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Actress tells libel hearing of two years of abuse by 'monster' Depp Happier times: Johnny Depp and Amber Heard at the European premiere of their film ‘The Rum Diary’ in London in 2011. Photo: AP/Joel Ryan, File JOHNNY DEPP was a monster who repeatedly beat Amber Heard in a series of drug-fuelled attacks before and during their marriage, new court documents...
Tommy Conlon: 'Writing on the stonewall for man who played dumb' Delaney joins a rogues' gallery of Irish bigwigs who sacrificed dignity in a brazen bid for survival John Delaney From government cabinets at the top of society, to village committees at the bottom, most of the manoeuvring required to preserve power and influence takes place behind closed doors. If there is mismanagement,...
Conor Skehan: 'Why governance is key to creating and maintaining a competitive city region' Successful management of Dublin's city transport requires implementing bold, big plans, writes Conor Skehan ROCKY ROAD TO DUBLIN: Traffic chaos in capital’s city centre An old security guard outside a big busy factory entrance in the US once remarked to me: "Where there's trucks, there's bucks." Seen from an...
'Dragon' Casey to run for MEP on rural versus urban crusade Presidential runner-up targets seat held by Independent ‘Ming’ Dragon flies flag: Peter Casey will run for a seat in the European Parliament. Photo: David Conachy Businessman Peter Casey is to contest the European elections on a platform that seeks to change the immigration system and end the rural-urban divide, the Irish...
© Reuters. The U.S. dollar rose on Monday. Investing.com - The U.S. dollar rallied from an earlier low as sterling...
Iseq boosted amid soft Brexit hopes Irish shares performed strongly yesterday, rising more than 1.6pc in late afternoon trading amid investor hopes for a softer Brexit. Stock photo Irish shares performed strongly yesterday, rising more than 1.6pc in late afternoon trading amid investor hopes for a softer Brexit. The main banks were among the risers, with Permanent TSB up 4.8pc, AIB up...
Kirstie Allsopp sits with her sons in economy class ‘mistake’ The Channel 4 presenter previously defended her decision to sit away from her children, saying Club Class should be a treat. Kirstie Allsopp (Anthony Devlin/PA) Kirstie Allsopp has poked fun at herself for sitting in economy class with her children on a plane. The Location, Location, Location presenter faced a backlash following a...
Man 'threatened prospective buyers' of land being sold by receiver Court heard it appeared he moved cattle on to the land without the consent of their owner Car dealer: John Kane arriving at the High Court yesterday. Photo: Kyran O'Brien A car dealer has been warned he faces being jailed for a third time for contempt of court for frustrating efforts by...
Family of murdered stalking victim says changes by police are 'too little, too late' The parents of Shana Grice spoke out after Sussex Police confirmed some of the officers involved in her case would be facing disciplinary action. The changes made by a police force after a 19-year-old was murdered by a stalker she had repeatedly reported are “too little, too...
No ECB rate rises until 'at least' the end of 2019 - Draghi ECB president Mario Draghi. Photo: REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach The European Central Bank promised to keep interest rates at their record low "at least through the end of 2019" at its monthly rate-setting announcement yesterday. With growth sluggish and even Germany skirting recession, the ECB had already backtracked on plans to...

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