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# Aer Lingus
Meeting between Aer Lingus staff and management cancelled
A disciplinary process was due to start today for airline staff refusing to work to new rosters but the first meeting has been cancelled – meanwhile Aer Lingus warns of possible disruptions to flights.
# Shake on it?
Friends reunited: GPA and GAA in 8.75m agreement
GAA and GPA agree historic recognition deal as players’ group secure funding.
# Your Say
Poll: Does a mid-term election date bother you?
Some think having an election during the school holidays is a hindrance, others think it makes sense. What do you think?
# Aer Lingus
Aer Lingus cancels 78 flights
# Fire
Brother and sister die in Co Cork house fire
Two have died in a house fire which broke out in the early hours of this morning in Midleton, Co Cork.
# Alcohol
Leading charity calls for minimum price for alcohol to be set
The current government’s approach to the pricing and regulation of alcohol is leading to a “disjointed” message on a serious public health issue that is affecting thousands of children, according to a leading charity.
# GE11
Noel Treacy to step down at next election
# Domodedovo
Authorities 'were warned' of Moscow airport bombing
Russian security services were told about the Domodedovo bombing – and its exact location – a week ago, reports suggest.
# Finance Bill
The Finance Bill: The schedule in full
Here’s how the next week in the Dáíl and Seanad will pan out, in order to allow an election be held as quickly as possible.
# Tension Tuesday
Tuesday is the 'stress peak' of the week
Monday has a bad reputation – but stress is more likely to hit you on Tuesday (Remember: deep breaths…)
# Cloud Computing
Cloud computing could create 20,000 Irish jobs - Microsoft
A report compiled by Goodbody and commissioned by Microsoft says Ireland’s cloud computing base could be the ‘next IFSC’.
# Dying Dáil
Dáil prepares for final days before dissolution
The Dáil schedule is cleared to allow the Finance Bill to be sped through – and may be in on Saturday night to wrap up.
# Oprah Winfrey
Oprah reveals family secret
Talk show host finally announces the news that recently shook her “to my core”.
# Arizona
Jared Lougner pleads not guilty to Arizona shooting charges
22-year-old man charged with attempted assassination of Gabrielle Giffords back in court today.
# GE11
Noel Ahern, Ned O'Keeffe won't contest general election
# Russia
Explosion at major Moscow airport kills dozens
Dozens of people, including at least five foreigners, killed in today’s suspected suicide bomb attack on busy Domodedovo Airport.
# Fire
Garda appeal over Athy petrol attack
Petrol canister was set alight at the front of a property near Athy, Co Kildare.
# Jobswatch
1 in 10 small firms planning to recruit in first quarter
The Small Firms Association says its survey of businesses show intention to maintain and increase staff levels in 2011.
# Finance Bill
Finance Bill deal agreed in time for Feb election
Three of the four opposition parties have reached a decision with the government on a timetable for the Finance Bill – and a 25 February election now looks likely.
# Roads
Man killed in Co Dublin crash
One person killed after his car struck a wall on the Lusk to Skerries Road.
# Different Class
Five things we learned this weekend...
I don’t know about you, but this is what I took from the past few days.
# Constitutional Crisis
The Doomsday option: what happens if Cowen doesn't run?
The Cabinet is now at its constitutional minimum – so what happens if Cowen or a minister quits or loses their seat?
# car crush
Seán Fitzpatrick’s car heading to the crusher
Someone has pledged €3,150 to win the chance to crush Seanie’s car.
# Apps
Boost for new Irish music with Breaking Tunes app
Fresh Irish acts get iPhone platform – listeners can share their videos and music for free.
Crocodile faces surgery after eating phone
A 14-year-old crocodile may need life-saving surgery after eating a mobile phone.
# Trash Talk
Five more ill-judged comments from sport's TV pundits
Richard Keys and Andy Gray have found themselves in hot water today because of their sexist remarks over the weekend. Here’s a handful of similar mistakes on TV.
15 facts about McDonald's that will blow your mind
The fast food restaurant has more visitors per day than the population of Britain and Ireland combined and it hires one million people a year in the US…
# Michaela
A minute's silence and a show of solidarity for Mickey and Michaela
Tribute paid to Tyrone boss as he attends first county game since daughter’s death in Mauritius.
# Leaving Dublin
CBS features Irish photographer's portraits of emigrants
The Leaving Dublin project has brought an Irish photographer international recognition.
# GE11
Department insists early election posters are illegal
There’s a €150 fine for every individual poster that goes up before the polling order for the Dáil elections is issued.
# Jo Yeates
Man accused of Yeates murder appears in court
A 32-year-old man has appeared in court in Bristol after being charged with the murder of landscape architect Joanna Yeates in December.
# United Ireland?
Gerry Adams: I'll see a United Ireland in my lifetime
The Sinn Féin president and Louth Dáil candidate says Ireland will be united – “depending, of course, on how long I live”.
# Bailout
Ministers had to lie about bailout talks, admits Lenihan
Brian Lenihan says ministers couldn’t admit that Ireland was in exploratory talks with the IMF, for fear of jeopardising them.
# Backroom
Tactics not passion: Kilmacud Crokes use blunt force trauma to dispatch Rhode
Emmet Ryan explains why Kilmacud Crokes are this morning Leinster Club champions.
# GE11
Here's why the election will probably be on February 25
Regardless of whether the Finance Bill is put through this week, it’s likely we’re going to the polls within 32 days.
# Palestine
Palestine offered Israel "biggest ever Jerusalem" - reports
Al Jazeera obtains reports on ten years of Middle East peace negotiations, documenting the “slow death of the peace process”.
# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Monday
The Irish provinces learn their European opponents, Tyrone welcome back their coach and the pressure mounts on Sky’s presenters.
# CF
Irish hospitals to introduce routine CF tests for newborns
The HSE has announced that it plans to introduce a newborn screening programme for cystic fibrosis.