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In this week’s Irish Post (out now)



Sick children sent to Britain for treatment

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Hundreds of families were forced to leave Ireland last year so their sick children could get life-saving operations not available to them at home.

Glamour girl set to pound the pavements for charity

Former model Jayne Connery, who previously dated football personalities Sven-Goran Eriksson and John Terry, takes on a 29-mile run for dementia.

Notorious Dundon gang’s British links

The murder conviction of John Dundon last week for the killing of rugby player Shane Geoghegan brings an end to the Dundon gang’s hold on Limerick city. Members of the notorious gang’s family have many links to London.

Flying into a rage

The Irish Post journalist Robert Mulhern investigates how Ryanair, the budget Irish airline company, found itself at the centre of adverse media interest after the screening of Ryanair: Secrets from the Cockpit, the controversial Channel 4 Dispaches programme.

St Anthony’s have the golden touch
Picture special: Players and supporters of St Anthony’s GAA club came together to toast the club’s 50th anniversary in Reading.

Paying the ultimate penalty

David Langan, the former Oxford United and Birmingham footballer, whose career highlight was marking the great Diego Maradona for the Republic of Ireland, tells The Irish Post how financial hardship has forced him to sell his international cap from the fixture against Argentina.


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