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Ronaldo and agent Mendes donate €1m to hospitals fighting coronavirus in Portugal
The donation will help intensive care units in Porto and Lisbon source crucial equipment including beds and ventilators.
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Popular darts commentator will donate brain to medical science
Dave Clark has continued to work despite being diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 2011.
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Mayo International Supporters Foundation donates €50k to local hospice
The Mayo Roscommon Hospice praised Tim O’Leary for the donation.
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Outgoing Premier League chief's approved £5 million 'golden handshake' condemned
The Football Supporters’ Federation has criticised to turn down the plan to reward Richard Scudamore with a bumper pay-off.
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Vital assist and man-of-the-match award for Ireland's Doherty as Wolves overcome Burnley
The Dubliner was involved in the Boys in Green’s match with Poland during the week.
# Blood donation
'There's no better symbol of integration than the exchange of blood:' Polish residents launch Bloody Foreigners campaign
The Polish community in Ireland are encouraging their members to give blood donations.
# questions of copyright
'I made just 97p in a month from plays of Brewing Up A Storm on YouTube'
At the launch of a new IMRO report today, there was a serious focus on the issue of copyright and how much musicians make from sites like YouTube.
# help with homelessness
Unemployed under-26s now have to pay less towards their rent supplement
They’ll save up to €80 a month.
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This is either the flukiest or best assist of 2015 from Neymar
Meanwhile, Luis Suarez has scored more goals than any other La Liga player this year excluding penalties.
# Influence
Facebook says it has had a MASSIVE effect on the economy
The service is certainly influential, but where did it get its figure from?
# contribution
Green Thumb/Red Thumb: It’s the week in comments
Your thoughts on Jim Gavin, Roy Keane, Ian Madigan’s hair and much, much more.
RTÉ contributed €384 million to Irish economy in one year
An independent report also found that RTÉ reduced its operating costs by €87 million between 2008 and 2011.