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Donegal may lose mobile coverage during G8 summit
Mobile phone providers in Donegal and other border counties could be asked to cut signals during the G8 summit amid fears terrorists may use them to detonate bombs.
Fri May 17, 2013
Work under way on G8 security fence
Work to erect a massive security fence to protect eight of the world's most powerful leaders during the G8 summit in Fermanagh was started today.
The Irish World Newspaper
Warwickshire hurlers on verge of historic Croke Park final
Warwickshire's hurlers are on the brink of appearing in their first-ever Lory Meagher Cup final after a thrilling draw with Fermanagh at Brewster Park, Enniskillen last Saturday afternoon.
Thu May 16, 2013
Police outline G8 security measures
Police have revealed some details of the security operation to be put in place for the G8 economic summit to be held in County Fermanagh next month.
Wed May 15, 2013
School in G8 exam contingency plans
Schools are being urged to make contingency plans for pupils sitting GCSE or A level exams during the G8 summit.
New law will allow Government to shut down phone networks
Legislation is to be introduced to allow the Justice Minister order mobile phone companies to shut down networks to prevent terrorist attacks.
Tue May 14, 2013
The New Zealand Herald
Warning on Irish troubles
Support for Northern Ireland's paramilitaries will persist until politicians tackle endemic poverty and youth unemployment, the country's most senior policeman has warned, ahead of a huge security operation to protect next month's meeting of G8 world leaders.
Peter Darragh Quinn ordered to pay $188m damages to IBRC over "pivotal" role in stripping assets
Peter Darragh Quinn, a nephew of bankrupt businessman Sean Quinn , has been ordered to pay US$188m dollars damages to Irish Bank Resolution Corporation over his "pivotal" role in stripping assets from the Quinn family's international property group.
Mon May 13, 2013
Protest rally planned ahead of G8 summit
A major public march and rally is to be held in Belfast the weekend before the G8 meeting of world leaders.
Sun May 12, 2013
Businesses expect G8 cash benefits
The G8 summit in Northern Ireland is expected to bring in about A 40m of benefits, according to a survey.
Fri May 10, 2013
Obama to visit Belfast ahead of G8
US President Barack Obama will begin his trip to Northern Ireland for the G8 summit in Belfast, the White House has confirmed.
Eight held in immigration crackdown
Eight people have been arrested during an immigration crackdown in Belfast and Co Fermanagh.
Press release - Anti-Capitalists publish map of targets in the West End
PRESS RELEASE Anti-Capitalists are targeting the rich in the West End of London in the run-up to the G8 Summit next month.
Thu May 09, 2013
G4S to provide G8 summit support
G4S, the firm behind the Olympic security fiasco, is to provide support at the G8 Summit in Northern Ireland this summer.
Craftbomb: the power of the pom pom
You don't have to walk far in Edinburgh to hear somebody complain about the trams.
Calamity James slips up yet again
HE'S not great at balancing the books in the Department of Health - and has had his difficulties keeping equilibrium in his personal finances.
Former Quinn hotel to host Obama entourage
A HOTEL formerly owned by Sean Quinn will host some of the American delegation accompanying US President Barack Obama to the G8 Summit of world leaders.
Mon May 06, 2013
A killer tree disease has now been uncovered in all parts of Northern Ireland.
Since being confirmed at five sites in Antrim and Down in November, inspectors have been scouring the country for the devastating disease.
Fri May 03, 2013
Marie's journey from teaching to taking services
WHEN Belfast-born former headmistress Marie McCordick retired from a lengthy spell in the teaching profession in 1988, she decided that she wanted to apply the skills which had helped her forge out a successful career to something else.
Economic downturn hits Ulster Canal plans
Significant income was expected to be raised to cover the cost of the cross-border route by selling Waterways Ireland assets but the recession has set matters back.