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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...
'Teething problems' for biomass energy plan Lack of infrastructure is hampering renewable scheme, writes Claire Fox Barry Caslin, bioenergy specialist at Teagasc The lack of infrastructure and understanding around biomass production will lead to teething problems for farmers interested in generating renewable energy, Teagasc energy specialist Barry Caslin has warned. Mr Caslin said Ireland is not going to meet its renewable heat targets...

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Applegreen seeks slice of €400m jet fuel market Joe Barrett, Chief Operating Officer, Applegreen plc. Petrol and forecourt specialist Applegreen is taking aim at the lucrative €400m aviation fuel market at rapidly growing Dublin Airport. Ireland's second-largest service station operator delivered its first batch of jet fuel in recent days with plans to take on the two incumbents who have the market...
UK government to wind down plans for no-deal Brexit departure May under increasing pressure to name a leave date as EU grants further six-month delay to Brexit Pressure: Theresa May cuts an isolated figure in the House of Commons The British government shelved no-deal Brexit plans "with immediate effect" yesterday as Theresa May faced mounting pressure from Cabinet ministers, Tory Eurosceptics and...
Sudan’s coup leader steps down a day after ousting president General Awad Ibn Ouf also announced his successor as General Abdel-Fattah Burhan. Demonstrations have taken place in Sudan’s capital Khartoum (AP) Sudan’s defence minister has announced he is stepping down as transitional leader a day after ousting the country’s autocratic president. In a TV address, General Awad Ibn Ouf also announced his successor,...
At least six dead - including three children - as powerful tornadoes sweep across United States A view of clouds, part of a weather system seen from near Franklin, Texas, U.S., in this still image from social media video dated April 13, 2019. TWITTER @DOC_SANGER/via REUTERS THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. MANDATORY CREDIT. NO RESALES. NO...
Developer offers €69m for complex to build flats near new Facebook HQ Artist’s impression of Fibonacci Square, which Johnny Ronan’s RGRE will develop as part of Facebook’s new EMEA headquarters in Ballsbridge, Dublin Allied Real Estate Group, a company controlled by developers Adrian Langan and Cathal McGinley, is offering €69.3m for all 90 apartments at Ballsbridge Court in Dublin with a...
Turkey warns it will turn to Russia if the US refuses to supply jets and air defence systems   President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s existing plans to buy Russian S-400 missile defences have already alarmed the US. Photo: Getty Images Turkey has warned it could buy jets and additional air defence systems from Russia if it cannot get Patriot missile shields and F-35...
'I'm crying here for her 12 year old self' - viewers moved by Mairead Lavery's heartbreaking story of father's death on Cutting Edge Brendan O'Connor's Cutting Edge. Mairead Lavery, Brendan O'Connor, Christy Dignam, Deborah Somorin Journalist Mairead Lavery has been praised by Cutting Edge viewers for sharing the heartbreaking story of the death of her father, which happened when she was...
Trump claims to ‘know nothing about WikiLeaks’ despite 2016 campaign remarks President Donald Trump extolled WikiLeaks more than 100 times in 2016. President Donald Trump said he did not know anything about WikiLeaks (Evan Vucci/AP) President Donald Trump has declared that he knows “nothing about WikiLeaks” after co-founder Julian Assange was hauled out of the Ecuadorian embassy in London. Mr Trump’s claim is...

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