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# Compromise

This year
India to host bitter rivals Pakistan for first time in seven years at Cricket World Cup
October’s clash between the South Asian neighbours is a rarity, and will be one of the most watched sports events of the year globally.
Walsh Cup final moved from Croke Park with backing of Wexford and Galway
Elsewhere, Tipperary footballer Robbie Kiely has announced his inter-county retirement.
Last year
COP27 'held the line' but more climate action still crucial - minister
The extended climate conference finally came to an agreement last night after running late into the weekend.
Russia advances in Donbas as EU leaders agree to ban most Russian oil
EU leaders have agreed to put sanctions on most Russian oil imports.
Hamilton bows to pressure and agrees to remove piercings before Miami GP
The seven-time world champion defiantly arrived at practice wearing a large amount of jewellery but performed a U-turn after talks with the FIA.
'Fans need to understand that what we're trying to do is in the best interests of all concerned'
Pat Devlin discusses the Bray-Cabinteely merger and looks ahead to the new First Division season.
All time
Lions' midweek kickoff time next week moved forward to avoid Euros clash
The tourists’ fixture with the Sharks will now take place at 6pm Irish time, while the England football team may be in action from 8.
Facebook to lift ban on Australian news pages after reaching deal on media law
The tech giant has resolved its conflict with the Australian government.
Wolves reach €18 million agreement for Portugal's number one
After the Portuguese side went to Fifa to demand compensation for the goalkeeper, the two teams have now worked out an agreement.
Varadkar and Martin meet again this morning in last-ditch efforts to avert Christmas election
The cabinet will meet this morning, while the Fianna Fáil front bench will meet before lunchtime.
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Up by a fiver: Social welfare payments to increase by €5 from March
It follows days of wrangling over the date for the introduction of the payment between Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil.
It looks like this man could be the next Labour leader
Brendan Howlin is emerging as the clear favourite to succeed Joan Burton.
Tsipras has two days to convince his parliament about third bailout
A deal has been agreed – but it still needs to clear the Greek parliament.
Rule 27: When a love for the 'wrong' kind of football would see you ostracised
A reflection on the GAA’s ban an players taking part in foreign games.
This is how you make sure everything you have online stays safe
Or at the very least, make it very difficult to be compromised.
Publicans and residents call for five concerts to go ahead - but Labour say they have a solution
The political party has suggested that three concerts should go ahead this year and the final two next year.
Have an eBay account? You need to change your password right now
The compromised database contained encrypted eBay passwords and other non-financial information.
Hackers steal more than 16 million email account details in Germany
The BSI uncovered the security breach after it ran an analysis of botnets, which can be used to carry out attacks.
Meghan O'Sullivan warns of 'darker downside' to Northern Ireland stalemate
The vice-chair of recent talks told RTÉ’s Prime Time that some parties are continuing to focus on the parts of the deal they disagree with.
Teachers 'know pay negotiations will end up in compromise'
The General Secretary of the INTO said today that two issues of note were higher pay and the supervision allowance.
Seanad "should reflect in silence before daily prayer"
A proposal on introducing 30 seconds of silence before the daily prayer was reached by compromise between Senators Ivana Bacik and Ronan Mullen.
Men at work: Wizards of Oz were key to Irish win, says manager Anthony Tohill
Ireland romped to victory in their first Test of this year’s International Rules Series, largely thanks to the team’s AFL experience, says its manager.
Ready to rumble at Croker
Croke Park is set for the decisive second test tonight.