The Daily Newsletter 25/03/2017
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'It won't sink in until I hold her hand', says tragic Danielle's mum
The family of murdered backpacker Danielle McLaughlin want a second post-mortem to be carried out on her body amid claims they are not happy with the way her situation was handled by authorities in India.
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Webster stunned as jury finds him guilty of hammer murder
Roy Webster has begun a life sentence for savagely battering Anne Shortall to death with a hammer after she blackmailed him over a one-night stand.
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'Anne's brother James got so depressed over the events he took his own life'
Anne Shortall's family said their lives have been changed forever by her brutal murder.
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Man who shot innocent dad in Spain convicted of murder
A British dad-of-five has been convicted of murdering Dublin plasterer John O'Neill after a petty row at a Costa del Sol bar.
Conman jailed for tricking 'vulnerable' carer out of €90k
A man who was involved in a scam that conned an "exceptionally vulnerable" woman out of her life savings has been jailed for three years.
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Taylor plan a perfect fit
Katie Taylor, Paddy Barnes and Michael Conlan are our three Olympians who turned pro after last summer's ill-fated Rio Olympics expedition.
Classic duel in Dubai
Roger Varian is quietly confident Postponed will bounce back to his brilliant best for his defence of the Dubai Sheema Classic at Meydan.
Records are there to be broken
So as a follow-up to the lions in the Colosseum, we have the lambs to the slaughter.
Double blow stings Blues
Leinster coach Leo Cullen was the bearer of bad news yesterday as Jamie Heaslip and Rob Kearney have been ruled out of the Champions Cup quarter-final against Wasps next week.
Andrew leaves it late to guide Ulster home
Ulster reclaimed their place in the top four of the Pro12 when replacement John Andrew's late try was converted by Ireland's Paddy Jackson at Rodney Parade.
   
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Mum-of-two, policeman, pensioner and loving husband remembered at London vigil
Clinton's souvenir spree 'like a dream', says shop manager
Newspaper seller's fears of losing stall despite 'contract'
Woman 'told tissue of lies to protect a friend' after crash
Two arrested in capital over car bomb murder attempt on PSNI man
'Our leader' McBride found dead by dad after going for a lie down
'Those were my false teeth', claims granny accused of shop theft
'Anne's brother James got so depressed over the events he took his own life'
Cyclist killed in late-night city taxi crash was Central Bank solicitor
Drunk 'not welcome in his own home'
     
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