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Ryanair plans cheaper fares to boost market share

Ryanair has said it will slash fares to boost its share of an increasingly competitive European short-haul market.

Ryanair has said it will slash fares to boost its share of an increasingly competitive European short-haul market.

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Gunmen shoot dead 1, injure 2, at Dublin boxing event

One person has been killed and two others injured after gunmen wearing disguises burst into a Dublin hotel. They opened fire on boxing fans attending

One person has been killed and two others injured after gunmen wearing disguises burst into a Dublin hotel. They opened fire on boxing fans attending

Business

Ryanair aims to boost passenger numbers to 103 million in 2015

Low cost airline Ryanair shares fell three percent on Monday despite raising its annual passenger growth target to 14 percent. The Irish company is

Low cost airline Ryanair shares fell three percent on Monday despite raising its annual passenger growth target to 14 percent. The Irish company is

Business

Ryanair profits flying high with record passenger numbers

Ryanair says lower fares and a charm offensive to improve the airlines’ image are responsible for a 66% jump in profits. The share price took off

Ryanair says lower fares and a charm offensive to improve the airlines’ image are responsible for a 66% jump in profits. The share price took off

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Thousands protest in Dublin over controversial water charges

Tens of thousands of protesters have marched through Dublin as anger boils over new water charges. Households in the Republic of Ireland are set to

Tens of thousands of protesters have marched through Dublin as anger boils over new water charges. Households in the Republic of Ireland are set to

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St. Patrick`s Parade

Hundreds of thousands of people lined the streets of Ireland`s capital to watch the largest St. Patrick`s Parade in Dublin.

Hundreds of thousands of people lined the streets of Ireland`s capital to watch the largest St. Patrick`s Parade in Dublin.

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IMF's Lagarde defends austerity ahead of crucial Greek vote

James Franey euronews: “Christine Lagarde, you’re the head of the IMF; You are here in Dublin, Ireland to talk about the lessons we can learn from

James Franey euronews: “Christine Lagarde, you’re the head of the IMF; You are here in Dublin, Ireland to talk about the lessons we can learn from

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Ireland: Thousands protest in Dublin against new water charges

Tens of thousands of people took to the streets of Dublin on Wednesday crying foul over planned new water charges. It was the latest in a series of

Tens of thousands of people took to the streets of Dublin on Wednesday crying foul over planned new water charges. It was the latest in a series of

Science_technology

Dublin's tech Web Summit attracts record crowds

A record 20,000 visitors converged on Dublin for this year’s Web Summit, one of Europe’s largest technology conferences. Two thousand start-ups

A record 20,000 visitors converged on Dublin for this year’s Web Summit, one of Europe’s largest technology conferences. Two thousand start-ups

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In pictures: Two Ryanair planes collide at Dublin airport

Two Ryanair planes collided on the ground at Dublin Airport early on Tuesday, October 7. The wingtips of the two planes touched, with some damage

Two Ryanair planes collided on the ground at Dublin Airport early on Tuesday, October 7. The wingtips of the two planes touched, with some damage

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First female bishop in UK and Ireland

Reverend Pat Storey has been consecrated as the first female bishop in the UK and Ireland at a ceremony in Dublin. The married mother-of-two made

Reverend Pat Storey has been consecrated as the first female bishop in the UK and Ireland at a ceremony in Dublin. The married mother-of-two made

Business

Ireland shuns credit line after bailout ends

Ireland says its economy has recovered sufficiently that it does not need a line of credit after it ends its bailout next month. The precautionary

Ireland says its economy has recovered sufficiently that it does not need a line of credit after it ends its bailout next month. The precautionary

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Ireland delays abortion vote after all-night debate

Ireland’s parliament has adjourned its debate on a bill that would legalise abortion for the first time. Politicians debated until almost 5am on July

Ireland’s parliament has adjourned its debate on a bill that would legalise abortion for the first time. Politicians debated until almost 5am on July

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World goes green for St Patrick's Day

