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# Sunday Times

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Govt to make formal complaint over pictures of Michaela crime scene
Pictures from the crime scene where Michaela McAreavey was killed last year have been published in a Mauritian newspaper today with the Taoiseach saying that a formal complaint will now be made to the Mauritian government.
Support for Yes side falls in one of three new referendum polls
Three new polls on the Fiscal Compact treaty referendum are to be published in tomorrow’s papers with results released this evening.
News of the World ‘commissioned surveillance of critical MP’ – emails
Emails obtained by Tom Watson MP, an outspoken critic of Rupert Murdoch’s press, indicate surveillance to try and find details of an extramarital affair.
Denis O'Brien the biggest Irish loser on the Sunday Times Rich List
It’s not all bad news for O’Brien though. He’s still Ireland’s second richest person.
New poll shows rise in support for Sinn Féin
Satisfaction with the government remains unchanged as support for Fianna Fáil drops in today’s poll in the Sunday Times.
New figures show falling circulation for most Irish daily newspapers
ABC figures show the Sunday World as the highest-selling paper in Ireland, marginally ahead of the Sunday Independent.
Sunday Times journalist Marie Colvin killed in Syria
A French photographer Remi Ochlik is also thought to have died in heavy shelling of a rebel stronghold in the city of Homs.
Syrian ruling party building hit by grenades in capital Damascus
The attack marks the first significant attack on a government building in relatively quiet central Damascus.
News International in talks to save 'Fake Sheikh' journalist
Mazher Mahmood, the News of the World’s infamous ‘Fake Sheikh’, may be given a new job to stop him joining another paper.
Varadkar says the Sunday Times "hyped up" his bailout comments
The transport minister says he has not been “confined to barracks” over the issue, and that the government’s position on the bailout is very clear.
Cowen dismisses allegations of Anglo impropriety
The Taoiseach clarifies his now infamous meetings with Anglo’s Seán Fitzpatrick, insisting: we didn’t talk business.
Cowen to give Dáil statement on FitzPatrick meetings
Brian Cowen will make “a comprehensive statement” in the Dáil tomorrow on his relationship with the former Anglo chief.
'Twitterversy' over Sunday Times jobs cuts