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FitzPatrick ‘thankful’ after acquittal

After his acquittal on all counts Sean FitzPatrick issued a brief statement to the media thanking the jury for finding him not guilty and asking for privacy.This story is enriched with multi-media content

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Reds hopeful over Sturridge fitness

Title-chasing Liverpool are hopeful striker Daniel Sturridge will be fit for this weekend’s Barclays Premier League trip to Norwich.

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ESRI: Budget must not contain tax cuts

John Fitzgerald

There should be no tax cuts in October’s budget even though more than 50,000 jobs are set to be created this year and the domestic economy will grow at a rate not seen since the days of the Celtic Tiger, according to the ESRI.

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Relatives of West Cork massacre victims seek help

Martin Midgley Reeve and Barry Keane at the First World War memorial on  Grand Parade, Cork. Picture: Dan Linehan

A relative of Protestant victims of a notorious War of Independence-era triple execution linked to a bloody massacre has issued an emotional appeal for help tracing the bodies of the victims.

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Liverpool unites to remember the 96

The world of soccer joined in unison with the people of Liverpool yesterday at a memorial service at Anfield to mark 25 years since the Hillsborough disaster claimed the lives of 96 Liverpool football fans.

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We are creating a hell on earth with our betrayal of the planet

BETRAYAL is a universal theme commemorated today, Spy Wednesday. This is the liturgical memorial when, by tradition, Judas took 30 pieces of silver to betray Jesus, and entered into a pact he would live to regret, but could never escape — no matter that he would end up “throwing down the pieces of silver into the temple”.

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Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Sports Desk Blog

Week 3: Attracting Koreans to the club

 

Mark Dowdall

Back at home the lifeblood of every GAA club are the young kids who begin playing when they around seven or eight years old and move up through the ranks to minor, U21 and adult level.


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