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Thursday 30 March 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# 2017

All time
# Busy Night
Dublin Fire Brigade has already attended 200 ambulance calls since the New Year
According to initial figures, Dublin Fire Brigade have responded to over 116,000 ambulance calls.
# year in preview
24 ways 2017 is about to make you feel reaaaally old
Ah shite.
# goals
More cooking, fewer interviews: Famous Irish folks on their New Year's resolutions
2016 was a tough year for many – so what are our high-profile citizens looking forward to in 2017?
# preview 2017
Open Thread: What will you be glad to see the back of in 2017?
Brexit? Trump? Celebrity deaths? Tell us in the comments.
# Quiz
What Will Befall You in 2017?
We can look into your future.
# transition
4 Irish-based players who made the move to Britain in 2016 and others who could follow in 2017
Daryl Horgan and other footballers who made the switch across the water this year.
# blockbusters
18 blockbusters you absolutely cannot miss in 2017
Trust us.
# 70 days
Enda says this was his biggest challenge in 2016
This government has faced water charges, calls to repeal the Eighth, homelessness but found his biggest hurdle ‘humbling’.
# looking ahead
5 sports scandals to watch in 2017
Football’s world governing body has had a mass clearout since Swiss investigators detained seven Fifa officials at their Zurich hotel in May 2015.
# nkotb
Ulster breakthrough Lyttle included in Ireland U20 squad for winter trials
Cillian Gallagher returns to the pack after already impressing for Nigel Carolan’s side this year.
# 2017
Saying goodbye to 2016: What big changes will you make next year?
It’s been a tough one, so all hail 2017.
# 2017
Postponed after Foley death, Munster's meeting with Racing 92 scheduled for January
Munster’s Pro12 trip to Edinburgh has been postponed to facilitate the European match.
# Changes
'A golf tournament which is set to change the way people view golf'
The European Tour and PGA Tour of Australasia hope they have come up with the sport’s answer to Twenty20.
# Lions
Taking on the All Blacks is Gatland's greatest coaching challenge
It will be fascinating to see how many Irishmen are involved in next year’s tour.
# Freak
'Tom will certainly be in with a big shout to play for Ireland'
Connacht hooker Tom McCartney would be eligible for the national team in 2017.
# Legend
The 2017 Lions tour 'definitely' isn't part of Paul O'Connell's plans
The 36-year-old will be focusing on rehabbing his hamstring injury in the short term.
# Crystal Ball
Lions and All Blacks jobs loom behind 2017 expiry of Schmidt's contract
What’s next in line for the Ireland head coach?
# top prospect
Paddy McNair signs new contract to stay at Man United until 2017
The Antrim native has been rewarded for his first-team breakthrough earlier this season.
# rugby in the usa
American stopover 'one of the better bets' for 2017 Lions tour, says chief executive
Won’t be long now.
# Staying Put
Connacht reward homegrown 'heroes' with two-year contracts
Pat Lam says that keeping local players involved in Connacht is an inspiration for the next generation.
# Sealed
All Blacks out-half Aaron Cruden is off the post-RWC2015 transfer market
The 25-year-old has signed a new contract which will see him stay in New Zealand until 2017.
# Ambition
Dublin GAA plan to align with Nama, build new stadium
The county board’s report also launched a thinly-veiled attack on Leinster for the “subliminal exploitation of Dublin’s unique sporting hue”.