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Thursday 2 February 2023 Dublin: 10°C

# day 3

All time
# day 3
Paralympic Breakfast: Ní Riain storms to another final while Grimes falls just short
Róisín Ní Riain secured her spot in the final with another PB after a 4:45.14 time in the S13 400 Freestyle.
# Day 4
Court shown CCTV evidence of Ana Kriegel walking with murder accused on day of disappearance
Two boys have denied the charges against them.
# ana kriegel
'I have no clue what happened to her': Ana Kriegel murder accused's statement to gardaí
Two boys, known as Boy A and Boy B, have pleaded not guilty to Ana’s murder.
# top tips
Defi the banker in Ryanair Novice Chase on day three at Punchestown
Here are your top tips for today’s action on the Kildare track.
# day 3
Olympic breakfast: Sailors, rowers and boxers among the Irish in action today
All the key details surrounding the must-watch events in Rio today.
# Milestone
Six St Patrick's Day winners for Ireland as Vautour flies highest in Ryanair Chase
There was a treble for Willie Mullins and Ruby Walsh along with victories for Gordon Elliott, Colm Murphy and Patrick Kelly on the third day of the Cheltenham Festival.
AS IT HAPPENED
Election 2014 Liveblog: European and local results (plus Gilmore resigns) as it happened
Results in Dublin, Midlands and all the councils filled…
# Anglo Trial
Sean Quinn told the Financial Regulator: “Sean Quinn needs to be reined in”
At a small meeting in February 2008, Sean Quinn told the Financial Regulator that he had been greedy, the court at the Anglo trial heard.
# day 3
Sean Quinn paid a high price for investing in that bank, Anglo trial is told
The Anglo trial heard Sean Quinn lost at least €2.4 billion in his investment in Anglo Irish Bank.
# Anglo
He's up: Sean Quinn likely to appear before Anglo trial today
The one-time richest man in Ireland will be the first high-profile witnesses in the case.