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Dublin senior footballer Jonny Cooper is recovering after being injured in a knife attack in the city in the early hours of this morning.

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McEntee: Dromintee embarrassed themselves and disgraced the county

Crossmaglen co-manager John McEntee has branded Dromintee’s decision to field a severely depleted team including three players in casual clothing as an “absolute disgrace”.

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Kenny pledges three years of tax cuts

Three consecutive years of tax cuts are on the way, starting with the 52% rate the Taoiseach said — laying the foundation for the Coalition’s bid for a second term in office.

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Are some guards still above the law?

CHANGE is a serious dose. Change is difficult and painful, and it can be excruciating. So it goes for an individual. For an organisation in which resides great power, change can be the harbinger of tremendous upheaval.

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Cool heads win over Scottish independent brave hearts

A ROLLER-COASTER campaign saw Scotland flirt with freedom but finally decide to switch back to safety mode and snuggle up to the south after all.

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