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Spaniards head to polls again amid far-right concerns Pedro Sanchez is set to win the most votes, but his Socialists seem far from securing a majority in parliament to form a government on their own. A man inspects the ballot papers at a polling station (Emilio Morenatti/AP) Residents in Spain have begun voting in a third general election in four years. All eyes...

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Hundreds of flights cancelled as Scandinavian Airlines pilots strike SAS plans to cancel 1,213 flights Monday and Tuesday, hitting some 110,000 passengers. Scandinavian Airlines is cancelling hundreds of flights (Tim Ockenden/PA) Nearly 600 flights have been cancelled and thousands of passengers stranded on the third day of a strike by pilots at Scandinavian Airlines (SAS). The carrier estimates the strike has affected some...
Take time buying cover online or risk becoming uninsurable Buying via a website is often cheaper and quicker but make sure you're covered Buying via a website is often cheaper and quicker but make sure you’re covered The unfair way that some insurers cancel insurance policies - and then refuse to pay out for claims - was recently criticised by the State...

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New IRA says Brexit has provided it with opportunity - report Lyra McKee: The young journalist was laid to rest on Wednesday. Picture: PA BREXIT has provided the militant nationalist group that admitted killing journalist Lyra McKee with a chance to further its campaign against British rule in Northern Ireland, the Sunday Times quoted its leadership as saying. The New IRA, one...
New dawn as Camry follows the hybrid road, but will it suit you? First Drive in Croatia: Toyota Camry Hyrbrid powertrain: Toyota CamryToyota Camry's interiorToyota Camry As I drove along the stunning coastline from Sibenik towards Split in Croatia last week, taking a side loop for a leisurely coffee by the sea in the pretty village of Promosten, it was hard to...
TUI warns pay inequality will not be tolerated General secretary of the TUI John MacGabhann. Photo: Dylan Vaughan THE Teacher's Union of Ireland (TUI) warned the Government that while moves to increase pay for young teachers is welcome and overdue, ongoing pay inequality will not be tolerated. TUI General Secretary John MacGabhann warned delegates at their annual conference in Killarney that the...
Industrial estate in Bluebell could open door to many different uses Flexible: George Cooke Industrial Estate is zoned Z6 which allows for a range of different uses to be considered An investment and redevelopment property known as George Cooke Industrial Estate in Bluebell, Dublin 12, has come to the market with a €2.75m guide price. It comprises a mix of vacant and...
Glanbia strategy 'on track' as group delivers revenue growth of 8.4pc Glanbia managing director Siobhan Talbot Head of Glanbia, Siobhan Talbot, has said the group’s strategy "remains on track" as it reported an 8.4pc increase in revenue in the three months to 31 March. Glanbia Nutritionals was the main driver of revenue growth, with a good performance in particular from the Nutritional...
Trump opens Easter Egg Roll with talk of border wall The president joined crowds on the South Lawn of the White House. Donald Trump and the Easter Bunny (AP Photo/Alex Brandon) Donald Trump has launched this year’s staging of one of the oldest White House traditions – the annual Easter Egg Roll. The president blew a whistle and sent spoon-wielding children into a...
Eamonn Sweeney: 'The shadow of Cheltenham is ever present at its Irish equivalent' Al Boum Photo and Paul Townend on their way to winning the Cheltenham Gold Cup last month. Their clash with Kemboy at Punchestown is eagerly awaited. Photo: Patrick McCann/Racing Post Punchestown will be different this year. In 2017 and 2018 it was the stage for the dramatic denouement...

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