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'Welcome to the world!' - mother gives birth to baby girl on the side of the road Baby Lydia was born in the early hours of Tuesday morning Photo: DFB/Twitter A BABY girl made her entrance into the world on the side of the road earlier this week. The newborn tot, who has been identified only as Lydia, was born in her parent's...
How high-flying wealthy Americans regularly jet into Kerry's multimillionaire golf playground High on the Hog: Ireland's most exclusive private golf club, writes Niamh Horan The Hogs Head golf course near Waterville, Co Kerry The hog has a bad reputation. With its stocky body and flat snout, it's an animal few are keen to be affiliated with - except in the Wild West...
This Man's Life: Exfoliating? Cleansing? Moisturising? I use a face cloth to wash my face...    A man washing in a bathroom Ageism never gets old. Especially when you use it against yourself like a weapon. It wasn't my first "I feel old" moment. (Hardly. I felt "too old" for going to nightclubs in my late 20s - needless to say that...
Some workers to be granted special status - minister   Stock picture Construction workers, career guidance teachers and high performance sports coaches from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) are to be given easier access to Ireland. Changes in economic demands have led Business Minister Heather Humphreys to select a string of occupations for preferential treatment when it comes to job permits. The...
Analysis: The omens for beef farming aren't good when you focus on the facts rather than emotive debate Subsidies accounted for over 100pc of the profits earned in the past five years on the average beef farm I recently listened to one of our MEPs speaking on the radio about the virtues of sustainable farming and convergence of EU subsidy payments....
John Downing: 'So, is this tea and sympathy - or real no-deal Border answers?'    Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and German chancellor Angela Merkel pictured as she arrived in Farmeleigh for Brexit talks with the Taoiseach. Picture; Gerry Mooney First things first to avoid potential misunderstandings. The visit of German Chancellor Angela Merkel at this vital time in the rolling Brexit mess is...
Seven steps to a value for money JCB A second-hand machine can take much of the hard slog out of farmwork, but caution is required before handing over any cash A second-hand machine can reduce your workload considerablycaption to comecaption to comecaption to comecaption to comecaption to comecaption to comecaption to comecaption to come A JCB in the right hands is an...

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EU ready to hit US with €10.2bn tariffs in row over Boeing aid Trade EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstroem The European Union is considering hitting US goods ranging from handbags to helicopters with retaliatory tariffs to the tune of €10.2bn in a dispute over subsidies to Boeing, according to a draft list seen by Bloomberg News. The plan follows a US threat to...
'Teething problems' for biomass energy plan Lack of infrastructure is hampering renewable scheme, writes Claire Fox Barry Caslin, bioenergy specialist at Teagasc The lack of infrastructure and understanding around biomass production will lead to teething problems for farmers interested in generating renewable energy, Teagasc energy specialist Barry Caslin has warned. Mr Caslin said Ireland is not going to meet its renewable heat targets...
Watch: Robot basketball player sinks amazing long-range three-pointer It’s equal parts impressive and terrifying. (PhonlamaiPhoto/Getty) A robot basketball player is taking the internet by storm after video of it sinking a three-pointer was posted online. CUE3 appeared at an Alvark Tokyo game to entertain the crowd with its unerring shooting ability. 「狙ったシュートは100%外さない」A東京のGAMEでお披露目されたAIバスケットボールロボット"CUE3"🤖🏀超ロングシュートもCUE3にかかれば楽勝です🤷‍♂️@ALVARK_TOKYO #Bリーグ pic.twitter.com/eW9tpQ54EF— B.LEAGUE(Bリーグ) (@B_LEAGUE) April 11, 2019 And the machine did not disappoint,...

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