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3 Healthy Movie Night Snacks!

Staying on the couch this weekend? Say no to greasy takeaways and sugar-filled snacks! Instead, try our super healthy, easy and speedy recipes!

Quick and Tasty Hummus

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Michael D Higgins presents IFTA award to Martin Scorsese

A true legend of film was in Dublin this weekend as Oscar winning director Martin Scorsese paid a visit.

He received the IFTA John Ford Award from President Michael D.Higgins before giving a talk on his work.

Ford was a world-renowned Irish-American director who was a big influence

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CCTV has captured this shocking hit and run on UK city street

Police have released footage of a hit and run in Birmingham, England in an effort to trace the car involved.

The shocking video shows a BMW mounting a pavement and hitting a teenage girl before driving off.

The 17-year-old victim was walking with her mother

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Bernie Sanders brought 'the bern' to Donald Trump's latest tweets

One of Donald Trump's favourite things to do as president is blast off a number of tweets to try to reassure his followers that 'he's got this'.

But what happens when Twitter, and one of the biggest stars of American politics, blast back?

On Saturday morning, Trump tweeted that the

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Classy Cuala book All-Ireland Club final place

Cuala (Dublin) 3-21 Slaughtneil (Derry) 2-11

Classy Cuala charged into the All-Ireland Club Hurling Championship final with a big win over Slaughtneil, and they will be the first club to appear in the St Patrick’s Day showpiece, writes Francis Mooney.

The Leinster

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GAA Congress: Motion to recognise Club Players Association withdrawn

Tipperary and Wexford’s motion to officially recognise the Club Players Association (CPA) was withdrawn after a call to do so by former GAA president Nickey Brennan, writes John Fogarty.

Sensing the proposal would be defeated, Brennan argued that Congress should avoid sending out the

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EuroMillions winning streak continues as one Irish punter wins just over €154,000

The Irish EuroMillions winning streak is still continuing after one lucky punter pocketed just over €154,000 in last night’s jackpot draw.

The lucky winner who might consider themselves a tad bit unlucky after missing out on the main jackpot of €28.8m by just one number, will

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Move over Doris: Weather set to become a lot colder as Met Eireann warn snow is on its way

We may have seen the last of storm Doris over the weekend, but the weather is once again about to get a whole lot colder according to Met Eireann.

According to the national forecaster there will be a very wintery feel at the beginning of next week as temperatures are expected to drop to

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Resurgent Scotland ease past a poor Welsh side in Murrayfield

Scotland have shown the rest of the world that their victory over Ireland three weeks ago was no fluke by beating a poor Welsh team 29-13 at Murrayfield this afternoon.

In a game that the Welsh were expected to win it was the plucky and determined Scots who came on top and took a deserved

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Two workers locked in room during attempted North Dublin robbery

Two shop workers were locked in a room during an attempted robbery in Finglas early on Saturday morning.

Gardai foiled the robbery and arrested one man in relation to the incident.

They are currently investigating the incident.

A garda statement read: “At approximately 7.30am

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Breast cancer survivor Majella O’Donnell slams new cancer ads

Majella O’Donnell was shocked for all the wrong reasons by the Irish Cancer Society’s controversial new ad campaign.

As one of the charity’s biggest supporters, Majella shaved her head live on The Late Late Show in 2013 before embarking on her chemotherapy treatment for breast

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Man arrested in Dublin during armed robbery

A man in his 40's was arrested in Dublin this morning after Gardaí were called to an armed robbery.

Officers say they found a man with a crowbar at a robbery-in-progress at a shop in the Hampton Wood area of Finglas at about 7.30am.

Following a brief struggle a man was detained and

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Explainer: Why tens of thousands face starvation in war-torn South Sudan
Famine was declared in the new African country on Monday, which has been embroiled in civil conflict for years.
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Cabinet to approve Bill that will see 10,000 Medical Cards issued to disabled children

According to reports today, it is expected that the cabinet will approve a motion early next week that will see 10,000 disabled children in receipt of the domiciliary care allowance being given a free medical cards.

