The Herald Daily
Friday 20 July 2018
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Chief executive Michael O’Leary
Ryanair to cancel 16 more flights unless Forsa calls off strike Sixteen more Ryanair flights are at risk of being cancelled on Tuesday as strike disruptions escalate without any resolution between the Forsa union and the airline in sight.
Main Headlines
Christina Joyce was sentenced to four-and-a-half years in jail 'I expected to die' - garda who was dragged down street on car driven by crack cocaine addict Sonya McLean A garda has said he expected to die the day a woman, who was high on crack cocaine, accelerated away as he was attempting to seize her vehicle.
DUP MP Ian Paisley €56,000 free holidays probe sees MP Paisley fighting to save career Richard Wheeler The DUP's Ian Paisley begged his constituents to retain confidence in him during an emotional apology in the House of Commons for a major breach of UK parliamentary rules.
Diet is important for mother and baby during pregnancy Four in five expectant mums fail to meet healthy dietary standards Lynne Kelleher Less than one in five expectant Irish mothers are meeting the dietary requirements for a healthy pregnancy, according to a new study.
Bus suffered ‘glancing blow’ Woman's claim over bus crash with 'dumb American' dismissed Tim Healy The High Court has refused to award damages to a woman who sued after a stationary bus in which she was a passenger was hit by a rented car driven by a tourist.

Job done: Celtic’s Kieran Tierney salutes the fans after Wednesday evening’s convincing victory against Alashkert at Celtic Park Celts suffering from back pain Ronnie Esplin Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers has some defensive concerns ahead of next week's Champions League second-round qualifying clash against Rosenborg.
Excited: Julen Lopetegui New Real boss confident of success Ian Shaw New Real Madrid boss Julen Lopetegui has promised to meet the high expectations of "the best and the most demanding club in the world".
Unai Emery Young Gun agrees to loan deal with Portuguese giants Arsenal midfielder Kelechi Nwakali will spend next season on loan at Porto.
Switch: Adam Rooney Rooney joins Class of '92 at Salford City Adam Rooney says the ambition shown by Salford City is the reason why he has decided to swap Aberdeen for England's fifth tier.
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