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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to visit Ireland next week
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will visit the Taoiseach on Tuesday.
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He's (not) bringing selfies back: Timberlake in the clear over polling booth selfie gaffe
Voters – even former members of NSYNC – are barred from taking photos in polling locations.
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Jim White on Deadline Day, Rachel Wyse and how many cups of coffee he’ll be drinking
The renowned Sky Sports News presenter chats to The42 ahead of his big day.
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Who said it - Kay Burley or Kent Brockman?
We rather think they’d get on…
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'Part of the family': 1987 RTÉ guide pays tribute to 25 years of newsreaders
Ireland’s first TV newsreader Charles Mitchel was accused of looking at women’s legs through the screen when he first started.
Ruddock fresh and ready to fire after words of encouragement from Peter O'Mahony
The Leinster flanker was on his way to bed Sunday night when Ireland’s call told him to pack his bags.
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Ray D'Arcy, the 'new Love/Hate' - and everything else RTÉ One has in store this season
What’s on the telly? RTÉ have just told us.
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Boston-bound flight diverts back to Shannon due to "suspected technical problem"
The plane was out over the Atlantic when a decision was made turn it around.
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Ronan Farrow tackles anti-gay laws, cannabis and Ukraine in MSNBC debut
The 26-year-old son of Mia Farrow and Woody Allen says his new show is about giving his generation a fresh alternative to TV news.
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Fake news site Waterford Whispers is planning to create some real jobs…
Former bar trade worker Colm Williamson’s hoping to create five jobs over the next year as he goes full-time with ‘Ireland’s Number One Satire News Source’.
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Part two of the hilarious news bloopers compilation has arrived
Who knew that the news could be such gas craic?