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Thursday 28 September 2023 Dublin: 12°C

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Here's why postmasters want cashless welfare payments suspended
The cashless welfare payments are due to be introduced by 2017.
Kids of Temple Street Hospital on why they love BoD
It’s all too much.
Ireland Women make four changes ahead of Aviva showdown with Italy
Grace Davitt, Stacey-Lea Kennedy and Amy Davis all come in for the historic Dublin clash.
5 things to know about Serbia's team before Wednesday's match against Ireland
It’s been all square in the last two meetings between Serbia and the boys in green.
3 key battles for Ireland to win against Scotland in Dublin
With Joe Schmidt’s men looking to get underway with a victory, these head-to-heads could be crucial.
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One simple answer could help you balance the costs this New Year.
Health insurance bosses stress the need to attract young people to the market
Speaking before the Oireachtas committee today, one stressed that proposed legislation won’t cause an increase in premiums.
‘We played into their hands’: O’Shea and Keane bemoan lack of Irish creativity
The experienced pair also refused to be drawn on the subject of Trapattoni’s future as Ireland manager.
Most people in Ireland have never had a sexual health test
Almost a third of people in a study said they are not concerned about their sexual health.
Insurance company acquires part of Aviva, creating 25 new jobs
Earlier this year, insurance broker Campion also acquired part of the general insurance business of Aviva Direct.
Neil Young, Robbie Williams and Bon Jovi... who won the weekend?
We have devised a rock ‘n’ roll battle to determine the victor.
Someone has been stapling dresses to Rihanna's naked Dublin billboards
A mystery person is covering the star’s modesty. Here’s the story…
Irish people are drinking 700 times more than we should
A substance use expert says a ban on drinks advertising is needed in order to foster a healthier relationship with alcohol.
Charging private patients for public beds will drive up premiums by 25% - report
Insurance companies are worried about the decline in young people enrolling as the costs of insuring those over 60 are considerably higher.
Aviva to cut 2,000 jobs worldwide - but no changes to Irish jobs
The insurance giant is to cut 2,000 jobs across the UK, Europe and Asia.
Aviva to increase insurance premiums by 4 per cent
The company said it has minimised increases on all plans and there are no increases on many of our entry level plans.
Laya healthcare to increase premiums in April amid 'healthcare crisis'
The managing director of the company, Dónal Clancy, said that Ireland’s healthcare market needed “radical reform”.
Aviva fined €2.45 million by the Central Bank for breached regulations
Two subsidiaries of Aviva have been fined €1.225 million each for breach of regulations.
Shane Byrne 'not nervous at all' as Leinster stand on the brink
The former Ireland hooker believes Joe Schmidt will be looking ‘to win at all costs’ today.
VIDEO: Not on my court! Donners slaps down Pumas conversion attempt
The Munster lock has not forgotten the 2007 World Cup.
#IreARG: How Ireland's match-winners rated today
A host of Irish players put in fantastic shifts at Lansdowne Road as Declan Kidney’s side won 46-24.
Match report: Seven-try Ireland rout Argentina
Craig Gilroy provided the backline spark for the Irish as the Pumas were blown away.
November tests: Sexton backs 'terrifying' winger Gilroy to jolt Argentina
The out-half has declared himself fully fit and ready to visit another Aviva defeat on the Pumas.
November tests: Conor Murray predicts ferocious battle against Argentina
The Munster scrum-half has alerted his teammates to the attacking evolution in the Pumas’ play.
Argentina make 4 changes to starting XV ahead of Ireland clash
Pumas’ flanker Juan Martin Fernandez Lobbe will captain the side at the Aviva Stadium tomorrow.
Kidney striving to shake Argentina loose and claim rankings boost
The two sides have identical results over their past 10 games and are separated by a solitary ranking point.
Heaslip cracks it – Play Argentina for 80 minutes or we won’t come close
The Irish captain may be on to something here.
November tests: The only way is up for Foley
The Ireland forwards coach has personal experience of grinding out victories over Argentina.
Open Thread: How will Ireland fare against South Africa?
The Springboks come to Dublin this evening, with both sides missing a number of key players. We want to know how you think the match will go for Declan Kidney’s men?
They’re big, strong and they want to run over you – captain Heaslip on the Springbok science
He’s more concerned about post-match speeches than decoding the South Africans’ gameplan.
'You have to go to bed tonight and know you're going to wake up and put everything on the line' - Les Kiss
Ireland’s backs coach was relaxed enough to joke about the Andrew Trimble, David Skrela mix-up before tomorrow’s trench warfare.
Guinness Series: Trimble ready to emulate O'Driscoll and lay body on the line
The Ulster winger is still rattled by a chastening tour to New Zealand but determined to put things right.
Guinness Series: Jean de Villiers eager to pile on the misery for old Munster friends
The Springbok captain is set to take on Keith Earls in the centre of the park on Saturday.
The Morning Score: Monday
The club championships continued apace and there was joy and heartache in equal measure, something Derry City and St Pat’s could tell you all about.
Green Pastures: Andress a Warrior to call in a tight spot
The former Harlequins and Exeter tight-head is loving life at the Premiership’s coal-face.
Kearney and Henry declare themselves ready for Ireland duty
“The number seven position is my home now,” declared the Ulster flanker ahead of the November Series announcement.
It's Sunday so here's 11 of our favourite pictures from the past 7 days
Here’s how the week developed.
'Our aim is not Germany, our aim is Sweden and Austria' declares Trapattoni
“Every player loses many, many games,” trumpeted the Irish manager.
Green pastures: Chiefs' Whitten ready to 'give it a real rattle' against Leinster
The Lisburn native is settling into Aviva Premiership life with Exeter and is eager for a Heineken Cup challenge this afternoon.
Munster approaching full-strength for Racing Metro clash
Donncha O’Callaghan and Marcus Horan are in contention for starting roles but Paul O’Connell is still not ready to return.