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Sunday 1 October 2023 Dublin: 17°C

# choice

Last year
OK, boss – Cristiano Ronaldo chose United over City after Sir Alex Ferguson chat
The Portugal forward returned to Old Trafford in August 2021.
France captain Hugo Lloris will not wear anti-discrimination armband in Qatar
The Tottenham star had previously refused to say if he would participate in the initiative.
All time
'It nearly feels like a bullying campaign' - Given says Robinson's healthcare is his own choice
The former Ireland goalkeeper believes players should not be criticised if they opt against getting the Covid-19 vaccine.
'I want to be part of the Ireland team because they’re more like a family than the British team'
Athlete Leon Reid on switching allegiances, growing up in foster homes and why he wasn’t at his best during the Europeans.
'Using the phrase 'social abortions' to try to publicly shame us is not okay'
Two women shared their abortion stories for the first time today and asked not to be shamed for their decisions.
Polish government rows back on all-out abortion ban following mass protests
The minister of science and higher education said the protests have “caused us to think and taught us humility”.
Campaigners says posters advertising pro-choice march removed illegally in Dublin
The Abortion Rights Campaign said its posters were removed in Rathmines and in some areas in the city centre.
Pope laments that children are being taught that gender is a choice
The Pope blamed what he called “ideological colonising” by “very influential countries”.
'Snubbing Barca for Man City was the best decision for me'
The Spain forward moved to the Etihad Stadium for £13.8 million in June.
Half of Irish people think freer abortion access should be priority for next government
Almost three quarters of the people polled think there should be a referendum to allow the people to vote on the Eighth amendment.
These are the Choice Music Prize Irish songs of the year for 2015
The final winner will be announced at Vicar Street in March.
What were your favourite TV shows and films of the year? Here are our picks
Tell us your choices in the comments.
Here's why everybody's talking about abortion today
“I am not a bad person. I am not a murderer”.
Thousands turn out for pro-life rally in Dublin as website hacked
A counter rally has also been organised by pro-choice activists to coincide with the march.
Sexual consent needs to be legally defined: 'Not doing so isolates and silences victims'
RCNI recommends a definition similar to that adopted in England and Wales be introduced to a new sexual offences Bill.
6 reasons why you should be listening to The Gloaming, NOW
Their wonderful album has won the Choice Music Prize.
Pics: Pro-choice activists protest Spanish abortion plans at embassy in Dublin
Draft legislation published by the Spanish government would make access to abortion more restricted in the country, with groups saying it will force women to go abroad for terminations.
Dublin woman celebrates her 80th birthday by getting a tattoo... of sweet peas
Nora McLoughlin said her reason for getting it is simple: life is for living.
Poll: Do you think the law should be changed to allow for assisted suicide?
A man in Canada recorded a video eight days before he died asking for the laws on assisted suicide to be changed – what’s your view?
Column: Transgender people should have the right to change their birth certificate
While most of us take for granted having a passport or birth certificate in our own name, transgender people must face awkward questions when they are asked to provide identification – this shouldn’t be the case, writes Aengus Ó Snodaigh.
Column: No woman has an abortion on a whim
Stitch up the X Case’s dangling loopholes and then hold a referendum to legalise abortion in Ireland – because no woman wants an abortion just for the hell of it, writes Carol Redmond.
'I'd rather not talk about it until I have to decide what to do' - McIlroy on Olympics choice
Meanwhile, the Northern Irishman is currently three shots behind leader Phil Mickelson at Quail Hollow.
Column: Pope Benedict saw sense by retiring early, John Paul II should have too
We need a pope that will listen to the wider church and wider world, writes Fr Seamus Ahearne, who reflects on the previous two popes’ achievements and failures.
PHOTOS: 2,500 attend pro-choice march in Dublin city centre
‘Several thousand’ people are believed to have taken part in the march which called on the government to change Ireland’s abortion laws.
Column: ‘I often wonder whether I’d be here, if abortion had been legal’
Sean Rooney was adopted as a baby in 1993. In a different country he might never have been born, he writes – but that doesn’t mean women shouldn’t have a choice.
GPs urged to display price lists
The Irish Medical Organisation recommended last year that all its members should introduce price lists – but not all GPs are yet doing it.
The burning question*: Self-service checkouts - evil or not?
This and every Monday, let distract you from the ‘serious’ news with one of life’s REAL dilemmas. (*not really)
The burning question*: Tea or coffee?
This and every Monday, let distract you from the ‘serious’ news with one of life’s REAL dilemmas. (*not really)