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The airport will cancel about 3% of flights over the coming week due to ill air traffic controllers.
The bachelors course at Southeast Technical University in Carlow is due to start in September 2024.
Members vote to keep a pledge to build 380,000 homes a year in England, after calls from the Young Liberals group.
There are calls for both sides to end the doctors' pay row, ahead of joint strike action next week.
The Democratic senator from New Jersey says he will run for re-election in the face of federal charges.
Despite a tentative deal between writers and studios bosses, UK workers continue to suffer.
World champion Luca Brecel's hopes of replacing Ronnie O'Sullivan as world number one were halted with a defeat by China's Ding Junhui at the British Open in Cheltenham.
Two years ago, the metaverse was billed as the next big thing - but many in the tech world have already moved on.
Amazon is in a race among big tech firms to exploit the potential of artificial intelligence.
Mr Cracknell is said to be the "clear choice" of Conservative party members in Colchester.