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Brother must pay €245k after setting up rival firm Stock image A man must pay €245,000 to buy out his brother in a dispute over the running of a former drilling company they jointly owned, the High Court ruled. The ruling arose out of a failure to honour an agreement a year ago to settle the dispute between Noel and Leo Hilliard...
Egyptian tourist province to ban single-use plastics The Red Sea province includes the popular holiday resort of Hurghada. Plastic straws (Kirsty O’Connor/PA) An Egyptian province on the Red Sea is to impose a ban on disposable plastics, prohibiting everything from single-use straws to plastic bags in an effort to fight pollution and protect the environment. The ban will apply to restaurants, supermarkets, grocery...
The verdict is in: Kelsey's old-style legal hero stands the test of time Stage presence: Ian Kelsey in ‘The Verdict’ Courtroom dramas are a Hollywood staple, and over the years they have given us timeless classics like 12 Angry Men, Witness for the Prosecution, A Few Good Men, and The Verdict - the stage play of which is about to make...
Sea of Thieves sets sail on a different course A year after a bumpy launch, the slapstick pirate sim is back with its biggest update to add new depth in narrative and PvP Sea of Thieves: Fishing for food and fun will also be an option in the new update One of the great joys in Sea of Thieves, Microsoft’s raucous pirate...
Connemara action group rounds on Ross over roads 'neglect' Transport Minister Shane Ross. Photo: Steve Humphreys Residents of a Gaeltacht region in Connemara are to stage a protest to highlight the deplorable conditions of their roads. Manus Ó Conaire of the N59 Action Campaign Group in Carna, Co Galway said residents feel "forgotten", as they've contacted Minister Ross numerous times over what...
Ewan MacKenna: 'If the FAI wants to treat public with contempt, it should be reciprocated' Dáil grilling: Former CEO John Delaney (centre) arrives at Leinster House, Dublin, with representatives of the Football Association of Ireland for Wednesday’s committee hearing. Photo: PA You'd nearly have to admire them. Nearly. For instance, we'd love to know how much the exact expenses were around...

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'Science fiction has become science fact' - first ever image of black hole revealed by astronomers Flaming eye: The image of a black hole at the centre of galaxy M87 captured by the Event Horizon Telescope. Photo: National Science Foundation via Getty Images Scientists have revealed the first image ever made of a black hole, depicting a fiery orange and black...
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