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# No white smoke

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# No white smoke
Varadkar and Martin agree to meet again while Sinn Féin and Green Party talk policy for 7.5 hours
More talks today but we’re still no closer to a government.
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Dublin county board postpone decision on new hurling manager
Attendants at a meeting were told that the announcement has been postponed due to ‘unforeseen circumstances.’
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No, the Poolbeg incinerator hasn't started burning waste just yet
The plant has been gearing up for its first day of operations, in a process known as ‘hot commissioning’.
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The power of the independent TDs: "I'd like to see how far they get without us"
The independent TDs have wish-lists on issues such as health and housing – and they’re standing firm on them.
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Keeping schtum: What happens in the room is staying in the room
Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil are still talking.
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Michael Fennelly: 'He's winning and he loves it so why wouldn't Brian Cody stay on?'
The Kilkenny midfielder says his boss is proof managers should be given time to succeed.
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'I think he'll say there's still a role for him' - Bernard Brogan on Alan's potential retirement
The younger Brogan hopes his older sibling comes back for 2015.