DWTS: TV coverage stumbles as first star eliminated

Dancing with the Stars has moved from the twinkling of toes to the dropping of the axe — but not before a technical glitch delayed proceedings, reminding everyone of what telly used to be like when this kind of thing was as common as journeys through Bosco’s Magic Door.

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CAREERS 2019: Cyber Ireland aims to harness huge opportunity in global digital security

Cyber Ireland will start 2019 participating in a series of events to promote its role as the umbrella body for perhaps the fastest-growing industry cluster.

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Life Sciences: Why Cork? — top 14 reasons to settle in Cork

At a 2018 ‘Why Cork?’ property showcase hosted in London, Cork Chamber and estate agents Savills cited 14 developments which have greatly added to Cork’s appeal.

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A no-deal Brexit would break the medicines supply chain

70% of our medicines come from, or through, the UK, but after it departs the EU, it will no longer be part of our regulatory jurisdiction. We must protect patients, writes [b]Bernard Mallee[b].[/b][/b]

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Homeless Cork mother speaks about the stress of raising her kids in a hotel

Laura O’Mahony spoke honestly on [i]the Neil Prendeville show on Cork’s RedFM[/i] opening her door to the radio presenter.

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Philip didn’t crash because he’s old. He crashed because he’s male

Sorry to be sexist, but the most dangerous drivers have always been men, writes [b]Terry Prone.[/b]

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Liberties locals fighting to save community gardens from social housing development

Dublin City Council is set to begin works at the gardens and allotments as soon as tomorrow.

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