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# Syria
Syria will hand over chemical weapons after agreement
The UN Security Council has approved a deal that will see Syria destroying chemical weapons.
# Pay deal
Primary teachers vote to accept Haddington Road proposals
A ballot of INTO members showed that 63 per cent are in favour of the proposals.
# Deal
Laois native Zach Tuohy signs new 3 year contract with AFL side Carlton
The 23 year-old is now contracted to the club until the end of 2016.
# Cheese
SuperValu strikes €160,000 cheese deal
The deal means that Irish-made Cashel Blue Cream Cheese will be exclusively available in SuperValu stores.
# Cyprus
Brussels: 'It's up to Cyprus to come up with a revised bailout deal'
The European Commission says there’s nothing else it can do if the Cypriot parliament won’t approve the bailout it offered.
Cyprus minister: Troika rejects our Plan B, and banks might never re-open
The interior minister says the Troika has rejected alternative options put forward by Cyprus for securing its €10 billion loan.
# Cyprus
Cyprus turns to Russia for help after MPs reject deposit tax
While President Nicos Anastasiades meets party leaders at home, the finance minister heads to Moscow with cap in hand.
# Bailout
Cyprus MPs overwhelmingly reject tax on deposits
Thirty six voted against it, while there were 19 abstentions.
# croke park 2
Unions to address "major public meeting" against Croke Park 2 proposals
A nationwide campaign against the proposals will include a major public meeting in Cork City Hall.
# Croke Park II
Frontline Alliance announces nationwide campaign against Croke Park II proposals
Its campaign is in opposition to the Croke Park Agreement extension proposals.
# Croke Park
Croke Park: Proposals need to be evaluated carefully, says SIPTU
Meanwhile, Deputy Sean Fleming has warned the Government to “resist its urge to oversell the proposals” emerging from the talks.
# Undocumented
Gilmore rings US Senators as pressure grows for deal on Irish illegals
The Tánaiste said the Government plans to use St Patrick’s Day to push for a deal on undocumented Irish workers in the US.
# need to know
The Evening Fix... now with added Facebook privacy
Here are the things we learned, loved and shared today.
# Promissory notes
Ireland and the ECB reach a deal on promissory note - report
“We have not received formal confirmation of precisely what is to be agreed,” Ruairí Quinn told the Dáil.
# Deal
Orange makes Google pay for using its mobile network
The Orange CEO said they had been able to reach a “balance of forces” with the search giant.
# Bromance
There's talk that the friendship between Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy was a Nike recruitment ploy
You’re going straight in our Burn Book, Eldrick.
# Euroleaks
Read in full: The leaked European Commission document into Ireland's economy
The full draft document reveals the Irish government’s fears about a mass boycott of water charges, criticism over the costs of legal services in Ireland, and Troika suggestions to cut public sector pay.
# Money Money Money
Buzzfeed's internet empire expansion continues with $19.3m funding
The latest round of financing takes the total raised by Buzzfeed to $46.3 million.
# Investment
CRH spends almost €630 million in investments in 2012
The company announced today that it undertook 18 acquisition and investment initiatives in the second half of 2012.
# Jobswatch
Swift Fine Foods signs €2 million SuperValu deal, creates 10 jobs
The Monaghan food company will supply a range of carvery meals under the SuperValu own label brand.
# regeneration fail
After more than 15 years, plans for O'Devaney Gardens officially scrapped
O’Devaney Gardens was supposed to be a model for fixing an area plagued with problems – but it all went wrong.
# 3D Printing
Irish company signs major 3D printing deal with Staples
Staples will offer 3D printing using the Iris printing machine, developed by Co Louth company Mcor Technologies.
# Finally
Eurozone leaders reach a deal on Greek debt
The agreement came after 13 hours of talks in Brussels.
# Oil
BP confirms advanced talks with Russia's state controlled oil company
The new $30 billion deal would put an end to recent disputes between BP and its partners
# already?
Moody's give new ESM an AAA rating - but outlook is negative
Moody’s said that a ‘weakening in the political commitment’ among eurozone states towards the ESM would have negative implications.
# replacement refs
Ref justice: NFL, referees reach deal to end lockout
Regular officials will be back starting with tonight’s Thursday Night Football match between the Cleveland Browns and the Baltimore Ravens.
# New Deal
James Reilly: New consultants will have to face a hefty pay cut
Consultants may also have to work weekends under the terms of the new deal.
# bank debt
Ireland will 'probably fail' to get bank debt deal by October - Bloomberg
The Department of Finance has said that the forthcoming meetings between European leaders are important to meet the end of October deadline the government has set but it isn’t looking good.
# Target Express
Target Express sale announced by liquidators
Masterlink Logistics, headquarterd in Blanchardstown, is to buy the company which only recently ceased trading.
# Deal
True blue: Steven Pienaar back at Everton on four-year deal
The South African playmaker moved to Spurs in January 2011 but failed to establish himself under Harry Redknapp and rejoined the Toffees.
# Debt Crisis
Gilmore says new eurozone deal is a 'game-changer' for Ireland
The Tánaiste has also said that it reduces the chances of Ireland needed a second bailout.
# newspaper man
Unexpected move of the day: Warren Buffett to buy 63 newspapers
“In towns and cities where there is a strong sense of community, there is no more important institution than the local paper,” the billionaire investor said.
# Israel
Hunger strike prisoner deported to Gaza Strip
Palestinian woman Hana Shalabi was on hunger strike for 43 days to protest against Israel’s policy of “administrative detention”. She must remain in the Gaza Strip for three years.
# Debt
Explainer: What's reportedly being discussed in talks on Ireland's bank debt?
RTÉ says Ireland’s banks could be given bonds by the EFSF, which could then be used to go to the ECB and get funds.
# Promissory notes
Confirmed: Noonan announces deal on promissory notes
The government had been in negotiations for some time with the European Central Bank over the €3.1 billion note which was due to be paid by this Saturday.
# Deal
James McClean pens new three-year Sunderland contract
The 22-year has earned a long-term deal with the Black Cats after ‘an explosive start to his career’.
# crisis
Taking a hit: Rangers players agree to wage cuts
The cash-strapped Glasgow club are hoping to keep redundancies down after the latest announcement.