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IHF finds over 1,350 junk food adverts went out during World Cup knock-out stages

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There are calls for junk food ads to be banned on TV before 9pm.

Cork city faces €250k bill to clean up illegal dump yet again

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Cork City faces a potential €250,000 bill for the clean-up of a notorious illegal dump site — again.

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Dublin set to get Ireland's first Hard Rock Hotel

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Plans are underway to build Ireland's first "Hard Rock Hotel" in Dublin.

British woman impaled by beach umbrella

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The umbrella pierced the woman’s ankle.

Father and two sons rescued by Bundoran RNLI after being caught in rip current

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A father and his two sons were swimming off Bundoran Beach in Co Donegal when sea conditions changed suddenly.

Edith Bowman on battling workplace sexism: ‘Make it clear you believe in equal opportunities’

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The presenter chats to Prudence Wade about the importance of career equality, keeping men in the conversation, and setting examples at home.

Hawaii boat passengers injured by flying volcanic lava

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The lava is coming from the Kilauea volcano, which has been erupting since early May.

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Theresa May to face fresh Commons test just hours after customs struggle

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Remainers were infuriated after the Prime Minister “caved in” to Brexiteer demands.

Manchester United agree deal to sell Daley Blind back to Ajax

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Blind joined United from the Amsterdam club in 2014.

Brexit campaign group Vote Leave fined and referred to police for breaking electoral law

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The Electoral Commission said Vote Leave exceeded its legal spending limit of £7 million by almost £500,000.

Showtime denies Sacha Baron Cohen posed as disabled veteran to dupe Sarah Palin

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Ms Palin complained that the comedian ‘heavily disguised himself’ to dupe her into an interview for his new show, Who Is America?

Netflix shares plunge as growth in subscriber numbers slows

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It is the first time in a more than a year that Netflix has not exceeded its subscriber growth projections.

Government set to green light Ireland's first technological university

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The government is to green light Ireland's first technological university today.

World Cup final protesters get 15 days in jail

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They were also banned from attending sports events for three years.

Julie Walters burst into tears during Mamma Mia damehood celebration

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Her co-star Christine Baranski said she was stunned when she was serenaded on set.

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Football rumours from the media

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What the papers say

Update: No plans to extend water restrictions says Irish Water general manager

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Level two restrictions came in to force in parts of Dublin and Wicklow last night, with water pressure reduced between 10pm and 5am.

Ireland has enough resources to tackle social inequality, says new report

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The independent think tank says the government can now afford to eradicate problems in priority areas like health, homelessness and poverty.

Mickey Ned O’Sullivan: Hype hurt Kingdom’s young guns

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Mickey Ned O’Sullivan has hit out at the “crap” and the “propaganda” in Kerry that followed the senior footballers’ 17-point Munster final win over Cork.

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Murder investigation underway in Waterford after assault on man (27)

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A murder investigation is underway in Waterford after a man died from an assault in the city.

Irish people pay second highest amount for gym membership in EU

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A new report from Deloitte shows people here pay an average fee of €48 a month.

Two-thirds of Irish consumers unsure about EU roaming rules, survey finds

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People are being hit with phone bills of up to €700 when they come back from holidays, according to a new survey.

Ballyliffin putting woes tune Rory up for Open tilt

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Rory McIlroy is confident he has fixed the putting problems that sank his Irish Open hopes a fortnight ago as he launches his bid for a fifth major title of his career in Scotland this week.

Facebook ‘allowed graphic or abusive material to remain online’, programme finds

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Violent videos including assaults on children were not removed by moderators, Dispatches found.

John Caulfield wants Cork City to show ‘best hand’

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Defender Conor McCarthy and midfielder Gearóid Morrissey are both out of Cork City’s Champions League first qualifying round second-leg clash with Legia Warsaw, but manager John Caulfield still has some hope that goalkeeper Mark McNulty…

My fight for equal pay at BBC was worse than cancer, says Carrie Gracie

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The journalist reached an agreement with the corporation last month.

Donald Trump labelled ‘weak’ after questioning US intelligence on election meddling

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The Russian leader spoke during a press conference following a summit with US president Donald Trump in Helsinki.

Julie Graham: Women over age of 50 don’t exist in film world

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The actress has said there needs to be more female-led shows, like her new series The Bletchley Circle: San Francisco.

It was a miracle everything worked, says Thai cave rescue diver based in Clare

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Jim Warny, who is originally from Belgium but lives in Co Clare, has opened up about the length of time it took to reach the 12 boys inside the cave.

Directors group warn on overheating economy

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The economy may already be overheating as fears about Brexit, skills shortages and political insecurity loom large, Ireland’s business directors believe.