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Government not planning to reduce excise duty on alcohol following Heineken price rise
The company announced yesterday that it is increasing its keg prices by 9%.
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Trump asks Congress to investigate whether his phone was tapped by Obama
Congress would be investigating Trump’s accusations that Obama tapped his phone.
Rousey breaks silence following UFC 207 loss to Nunes
Following her loss in just 48 seconds to Amanda Nunes, Ronda Rousey asked for time to consider her future.
The government has defeated Sinn Féin's plans to get rid of Irish Water
The motion called for the immediate scrapping of Irish Water as well as an end to water charges.
The Sage Northcutt hype train was derailed with this 'quick' tap last night
Bryan Barberena took the win in New Jersey.
Now the government's money is going into the company handling Irish Water complaints
The funding is being put into Cork-based Abtran.
Michael Noonan was told to scrap water charges in the Budget. Here's how he took it...
The Finance Minister was upbeat in slapping down the suggestion.
Refresher: Every smartphone gesture you will ever need
Because everyone has to start somewhere.
Wrestling chief Vince McMahon lost nearly a third of his fortune yesterday
McMahon went from super rich to plain ol’ really rich in a couple of hours.
Drinking has gotten dearer in the last year, but walking or getting the bus home is cheaper
Silver linings and all that.
Dublin councils are owed €32 million in water charges
A South Dublin councillor says the figures raise questions over the transfer of Irish Water.