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Europe · Moscow

World's largest aircraft owner lost 113 planes to Russia due to sanctions

83% Center coverage: 12 sources
AerCap Holdings, the world's largest owner of jets, lost 113 planes when Russia seized them in response to sanctions triggered by the war in Ukraine. The seizures of the planes and 11 jet engines by Russian authorities caused AerCap to take a $2.7 billion pre-tax charge during the quarter. But company executives said the quarter was actually a good one and they see better times ahead as global demand for flying continues to recover.See the Story
Europe · Dublin

Arrests made in League of Ireland match-fixing probe

50% Left coverage: 6 sources
The OTB Lunchtime Wrap is a look at the top sports stories of the day. We bring you the latest sports news and what's happening today. You can also tune into OTB, our daily sports show from 7pm - where we've reaction, news, and analysis of all today's sport.See the Story
Europe · Dublin

New Covid-19 variant of concern confirmed in Ireland

34% Center coverage: 3 sources
BA.4 is a sub-lineage of the highly transmissible Omicron, which is currently the dominant strain of Covid in Ireland. The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control reclassified BA.4 and BA.5 from variants of interest to variants of concern on 12 May.See the Story
Dublin, Ireland · Dublin

Holiday to Malta is cheaper than a night in Dublin to see Bruce Springsteen

Justin Bieber and Bruce Springsteen will be performing in Dublin in 2023. Bieber fans will have to fork out between  €86 and €126 for a seated ticket. Springsteen fans will pay between €96 and €156 for a standing ticket. Dublin Live looked into the price for a five day holiday from Dublin to Malta and Dublin to Lanzarote this summer.See the Story
Dublin, Ireland · Dublin

Raunchy Dublin cocktail bar serves drinks named after iconic drag queens

Thundercut Alley is a raunchy cocktail bar in the Liberties area of Dublin. Owner Donal Cahill says the bar is for over-18s who want a bit of a giggle. There are boobies graffitied on the wall and sex toys on display in the bathroom.See the Story
Garda · Dublin

The Garda three minute rule that can stop break-ins at your home

An Garda Siochana have advised people to carry out home security assessments. Officers stressed that thieves like easy opportunities and a small investment of time and money can reduce your chances of becoming a victim. The three minute delay test means you can deny entry to your home for three minutes or more - in which time, the burglars will leave.See the Story
Horse Racing · County Dublin

Two horses die after 16 thoroughbreds gallop towards cars on main road

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
The group of horses came from trainer James McAuley's stables, in County Dublin, Ireland. The driver's dashcam picked up the moment they galloped towards cars and were free for nearly five milesSee the Story
Dublin, Ireland · Dublin

Bonnie Ryan's mum Morah stuns in pink gown during daughter's Italian wedding

Bonnie Ryan and husband John Greenhalgh tied the knot in Dublin back in March. They exchanged vows for the second time at St. Augustine's Church in La Machi. The 29-year-old stunned in an embroidered fishtail gown, which featured detachable balloon sleeves, and a long train at the back.See the Story
Dublin, Ireland · Dublin

Dublin DIY store owner on why gardening is ‘therapeutic’

Lenehan's Hardware in Dublin city centre has been in business for 150 years. Mark Lenehan is the fifth generation owner of the store. He believes doing a bit of work in the garden can be good for the mind. The store is the largest independent store in the country in terms of its online presence.See the Story

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