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Chippy Murphy feels so lucky being back after serious injury Kylie Murphy will be hoping to get her hands on the cup for real tomorrow. Photo: Eóin Noonan/Sportsfile Guards of honour are usually reserved for title-winners but Wexford Youths captain Kylie Murphy didn't need silverware to be afforded one by Peamount United five years ago. It wasn't that she'd put Irish football...
Deal with EU could be days away as May set to make crucial move UK Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab at Warrenpoint Port. Picture: PA UK Prime Minister Theresa May could try to bounce her cabinet into a final decision on Brexit on Tuesday, the Irish Independent understands. There is growing optimism that the 'moment of truth' is coming after months of painful...
Fyffes plans new production centre   Fyffes is planning to expand its Irish production and distribution capabilities. Photo: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg Fruit importer Fyffes is planning to expand its Irish production and distribution capabilities by building new facilities in north Dublin. Its parent company - Motcombe Ltd - has applied to Fingal County Council for planning permission to build an almost 10,000 square metre...
Bad week for oil as Iran supply fears subside Resources US President Donald Trump Oil extended its slide to six-month lows as the US softened its crackdown on Iranian exports and American supplies surged, easing concerns of an impending shortage. Futures slumped 6.3pc this week, the biggest drop since early February. The US has agreed to let eight countries - including Japan, India...
Brexit deal on Northern Ireland border 'very close' Handout photos issued by Julien Behal of a meeting of (left to right) David Lidington, Simon Coveney and Charles Flanagan speaking during the British-Irish Intergovernmental Conference. Photo: Julien Behal/PA WireLeo Varadkar and Theresa May at a bilateral meeting in Brussels. Photo: Taoiseach Government/PA WireSinn Fein leader Mary Lou McDonald (right) and deputy...
How this stay-at-home mum turned into an unlikely farmer Caroline Rigney, at her farmhouse home in Curraghchase, Kilcornan, Co Limerick. Caroline Rigney is an unlikely farmer. She comes from a non-agricultural background in Westmeath and was a stay-at-home mother until she and her husband Joe — a paving contractor who resurfaced many of Dublin’s streets — decided to move halfway across the...
Martina Devlin: 'Google workers around the world are accusing the company of misogyny, men and women saying 'time's up' - reminding us that collective bargaining works' Solidarity: Google workers gather outside the Dublin office. Picture: Doug O'Connor We're rarely apart, my Android phone and me. I use it to send emails and text messages - both business and personal - pay...
Top ten tips for small businesses looking to stand out - positively - on social media Eimear McManus Navigating social media, and more importantly making your business stand out on social media, can be trickier than it looks. Algorithms are constantly changing, new platforms and features are popping up every couple of months and small businesses often don’t have the time to...
Kevin Doyle: 'Ruthless FG selects O'Malley Dunlop to end Zappone's Independent reign'    Children's Minister Katherine Zappone. Picture: Collins There is a great irony in Independent TD Katherine Zappone having a central role in a Fine Gael-led Government. She was never supposed to be in this Dáil at all - but, after two days of rechecks and recounts, "stole" her seat from under...
Awakened by the west: 'A holiday so good it made me miss my spa treatment...' Fiona Ness and family enjoy an unforgettable Irish welcome in the wilds of Westport... Wonderland: Westport HouseGo Trekking equestrian centreThe Great Western GreenwayAfternoon tea served by a Victorian maid at Westport HouseSenses SpaCroagh PatrickWestport House is the pride and joy of the gorgeous town of WestportLady...

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