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This year
Pauw's former assistant Eileen Gleeson appointed as FAI's new Head of Women's Football
She recently left her role as manager of Glasgow City.
Last year
Irish student Racheal Diyaolu reunited with family after journey across Ukraine
The 19-year-old from Carlow escaped Ukraine with the help of two Scottish landscapers.
'We are so unbelievably happy': Richard O’Halloran reunited with family after return to Ireland
The businessman had been unable to leave China for almost three years.
Newcastle make Kieran Trippier first signing of Saudi era with move from Atleti
The versatile full-back joins on a two-and-a-half-year deal, understood to be in the region of £12million.
All time
Jim McGuinness 'waiting on the right opportunity' with focus on soccer after US stint
Donegal’s All-Ireland winning boss wants to continue his coaching journey in the soccer world despite piquing interest in GAA circles again.
Carter confirms shock return to Super Rugby
The legendary fly-half has signed a deal with the Auckland Blues at the age of 38.
Sean Cox returns home for the first time in 2 years
‘At a time when staying at home takes on new meaning for all of us, its clear that there is no other place that Sean would rather be,’ said his wife Martina.
Scotland second-row Gray agrees to join former club Glasgow from Toulouse
At 30, the lock will be head coach Danny Wilson’s first signing at the end of the season.
Scarlets confirm return of Liam Williams from Saracens
The Wales and Lions full-back is returning home after a trophy-laden spell in London.
'It’s not a good place. People think you’re living the dream but you’re not'
Bohs’ goalkeeper James Talbot talks to The42 about the other side to life with a big club in England, and finding happiness at home.
'The reception I got from the crowd was humbling. I always enjoy being home'
Declan Kidney was warmly welcomed as his London Irish side took on Munster in Cork.
'I'm very happy, it's great': Ibrahim Halawa has arrived home to Dublin
The Dubliner has been speaking to the media at Terminal 1.
14 things that are probably still hanging around in your childhood bedroom
So many precious items!
After a year in America, Liam Kearney is back at Cork City as first team coach
He takes over the role from Alan Reynolds, who left for Waterford United yesterday.
Couple reunited in Ireland after sham marriage claim led to deportation
Husband Kleber Madeiros was deported from Galway to Brazil.
Steak, spuds and selfies: A hero's welcome for O'Donovan brothers in Cork
The pair arrived into Cork
Andrew Trimble will become Ulster's most capped player when the Pro12 returns tonight
The winger will surpass Paddy Wallace’s mark of 189 appearances for his province.
'Some of the players who play with their province are likely to be in the 31'
Joe Schmidt says players who have returned to Ulster and Leinster are very much in the World Cup mix.
Another ex-Ireland international has found a home in the LOI
Former Blackburn Rovers and Burnley winger Keith Treacy joins Roddy Collins Jr as Drogheda United’s latest recruits.
This man was named and shamed as a rapist - but his own country barely noticed
Rapists are rarely named in Norway, with the emphasis firmly placed on rehabilitation.
Connacht have issued an update on Mils Muliaina after last Friday's arrest
The former All Black was taken into custody after the westerners Challenge Cup defeat to Gloucester.
Sunderland's former blonde bombshell has joined Drogheda United
The 31-year-old midfielder was announced as one of two new signings alongside Sean Brennan today.
Remember Toby, the autism companion dog? He's been found and is back with his owner
A happy ending in Castleconnell.
Homesickness sees Kildare's Daniel Flynn return from Aussie Rules on 'a leave of absence'
The Johnstownbridge club man has returned home.
Lung transplant patients who had to go to the UK can now stay in Ireland
More than 100 Irish patients had received transplants at a Newcastle Hospital but patients will now be able to get the procedures in Ireland.
Department spent over €50m in two years on making vacant homes habitable
While local authorities are responsible for repairs and maintenances on their housing stock, the Department of Environment, Community and Local Government has been funding retrofitting of vacant homes.
Snapshot: Wee Rory McIlroy peers over the wall to watch Ulster beat Leicester
‘Uncle Stevie’ Ferris brought the wee man along to Ravenhill last night.
Ferry pleased to rejoin Derry after Sunderland adventure
The goalkeeper has re-signed with the Candystripes after living with James McClean for a couple of months.
Happy Feet the Penguin returned to the wild
Happy Feet, the confused penguin who was found thousands of kilometres from home in June on a beach in New Zealand has been released into the Southern Ocean.