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Month: October 2019


Most of us did not gain from the budget and it’s now emerging that many of us will, in fact, lose out in 2020. Last year Revenue took it upon themselves to review the system of flat-rate expenses for employees. Read more…


Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp insists he is a fan of VAR but believes the process is failing referees and therefore the teams involved. The Reds boss said he was so surprised the review did not rule out Manchester United’s first-half Read more…


A representative of one of the Amazon Rainforest’s ethnic groups (R) walks past Pope Francis as he takes part in a mass on October 6, 2019 at St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican, for the opening of the Special Assembly Read more…


Scientists have developed an “artificial skin” that they say can wrap around devices such as smartphones and make them ticklish. The prototype, which has been designed to look like and mimic human skin, responds to different forms of human contact Read more…


Protests in Chile have spilled over into a new day even after the president cancelled a subway fare hike that prompted massive and violent demonstrations. The governor of the Santiago region said three people died in a fire at a Read more…


Donal Lenihan previews the Rugby World Cup semi-finals and the credentials of the teams still involved. Donal says the first semi-final between England and New Zealand will be the pick of the semi-finals. Wales will provide a stern test for Read more…


Lebanon is braced for what many expect to be the largest protests in the fourth day of anti-government demonstrations. Thousands of people of all ages were gathering in Beirut’s central square on Sunday, waving Lebanese flags and chanting the “people Read more…


Skygazers are set for some celestial fireworks as Earth passes through an area of space “littered” with the debris of Halley’s Comet. The Orionid meteor is active throughout October, but is expected to peak at around 11.30pm on October 21, Read more…


By Corinne Gretler Danone, already struggling with falling yoghurt sales as consumers shift to vegan alternatives, is getting hit by a decline in its bottled-water business. Shares of the owner of Volvic and Evian water headed towards their biggest fall Read more…


GAA president John Horan maintains the new fixtures review committee won’t be hamstrung by Special Congress’ decision yesterday to introduce a second tier inter-county football championship next year. After over three-quarters of delegates backed the model which resembles the short-lived Read more…