It is understood the Minister for Health Simon Harris will submit a report

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Gardaí arrest man aged in his 40s following an armed robbery in Finglas

Gardaí in Dublin have confirmed they have arrested a man following an armed robbery in Finglas.

Gardaí say they arrested the man aged in his 40s, after they discovered him with a crowbar, after being altered to a to a robbery at a shop in the Hampton Wood area at approximately

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Gardaí appeal for social media sharing of missing Lucan woman Michelle Kearney

Gardaí in Dublin have issued an to the public for their help in order to trace the whereabouts of missing Lucan woman Michelle Kearney.

Gardaí say Michelle aged 56, was last seen in the Lucan area of Dublin on Sunday February 6 at 8.20pm.

Michelle is described as being 5ft 9in in

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Five teens face UK court on terror charges
Four teenagers accused of planning to travel to Syria to join IS have appeared in court on terror charges.
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'I begged for mercy' - man attacked after trying to stop gang setting bin on fire
A DUBLIN man who suffered a fractured skull after he confronted thugs who set his wheelie bin on fire has revealed how he pleaded for mercy because of his bad heart.
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'Super 8' system to replace Senior Football Championship quarter-finals after GAA vote

It was a good morning for the GAA as they got their ‘trinity of motions’ on championship structures passed at Annual Congress.

From 2018 on, the All-Ireland finals in hurling and football will be played in August, replays won’t be played in senior championship games apart

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Snow on the way as stormy weather looks set to drag into next week

We may be over the worst of Storm Doris but the miserable weather looks set to continue as stormy conditions and snow is expected to hit the country over the next few days.

Today is expected to be windy and wet around the country which will eventually give way to stormy conditions

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‘Game of Thrones’ star says fans need to “get a f*cking life”

Ian McShane has launched a stinging attack on Game of Thrones fans.

McShane made his one and only appearance on the fantasy show towards the end of season six in the episode ‘The Broken Man’.

Months before he appeared on the show, McShane drew the ire of Game of Thrones fans

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Tragedy as young man killed in collision in Co Donegal
The 21-year-old was driving a van on a local road when tragedy struck
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Pedestrian seriously injured after being hit by a car in Meath

A pedestrian has been seriously injured after being hit by a car in Meath.

The car struck the 33-year-old man on the Kentstown Road in Navan at about 4.35am this morning.

An ambulance brought the man to Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital, Drogheda where his condition is understood to be

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19 surprising places around the world that celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

This article first appeared in IrishCentral's sister publication Irish America magazine. 

We’re familiar with the traditionally large-scale and internationally renowned St. Patrick’s Day parades – New York, Boston, Chicago, Dublin, and the like – but what about the other 190

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Enda Kenny calls for United Ireland provision in Brexit deal

Irish Taoiseach Enda Kenny believes a provision must be included in the UK’s Brexit deal which will allow Northern Ireland to easily rejoin the European Union in the event of Irish reunification.

Speaking at a press conference in Brussels on Thursday, the Irish leader stated that Ireland

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Norwegian Air’s cheap Irish fares from US "unsustainable"says Aer Lingus boss

Willie Walsh, the Chief Executive of the International Airlines Group (IAG), has poured scorn on the idea that Norwegian Air’s cut price fares to Ireland will last. Walsh also oversees Aer Lingus as part of the IAG, formerly British Airways fleet.

The budget airline sold its first

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Mocking the Irish Famine on T-shirts is a joke too far

Drinking jokes and tacky green hats are, alas, the fodder of St. Patrick's Day, but poking fun at the Irish Famine crosses a line.

