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Passengers queue to check in and to re-book tickets at Terminal 5 of Heathrow Airport following a technical problem at the National Air Traffic Services control centre in Swanwick Passengers were left stranded today when a technical problem at an air traffic control centre caused chaos at airports across the UK and Ireland.
Northern Ireland passengers have been hit by flight delays and cancellations after a technical problem at the national air traffic control centre in the south of England.
ALL Marks & Spencer stores in the Republic are set to remain closed today as workers strike to protect their employment conditions on one of the busiest shopping days of the year.
Mark Austin traces Nelson Mandela's astonishing journey from prisoner to President, visiting the key venues where the story unfolded, and interviews key figures in Mandela's life.
Back in August, Roll Call reported on a swanky trip to Ireland for a contingent of influential members of Congress.
Ulster Bank initiated bankruptcy proceedings against Mr Dunne last February, due to default on repayment of more than 160 million, loaned to him to buy properties in Dublin.
The rollout kicks off today and continues through Sunday with live Irish music throughout the weekend.
Four Christmas trees that were blown down by gale force winds on Thursday morning are to be re-erected by the weekend, the council has said.
A jury have been discharged after failing to reach a verdict in the trial of a man accused of vandalising a a 10 million Claude Monet painting at the National Gallery of Ireland.
THOUSANDS of homes are still without power in Northern Ireland after gale force winds ripped down trees, power lines and electricity poles.
A designated Missing Persons Day will take place on the first Wednesday of every December, Justice Minister Alan Shatter announced yesterday.
MORE than a quarter of homes will lose power during peak periods in the event of an ESB strike, despite strong contingency plans being put in place to ease the pain.
Bristol Airport is to re-introduce direct flights to Shannon in South West Ireland a route expected to be popular with tourists and rugby fans.