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# Crossed Wires

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Pacquiao's camp deny Khan fight agreement
The Briton claimed he has an agreement with Pac-Man for a fight later this year, but the Filipino’s representatives dispute this.
Another tender process for broadband plan would take three years, committee hears
Eir’s CEO said last week that it could deliver the NBP for far less than the approved bidder.
Shane Ross has been telling people they don't need a PSC to get a theory test. But they do
While the RSA has committed to removing the need to have a PSC in order to get a test, the requirement remains in place.
DUP denies it has made a deal with Theresa May
It is believed that Downing Street issued their statement by mistake.
Comreg to investigate why Westport is being plagued by calls for adult chat line
Westport locals were having their phone numbers mixed up with a British adult sex line.
A Dart every 10 mins? Hold on just a second there, say drivers
The NBRU says the plan needs some major consultation first.
Eircom error will leave 30,000 paying big bills
Eircom says it failed to process direct debits.
Labour senator slams Rabbitte's 'arrogant disdain and contempt' over pylon review
John Whelan’s comments come ahead of Pat Rabbitte’s meeting with the chair of the independent commission examining the controversial pylons project.
Rabbitte wants to reassure you about this part of the pylon study
Fianna Fáil is demanding that the North-South Interconnector be included in an Eirgrid Pylon review – here’s how the situation is being resolved.
10 brilliant missed connections from Irish Craigslist
Craigslist is here to let you know.
Birmingham lapdancer Rio de Janeiro hijacks Ferdinand's #AskRio Twitter session
It made a nice change from all the ‘why did you skip a drug test?’ questions.
So, a statement for Irish language mag ended up in Macau, China
A letter destined for Belfast ended up in Macau, China. Totally understandable.