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Wednesday 4 October 2023 Dublin: 12°C

# cold water

This year
'I can confirm Vikki's not going to play rugby' - Meath team-mate laughs off Wall report
Emma Duggan is sceptical about a potential switch to rugby for Vikki Wall.
All time
'He begged me, 'Please don't kill me', and he talks about a rematch?' - No McGregor sequel, says Khabib
The UFC lightweight champion said that in the last three years, McGregor has won only once – in an amateur boxing match.
Mourinho: Cristiano Ronaldo's Man United return is 'mission impossible'
The United manager says the club have never considered a move for their former player.
Schmidt available to Lions but only interested in Ireland's Japan tour
Warren Gatland this week opened up the possibility of Schmidt joining his coaching staff.
SANZAR dismiss EPCR claims over game between Super Rugby and Champions Cup winners
Andy Marinos described the statement as “a premature bullet”.
Conor McGregor dismisses rumours of a UFC rift as 'horses**t'
The UFC featherweight champion covered a range of interesting topics in his latest interview.
Premiership club play down reports that they're about to sign Victor Matfield
Is the Springbok legend heading to England?
Leinster boss dismisses reports linking Kane Douglas with a return to Australia
Matt O’Connor also confirmed that Ruddock, McFadden and Te’o could return to action on Sunday.
7 feelings every Irish person felt about Damien Rice's 'O'
Why’d ya sing Hallelujah if it means nothing to ya?
Protesters: 'We ran them from the whole area' ... Irish Water: 'No you didn't'
Protesters blocked contractors from installing meters in Dublin and Cork today. Phil Hogan said they wouldn’t stop the charges from coming in.
It could be "impossible" for an independent Scotland to join the EU
European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso noted that the formation of a new member state needs approval from all other EU nations.
"It's not a quango": Rabbitte defends €5.7m Irish Water 'transition' body
The office was set up to manage the transfer of water services from councils to the remit of Irish Water.
Hayes: Bonus payments at Irish Water not justified
CEO of the semi-state, John Tierney, confirmed yesterday that staff would be entitled to bonus payments totalling up to six per cent of their salary.