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# Changing times

This year
2023
The endgame - Why Drogheda United v Shamrock Rovers will soon be thing of the past
Drogs boss Kevin Doherty and PFA Ireland chief Stephen McGuinness explain why a fully professional Premier Division is on horizon.
Last year
2022
Elon Musk's first email to Twitter staff reportedly ends all remote working
Musk completed his $44 billion takeover of the social media platform nearly two weeks ago.
All time
Irish football is being swept up by change but not everybody is ready – least of all the clubs
After a week in which the full impact of Brexit has been described as ‘calamitous’ for the status quo in youth production, David Sneyd examines the details of what’s happening on the ground.
Dara Ó Cinnéide's new TV series looks at the worth and value of GAA - and how it's changing
GAA Eile begins tonight at 8.30pm on RTÉ One.
'We need to move on and let this group come through' - Cork's shift away from All-Ireland triumph
Only two players from 2010 final win are named to start on Saturday against Tipperary.
The Irish Times has bought the media group behind the Irish Examiner
The deal will have to be cleared by competition watchdogs.
UK Home Office won't say if Irish people will be exempt from controversial list of foreign workers
Home Secretary Amber Rudd wants to make companies list their non-British staff.
"I'm losing money every day while nothing is being done... it's a nightmare" - How Moore Street's traders have been forgotten about
Marie Cullen sells her fruit and veg on Moore Street in the shadow of the battle for the National Monument.
Rank-and-file gardaí to be balloted on updated roster
Members will vote next month on whether to accept an updated version of the Westmantown roster.
Three ways technology can improve your sports club
From integrating all the important info in one communal app, statistics trackers and full-blown analysis programmes – we’ve got you covered.
Alan Shatter wants a referendum on abortion ... and divorce
The former justice minister thinks it’s time we change the Constitution – in a number of ways.
New York Times launches rebranded international edition
Readers of The International Herald Tribune were greeted with a new masthead this morning, as the New York Times consolidates its assets.
Closure of government publication sales office to save €300,000 a year
The Molesworth Street office – the usual spot to pick up printed laws or tribunal reports – will shut in three weeks.
VIDEO: Irish Times to launch redesigned newspaper tomorrow
The new-look newspaper with its narrower pages and an overhauled design is the biggest single change to the paper in twelve years.
The sporting social network: Facebook to launch football experiment
The site, which has a potential audience of 700 million, is set to show its first-ever football game.