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Third of cluster headache sufferers unable to work

One third of cluster headache sufferers are unemployed or have lost jobs because of their condition, a study has shown.

Data released by the European Headache Alliance (EHA) today showed that cluster headaches prevent one third of patients from being able to work. 332 more words

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Man pleads not guilty to stabbing murder for second time

A man has pleaded not guilty for the second time to murdering his former partner with a knife, the Central Criminal Court heard yesterday.

Mr. Vesel Jahiri told the jury that he was pleading not guilty to the murder of Ms. 238 more words

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Ibrahim Halawa trial postponed for nineteenth time

The trial of Dublin man Ibrahim Halawa was postponed for the nineteenth time in Egypt yesterday.

Halawa was arrested in Cairo in 2013 for participating in a protest supporting Islamic political organisation the Muslim Brotherhood. 194 more words

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Striking workers bullied by Tesco

Workers striking contract changes are being bullied by Tesco Ireland, said a representative of the Trade Union Mandate yesterday.

General Secretary of the Trade Union Mandate John Douglas said that Tesco did not act in “good faith” and were not prepared to negotiate the working conditions of 250 of the company’s longest serving employees. 322 more words

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Rugby World Cup bid could mean €2 billion boost for Irish economy

Hosting the Rugby World Cup could generate up to €2 billion for Ireland’s economy, according to the Dublin Chamber of Commerce.

Director of Public and International Affairs Aebhric McGibney said that other countries have proven how beneficial hosting World Cups can be, and that this would be a “huge economic boost” for Ireland. 300 more words

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Durand softball team strives for success

Having made it as far as the sectional championships in 2015, and the regional championships in 2016, the Durand Bulldogs are expecting to go far again this season. 387 more words