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36 min ago | AlertNet

Irishman who died after returning from Africa negative for Ebola

Tests carried out on a man who died in Ireland after returning from an area of Africa affected by the Ebola virus were negative for the disease, the Health Service Executive of Ireland said on Friday.

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4 hrs ago | Dromore Today

Banbridge gallery hosts new Parallel Visions exhibition

The FE McWilliam Gallery and Studio, Banbridge will be hosting an exhibition entitled 'Parallel Visions', which runs from Friday August 29 until Saturday November 15. The exhibition, drawn from the collection of the Irish Museum of Modern Art , runs in conjunction with the Highlanes Gallery in Drogheda.

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5 hrs ago | Carrickonshannon Today

We will fight tooth and nail for Dromod Station

Leitrim County Councillor and Cathaoirleach of the Carrick-on-Shannon Municipal District Area, Sean McGowan, has vowed to "fight tooth and nail" to keep Dromod Railway Station open in the face of speculation of closures by Iarnrod Eireann.

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7 hrs ago | Independent.ie

Woman questioned over Real IRA chief death dramatically re-arrested over double murder

Last night, gardai were quizzing the woman about the separate murders of cousins Glen Murphy and Mark Noonan who were gunned down on the forecourt of the Tesco Clearwater filling station in Dublin, on November 23, 2010.

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Thu Aug 21, 2014

Banbridge Today

Went on Outlet shoplifting spree

A Lithuanian man who came to Banbridge "equipped with a bag designed to prevent detection" stole goods from a number of shops at the Outlet.

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Donegal Today

Tom McGrath's 24-hour charity run to Croke Park

A former Fermanagh Gaelic footballer with strong Donegal connections will do a 24-hour run for the Irish Heart Foundation on the eve of the Donegal-Dublin All-Ireland semi-final on the last Sunday of the month.

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Mirror.co.uk

Ebola outbreak: First picture of Irish man health officials fear may have died from deadly virus

Dessie Quinn, who had been working in Sierra Leone, returned home to see his family in Donegal last week and died on Wednesday This picture shows a 44-year-old man who has been killed in the first ever suspected case of the Ebola virus in Ireland.

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WFTV Orlando

Volcano could cause cancellation of college football game

If it erupts, it would likely cause the cancellation of the Croke Park Classic game between the University of Central Florida and Penn State in Dublin, Ireland August 30th.

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Daily Star

Redback spider bite kills dad of five Ireland

John Francis Kennedy, who went by the nickname 'JFK', suffered horrifying injuries as a result of the bite, and died last month from massive internal bleeding.

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Independent.ie

Eamon Delaney: A tribute to Albert Reynolds

However, it was in the private sector that Reynolds was most successful, famously going into the showband scene, and owning a number of dance halls, after which he accumulated a pet food company, a bacon factory, a fish exporting operation and a hire purchase company, as well as interests in local newspapers and a cinema.

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York Press

Former taoiseach Albert Reynolds has died

The 81-year-old became the eighth prime minister of the country in 1992, serving for just under three years.

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Related Topix: Sinn Fein, Europe, World News, Fianna Fail (Ireland), Irish Republican Army, IRA, Personal Finance

Philly.com

Philly's Maria Walsh Rose above the rest in Ireland

PHILLY'S own Maria Walsh took home the title yesterday in the Rose of Tralee, an international competition based in Kerry, Ireland, celebrating Irish culture.

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Wed Aug 20, 2014

Independent.ie

Collins 'greatest Irishman' says Hook

Hook stressed that Collins , a former finance minister and IRA commander, has as much relevance to modern Ireland as he did to the fledgling Irish State when he was shot and killed 92 years ago.

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Examiner.com

Celebrating Pride in Limerick Ireland

I've always been a big supporter of equal rights. Not gay rights, not women's rights, not African American or Latino or any other groups' rights.

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Northwest Florida Daily News

Chocolate cake with a stout addition

From what I have read, Arthur Guinness founded the brewery in Dublin, Ireland, where he began brewing the popular porter style beer.

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PSFK

Ancient Statues Appear to Take Selfies at Ireland Art Gallery

A Reddit user creates a photo series using unique angles to make the art pieces seem like their own photographer It doesn't look like the selfie craze is going away any time soon since people are still constantly thinking up new ways of creating their own version or interpretation of a selfie.

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News Observer

Eaton closing Charlotte plant, 84 lose jobs

The Charlotte Observer reported that Eaton plans to move the work done in Charlotte to plants in Indiana and Mexico.

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Dundalk Today

Young gaelgoiri enjoy the Colaiste Lu summer camps

Young gaelgA3irA from all over the county descended on the gaelcholA iste this month for a fun-filled and worthwhile week at ColA iste LAo's annual summer camp.

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Tue Aug 19, 2014

Independent.ie

Woman (26) charged with arson at pensioner's home

A YOUNG woman has been remanded in custody after being charged with arson in relation to a house fire in Drogheda.

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BBC News

The island that kids learn to leave

The economic crisis of 2008 drove hundreds of thousands of young Irish people from their homeland in search of work - as a result some rural communities are on the verge of dying out.

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