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This morning.

The Russian Embassy, Orwell (!) Road, Rathgar, Dublin 6.

Two of our best.

Earlier…

This morning.

O’Connell Street, Dublin 1.

They’re going in!

Patrick Murphy (left), CEO Irish South and West Fish Producers Organisation (ISWFPO), and Brendan Byrne, CEO of the Irish Fish Processors and Exporters Association (IFPEA), in the lobby of the Gresham Hotel before leaving for their meeting with Russian Ambassador to Ireland, Yuriy Fillet-ov Filatov in the Russian Embassy to discuss the welfare of marine life during a proposed military drill off our south coast.

Godspeed, gentlemen, and, when offered, refuse both the vodka and the ‘fish egg’ delicacy. You’ll thank me later.

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Touch me on me back, she say I’m Mrs Ro…stop that.

Nat writes;

Kathy Sinnot was right: ALL THIS HAS COME TO PASS BECAUSE OF OUR YES VOTE.

Fight!

This morning.

Dublin Docklands.

Sting aka Gordon Summer announcing a Dublin run of his musical The Last Ship, inspired by the ship building industry in Tyne on Wear, and playing at the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre next year (june4-9, 2018).

He’s 76!

*begins yoga stretches*

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Update:

Inside the Bord Gáis Theatre

Sting chats about The Last Ship.

Shut up and play the hits.

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RTÉ producer Kieran Creaven is set to appear in court this morning charged with attempting to engage or incite sexual activity with a girl under 16.

It is understood the national broadcaster employee, Kieran Creaven, arrived in Leeds on Saturday and was confronted by a group who had created an online profile for a 13-year-old girl.

RTE producer Kieran Creaven to appear in court charged with ‘attempting to engage or incite sexual activity with a girl under 16’ (Irish Mirror)