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An Tánaiste and Labour Party leader Eamon Gilmore. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Tánaiste says economic conditions more hopeful than at any time since beginning of recession

Tánaiste  Eamon Gilmore: ‘We are monitoring the situation very carefully, particularly in eastern Ukraine. There is an urgent need for a de-escalatation of the crisis and for Moscow to engage in serious dialogue with Ukraine’s interim government.’ File photograph: The Irish Times

Tánaiste states concern about build-up of Russian troops on Ukraine border and repeats earlier call for de-escalation.

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@Britishmonarchy Twitter account announces arrival of Uachtarán na hÉireann in London

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President and his wife driven away from Heathrow in a maroon coloured Bentley flying an Irish tricolour

Decision not to proceed with proposed amalgamation with Ombudsman follows consideration of public consultation

The state banquet will be attended by Northern Ireland First Minister Peter Robinson (right) and deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness (left). Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Adams says decision by Deputy First Minister to attend events ‘may cause difficulty for some republicans’

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