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Technical issues reported at Noel Gallagher's Marlay Park gig
Kasabian and High Flying Birds are performing at the Dublin venue tonight – but there are reports that the sound was cut twice during the latter’s performance.
Dell looking to trim costs by more than $2 billion. But how?
The computer manufacturer is looking to cut around $2 billion in costs over the next three years.
Euro 2012 D-Day: A starting XI of players staying at home this summer
We’d back this lot to get out of Group A at the very least…
€645m saved through social welfare 'control measures'
Joan Burton says 982,000 individual claims have been reviewed, including savings of €60m from the ‘special investigation unit’.
437 jobseekers had payments cut for refusing employment help
The jobseekers had their payments reduced after the Department of Social Protection examined around 2,000 cases of people who failed to attend two Employment Action Plan interviews.
Eoin Kelly dropped from Déise panel
Passage East man can play his way back into contention, like anyone else, says Waterford spokesman.
Taoiseach urges banks to pass on interest rate cut
The ECB has announced a cut in interest rates – but AIB, Ulster Bank and National Irish Bank have all said they won’t pass on the cut to mortgage customers.
EBS to reduce its standard variable rate
The company is to reduce the rate in line with the European Central Bank’s recent rate cut.
Two banks will pass on ECB interest rate cut to mortgage holders
But aside from Permanent TSB and KBC Bank Ireland, what are the other banks doing?
Surprise! ECB cuts interest rate to 1.25 per cent
On his first day in the job, ECB president Mario Draghi surprised everyone by cutting the eurozone’s main interest rate.
Aussie player stripped of Rules spot after car crash
Colin Sylvia has been dropped from the Australian side to face Ireland after he fled the scene of a car accident.
Amish community seek police help after hair-cutting attacks
Amish bishops decided to seek help from outside after a spate of attacks against several followers by a breakaway group.
Cigarettes, alcohol and old age pensions untouched: reports
Reports suggest that fuel costs will rise but there will be no new duties on cigarettes and alcohol.