So Look Human’s new clothing line, which emblazons  the meme “My potatoes bring all the Irish to the yard and they're like that famine was hard” onto

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Drunk Kinahan thug lifted after trying to whack man after "buying fake drugs"
Boozed up Kinahan cartel thug Gareth Chubb was arrested after he allegedly pulled a gun on a Nigerian national who Dutch cops suspect of selling fake drugs to tourists.
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The controversial 'Super 8' is coming into the All-Ireland SFC for three years from 2018
The restructuring of the football championship was passed in Croke Park today.
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Daily News
Pedro stars as Chelsea maintain advantage at the top with hard fought win over Swansea
Chelsea moved 11 points clear at the top of the Premier League with a hard-fought 3-1 win over Swansea.
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Cuala become first Dublin side to reach All-Ireland club hurling final after clinical rout of Slaughtneil
Slaughtneil's attempt to become the first club to win both All-Ireland club titles fell victim to a cold-blooded performance from Cuala in Armagh’s Athletic Grounds.
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Muhammad Ali's son detained at airport and asked: Are you Muslim? - lawyer
The son of boxing legend Muhammad Ali was detained by immigration staff at a Florida airport, who repeatedly asked him "Are you Muslim?", a lawyer has said.
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Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael are almost neck-and-neck in the latest opinion poll after Taoiseach Enda Kenny this week saw off a potential leadership heave from his party members.
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'I thought I just had pulled a muscle but it was the beginnings of a heart attack' - Irish woman (50) was lucky to survive
Not long after celebrating her 50th birthday, Christine McGrath started complaining of a pain in her back. The Dublin woman assumed she had pulled a muscle and carried on life as usual, while constantly being reminded of a nagging pain between her shoulder blades.
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Hero Irish scouts rescue leader after he suffered fractured ankle on 3,000m glacier
Two venture scouts who rescued their leader after he slipped and fell on a glacier have been praised for their cool heads.
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Ireland 16-6 France, Six Nations: Sexton stars on return as Ireland take control against France
The stakes are high at the Aviva Stadium as Ireland and France look to keep pace with England with a win this evening. Follow all the action in our liveblog:
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Man armed with knife shot after driving vehicle into pedestrians in Germany
Three people have been injured, one of them seriously, after a car drove into pedestrians in German city of Heidelberg.
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18 simple dreams of people who rent
We don’t want anything fancy. Just minimal mould.
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Barack Obama is getting a rock star reception in New York this week

Screaming crowds, people in tears at seeing their idol in person… no, we’re not talking about Justin Bieber’s daily life.

Obama's in Flatiron and all I saw was some phones pic.twitter.com/RPQtt10nmg— Kate H. Taylor (@Kate_H_Taylor) February 24,

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See the latest trailer for Doctor Who season 10

A new Doctor Who season 10 trailer has been released, giving fans a taste of what is to come during Peter Capaldi’s last run as the Time Lord.

The promo, dubbed A Time For Heroes, was tweeted on the programme’s official social media account on Saturday afternoon

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Film slamming Hillary Clinton collects four Razzie Awards including worst picture

A film taking aim at former presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton has been handed a number of accolades at the not-so-prestigious Razzie Awards.

Hillary’s America: The Secret History Of The Democratic Party and Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice each collected four

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WATCH: Mary I retain Fitzgibbon Cup crown after entertaining final

Fitzgibbon Cup Final

Mary Immaculate College 3-24 IT Carlow 1-19

Aaron Gillane fired 1-5 as Mary Immaculate College claimed back-to-back Fitzgibbon Cup titles at Pearse Stadium, writes Cóilín Duffy.

Winners for the first time ever last year, the Limerick

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GAA Congress: Motion to recognise Club Players Association withdrawn

Tipperary and Wexford’s motion to officially recognise the Club Players Association (CPA) was withdrawn after a call to do so by former GAA president Nickey Brennan, writes John Fogarty.

Sensing the proposal would be defeated, Brennan argued that Congress should avoid sending out the

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Scotland battle back to earn first win in 10 years over Wales

Scotland ended 10 years of hurt against Wales as they kept alive their RBS 6 Nations title hopes at Murrayfield.

Wings Tommy Seymour and Tim Visser scored second-half tries, while 19 points from fly-half Finn Russell saw Scotland home 29-13 as they posted a first victory over Wales since

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Classy Cuala book All-Ireland Club final place

Cuala (Dublin) 3-21 Slaughtneil (Derry) 2-11

Classy Cuala charged into the All-Ireland Club Hurling Championship final with a big win over Slaughtneil, and they will be the first club to appear in the St Patrick’s Day showpiece, writes Francis Mooney.

