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# Paperround

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How the press is reporting the end of the World
Ivor’s fundraising, property tax, Revenue chasing house sales and a by-election scramble
Tánaiste plays down FÁS row, a dismissal of the kidney op case, and a goal for Fahey’s daddy
Grim discovery of young girl, more economic woes, and serious garda blunder
Tax dodgers, IDA staff shortages, and Christy crowned a poet
Motor tax, electricity tax, public consultant crisis... and more on Ivor
Fianna Fáil down in Dublin, dissidents on the rise, and pets on tour
Cranky Clerys, faltering Arnotts, an underslept Ambassador and angry Croke Park ticket holders
Economic growth but a harsh budget, Ronan says 'shorry', and a prize bond jackpot
The FG fallout continues, Cabinet divided over €1.1bn budget cuts, and pay or lose your passport
Passing the stress tests, more mortgage rate hikes, and how Joyce said "I'm alive" seconds before he was stabbed
FG's NAMA fundraiser, Lenihan's attack on Cowen's finance tenure, and a challenge to Civil Partnership
Cowen backs bank guarantee, Rory's golfing woes and SF's Tory visit