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# Boundaries

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# Boundaries
Cricket Ireland to stage North v South matches for developing talent
Stephen Doheny and Shane Getkate will skipper the sides for matches taking place over the next week.
# Boundaries
NBA's Westbrook calls for protection from fans after claiming child 'hit' him during a game
The Oklahoma City Thunder star spoke to the child and his father after he was apparently pushed during a clash with the the Denver Nuggets.
'Avoid burnout and maintain productivity you can be proud of by installing work boundaries'
‘Our boundaries need to be clearer than ever, with ourselves and with others’, writes Aoife McElwain.
# Boundaries
Don't make children hug relatives, US Girl Scouts warns parents ahead of Thanksgiving
“We know that some adults prey on children, and teaching your daughter about consent early on can help her understand her rights.”
# Brexit
Are fisheries the first casualty in a Brexit split between Ireland and the UK?
If the UK continues to lift the drawbridge on its waters, it could cause problems for Ireland.
Been asked to every social event over Christmas? Why is it so difficult to just say no?
Do you feel obliged to say yes to everything? You might need to learn to set boundaries, writes Karl Melvin.
# Your Say
Does it bother you when Britain tries to claim Ireland's finest?
# Hands Off
I don't think so - Enda won't be giving up Ireland's corporate tax rate without a fight
A levelling of the playing field across Europe has long been in the pipeline, but is it all an EU smokescreen?
# Boundaries
Nothing to get excited about in 'stale' Gaelic football Championship structure -- Ciaran Whelan
The former midfielder believes it’s time some of the provincial boundaries were redrawn to make for a nine-month long Championship season.
# European elections
Fine Gael MEP says he'll "resist any move" to oust him
Jim Higgins is dismissing speculation that FG HQ are trying to get rid of him, but says he’ll fight any attempt they make to run another candidate in next year’s European elections.
Column: Childcare is the main obstacle for women getting into business
If we want more women to become entrepreneurs and help rebuild the economy, then a national childcare scheme is needed, says Sarah Nic Lochlainn.
# Town councils
Hogan responds to outcry over plans to abolish town councils
The Minister said that councils would be given more powers – even though there would be fewer councillors.
# Reforms
Committee set up to help with local government reforms
The reforms will see changes to local government, including the merger of some city and county councils.
# master blasters
World Twenty 20 Final: Flamboyant Windies aim to blast past tricky Sri Lankans
While the tournament hosts have fought tenaciously to reach the final, the West Indies’ flair has certainly won over the neutrals.