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The GAA is to reverse its position on sanctioning teams who violate the prohibition on inter-county training before September 14 by potentially disqualifying them from competition.
Threat of disqualification as GAA harden stance on inter-county training ban
A Saudi consulate worker in Istanbul told a Turkish court today he had been asked to light a tandoor oven less than an hour after Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi entered the building where he was killed.
Saudi consulate worker in Istanbul tells Turkish court he had been asked to light a tandoor oven less than an hour after Khashoggi entered the building where he was killed
The recent high profile spat over Daniel Kinahan rising in the world of boxing has thrown up interesting questions about organised crime and sport. Mr. Kinahan has been named in the High Court as a ma
Security analyst Sheelagh Brady talks to Mickcliff about how crime and sport have become entangled around the world, how the major criminals are now washing their money and why some are running out of places to hide. Available here:
We have been granted an unexpected free pass into the glittering world of the natural and the grey-haired. I’m planning to stay there, writes Clodagh Finn
Clodagh Finn: Grey hairs? Consider them lockdown’s silver lining
Folashade Mawoyeka was reported missing to gardaí on Wednesday, June 17.
Gardaí seek help finding woman, 22, missing for over two weeks
Gabor Zsebi, a Hungarian national whose neck was heavily bandaged, was charged with a number of offences in relation to an incident at a house in Oldtown, Letterkenny
Man appears in court charged in connection with alleged knife attack and burglary in Co Donegal
Up to 200 people were inside the factory but most escaped unharmed.
41 people injured in explosion at fireworks factory in Turkey
A pre-inquest review hearing into the death of the 63-year-old construction worker was abandoned because of technical problems.
Jeremy Kyle Show guest Steve Dymond died of morphine overdose, inquest told
Dr Nabarro said he understood decisions being made for economic reasons, but that they should only be made on a health basis.
WHO rep says Ireland right to debate balance of return to school
VINNIE Jones says he still cries every day a year on from wife Tanya’s death – but has stayed off booze for her. Tanya died of cancer aged 53 in July 2019 in Los Angeles and the hardman…
Vinnie Jones says he still cries every day a year on from wife Tanya's death
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