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2 hrs ago | Russia Taday

US judge rules Microsoft must handover personal data stored abroad

Microsoft has been told it must handover emails stored abroad to US prosecutors by a New York court.

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5 hrs ago | Dundalk Today

Gardai opposed bail for woman charged with arson

Gardai opposed the granting of bail to a 26 year-old mother of one who is accused of arson following a house fire in which a 70 year-old woman was seriously injured.

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Fri Aug 29, 2014

The York Daily Record

White roses and thorns

WHITE ROSES >> To the York-Adams Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO, for organizing the annual York Labor Day Parade.

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Donegal Today

Ireland's longest serving Cllr. takes the Ice Challenge

Ireland's longest serving Co. Councillor put it up to those who had not yet "answered the call" and took a very chilly drenching today on Bundoran's seafront.

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Big News Network.com

Ireland trade mission canvassing Australian cities

DUBLIN, Ireland - Ireland's Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton is on a five-day, 3-city trade and investment mission to major Australian cities Melbourne, Canberra and Sydney.

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WPMT-TV York

Jam packed Labor Day weekend forecast

FRIDAY: It's another refreshingly amazing day on tap. Highs today will top out near 80A with low humidity air.

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RTE.ie

Cyclists in Race Around Ireland gather

Father and son Norman and James Beech from Cumbria, England are aiming to complete the 2200km race on a tandem bicycle Cyclists from around the world are gathering in Co Meath ahead of the start of one of the sport's toughest challenges.

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The Advertiser

Tributes to Darlington's 'king of Grange Road'

SHOPS and businesses in a Darlington shopping street will fall silent in tribute to one of the town's most recognisable characters, who died suddenly this week.

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Independent.ie

Gaeltacht Minister's crash course in Irish language pays off

THE new Gaeltacht Junior Minister has obviously returned from his lessons in the Gaeltacht with a very good report card.

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Thu Aug 28, 2014

Independent.ie

A race to get gated: Does it really cut down on crime?

Thousands of demonstrators sing the words, "We are all one," while raising their fingers and images of slain Florida teenager Trayvon Martin at a protest called A Million Hoodies March in New York's Union Square.

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Independent.ie

Murder victim 'Fat Andy' Connors to be buried in gold-plated coffin

The 45-year-old, who was shot dead at his home in front of his wife and children last week, is to be buried in a gold-plated coffin.

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Penn State

Senior Scholar exploring passion for journalism on trip to Ireland

By senior year, most students know which field of study they want to pursue. But the declaration doesn't mean they won't have the time or ability to explore other areas of interest.

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Business World

Recruiters, Hays Ireland, fees grow 27pc

Recruiting group, Hays, today reported an impressive 27pc like-for-like growth in net fees in its Irish operations, reflecting strong growth in the jobs market.

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Nationalist

'The Green above the Red' - a proud motto for a special club

Guest of honour Mi 1 2chei 1 2l O Muircheartaigh, book editor Ricky Sheehan, Seamus Troy and in front Lellie Sheehan at the launch in Mullinahone.

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Wed Aug 27, 2014

Independent.ie

Families outraged over lack of bus to Educate Together secondary school

Emma Dunne and daughter Isobel , left; Lisa Moore and daughter Laragh ; and Wioletta Wielichowska and her daughter Patrycja Baranowska.

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Related Topix: Family, Adolescents and Pre-Teens, World News, United Kingdom, Lincolnshire County, England,

The Las Vegas Sun

Ri Ra ambassador Cyril Francis Martin Kenny's Craic Tour of Ireland

Robin Leach has finished his annual summer vacation under the Tuscan sun in Italy, and many of our Strip personalities again stepped forward in his absence to pen their own words of wisdom.

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Fermanagh Today

Mother's hope after student's methadone death

The mother of a university student who overdosed on methadone has said she hopes her son's death can help save others.

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Chronicle Live

Baby boy with rare immune condition has life saved by Newcastle's Bubble Unit

A baby born with a rare immune deficiency problem is recovering well thanks to the help of North East specialists Bubble baby Conor Kelly was desperately wanted as his parents had longed to have a child to make their family complete.

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Statecollege.com

Nittany Lions Land In Dublin And Now It's Time To Work

Blue and White balloons, Penn State t-shirts, a stiff chilly breeze with a sprinkle or two in the mix.

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Dundalk Today

Oldest award in the world given to Grammar school

Reverend Joyce Moore BA, H Dip Ed, ARIAM ; Bishop Alan Harper OBE, BA, FRGS ; Mr Cyril Drury BA, MSc, H Dip Ed., Headmaster Dundalk Grammar School with the oldest award in the world being donated to the school by Bishop Harper.

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