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Emotion is very positive, let's show that - Klopp Liverpool boss insists there's no personal animosity against Bayern despite German giants' player raids during his time at Dortmund Main Mané: Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp speaks with striker Sadio Mané at training yesterday. Photo: Action Images via Reuters Whenever Jurgen Klopp faces Bayern Munich, there is an inescapable sense of what might have...
Ireland spending 'hundreds of millions of euros' on no-deal Brexit - Coveney Tánaiste Simon Coveney. Photo: Gareth Chaney Collins Ireland is spending "hundreds of millions of euros" on preparing for a no-deal Brexit, which would be a "crazy outcome" of three years of EU-UK negotiations, Tánaiste Simon Coveney has said. "We are spending hundreds of millions of euros in Ireland preparing for...
Bald puppies on the road to recovery after being dumped The three puppies were dumped at a vets practice in Halifax a week apart. Three completely bald puppies with a severe skin condition have been dumped at a vets, an animal charity has said. Two puppies, described as Staffy-types and around four months old, were left in a box at the West...
Consumers hit by hikes in pub, restaurant, energy and rent costs The price of alcohol and food in pubs and restaurants increased last month as the hospitality sector passed on higher taxes. Stock Image The price of alcohol and food in pubs and restaurants increased last month as the hospitality sector passed on higher taxes. Increases in the price of electricity and...
Tottenham suffer fresh stadium blow to Champions League hopes Spurs had earmarked the March 17 Premier League fixture against Crystal Palace as the first match in the ground, but that must now be rearranged as Roy Hodgson’s side have progressed to the FA Cup quarter-finals. Photo: PA Tottenham Hotspur's latest delay to the opening of their new stadium has put another...
Robinson says sustainable goals should be part of education curriculum The former Irish president described the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals as “very relevant to our world” Former Irish president Mary Robinson launches Trinity College’s Green Week in the Front Square, Trinity College Dublin (Niall Carson/PA) Former Irish president Mary Robinson has said sustainable development goals should form part of the school curriculum...
Man finds working 30-year-old Apple computer in his parents’ attic New Yorker unearths old games and even a letter written to him by his father. Apple IIe discovered by a man in his parent’s attic still in working order (John Pfaff/PA) A man from New York has found an old Apple computer thought to be 30 years old in his parents’ attic...
Farmers and residents near airport fear night flight restriction will be lifted A group of residents who are fighting plans to overturn night flights in and out of Dublin Airport are determined not to let it happen. The move comes after more than 20 farmers and property owners living along Kilreesk lane in St Margaret’s north Dublin lost their right to...
ODCE inquiries result in five arrests   Business Minister Heather Humphreys. Photo: Steve Humphreys There were five people arrested and detained arising from investigations initiated by the Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement (ODCE) last year. That is according to the Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphreys who confirmed 15 charges were directed by the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP)...
China's HNA could sell all or part of SR Technics Stock image HNA Group, the embattled Chinese conglomerate, is exploring options for Swiss aircraft-maintenance firm SR Technics including a potential sale, people familiar with the matter said. HNA is working with an adviser on the potential disposal, the people said. HNA's 80pc stake in SR Technics could be valued at $700m to...

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