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From TheJournal.ie Irish builder shot dead in New York by man he fired two days earlier Christopher Sayers

Irish builder shot dead in New York by man he fired two days earlier

“Words can’t describe what a man you were. Kindest most generous person I ever knew”.

From TheJournal.ie Kerry woman (107) who emigrated to America finally fulfills dream of receiving high school diploma Inspirational

Kerry woman (107) who emigrated to America finally fulfills dream of receiving high school diploma

Hanna Lovett was born in a small town in Kerry in 1910. She moved to the US when she was 12.

From TheJournal.ie Want F Scott Fitzgerald's old pad? It'll set you back a cool €3.4m The Great Gatsby
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From TheJournal.ie Three children dead after New York yacht capsizes New York

Three children dead after New York yacht capsizes

The children died after a yacht full of people watching fireworks capsized off Long Island on 4 July.

From TheJournal.ie Long Island police believe one serial killer responsible for 10 deaths Long Island

Long Island police believe one serial killer responsible for 10 deaths

The bodies were discovered after police began searching for a missing prostitute last seen along a stretch of beach in Long Island, New York last year.

From TheJournal.ie Water levels rise as New York braces for Irene's impact Irene This post contains videos

Water levels rise as New York braces for Irene's impact

Two million people are without electricity on the east coast as high winds and rough seas take at least ten lives…

From TheJournal.ie Latest Long Island bodies may be victims of separate killer Craigslist Killer

Latest Long Island bodies may be victims of separate killer

The latest human remains found on a Long Island beach predate the others, and may be the work of a separate serial killer.

From TheJournal.ie The Daily Fix: Tuesday Daily Fix

The Daily Fix: Tuesday

In today’s Fix: more bad news from the IMF; Cork toddler cleared of rare cancer by US treatment; and New York police make further grim discoveries in Long Island.

From TheJournal.ie More bones found at New York beach as fears of serial killer grow New York

More bones found at New York beach as fears of serial killer grow

The remains of ten people now appear to have been discovered by police searching for a missing 24-year-old woman in Long Island.

From TheJournal.ie Eight bodies found on New York beach raising fears of a Craigslist serial killer Serial Killer

Eight bodies found on New York beach raising fears of a Craigslist serial killer

Three more bodies discovered yesterday close to where the corpses of four prostitutes were dumped last year.

From TheJournal.ie $21m NY lottery's Irish winner won after snow delays Trisha Eisel

$21m NY lottery's Irish winner won after snow delays

Trisha Eisel, from Tullamore, bought her lottery ticket after her flight home for Christmas was cancelled by snow.

THE FATHER of drowned IT worker Eoin Curran is planning a US memorial service to honour his son. Curran, a 30-year-old employee of Google went missing after he fell overboard during a freak storm off the coast of Long Island, New York on July 25. Curran was on his first sailing lesson at the time.

The US coastguard recovered Curran’s body on Saturday and last night his family were making arrangements to fly to the US to collect his remains.

“Yes, they found Eoin. We will be travelling to New York to hold a memorial service for him,” Eoin’s father John Curran said.

Curran, a graduate of Trinity College from Templeogue Dublin had only recently moved to New York. He had previously owned a tech start-up with his brother. Dr Siobhan Clarke, a lecturer of Curran’s in Trinity College, described Eoin as “the most talented student” she had ever taught.