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This year
The Ryan Tubridy Show is now called The Nine O'Clock Show on RTÉ Radio One
Caretaker presenter Oliver Callan said today that the RTÉ payments scandal is a ‘lesson’.
New format confirmed for 2023/24 Champions Cup season
Next season’s tournament will see 24 clubs compete across four pools of six.
Klopp says he signed new Liverpool contract ahead of rebuild this summer
Anfield boss says ‘tricky’ time ahead as he bids to reshape squad.
Meet the new boss(es): Inter-county GAA's new managers for 2023
Inter-county sidelines will have a new look in 2023.
Last year
Under-pressure All Blacks sack Plumtree and Mooar, bring in Crusaders' Ryan
New Zealand Rugby move following ‘robust and in-depth conversations’ about ways to improve performance.
Ireland climb to second in world as All Blacks slump to lowest-ever ranking
New Zealand have fallen to fourth in the wake of their historic defeat to Ireland.
Stade Francais begin rebuild by adding coach Gustard and eight new players
Scrum-half Morgan Parra, 33, capped 72 times by France, has also joined after 13 seasons with Clermont.
All time
It's been 'another rollercoaster week' - so what does the Q2 plan for the vaccine rollout look like now?
Despite significant setbacks this week, health officials are confident they can keep the vaccination programme on track.
All 60-69s to receive the AstraZeneca vaccine
Health officials hope the J&J jab will come back on stream this quarter
Government still confident of June vaccine target, Michelle Hennessy reports.
'I feel I can enjoy my football a lot more over there' - babies, bereavement and a new chapter in America
After a difficult time at Hearts, Jake Mulraney is preparing for a debut Major League Soccer season with Atlanta United.
Dessie Farrell names experimental first Dublin team for O'Byrne Cup semi
There is a familial if not familiar feel to the Dublin team who will face Longford on Saturday.
Bastareaud among high-profile names missing as France name World Cup training squad
Some experienced names won’t feature for Les Bleus in Japan.
Higgins and Boyle handed first starts of season for Mayo as 4 Corofin players in Galway side
The sides meet in Tuam Stadium tomorrow.
Tommy O'Donnell among injury returns as much-changed Munster head to Ulster
Only Mike Haley and Sam Arnold have been asked to start twice in the space of six days for the province.
'It was a sad day' - Dundalk star wishes Kenny 'all the best' while backing Perth to take over
Patrick McEleney has picked up the final Player of the Month award for 2018 after ending the season on a high.
Expect 'extremely windy' weather later this week
Very windy weather and heavy rain is on the way – with the worst expected tomorrow.
Morning fog and thunderstorms: This week's weather is looking pretty autumnal
But (once the fog clears) we’ll have some very nice weather indeed at the weekend.
Communicorp reshuffle: Donoghue becomes group political editor, McInerney moves to weekends
Ivan Yates will replace the pair during the weekday drivetime slot.
Car ban for Dublin's College Green may come in as early as this year
It’s part of ambitious plans for a civic plaza at the site.
A raft of changes for Limerick as just 6 players start in the same position they did in Wexford defeat
Kerry have named an unchanged team for the clash at the Gaelic Grounds.
Sports bodies to be fined if their boards don't comply with new gender quota rules
Groups will have 2-3 years to implement the new rules.
Break-ups, career moves and kids - the science of making a BIG change
Moments of crisis or contentment – managing life changes can be done.
10 changes for Waterford hurlers as Déise recall big guns for Wexford quarter-final
Just five players who started against Galway last time out are retained in Derek McGrath’s starting line-up.
A whopping 9 changes for Kilkenny hurlers as Fennelly set for first start of the season
Michael Fennelly is back in a much-changed Kilkenny team for Sunday’s clash with the Faithful County.
Women are now able to fight on the US military's frontline
This has ended centuries of men-only tradition.
Today's the day you'll start saying goodbye to those tiny copper coins
They’re going to be rounded up and down to the nearest 5c.
"The suppository of all wisdom": Australia's gaffe-prone Tony Abbott - in his own words
The just-replaced prime minister has dropped quite a few clangers over the years.
Westmeath leave out captain and ace forward injured for Fermanagh qualifier
Ger Egan is on the bench and John Heslin’s ankle injury has ruled him out.
Here's the GPA's radical proposal to change the All-Ireland football championships
A first draft of their proposals was released this week.
Met Éireann issues rainfall warning for the entire country ... as the thunder rolls
Let’s be careful out there.
A "transformation office" has been set up at Garda HQ
And it’s helping them make changes outlined in the Garda Inspectorate report.
New Munster football championship format set for 2015 campaign
The decision was made tonight at a meeting in Limerick.
The Samaritans is changing its phone number to a free one
The new phone number will replace the existing low-call number as part of a change being brought in across Europe.
Varadkar tells all-male lunch that 'real change requires courage'
The Transport Minister said that Ireland should embody “justice, opportunity and equality”.
All change: Cruise ships on the way to Dublin Port
A new €200 million plan to redevelop part of Dublin Port will see changes in the types of ships in the city.
GAA want ban on U16's playing at minor inter-county level to be deferred until 2015
The motion was adopted at last Saturday’s GAA Congress in Croke Park.
Stormy weather forces postponement of Sigerson Cup quarter-finals to tomorrow
DIT will now face UUJ tomorrow while GMIT will take on NUI Maynooth.
Here are the New Year's resolutions you should ACTUALLY make
Forget the traditionals, these are changes that really need to be made.
These bus routes are among over 20 to be privatised in 2016
Over 20 routes operated by Dublin Bus, as well as some Bus Éireann services will be open to private operators as part of a tendering process.
How poitín went from illegal moonshine to being sold in Tesco
It is traditionally one of the most potent alcohol drinks on the planet, but poitín is having something of a moment with a whole new generation of drinkers.
Finally! Ryanair overhauls its website to make it less ugly
The website has been the source of much angst for its customers over the years, but now it’s been updated to something a bit less blue and yellow.