The Leinster

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Chelsea move 11 points clear at the top after hard-fought win

Chelsea moved 11 points clear at the top of the Premier League with a hard-fought 3-1 win over Swansea.

Cesc Fabregas scored on his 300th Premier League appearance, but Fernando Llorente equalised on the stroke of half-time.

Chelsea's Pedro (hidden) celebrates scoring his

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Leicester drop into relegation zone while Moyes endures miserable Goodison return

Premier League champions Leicester dropped into the relegation zone after victory for Crystal Palace against Middlesbrough.

The Foxes play their first match since the dismissal of Claudio Ranieri against Liverpool on Monday and will do so in the bottom three.

Sam Allardyce has had a

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today 18:25 Pedro stars as Chelsea maintain advantage at the top with hard fought win over Swansea
today 18:25 Cuala become first Dublin side to reach All-Ireland club hurling final after clinical rout of Slaughtneil
today 18:25 Muhammad Ali's son detained at airport and asked: Are you Muslim? - lawyer
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today 18:25 'I thought I just had pulled a muscle but it was the beginnings of a heart attack' - Irish woman (50) was lucky to survive
today 18:25 Hero Irish scouts rescue leader after he suffered fractured ankle on 3,000m glacier
today 18:25 Ireland 16-6 France, Six Nations: Sexton stars on return as Ireland take control against France
today 18:25 Man armed with knife shot after driving vehicle into pedestrians in Germany
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today 17:53 Barack Obama is getting a rock star reception in New York this week
today 17:53 See the latest trailer for Doctor Who season 10
today 17:53 Film slamming Hillary Clinton collects four Razzie Awards including worst picture
today 17:53 WATCH: Mary I retain Fitzgibbon Cup crown after entertaining final
today 17:53 GAA Congress: Motion to recognise Club Players Association withdrawn
today 17:53 Scotland battle back to earn first win in 10 years over Wales
today 17:53 Classy Cuala book All-Ireland Club final place
today 17:53 Chelsea move 11 points clear at the top after hard-fought win
today 17:53 Leicester drop into relegation zone while Moyes endures miserable Goodison return
today 17:53 Robert Mugabe: I have a mandate to lead
today 17:53 Man shot after driving car into city square in Germany
today 17:53 Bernie Sanders brought 'the bern' to Donald Trump's latest tweets
today 17:25 Willie Mullins eyeing Aintree for Bobbyjo winner Pleasant Company
today 17:25 CPA must wait for recognition within GAA family
today 17:25 Chelsea go 11 points clear after seeing off Swansea
today 17:25 Scotland show steel to beat Wales for first time in 10 years
today 17:25 Cuala slay Slaughtneil to make historic All-Ireland Club SHC final
today 17:25 3 Healthy Movie Night Snacks!
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today 17:19 There could be a new Star Wars game released alongside The Last Jedi
today 17:19 Michael D Higgins presents IFTA award to Martin Scorsese
today 17:17 Battle-hardened Chelsea take another step towards title
today 17:17 Jamie Wall’s Mary I team secure back to back Fitzgibbon Cups
today 17:17 Scotland end 10 years of hurt as Wales put to sword
today 17:17 Players react with fury as Congress pass ‘Super 8’ motion
today 17:05 GAA votes to introduce 'Super 8' football championship from next year
today 17:05 GPA chief Earley: 'Super 8' vote shows disconnect between GAA administration and players
today 17:05 Ireland defence coach Andy Farrell backs Johnny Sexton to stand firm
today 17:05 See the latest trailer for Doctor Who season 10
today 17:05 WATCH: Mary I retain Fitzgibbon Cup crown after entertaining final
today 17:05 Scotland battle back to earn first win in 10 years over Wales
today 17:05 Barack Obama is getting a rock star reception in New York this week
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today 17:05 Robert Mugabe: I have a mandate to lead
today 17:05 CCTV has captured this shocking hit and run on UK city street
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today 17:05 GAA Congress: Motion to recognise Club Players Association withdrawn
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