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    Sacheen Littlefeather, actor and activist who declined Godfather Oscar on behalf of Marlon Brando, dies aged 75

    Sacheen Littlefeather, the actor and activist who declined Marlon Brando’s 1973 Academy Award for “The Godfather” on his behalf in an indelible protest of Hollywood's portrayal of Native Americans, has died. She was 75. ittlefeather's niece, Calina Lawrence, confirmed that she died peacefully Sunday, surrounded by loved ones at her Marin County, California, home. The

    Andrea Bocelli performs alongside son and daughter at O2 Arena show

    Andrea Bocelli’s Friday night concert at the O2 Arena was a family affair, as he invited his son and daughter onstage to sing with him. he trio sang several songs together in front of an audience of thousands at the venue on the Greenwich Peninsula in southeast London. It comes after the Italian tenor announced

    Self-build homes to be included in Government’s shared equity scheme

    Self-build homes will be included in the Government’s shared equity scheme, the Housing Minister will tell Fianna Fáil members today. he First Home scheme, which launched earlier this year, provides support from the Government and the participating mortgage lenders. An equity stake of up to 30pc will be on offer for eligible purchasers to bridge

    Boy (5) killed in collision with van while riding bike in Co Derry

    A five-year-old boy has died in Co Derry after he was struck by a van while on his bike.Police confirmed Ollie Simmons-Watt died after the single-vehicle collision in Limavady on Thursday.Sergeant Amanda McIvor said: “It was reported shortly after 3.40pm that a van had struck a child in the Irwin Avenue area.“We believe at this

    Irish nuclear emergency training exercise takes place

    A training exercise to test the national response to a nuclear emergency was held on Thursday.The exercise took place in the National Emergency Coordination Centre while the last such practice operation happened in 2017.Systems and procedures outlined in the State’s National Plan for Nuclear and Radiological Emergency Exposures were practised during the exercise to ensure

    Louth company Sixtwo Digital helps raise €20m for charity

    Sixtwo Digital, the digital marketing agency based in Drogheda founded by local businessman Colm Hanratty, has reached a momentous milestone as they have helped raise more than €20,000,000 for different sports clubs, charities and community groups around Ireland. he first fundraiser they worked on was in 2018 when they worked with St. Fechin’s GAA on