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# greed

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Was a feud over WW2 gold behind the gruesome slaying of a French family of four?
Investigators are unconvinced by the killer’s claims.
Many one parent families struggle to cover the basics of food, housing and energy costs
Saint Vincent de Paul has published a study on lone parents.
Pope Francis warns against money in football
“Football is a big business now because of advertising, television, et cetera. But the economic factor must not prevail over the sporting one.”
President Higgins: The empty concrete shells that dot our landscape were born from reckless speculation
Speaking at the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland he said the construction sector was leaving a ‘disturbing’ part of its history behind.
Column: 'The Anglo tapes are shocking, but I can't say I'm surprised'
Having worked in the financial sector, I know arrogant attitudes are commonplace in finance – which is why the Anglo tapes don’t surprise me one bit, writes Carol Redmond.
President Higgins: Anglo Tapes “are not the voices of the people of Ireland”
Michael D reassures Irish people they will be recognised internationally for their spirit and hard work.
Minister for Environment refuses to meet Priory Hall residents
Phil Hogan said that he “cannot interfere in individual cases”, despite the ongoing uncertainty for former residents of the Dublin apartment complex.
Yankees pitcher in 'wanting more money' shocker
CC Sabathia (aka “The Honey Badger”) looks set to walk away from a deal that guarantees him $92million over the next four seasons in an effort to secure an even more lucrative contract.
Occupy Wall Street protests spread across US
As the protests enter their 18th day in New York, demonstrations against corporate greed also spread to LA, Portland, Maine, Boston, St Louis and Kansas City.
Column: Romantic Ireland's dead and gone
In his weekly column, David Kenny reflects on his great-grandfather who gave hugely of himself for Ireland’s sake – and the modern grasping greedyguts who give nothing – but take everything.