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WWE Network To Launch In Ireland Later This Year

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WWE Network, the first-ever 24/7 streaming network, will launch in Ireland in late 2014/early 2015, featuring all 12 WWE live pay-per-view events – including WrestleMania – valued at more than $600 per year for $9.99 per month with a 6-month commitment. WWE Network will also include groundbreaking original programming, reality shows, documentaries, classic matches and more than 1,500 hours of video on demand at launch. Continue reading

DNA Test To Establish Identity Of Mystery Roma Child

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DNA tests are to be carried out today to establish the identity of a seven-year-old blond girl who was taken from a Roma couple in Dublin.

It is a case very similar to that of Maria, a little girl found in a Roma camp in Greece with a couple who aren’t her parents.

Gardai were called to a house in Tallaght on Monday afternoon following a tip off and removed the girl. The couple, who claim to be the girl’s parents say she belongs to them and was born in 2006. Continue reading

Irish Gaming Expo Focus Of European Attention

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Details of one the largest gaming conventions in the country have been announced in Limerick.

More than 300 people from all over Europe are expected to gather at Thomond Park from June 14th-16th to participate in the 15th annual Conclave Games Convention.

Participants will compete for National and European gaming titles while the Convention will also feature stands hosted by traders from all over Ireland and some of the world’s biggest games manufacturers, such as Mantic Games, Airfix, Games Workshop and Ironwind Productions. Continue reading

Pats Snap Up Kavanagh

St Patrick’s Athletic have completed the signing of former Waterford United player Daryl Kavanagh.

Manager Pete Mahon was delighted to be able to include young midfielder in his Saints squad ahead of the 2011 season, “he’s a player I would have known about for some time but he would have come to prominence recently with the PFAI team that went to Norway”.

Mahon added, “we’ve gone to a lot of effort to sign him but I feel he is the kind of player that will definitely enhance our squad, he’s still only 24 but he’s already had 5 or 6 years’ experience in the league and he can play either up front or out wide on the right”.

Pats beat off stiff competition to land the former Blues ace who was interesting numerous sides both at home and abroad.