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From TheJournal.ie IMO and HSE talks suspended for the night Dispute

IMO and HSE talks suspended for the night

They will resume the talks on doctors’ hours tomorrow. There is no official news as yet of a breakthrough in talks.

From TheJournal.ie So far, so good: chief negotiator says Israel-Palestine peace talks are going well Cautious Optimism

So far, so good: chief negotiator says Israel-Palestine peace talks are going well

It’s been three years since the last peace talks between Palestinians and Israelis broke down – but this time the mood is “positive”.

From The42 Wallabies star Kurtley Beale steps away from rugby 'indefinitely' after brawl Fighting Demons

Wallabies star Kurtley Beale steps away from rugby 'indefinitely' after brawl

The Australia fullback is not preparing ideally for the arrival of the British and Irish Lions.

From TheJournal.ie Ulster Bank apologises for customer problems Ulster Bank

Ulster Bank apologises for customer problems

The bank took to Twitter to apologise after customers reported they could not access their accounts using ATMs.

From TheJournal.ie Buttimer: Health professionals must be trained in transgender issues Transgender

Buttimer: Health professionals must be trained in transgender issues

The TD made the comment while speaking at a groundbreaking Transgender Healthcare Seminar today.

From TheJournal.ie Protest at Papal Nunciature over treatment of Fr Tony Flannery Catholic Church This post contains images

Protest at Papal Nunciature over treatment of Fr Tony Flannery

About 120 people have attended a demonstration calling for fair treatment for the Redemptorist priest.

From TheJournal.ie Fr Flannery 'couldn't look in the mirror' if he signed Church statement Catholic Church

Fr Flannery 'couldn't look in the mirror' if he signed Church statement

Fr Tony Flannery said that though some people say if he doesn’t accept the rules he should go, it is “not the image of the Church” that he grew up in.

From The42 Mayo recommend 2-year extension for County Football Manager James Horan Settled

Mayo recommend 2-year extension for County Football Manager James Horan

The county board also hit out at ‘unconfirmed and unwarranted reports’ about their working relationship with the Ballintubber clubman.