Ireland has put aside its economic travails to celebrate the day of its national Saint, St Patrick. The streets of Dublin were a sea of green as

Ireland has put aside its economic travails to celebrate the day of its national Saint, St Patrick. The streets of Dublin were a sea of green as

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Dublin court to hear case of ripped-off rockstar

The former personal assistant of U2 bassist Adam Clayton has pleaded not guilty to 184 counts of theft in a court in Dublin. Her trial begins on

The former personal assistant of U2 bassist Adam Clayton has pleaded not guilty to 184 counts of theft in a court in Dublin. Her trial begins on

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How to cross Dublin without passing a pub

The challenge was set in James Joyce’s 1922 classic ‘Ulysses’, when the main character Leopold Bloom muses “Good puzzle would be cross Dublin without

The challenge was set in James Joyce’s 1922 classic ‘Ulysses’, when the main character Leopold Bloom muses “Good puzzle would be cross Dublin without

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'Perfect pint' poured for Queen Elizabeth

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II visited the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin on Wednesday (May 18) to watch the ‘perfect pint’ of the famous black stout

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II visited the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin on Wednesday (May 18) to watch the ‘perfect pint’ of the famous black stout

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Britain's Queen Elizabeth begins Ireland visit

ritain’s Queen Elizabeth arrived in Dublin on Tuesday for a historic state visit steeped in symbolism and surrounded by security after a makeshift

ritain’s Queen Elizabeth arrived in Dublin on Tuesday for a historic state visit steeped in symbolism and surrounded by security after a makeshift

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British Queen arrives in Dublin for historic visit

Queen Elizabeth II has arrived in Dublin at the start of her historic visit to the Irish Republic.   The British monarch is the first to set

Queen Elizabeth II has arrived in Dublin at the start of her historic visit to the Irish Republic.   The British monarch is the first to set

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Bomb alerts in Dublin ahead of UK Queen's visit

The Irish Army have blown up a makeshift bomb found on a bus outside Dublin ahead of an historic visit by Britain’s Queen Elizabeth. A second

The Irish Army have blown up a makeshift bomb found on a bus outside Dublin ahead of an historic visit by Britain’s Queen Elizabeth. A second

Culture

Killing Bono premieres in London

Killing Bono is a tragi-comic tribute to one of rock ‘n’ roll’s many flops. It is the true(ish) story of the McCormick brothers and their band in

Killing Bono is a tragi-comic tribute to one of rock ‘n’ roll’s many flops. It is the true(ish) story of the McCormick brothers and their band in

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Saint Patrick's Day celebrations

Parades took place across Ireland to mark Saint Patrick’s Day. The biggest of these was in the capital, Dublin, where more than 600,000 people turned

Parades took place across Ireland to mark Saint Patrick’s Day. The biggest of these was in the capital, Dublin, where more than 600,000 people turned

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Students protest in Dublin

Around 1,500 people were involved in a protest in Dublin City Centre. The protest was organised by students opposed to any increase in college fees.

Around 1,500 people were involved in a protest in Dublin City Centre. The protest was organised by students opposed to any increase in college fees.

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Blair pelted with eggs at Dublin book signing

Three people were arrested after protesters threw eggs and shoes at Tony Blair when he arrived to sign copies of his best selling memoir at a

Three people were arrested after protesters threw eggs and shoes at Tony Blair when he arrived to sign copies of his best selling memoir at a

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Volcanic ash grounds flights in Ireland

All flights in and out of Dublin airport have been halted once again because of the volcanic ash cloud drifting from Iceland. It follows similar

All flights in and out of Dublin airport have been halted once again because of the volcanic ash cloud drifting from Iceland. It follows similar

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Dublin doubts euro-shoppers' patriotism

Irish shoppers are crossing a border to save money in Northern Ireland. Their euro is strong where the UK pound is weak. On both sides people blame

Irish shoppers are crossing a border to save money in Northern Ireland. Their euro is strong where the UK pound is weak. On both sides people blame