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Jason ‘beaten 10 times with a bat and a brick’ Opening of trial hears graphic evidence of how Irish father was beaten with a baseball bat and a brick in his bedroom
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Josephine Power, mother of Alex Velocci, leaving the inquest with family and friends. Photo: Liam Burke/Press 22   Dad killed himself and son (3) by driving into truck David Raleigh Limerick Coroner's Court returns unanimous verdict of 'unlawful killing' in respect of Alex, and 'suicide' in respect of Marco Velocci
Ita Lenihan ironing clothes in her back garden with bottles of water in Ratoath, Co Meath, after
getting them washed at a friend’s house. Photo: Steve Humphreys   Residents are forced to wash 'smalls at friend's house' and take 'dirty dishes to work' Alan O'Keeffe Ongoing disruption of family life caused by the cut-off of water in east Meath

Robin Schiller: Eva's cancer is back - thugs are killing her slowly, says daughter Family believe cancer is a result of the horrific attack
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Cathal Barrett. Photo: Sportsfile   Tipp to resist Barrett recall Donnchadh Boyle Cathal Barrett will not be recalled into the Tipperary hurling panel ahead of their All-Ireland semi-final clash with Galway, according to reports from the Premier County.
Donnchadh Boyle: Fitzgerald only speaking to Wexford about his plans for next season Davy Fitzgerald insists Wexford are the only side he'll be talking to about his future over the next few weeks.
Colm Keys: GAA to extend 'shoot-outs' to decide qualifiers A raft of motions to protect club fixtures are heading for the GAA's Special Congress, in September, which will restrict when inter-county challenge matches can be played and introduce penalties for teams who break the existing rules on training camps.
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Central Bank reveals rate gap   Irish SMEs pay more to borrow than big firms or European rivals Colm Kelpie Small and medium-sized businesses with loans of less than €250,000 are being hit with interest rates more than double those with debt of more than a €1m, new data shows.
Lender Permanent TSB. Photo: Collins   Permanent TSB growth may defy the sceptics Gretchen Friemann Permanent TSB is expected to post further growth in its core mortgage and small business lending today as the State-backed bank regains market share even as its sizeable non-performing loan book continues to weigh on its share price.
Colm Kelpie: Firms warned to find out tariffs for worst-case Brexit Small and medium sized businesses trading cross-border are being encouraged to take up Government-backed support advising them on the level of tariffs that would apply to their products under a hard Brexit.
John Mulligan: BoI-backed City tower's €16m glass fall payout A SPECIAL-purpose investment vehicle backed by private clients of Bank of Ireland has secured a £14.7m (€16.4m) judgment in the UK against a unit of Australian group Lend Lease Construction over faulty glazing used in redevelopment work for a new landmark building that once housed the London Stock Exchange. SPORT  |  BUSINESS  |  STYLE  |  ENTERTAINMENT  |  LIFE
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