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Prader-Willi syndrome: ‘When I tell people about Oisin’s condition, they often reply:’ Oh I have that! ‘ It’s really not a joke ‘

I can hear he’s awake. A bit restless but nothing new there. I think I can hear the faint rustle of paper, maybe a wrapper. I’m tired and tell myself it’s too late to check now anyway. As I drift back to sleep, I tell myself to remember to check his room tomorrow for evidence …

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Should you bring your runners on holiday? – The Irish Times

This summer parents are looking for tips, advice and information on how to help their children thrive during the holiday months. You can read all about it at irishtimes.com/health/your-family When I picture a holiday runner, I envisage someone in shorts, T-shirt and a smile on their face gliding effortlessly along a scenic coastal promenade. This …

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Kerry beat Mayo to book All-Ireland SFC semi-final date with Dublin

After the storm, the calm. ow could even Kerry and Mayo, purveyors of so much great drama in the recent past, countenance living up to the absorbing two-and-a-half hours served up by Galway and Armagh before that. And with so many of the huge Armagh crowd vacating after their team’s demise on penalties the atmosphere …

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Landlord exodus helps cool house price rises but price of three-bed semi in Dublin heading for € 500,000

A flood of landlord-owned homes coming to market is helping to cool house price inflation in some parts of the country, with almost a third of all homes for sale in certain areas now accounted for by landlords exiting real estate or reducing their holdings. ut elsewhere, shortage-induced inflation continues to hike house prices at …

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Solicitor seems confused about who benefits from a will – The Irish Times

Could please help me. This is my uncle’s will. The solicitor who is dealing with it initially told me that my mother was to inherit the residual as she is the only surviving sibling. The man who died had no children. He named five siblings in his residual clause. Of these, four have died. Another …

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The battle of Doughiska: Developer occupies wing of castle he built – while a mysterious company’s security guard lives in the other half

As Tom Mannion quietly shows the Sunday Independent photographer around the 547 sq m castle he built as a family home, he gets emotional. e had plans to develop a medieval village as a tourist attraction in the courtyard of the 110-window castle built with imported Italian marble and a team of Polish builders. Galway …

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Trueshan defies huge weight for ‘unreal’ Northumberland Plate victory | Horse Racing News

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‘You don’t think of it as killing, it’s war’ – The Irish Times

Sitting in an office next to the Guinness brewery in Dublin, two Ukrainian men, both suffering the effects of war in different ways, have left the conflict and share their experiences of fighting Russian invaders. Before the war, Valentyn Zelenetskyi (47) was a builder and ran his local rowing club in the town of Smila …

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Russian missiles strike Kyiv for first time in three weeks – The Irish Times

Kyiv was hit by four Russian missile strikes early on Sunday morning for the first time in three weeks, during which life had been slowly returning to the Ukrainian capital in the relative calm. Columns of smoke rose over the central Shevchenkivskyi district, home to a cluster of universities, restaurants and art galleries at 4.22am …

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