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Tuesday 3 October 2023 Dublin: 13°C

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This year
Biden accepts invite from King Charles for UK state visit, but he won't attend coronation
It comes after the White House confirmed that the US President will visit Ireland next week.
All time
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer impressed by Manchester United’s character and resolve
The Red Devils, 3-1 winners at Aston Villa, face three Premier League games in five days.
'I’ve been able to stay in the sport and enjoy it more' - one-day contract makes big difference in hectic schedule
A one-day contract with Cricket Ireland has allowed Shauna Kavanagh to keep her sporting dream alive, balancing it with her full-time and part-time jobs.
'People who brag about being busy will always be average. They'll never accomplish anything'
For those wanting to take ownership of their life, Isaiah Hankel’s new book, The Science of Intelligent Achievement, explores how to overcome distractions and over-commitment.
Spending mornings waiting on a Luas you can fit on? No plans to alleviate pressure for busy Christmas period
A spokesperson for the Transport Department said ‘teething difficulties are to be expected’.
The man balancing the turbulent life of a League of Ireland manager with a Masters in UCD
Shane Keegan chats to The42 about the challenges that await his Galway side this season.
Hillary Clinton says she didn't disclose pneumonia as she 'didn't think it was that big a deal'
Clinton’s handling of her health incident added to Democrats’ growing sense of uncertainty about the presidential race.
Over 1,200 people were saved by the RNLI last year - these were the five busiest stations
Almost half of the recorded launches were carried out in darkness.
Hailo is doing very well thanks to this morning's rail strike
The taxi-hailing app is incredibly busy right now.
Denis O’Brien has asked another website to remove an article
Waterford Whispers yesterday removed an article after receiving a letter from O’Brien’s legal team.
A week after completing her Leaving Cert, Jamie Finn will lead Ireland at the Euros
The U17 captain has had a busy few months.
We need to stop the glorification of busy
Nowadays it’s almost as if it has become a competition as to who can be the busiest – but being overworked is not a virtue.
Chelsea have signed the sixth most expensive PL player in January Deadline Day history
The 26-year-old has agreed a four-and-a-half-year contract with the west London club.
Wilfried Bony's move to Man City is now official
The Ivorian striker, who is away on international duty, has completed a move to the Premier League champions.
Column: Losing our religion – what thirtysomethings believe in now
If we haven’t got God to fall back on what does this generation believe in now? Kate Bellamy takes a lighthearted look at what people follow today.
Dublin's Paul Flynn set for hectic club and country schedule
A county final with his club tonight and an International Rules test with Ireland on Saturday await the Dubs star.
Column: What a week in the life of a backbench TD looks like
Debates, meetings, touching base with constituents, heading up to Meath East by-election, organising sand bags, reading the newspapers and having words with his colleagues – Kevin Humphreys recounts his busy schedule this week.