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This week
26th November 2023 - 2nd December 2023
Limerick confirm two new additions to John Kiely's backroom team
Joe O’Connor and John Flavin have joined the set-up, following confirmation that Caroline Currid is leaving.
This year
European clubs back Fifa's plans for expanded Club World Cup
The new event is set to feature 12 European teams and be played every four years from 2025.
Last year
Public transport fares around Dublin to drop 20% from Monday
The 90-minute fare will be reduced to €2 for adults and 65 cent for children.
Stephen Kenny says Michael Obafemi is 'sincere' in his commitment to Ireland
The Swansea striker is not involved in the squad for the upcoming friendlies against Belgium and Lithuania.
All time
Former All-Ireland U21 winning manager joins Keith Ricken's Cork backroom team
John Cleary will work as coach under the new manager.
Irish passengers on board cruise ship where 450 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed
The Department of Foreign Affairs has said it is aware of the case.
11 things that could only happen on Irish flights
Take off.
Five arrested over migrant drowning incident
Irish Defence Forces members are to get counselling after rescuing hundreds of migrants
Aer Lingus asked to explain why IAG bid would benefit the company and customers
Aer Lingus said yesterday that the takeover would benefit the company, its employees, its customers, the tourism sector and the airports at which it operates.
Runaway ship with 900 refugees on board stopped from striking Italian coast
There were 900 Syrian refugees on board the ship.
Confusion over how many passengers survived Norman Atlantic ferry fire
There are serious discrepancies in the ship’s manifest and confusion over how many people were aboard.
Cocaine hidden among bananas - and heading towards Ireland - seized
The seizure is a major blow for Irish drugs gang, according to gardaí.
Dangerous laser targets air ambulance carrying critically ill baby
The green laser was shone right into the cockpit. The air corps said it could carry risks to passenger and crew.
Denis O'Brien owned Topaz appoints Brian Cowen as director
A number of O’Brien’s other close associates have also been appointed to the board.
Virgin Atlantic flight diverts to Gatwick after declaring on-board problem
The airline has said that there is no mayday situation onboard. The plane dumped or burned off fuel over the Irish Sea before turning back.