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Girl, 17, dies of suspected overdose at Leeds Festival

Saturday  20:30,   24 august 2019
news.sky

Girl, 17, dies of suspected overdose at Leeds... >>>

More tremors detected at UK's only fracking site

Saturday  17:35,   24 august 2019
inews.co.uk

More tremors detected at UK's only fracking... >>>

Primary school accused of 'speciesism' for letting children keep alpacas

Saturday  17:05,   24 august 2019
inews.co.uk

Primary school accused of 'speciesism' for letting children keep... >>>

Tusk and Johnson clash over who will be to blame in case of no-deal Brexit

Saturday  16:55,   24 august 2019
msn

The pair are due to hold face-to-face talks at the G7 summit in Biarritz on Sunday. © Dylan Martinez Prime Minister Boris Johnson arrives in Biarritz, France, for the annual G7 summit. But speaking on the plane to Biarritz, the Prime Minister shot... >>>

Five young men hospitalised after serious crash in Co Donegal

Saturday  16:50,   24 august 2019
msn

The five friends were traveling in a car which struck a wall Five young men have been hospitalised after a serious road crash in West Donegal overnight. The five friends were travelin on the Meenamaragh Road at Upper Loughanure just after midnight.... >>>

Man rushed to hospital after thugs attack him with hammer during break-in in Rush, North Dublin

Saturday  16:50,   24 august 2019
dublinlive.ie

Man rushed to hospital after thugs attack him with hammer during break-in in Rush, North... >>>

'There's no such thing as a 'bad batch', it's all bad' - father of Jack (19) who died after suspected drugs tragedy at Indiependence festival

Saturday  16:50,   24 august 2019
independent.ie

'There's no such thing as a 'bad batch', it's all bad' - father of Jack (19) who died after suspected drugs tragedy at Indiependence... >>>

Nasa investigates space crime after ‘astronaut accesses partner’s bank account while on International Space Station’

Saturday  16:05,   24 august 2019
uk.news.yahoo

Nasa investigates space crime after ‘astronaut accesses partner’s bank account while on International Space... >>>

Longford man Ciaran O'Boyle died in New York while 'getting beer for pals'

Saturday  13:05,   24 august 2019
msn

The 22-year-old, who studied at University College Dublin, was due home in the coming... >>>

Homeless charity workers forced to flee Dublin park after being followed by thug with knife

Saturday  13:05,   24 august 2019
dublinlive.ie

Homeless charity workers forced to flee Dublin park after being followed by thug with... >>>

Police force REVERSES ban on officers showing their tattoos while on duty after 18-month campaign by union

Saturday  11:10,   24 august 2019
dailymail.co.uk

Police force REVERSES ban on officers showing their tattoos while on duty after 18-month campaign by... >>>

UK's ambassador leaves US after calling Trump 'incompetent' in memos

Saturday  10:40,   24 august 2019
news.sky

UK's ambassador leaves US after calling Trump 'incompetent' in... >>>

Boris Johnson will tell Donald Trump that the NHS is off the table in post-Brexit US-UK trade deal as he makes his debut on the world stage at the G7 summit in France

Saturday  10:30,   24 august 2019
dailymail.co.uk

Boris Johnson will tell the US President they need to strike the 'right deal' as they have breakfast on the sidelines of the G7 summit in Biarritz,... >>>

Varadkar accused of 'lack of leadership' on trade deal

Saturday  09:25,   24 august 2019
independent.ie

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has been accused of an "absolute lack of leadership" in relation to environmental concerns about the affect of the Mercosur trade... >>>

Steam engine pioneer James Watt is CONDEMNED by Glasgow University as part of slave 'reparations' because he profited from the slave trade and then donated money to institution

Saturday  09:15,   24 august 2019
dailymail.co.uk

A major British university has condemned steam train pioneer James Watt among other donors for their links to slave trade. Glasgow University had recently signed an 'historic' agreement to fund a £20million programme of 'reparative justice' over its >>>