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Foster to comment on Irish language act at DUP meeting

The DUP leader has proposed restoring Northern Ireland’s Assembly and says in return she would bring forward proposals to address cultural issues, including the Irish language, in an agreed time frame.  Arlene Foster said she accepts that if those proposals could not command cross-community support, the Executive would fall and …

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Postmates laid off all its city managers yesterday

While one on-demand delivery startup expands this week, another is contracting a bit. TechCrunch has learned and confirmed that Postmates has let go of all of its city managers, as it centralizes some of its operations at its headquarters in San Francisco. The total number of people affected by the move is …

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Temporary bridge structure to be set up in Inishowen

Members of the Defence Forces have arrived in Inishowen, Co Donegal with a temporary bridge structure known as a bailey bridge. The bridge will be put in place at an area known as Riverside and will allow Donegal County Council to reopen one of the main arteries in the peninsula, …

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