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# control

Last year
2022
# warning
Van Dijk says Nunez must 'control himself'
The 23-year-old Uruguayan, who signed from Benfica in June, was shown a straight red card in the 57th minute at Anfield last night.
# control
Everton owner Farhad Moshiri increases stake in club
The Iranian businessman took control over the club in 2016.
All time
# getting better
Liverpool end poor run to take control in Champions League tie
Goals from Mo Salah and Sadio Mane earned a hard-fought win against Leipzig,
# Highlights
Wet-weather masterclass sees Rebels upset high-flying Brumbies
Wallabies back Reece Hodge grabbed two of the Melbourne side’s four tries.
# Coronavirus
Irish pharmacies running out of face masks after news of coronavirus outbreak in China
There have not been any confirmed cases of the virus in Ireland, or in the UK.
# JGP
'It's a small bit unfair... I would probably like to see the rule changed'
Leinster scrum-half Jamison Gibson-Park is set to take over from Luke McGrath in the nine shirt.
# Brexit
May moots 'associate membership' of EU agencies, concedes neither side can have 'exactly what we want'
The British PM said that she was not cherry-picking but just negotiating in the same way as any trade deal is put together.
# Riots
Riot squads were used at least once a day in Portlaoise Prison last year
A team typically would be made up of five or six wearing riot gear including a helmet and shield.
# Blaze
Minister says Oberstown is 'fit for purpose' after fire and violence at youth detention centre
A member of staff was injured during the disturbance.
# opt-in
Google wants to expand how it tracks you for ads - and it's giving you a choice
And yes, Google still knows quite a lot about you.
# sponsored by electric ireland
High tech homes: Here's all the cool home technology you didn't know you wanted
Robot butlers for everyone.
# Criminals
Prison officers admit they don't know what to do with prison gangs
“This is the problem – the kind of control these people have over the general population.”
# Syria
Russia warned 'indiscriminate bombing' of non-Isis targets will fuel extremism
Russia said its air strikes hit Isis targets outside of Isis-controlled territory.
# simplify
Google is trying to make users feel better about their privacy
The simplified controls will make it easier for users to decide what data Google’s services has access to.
# FOMO
Here's how you can remove the clutter in your Facebook News Feed
The site recently announced some changes that will make unfollowing friends and pages easier, but there are other methods that you should take into consideration.
# Collision Course
So what happens when you leave an intern in charge of a busy airport runway?
You might end up with two planes almost colliding, which is what happened last month in Vietnam.
# control
Whips will not be imposed on Fine Gael and Labour members of banking inquiry
Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore met earlier this afternoon.
# Strike
Varadkar: 'Transport Department is no longer the downtown office for Aer Lingus'
The Minister for Transport said the airline staff and the public need to understand that they don’t control the company.
# why god why
23 photos that will torture your inner control freak
aaaaaaAAAAAAAAHHHHHHH.
Voices
Column: 'I was in a secret, emotionally abusive relationship with myself'
For years, my eating disorder controlled my life; no matter how thin I got, I wouldn’t be satisfied. It’s this symptom of anorexia that makes it so dangerous, writes Vicky Kavanagh.
# Freedom of Expression
Turkish government heavily criticised after passing "Orwellian" internet laws
The new law will allow the Turkish government to block access to websites and request users’ communications and traffic information from providers without a court order.
# my business
It's Data Protection day - are you up to speed on your data privacy rights?
European data protection reform could be introduced before the end of this year.
# Cork
Fire at Cork recycling plant under investigation
The fire at Greenstar recycling plant was brought under control at around 3am today.
# Power Struggle
Poyet will quit Sunderland if he doesn't get transfer control
The Uruguayan manager is unhappy at the prospect of having director of football Roberto De Fanti in charge of bringing in players.
Voices
Column: I can’t pinpoint the moment I decided I wasn’t going to eat anymore
Suffering from anorexia as a teenager, Jenny Conlon’s weight dropped to just 6 stone before. While speaking about her experience for the first time is difficult, she says if it helps one person, it will be worth it.
# Domestic Violence
Safety app for women to be launched tomorrow
The app is from SAFE Ireland for android phones and contains information on services available to keep women and children safe from abuse.
# DR Congo
DR Congo threatens to attack rebels as deadline looms
Rebels have refused to withdraw before holding direct talks with the government, which has in turn refused to negotiate without a withdrawal.
# Drugs
Legislation to address street trading of benzodiazepines 'due in early 2013'
Deputy Roisín Shorthall had approved the move to amend the Misuse of Drugs Regulations earlier this year. It has been confirmed that it will be 2013 before it is introduced.
# Bail Out
Belgium to take control of part of Dexia bank
The Belgian state will buy the national subsidiary of Dexia for €4 billion. Dexia is the first banking victim of a new squeeze in European credit markets.