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Wednesday 6 December 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# Aviva

This year
Aviva says 'suspicious' personal injury claims are being withdrawn on the steps of court
New internal analysis by Aviva said fraudulent claims are a “huge cost to insurers, motorists, and society”.
Ireland Women's National Team to play at Aviva Stadium for the first time
The Nations League fixture with Northern Ireland in September will break new ground.
Last year
Eight people were arrested as violence broke out between rival fans ahead of the FAI Cup final
Seven were cautioned and one man was charged and will appear in court.
Rising fuel prices push motorists to reconsider their car usage
57% of adults surveyed said that they were changing or considering changing how frequently they use their car.
Roared on by the Red Army, Munster bid to dethrone the mighty Toulouse
More than 37,500 tickets have been sold for this Champions Cup quarter-final in Dublin.
All time
Incorrect Covid vaccine mixture given to a number of people at Aviva vaccine centre
Those affected have since been contacted to be re-vaccinated, the HSE said.
Superb Saracens power to shock victory in Dublin to end Leinster's European quest
Johnny Sexton and co. were second best against Mark McCall’s outstanding Sarries.
Munster lament 'pretty serious' Snyman injury after minimal contact training
Peter O’Mahony reported that his side’s cancelled training sessions left them with just eight minutes of full contact training before today.
FAI leaves gardaí €360,000 out of pocket over failure to pay for policing major matches
The FAI said it had no comment to make.
Council to spend nearly €3 million on fanzones for four Euro 2020 games to be played in Dublin
The quadrennial UEFA football showcase is bringing three group matches and a round-of-16 knockout tie to Dublin in June 2020.
Aviva announce sponsorship of Ireland WNT ahead of crunch World Cup qualifiers
They’ve agreed a three-year deal.
So why won't insurance companies cover your 10-year-old car?
Many insurers refuse to offer policies for older cars regardless of their roadworthiness.
Over 14,000 drivers caught on their phones in 2017 - and some were posing for selfies
“The mobile phone is a big risk these days and people just aren’t heeding the message and ending up in a dreadful situation.”
Leinster comfortable with Byrne as surgery sidelines Carbery for at least six weeks
Jonathan Sexton meanwhile continues to show promising signs in his hamstring rehab.
This Irish rugby fan's cheeky selfie with referee Nigel Owens ended in a sound gesture
This fan got a two-finger salute, an excellent selfie, and a jersey out of it. Good haul.
Mel Gibson was spotted watching Ireland beat Australia at the Aviva yesterday
Well, Mel.
Robbie Williams has told the best story about taking mushrooms at Bono's house
His “psychedelic phase”.
Rihanna met Conor McGregor in Dublin last night and now she's a big fan
She said he has “so much heart”.
Leinster lose in Europe again as Toulon rumble to second-half comeback
Leo Cullen’s men have now lost all four of their pool fixtures in the Champions Cup.
Rob Kearney: Win over Toulon can 'give people a reason to be excited about Leinster again'
The fullback is realistic about Leinster’s slim chance of qualifying from Pool 5.
There's outrage after Cork City players began their FAI cup warmup during women's penalty shootout
Twitter is alight.
There's outrage after Cork City players began their warmup during women's final shootout
Twitter is alight.
There's outrage after Cork players began their FAI cup warmup during women's penalty shootout
Twitter is alight.
ITV’s Twitter account was NOT impressed with the Ireland-England match
England boss Roy Hodgson responded with a firm “no comment” when asked about the station’s reaction.
Traffic restrictions and extra gardaí - it must be time for Ireland v England...
The game will mark the first occasion the two countries have met on Irish soil since the infamous Lansdowne riot 20 years ago.
Enda Kenny set to announce 2016 American football game in Dublin tomorrow
We believe the game, originally set to take place in Croke Park, will be moved to the Aviva Stadium.
102 people signed up for health insurance EVERY HOUR in April
With the 30 April looming, Irish people bit the bullet en masse and signed on the dotted line.
Gardaí asked three Tesco off-licences to close ahead of yesterday's Ireland match
Move along folks, nothing to buy here.
Here's how you could save a fortune on your car insurance
It’s a bad idea to sign up to the first company whose flyer drops in your letterbox, that’s for sure.
Doctors warn insurance companies off their turf
The Irish Medical Organisation has called on the government to call a halt to insurance companies introducing such services.
In pics: Paul O'Connell and the Ireland squad trained at the Aviva today
We’ve rounded up the best photos from the open session in Dublin.
Analysis: Ireland's intelligent maul defence frustrates the Boks
Simon Easterby and Paul O’Connell came up with a smart way to stop the South Africans.
In pics: Ireland's brilliant win over South Africa
Relive a superb night at the Aviva Stadium as the Boks were put to the sword.
Here's how much Christmas will cost you this year*
*According to one survey, at least.
5 questions for Joe Schmidt's Ireland as the November Tests loom
Outside centres, the line-out, new caps, being clinical and the Georgia encounter.
Gopperth points to poor start after Leinster are 'out-passioned' by Munster
The Kiwi out-half was disappointed with his side’s effort at the breakdown.
O'Connor wants 80-minute display as disjointed Leinster prepare for Munster
The Australian head coach has been encouraged by the form of Rhys Ruddock early this season.
Could the Garth gigs be saved? Here are the options...
Meanwhile, solicitor for Croke Park residents claims disgruntled fans considering legal action against promoters.
Martin O'Neill's Ireland to face Oman in Dublin this September
The Paul Le Guen-coached side are currently ranked 82nd in the world.
Munster's O'Mahony re-focused on provincial ambitions ahead of Leinster derby
The Ireland back row is hungry for more success after helping Ireland to the Six Nations.