driver fines remain unpaid

24th March, 2016
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CLIKC TO ENLARGE: Thursday 24 March

The

Irish Times leads with the Turkish president's accusation that Belgium ignored a warning about the perpetrator of Tuesday's terror attack in Brussels.

- Airbandb has insisted that its accommodation website is not taking housing away from the rental market.

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