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# 2013

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31 of our favourite pics from this year's hurling league action
After the campaign ended yesterday, we compile some of the most memorable images from the past few months.
Jamie Heaslip: 'I wasn't even watching the Lions announcement'
The player also revealed the words of wisdom that Shane Horgan imparted to him on the last Lions Tour.
Oxegen fans on Facebook learn that change is hard
Some of the most pained comments from the festival’s Facebook page.
Explainer: How do you prove you've been to Electric Picnic before?
Organisers are offering discounted tickets to loyal fans, but how do you show you’ve been to the festival before?
Video: How's 2013 been so far? Here's what Fine Gael thinks...
The party has released a short video putting a positive spin on events so far this year…
5 thoughts ahead of this week's Champions League quarter-final first-leg games
We assess the four upcoming games.
Oxford win controversy-free Boat Race
There were no problems this time, after last year’s race had been controversially disrupted by a protester.
Boost for Lions as Pocock ruled out of summer series
The formidable openside flanker suffered knee ligament damage this morning.
Here are 8 odd facts you (probably) didn’t know about the League of Ireland
Featuring Socrates, Michael Collins and a hilarious Pat Dolan impression.
5 things we learned from One Direction’s Irish gig
Includes Niall being confused by an Irish flag.
27 people who have mixed feelings about the return of Oxegen
We don’t think you’re ready for this wellie…
Less than 10% of retail employers will increase pay in 2013
The survey also found that more than 17 per cent will reduce allowances such as bonuses and overtime rates in 2013.
Confirmed: Defending champions Leinster out at pool stage, Saracens claim win
The reigning champions are officially out.
Open thread: Dublin City Council has €2.2m spare. How would you spend it?
The City Council overestimated how much its central funding would be cut by. What would you do with the spare cash?
Uncapped 10 in Johnson's Scotland Six Nations squad
The interim coach believes there are several youngsters good enough to make the step up to international level.
Cork's Cadogan commits to football for 2013 season
The star issued a statement this evening, confirming that he had “reluctantly” made the decision.
Aaron McKenna: Changing the car reg plates is a good idea if it saves jobs
If it persuades people not to put off buying a car in 2013 – either through superstition or vanity – it will be a worthwhile exercise, writes Aaron McKenna.
9 things that would make your first day back at work more bearable
Includes the sexiest massage chair of all time.
Here's how the first sports day of 2013 looked through a lens
Only 364 to go.
Chin up: Here are 6 reasons why January is going to be brilliant
Far from being the worst month of the year, in sporting terms, it could well be the best.
GALLERY: The world waves goodbye to 2012
From picking fruit to scoring points, takes a look at what people around the globe got up to yesterday.
11 New Year’s Resolutions from people with really low expectations
And one which is SUPER ambitious.
Pics: Incredibly happy people going for a freezing swim
So cold. So happy.
Heartwarming New Year’s Resolution Pic of the Day
Maybe we should all be a little more like this guy in 2013.
PHOTOS: The Gathering kicks off with New Year's concert in Dublin
The year-long tourism drive began with the NYE Dublin festival at St Stephen’s Green and College Green.
9 terrible pieces of hangover advice from the internet
What do 2013 and 1432 have in common?
Smokers urged seek support to kick the habit as new year begins
One million people have successfully quit smoking in Ireland – and now the HSE is urging remaining smokers to kick the habit for good in 2013.
Open thread: what are your sporting hopes for 2013?
Have that cup of coffee, shrug off last night’s celebrations and tell us what you hope to see this year.
Take a look at Sydney's amazing fireworks display
It is now 1 January, 2013 in Sydney, Australia. This is how they welcomed it.
Messages from the future: 9 texts we kinda expect to see in 2013
… But not really, you guys.
6 alternative things to do this New Year's Eve
Including: how to spend it with Brax from Home and Away!
Munster just lacking killer instinct - Penney
When Munster have their ‘foot on the throat’ Penney just wants the pressure to keep on coming.
Lisa McInerney: New Year is where we resolve to be grown-ups
The true mark of maturity, however, is to stop beating ourselves up over not being the perfect adult – and to resolve to be a better kid.
Poll: Do you keep your New Year's resolutions?
There’s just 60 hours to go in 2012 so we want to know about your New Year’s resolutions.
14 of the oddest calendars of 2013
Haven’t chosen your calendar for next year yet? These should help…
Scotland appoint Johnson as head coach
The Australian will take the reigns on a temporary basis for next year’s Six Nations and the tour of South Africa, is was announced today.
Mixed results for Irish fishermen after "difficult and complex negotiations"
Talks on Ireland’s fishing quotas for 2013 ended in the early hours of this morning, with Minister Coveney saying that the agreed quotas would “support our fishing industry over the coming year”.
Montgomerie course announced as venue for 2013 Irish Open
The O’Meara course at Carton House had originally been tipped to host the event.
Varadkar: I don't see why we should pay the €3bn promissory note next year
The government is trying to do a deal on Anglo debt to avoid having to pay the €3 billion in March -but the ECB is warning that it may not be possible.