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VIDEO: Embassy of Ecuador announce arrest of Julian Assange Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange has been arrested by the Metropolitan Police after his asylum at the Ecuadorian Embassy was ended. .
Ewan MacKenna: 'If the FAI wants to treat public with contempt, it should be reciprocated' Dáil grilling: Former CEO John Delaney (centre) arrives at Leinster House, Dublin, with representatives of the Football Association of Ireland for Wednesday’s committee hearing. Photo: PA You'd nearly have to admire them. Nearly. For instance, we'd love to know how much the exact expenses were around...
Dog undergoes emergency surgery after eating video game Rocco’s owners believed he had eaten a corn on the cob. Undated handout photo issued by PDSA of Rocco the Staffordshire Bull Terrier from Cumbernauld, North Lanarkshire after he had to have emergency surgery after eating a Nintendo DS cartridge. Photo: PDSA/PA Wire A pet dog had to have lifesaving emergency surgery after devouring...
Richard Dunne: 'Fresh faces needed at top but FAI staff deserve respect' Read Richard Dunne every week in The Herald A general view of the FAI National Training Centre in Abbotstown, Dublin. Photo by Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile I have no problem in admitting that I do some work for the FAI. I do it because I have been in football all my life...
Homesavers to triple headcount to 1,200 in €10m nationwide expansion Homesavers is keen to grow the brand Homeware chain Homesavers is to invest an additional €10m into its business as it bids to become a nationwide retailer. The company, which is headed up by former Iceland Ireland chief executive Tom Keogh, plans on opening more than 20 stores this year and trebling...
Michael Healy-Rae launches extraordinary defence of John Delaney Michael Healy-Rae Independent TD Michael Healy-Rae launched an extraordinary defence of former Football Association of Ireland (FAI) chief executive John Delaney. Mr Healy-Rae lavished praise on Mr Delaney for his work as FAI boss and promised him the "mother of all welcomes" in Kerry later this month. And he argued that if Mr Delaney is...
David Kelly: 'Axing Folau a crucial step on road to full inclusion' Australia's Israel Folau. Photo: Toby Melville/Reuters This time there will be no second chance for Israel Folau. Not everyone can turn the other cheek. It is a year since he offered his resignation to Rugby Australia (RA) on the last occasion he publicised his personal beliefs - chiefly that unrepentant...
'I heard my body rip open during childbirth, immense pain engulfed me' Childbirth agony: Nuala Hoey was one of hundreds of women who revealed their experiences on ‘Liveline’. Photo: Tony Gavin A woman who said she heard her body "tear open" during childbirth is calling on the HSE to investigate complaints about maternity care and address a "patriarchal" health system. Nuala Hoey...
Officers called to suspected burglary draw guns on Roomba vacuum cleaner The robot was doing a very thorough job, officers said. Officers called to a suspected burglary found the culprit was a trapped robot vacuum cleaner. Sheriff’s deputies in Washington County, Oregon, responded to a 911 call from a resident who said someone was in her bathroom and that they could see...

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Perfection is an illusion: Yasmin le Bon on melancholy, depression and the realities of her charmed life Married at 21 and a mother by 24, Yasmin le Bon is still waiting to get her sabbatical from caring for people. But, she tells Sarah Caden, becoming a grandmother has been an unexpected joy for her and husband Simon. It has also...

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