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Saturday 23 September 2023 Dublin: 7°C

# Back in business

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Barry Geraghty says he's ready for Aintree Grand National - five weeks after breaking six ribs
The jockey has been on the sidelines since the end of February following a nasty fall.
Trinity makes it back into world's top 150 universities after error kept it out of rankings
Trinity College Dublin came in at 131st in the world rankings.
Vamos! Rafael Nadal is back in a Grand Slam semi-final for the first time in 3 years
The Spaniard hasn’t been this far in a major tournament since he won the French Open in 2014.
'I did that for them' - Donnelly dedicates win to under-fire boxing coaches
World number one awaits as Donnelly win lifts the pressure on Irish camp.
Mr Screen is alive and well and living on the Northside
Call off the search… The Dublin landmark sculpture has been located, in out of the cold.
Reports of a major injury setback for Tiger Woods 'are ridiculous and absolutely false' - agent
Mark Steinberg flatly denies reports that golf legend’s condition has worsened.
Cork hurling legend confirmed in key role alongside new Antrim boss
Justin McCarthy is joining PJ O’Mullan’s backroom team.
The single biggest engine room for Irish jobs is starting to fire up
Together these businesses account for half the private workforce.
One of Leinster's forgotten men reminded everyone how talented he is in the Pro12 finale
Noel Reid scored an absolutely scorching try against Edinburgh.
Clarkson to fans: You might miss me - but not as much as I'll miss Top Gear
The veteran presenter has been keeping a low profile of late – but he’s back writing for The Sun today.
One of the UFC's most decorated fighters had a winning return to the Octagon last night
Anderson ‘The Spider’ Silva was fighting for the first time since breaking his leg in 2013.
Joan Burton: 'We're the strongest growing economy in Europe at this point'
Ireland’s gross domestic product (GDP) is now up 7.7 per cent.
Open for business: new company start-ups beat pre-recession levels
There were 49 companies founded every day last month.
Leinster House to local council: This former Fianna Fáil TD is going back into politics
Behan resigned from the party in protest to Budget 2009. He’s now throwing his hat back in the ring of local politics, this time, as an independent.
Dragon’s Den star to discuss entrepreneurship before Oireachtas committee today
O’Sullivan will discuss what the government can do to encourage and support entrepreneurs in business.
Why the world’s saying ‘Ireland is back’
Following yesterday’s successful debt sale the world’s media is clamouring to say why we’re back in business.
US employees ordered to return to work today as shut down ends
President Barack Obama signed the measure which will raise the debt ceiling and reopen the federal government late last night.
100 jobs on offer as HMV relaunches in Ireland
Store managers and sales assistants are being sought for outlets in Dublin and Limerick.
Three months on and small firms feel more confident about business
Results also show that 30 per cent of respondents rate the current overall business environment as ‘poor’ or ‘very poor’.
Redknapp confirmed as new QPR boss
The former Spurs manager has signed a two-and-a-half year deal at the stuggling London club.
The Stone Roses play first gig in 16 years
Stone Roses kicked off their return to gigging last night.
Boost for Ireland as Murphy returns from injury lay-off
After seven months on the sidelines, the full-back played 50 minutes for the Leicester Tigers last night.