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Former Top Gear trio sign deal with Amazon Prime07/30/15
Former Top Gear hosts Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May have signed a deal for a new motoring show with Amazon's streaming service
Mark Pollock wins damages case after window fall
An adventurer from Northern Ireland who became the first blind man to reach the South Pole is in line for multi-million-pound compensation
Ireland fastest growing economy in EU - CSO
Ireland's economy accelerated by 1.4% in the first three months of this year and expanded by more than previously thought in 2014
Two investigations after Cloverhill Prison clashes
The Irish Penal Reform Trust has called for an independent inquiry
Italian admits to Dublin killing but denies murder
A 36-year-old man has admitted killing freelance journalist Tom O'Gorman at his home in Castleknock in Dublin in January of last year
Further talks on possible publication of Drumm statement
Fintan Drury, formerly of Anglo Irish Bank, appeared at the Banking Inquiry this afternoon
A major new film studio deal for Limerick
Chief Executive of Limerick City and County Council, Conn Murray on the confirmation that the council has signed Heads of Agreement with Troy Studios, subject to planning permission, for a long-term lease of the former Dell Factory in Limerick
Crowded field for Republican nomination for US President
Dr Jack Thompson, Lecturer at UCD's Clinton Institute of American Studies on the crowded field for the republican nomination for president in the US and who will the party pick to run against the likely Democratci party choice next year, Hilary...
Dublin and Clare boycott Camogie 'coin-toss'
Bríd McNamara, PRO for the Clare Camogie on how the future of this season's All-Ireland senior camogie championship is in question after Clare and Dublin both pulled out of today's drawing of lots for a place in the quarter finals
Disneyland Paris under investigation for price...
Director General of the European Consumer Organisation, Monique Goyens, on how consumers have accused Disneyland Paris of denying them access to cheaps deals available to residents of France or Belgium
British Cabinet's COBRA Committee discusses migrant crisis
London Correspondent Fiona Mitchell on this morning's meeting of the British Cabinet's COBRA committee, to discuss the migrant crisis at the Channel tunnel in Calais
DPP raises concern over publication of Drumm statement to...
Sandra Hurley reports on this mornings proceedings from the Banking Inquiry and Political Correspondent Martina Fitzgerald on the DPP raising concerns over the publication of David Drumm's statement
Nephew sentenced to life over uncle's murder
Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds on the case of a 24 year old David Cully, who shot his uncle Edward O'Connor in the back and has been sentenced at the Central Criminal Court to life in prison
Central Bank raises growth forecast
Economics Correspondent, Sean Whelan on how the Central Bank has revised upwards its forecast for economic growth for 2015 and 2016
Anglo Trial jury begins to consider it's verdict
Orla O'Donnell reports from the Central Criminal Court
NATO to address Turkish campaign against IS and Kurdish...
Robin Emmet of the Financial Times reports from Brussells
LÉ NIAMH Rescues 210 Migrants and Recovers 14 Bodies from...
Captain David Barry speaks about the LE Niamh’s most recent rescue mission
Irish Water will stay on Exchequer Balance Sheet
Paul Murphy reacts to the news that Irish Water will be kept on the Exchequer balance sheet.
Irish Water ruling will not change budget - Noonan
Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has said that an expected ruling by Eurostat that State funds spent on Irish Water must stay on the Exchequer balance sheet will make no statistical difference to the next budget
PTSB to give compensation after mortgage failures
Almost 1,400 mortgage holders with Permanent TSB and Springboard Mortgages are due to receive compensation after a series of failures related to mortgages were uncovered by the Central Bank.
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