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13 min ago | RTE.ie
The official responsible for administering the estate of bankrupt developer Sean Dunne has said he will return any property seized by him that is not the property of Mr Dunne.
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3 hrs ago | MCNEWS
Dunlop signs with Suzuki Tyco Suzuki has signed Irish road racer William Dunlop for the 2014 season to ride alongside Lincolnshire's Guy Martin in the 'Big Three' International Road Races - The North West 200, Isle of Man TT and Ulster Grand Prix.
7 hrs ago | Evening Times
RANGERS fans will appeal to the largest shareholders in the Ibrox club to help kick out the board at talks in London tomorrow.
Executive summary Bahrain boosts broadband offerings Possessing one of the smallest markets in the Middle East, Bahrain's telecoms market is arguably one the most developed.
STEVE MERCER CONFIRMS 2014 TT RACES CAMPAIGN WITH KEITH FLINT'S TEAM TRACTION CONTROL Prodigy frontman Keith Flint's Team Traction Control has confirmed that Kent rider Steve Mercer will ride for the team at the 2014 Isle of Man TT Races fuelled by Monster Energy.
Chief Minister Allan Bell MHK has welcomed a commitment from the United Kingdom Government to further strengthen its working relationship with the Isle of Man.
The diversification of the Isle of Man economy is continuing to provide great resilience in the face of difficult trading conditions and reduced Government spending.
The Isle of Man Aircraft Registry is continuing its strong growth and has just completed the registration of its 650th aircraft since its inception in May 2007.
Itex Ltd is under new ownership following a management buyout by Alyson Hamilton Lacey and James Cochrane.
A TT racer died when he was "catapulted" from his sidecar during the final lap of a race at this year's Southern 100, an inquest heard.
Isle of Man police will go "undercover in covert vehicles" during the festive period as part of a Christmas drink-drive campaign.
LENNON spoke out after ex-FIFA official Stuart Dougal urged referees to consider industrial action in the row over Nadir Ciftci.
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Tuesday, 26th November Marshall Islands tanker Genmar Argus arrived from Bilbao for bunkers in Falmouth bay and sailed for Teesport.
The 2013 Tourism Awards were announced this week and showcased the growing increase in quality offered by businesses in the local visitor economy.