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Ward departs Ireland scene with ‘heavy heart’ Mick McCarthy in a relaxed moment during yesterday’s press conference. Photo: Matt Browne/Sportsfile As Mick McCarthy continues, in vain, with his plan to find fresh recruits for the Irish cause, the national team manager learned in the last 24 hours that he has to plan without one of his most trusted and loyal servants...
World Rugby meet unions for crunch talks over Nations League - and say new tournament can earn countries over €5bn World Rugby say that the proposed new international tournament can earn over €5bn. Photo by Brendan Moran/Sportsfile World Rugby has launched a defence of its under-fire Nations Championship concept, insisting the proposed annual tournament can earn the sport over €5bn in...
© Reuters. The U.S. dollar rose on Monday. Investing.com - The U.S. dollar rallied from an earlier low as sterling...
'Denise - come back to me': mother found body of daughter lying in road Accident: Denise Crowley was killed crossing the road at a notorious Kerry spot A mother wept as she told an inquest she was horrified to realise that a dark object lying in the middle of a busy Kerry road was her daughter. A Killarney Coroner's Court inquest heard...

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From 'Bosco' to 'Playback': RTÉ's Marian retires Marian Richardson speaking at her retirement party at the RTÉ Radio Centre yesterday. Picture: Steve Humphreys RTÉ presenter and producer Marian Richardson has retired after a career spanning four decades at the State broadcaster. Ms Richardson, who presented children's favourite 'Bosco' and produced and presented 'Playback' on RTÉ Radio One, had become one of the...
Bloody Sunday decision: one former British soldier will be prosecuted for killings Some 14 innocent civil rights demonstrators were killed during protests One of the most infamous events of the Troubles Fr Edward Daly waves a white handkerchief as he tries to escort 17-year-old Jackie Duddy. Duddy died of his injuries soon after and Daly administered the last rites ONE former British...
Do you have a spare €40m? Famous Dublin nightclub Copper Face Jacks up for sale Popular: punters queue to get into Coppers Iconic Dublin night club Copper Face Jacks is up for sale. Owner Cathal Jackson is selling the “Coppers” premises and the Jackson Court Hotel to which it is attached. It’s believed the combined property could fetch more than €40m. "Over the past...
Debenhams pays lip service to Ashley's €132m loan offer Offer: Loan would be interest-free if Debenhams agreed to give Sports Direct another 5pc of its equity without the normal obligation to make a full takeover bid. Photo: PA DEBENHAMS will consider a £150m (€132m) loan offer from dissident shareholder Sports Direct, it said yesterday while indicating that Mike Ashley's latest push...
DUP in talks with UK government and Varadkar on 'sensible' Brexit deal Britain's Prime Minister, Theresa May (L), greets Arlene Foster, the leader of Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party at 10 Downing Street, London. Photo: GETTY UK ministers are to vote today on whether to delay Brexit beyond March 29 as UK Prime Minister Theresa May prepares to push ministers to...
Festival winner Walsh takes aim at BHA's crackdown Jumping to it: Derek O’Connor steers the Ted Walsh-trained Any Second Now over the last fence to win The Fulke Walwyn Kim Muir Challenge Cup Handicap Chase at Cheltenham yesterday. Photo: Alan Crowhurst/Getty Images It's not often, if ever, that a trainer makes reference to Peppa Pig after enjoying Festival success but Ted...

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