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Friday 22 November 2019

Love/Hate to return

A fourth season of RTE hit drama 'Love/Hate' has been confirmed. The next series of Stuart Carolan's gangland drama will start filming this spring.

A string of stars from the gritty show will walk the red carpet this weekend at the IFTAs. 'Love/Hate' has received the most nominations this year, shortlisted for 11 including Best Director, Best Actor and Best Actress in TV. An Irish TV phenomenon, an average audience of 953,000 viewers watched the season three finale in December.

Stamps honour Best

GEORGE Best's contribution to football is being marked with a special collection of stamps (pictured) in Britain. The Football Heroes set celebrates 150 years of the rules of Association Football.

The collection features 11 of the greatest footballers from the UK, including Belfast-born Manchester United star Best, who died in 2005.

Bus stations get wi-fi

PASSENGERS travelling by bus can now enjoy free wi-fi at seven Bus Eireann stations across the country.

Some 200,000 people who travel from Busaras in Dublin or stations in Cork, Galway, Limerick, Waterford, Sligo and Ballina now have free internet access, funded by the National Transport Authority. Bus Eireann customers already get wi-fi on 100 intercity coaches – half the fleet – with the rest to be equipped soon.

Volunteers sought

IRISH charity Haven is seeking 40 volunteers to travel to Haiti to help rebuild the devastated country.

More than 300,000 people remain homeless after the 2010 earthquake. Call Alice at 01 6815 443, email alice.oregan@havenpartner

Mary Walsh

IN the Irish Independent of September 18, 2009, under the headline "Our sister should not have died in routine operation", a photograph was published purporting to be that of Mary Walsh whose death was the subject of an inquest at Dublin County Coroner's Court.

It has been pointed out to us that this was not a photograph of the late Mary Walsh, of Carrigwood, Firhouse, Dublin. We are happy to correct this error and apologise to the family and friends of Mary Walsh for the distress caused.

Irish Independent

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