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Two teenage boys die after quarry swimming incident

Two teenage boys have died after getting into difficulty while swimming at a quarry lake near Ennis, Co Clare. It is understood they were swimming with a number of friends at the quarry, which is located at Knockanean on the Tulla Road outside the town, at around 3.30pm. The alarm was …

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Historic doors stolen from castle in Co Laois

The owner of a sixteenth century castle in Co Laois fears two large doors which were stolen at the weekend may be bound for export. David Butler said it was first noticed that the heavy wooden doors of Ballyadams Castle near Ballylinan were missing on Saturday morning. A number of …

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Could China Finally End Micron’s Massive Rally?

Memory chipmaker Micron s NASDAQ MU stock more than doubled over the past 12 months as tight memory supplies and high prices helped it post six straight quarters of double digit sales growth That rally burned many bears who assumed that Micron a typically cyclical stock Source link

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Fitness app PumpUp leaked health data, private messages

The app, used by fitness fanatics and athletes, has over six million users. (Image: file photo) A popular fitness app that claims over six million users was leaking private and sensitive data, including health information and private messages sent between users. PumpUp, an Ontario-based company, bills itself as a fitness …

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State Claims Agency handling 20 CervicalCheck cases

The number of cases being handled by the State Claims Agency (SCA) relating to the CervicalCheck cancer screening programme has risen to 20. The new figures released this evening show the SCA is also dealing with five clinical cases relating to the BreastCheck programme. In recent weeks, the Dáil has …

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