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# Collapse
10 dead, dozens trapped in South Korea building collapse
Up to 450 students were believed to have been at a concert in the building when the roof collapsed.
# Dissolution threat
Donegal councillors have to agree a budget next Monday - or they'll be removed
And Phil ‘Big Phil’ Hogan will be doing the removal…
# apollo theatre
Investigation begins into cause of ceiling collapse at theatre
The author of the book on which the play at the theatre was based has said he is sorry “that so many people went through such a terrifying experience”.
# Latvia
Security concerns delay search of Riga store wreckage
A survey was carried out to establish how safe the building is. Seven people remain unaccounted for.
# Tragedy
Latvia probes store disaster as hopes dim of finding survivors
Rescuers have been combing the ruins of the Riga supermarket for bodies.
# South Africa
Up to 50 workers trapped in South African building collapse
At least one person has been killed after the roof of an under-construction mall collapsed near Durban
# Collapse
Dustin Johnson leads the way as McIlroy falters late on
The Northern Irishman threw away three shots late on.
# Marathon
Man collapses and remains in serious condition in hospital after Dublin marathon
The man in his late twenties collapsed as he crossed the finish line and was treated before being rushed to hospital.
# smash
This is what it looks like when your supermarket booze aisle collapses
# India
Up to 70 people trapped after Mumbai building collapse
There were 22 families living in the five-story building, owned by the city’s civic administrative body.
# Tourism
Holidaymakers hit as hotel website collapses
Tourists will not be able to apply for refunds until October at the earliest after a German company filed for insolvency.
# Agony
VIDEO: Exhausted cyclist keels over with cramp
The individual involved was about to be interviewed before suddenly being overcome by pain.
Column: Living with the legacy of corruption
Young Dublin Fianna Fáil councillor Paul McAuliffe says the corruption revealed in the Mahon report makes it difficult to repair public’s trust in politics.
# Mahon
Why did we have to wait so long for the final Mahon chapter?
The final chapter of the report was delayed due to a trial that ultimately collapsed.
# Close Call
Eight injured as plane lands nose-first in New York
The plane carrying 150 people collapsed on landing at La Guardia airport.
# Earthquake
At least 54 dead in twin China quakes: government
The quake saw more than 21,000 buildings being severely damaged, with 1,200 collapsing.
# Washington
Oversize load on truck causes Washington bridge collapse
The bridge had been listed as “functionally obsolete” – a category meaning that the design is outdated.
# Cambodia
Two killed after ceiling collapses in Cambodia shoe factory
A ceiling collapsed at the factory, injuring six and killing two.
# Indonesia
Rescuers use saws, wheelbarrows in dig to free trapped miners
The mine collapse took place at a gold and copper mine in Indonesia yesterday.
# need to know
The Evening Fix... now with added ways to leave your job
Here are the things we learned, loved and shared today.
# Bangladesh
Eight die in new Bangladesh garment factory tragedy
The owner of the Tung Hai sweater factory was among the victims.
# need to know
The Evening Fix... now with added awkward text messages
Here are the things we learned, loved and shared today.
# Bangladesh
Penneys: We will pay compensation to victims of Bangladesh factory collapse
Penneys said it will give money to people who lost family members in the collapse, which killed almost 400 people.
# Disaster
No more 'cries for help' as hopes for survivors fade at Bangladesh building
The death toll in the building collapse has now reached 363 but it is expected to increase.
# Bangladesh
'Stench of dead bodies is so strong' says Bangladesh building rescuers
A further 23 people were pulled alive this morning from the ruins of the eight-storey factory which caved in on Wednesday.
# India
Death toll reaches 45 in India building collapse
The seven-storey building collapsed yesterday evening into a mangled heap of steel and concrete about eight metres high.
# Syria
NATO: Syrian regime approaching collapse
Moscow also admitted today that its longtime Damascus ally might lose its battle with rebels.
# Japan
At least five dead after busy traffic tunnel collapses in Japan
The people died after being trapped inside a burning vehicle after the tunnel collapsed, 80km outside Tokyo.
# Euro
Britain's Business Secretary: Euro collapse could lead to conflict
Vince Cable made the comments at the Cheltenham Literary Festival, where he said that there isn’t a guarantee extreme nationalism and conflict won’t return to Europe.
# Companies
Six companies collapsed each day this month
Figures show there was in increase in the number of start-ups this year but the net loss was still 480 businesses.
# Iran
VIDEO: Iranians mourn as earthquake death toll passes 300
An official report from Iran’s health minister says the official death toll is now 306 – the majority of them women and children.
# quakes
Rescuers dig for survivors after quakes kill 250 in Iran
The two earthquakes struck within 11 minutes of each other, levelling villages and trapping many people in the rubble.
# Get In
Bradley gears up for USPGA defence with Bridgestone WGC victory
The American poured in a 15-foot putt on the last to dash the hopes of compatriot Jim Furyk and clinch a spot at the Ryder Cup.
# Indian Summer
Singh holds nerve to capture Scottish Open title in tense play-off
The challenge of Phil Mickelson never appeared while Francesco Molinari went from the sublime to the merely good.
# Phoenix Park
Three die from overdoses including one who collapsed at Phoenix Park gig
Gardaí have confirmed the death of one as yet unidentified man who collapsed prior to the Swedish House Mafia concert in the Dublin park. Two other males are believed to have died later in the night.
# Mons
McCarey 'absolutely gutted' by Monaghan collapse
Wolves and Ireland U21 keeper Aaron McCarey admits the Airtricity League needs a “major rethink” following the demise of Monaghan United.
# Tragedy
Stage collapse at Radiohead concert leaves one dead
The outdoor stage came crashing down hours before the concert was due to begin, crushing one man underneath.
# banana skin
Mike Ross an injury doubt for Ireland's First Test against All Blacks
The tighthead prop’s injured hamstring may prevent him from lining up against New Zealand on Saturday.
# Businesses
118 new start-ups underway each day last month
However, 55 per cent of the 11,156 companies surveyed by Vision-net last month were deemed as being at high risk of collapse.