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Four charged after fatal stabbing
Four men have been charged with murder following the fatal stabbing of a young Irishman, Seán Noctor, who died in Windsor after police were called to an altercation in Barry Avenue around 3am on Sunday, July 28.
Omagh families call for joint enquiry
The findings of a private report commissioned by some of the families of victims of the Omagh bombing – when a Real IRA car bomb exploded in the Co. Tyrone market town on August 15, 1998 – are expected to lead to renewed calls for a cross-Government enquiry into the atrocity in which 29 men, women and children were killed.
Vuitton bags Angela to showcase new range
Irish style expert Angela Scanlon was chosen by Louis Vuitton, the iconic French fashion brand, to showcase its Neverfull Epi handbag collection.
Amnesty’s stark reminder to British holiday makers
A list compiled by Amnesty International, the non-governmental organisation, draws attention to to key human rights issues affecting the most popular countries for holidaymakers from Britain.
Britain was never a real career choice for Pat Kenny
An RTÉ station insider reveals that working in Britain is not viewed as a viable career option for the Irish broadcaster’s leading presenters. The Irish Post’s Robert Mulhern reports.