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Thursday 30 November 2023 Dublin: 3°C

# 2015

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Poll: Do you believe the economy will improve next year?
Great things have been predicted.
Peace, hope, and celebration: President Higgins' Christmas message to us all
Michael D Higgins said he wishes that 2015 will bring “a bounty of opportunities for flourishing and renewal”.
The Daily Mail is giving away a 'Prince George 2015 calendar' and the internet is horrified
Twelve pictures of someone else’s baby, anyone?
Here's everything that's going to happen in 2015...
… according to the Old Moore’s Almanac.
T Minus 400 to the Rugby World Cup, time to look at the likely squad
Put on the kettle, roll out the biscuits and help us pick the 17 forwards Joe Schmidt should take to the World Cup.
Keith Barry just predicted the Book of Kells will be stolen
And a load of other stuff for next year.
Munster's BJ Botha: I can't see myself playing anywhere else
The 34-year-old’s contract expires at the end of the current season, but he is keen to stay with the province.
'I play to win' - Rugby World Cup looms for Ireland's Jamie Heaslip
Leinster’s No. 8 says he will head to the 2015 tournament with the intention of picking up a winner’s medal.
Tax cuts shouldn't come at expense of health services, Varadkar warns
Michael Noonan said last week that any tax breaks would have to be paid for elsewhere in the system.
UTV boss expects to move into profit by end of 2015... (no pressure then, Pat)
UTV Ireland is due to go on air on 1 January. The group expects to move into profit in the second half of the year.
Good news: Unemployment rate predicted to fall to 9.8% in 2015
The ESRI predict that unemployment will fall to 9.8% next year.
14 early Oscar contenders you should get excited about
What do you mean “it’s only July”?
Australia and England will sandwich The Ashes between ODIs against Ireland in 2015
“Next year is shaping up to be the most exciting in Irish cricketing history,” says Ireland coach Phil Simmons.
Kenya take major step towards first-ever Rugby World Cup qualification
The east Africans pulled off an impressive victory over Namibia in Madagascar.
Munster's first Community National School to get under construction in record time
The school will have eight classrooms and is expected to be completed in 2015.
US to keep 9,800 troops in Afghanistan after end of combat operations
Under the plan announced at the White House, America will gradually withdraw troops until only a small residual force remains.
5 things we want to see on TV3 during the Rugby World Cup
With fresh voices, a big name and the odd biscuit they can’t go wrong.
Graham Dwyer to stand trial over Elaine O'Hara murder next April
The 41-year-old architect from Foxrock is accused of killing the Killiney woman in August 2012.
Michael Carrick signs new Manchester United deal
The English midfield player is now set to stay at the club until 2015.
Gilmore: ‘Same-sex marriage referendum will be held before the end of the lifetime of this government’
The Tánaiste said that he hoped a referendum would be held next year, but it could be in the spring of 2015.
New bridge linking Louth and Down gets planning permission
The 660 metre bridge will cost in the region of €18 million. It’s hoped, however, that the majority of this money can be obtained from the EU.
Three more years: Mickey Harte signs contract extension
The decision was made to reward the Tyrone boss at a county committee last night.
2015 organisers spark talk of £10 tickets
The next Rugby World Cup could be more affordable than we thought.
Going nowhere: Ward signs new deal with Wolves
Mick McCarthy praised the Irish player’s professionalism, after he extended his contract to 2015.
Irish international Foley signs four-year deal with Wolves
The player singles out the positive atmosphere in the dressing room at the club as one of the main reasons for his decision.
Deutrom: Decision to exclude Ireland from 2015 World Cup a "complete travesty" and an "outrage"
Cricket Ireland’s chief executive slams ICC decision as “nothing but an attempt by full members to protect their own privileges.”