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Politicians flee Ungobungoland . The rain teemed down in Ungobungoland as the summer monsoon dragged on. The locals claimed they hadn't seen the like for years and with craters replacing potholes on the main thoroughfares into the capital, it was clear that the rickety infrastructure was suffering a bout of rickets. The ruling party -- yet to be elected out of power in a generation -- had headed off for a two-month break.
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'With profit bonds' warning as investor returns plummet . Thousands of investors who piled into best-seller with-profit policies in the hope of doubling their money now look set to earn less than they would have if they had left their money in a bank deposit, a leading actuary has warned.
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Gigging for a living . Denis DesmondAge: turned 49 last month Appearance: Casual Newsworthiness: MCD, his music promotion company and the largest in the country, is behind some of the biggest concerts and music festivals in Ireland and Britain this summer
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Online Televised Sport Forum. An online 'Broadcasting Forum' www.dcmnr.gov.ie/broadcasting/tvsports
has been established by the Government following the FAI's controversial decision to grant Sky Sports the broadcasting rights to Ireland's home soccer internationals. The Forum allows everyone to give their views and opinions on the televised sport issue - so now's the time to have your say on deciding the future of televised sport in Ireland before it's too late.