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Saturday 30 September 2023 Dublin: 12°C

# Day Three

This year
Day three at the Security Forum: talks turn to Nato as neutrality protests continue
Day Three of the Consultative Forum on International Security Policy was held in Dublin Castle today with Nato on the agenda.
All time
Shane Lowry struggles and relinquishes Wentworth lead to Hatton
The Irishman is now four shots behind Hatton, who defended his decision to wear a hoodie during his round.
Westwood surges into Abu Dhabi lead as Lowry misses cut
Francesco Laporta surrendered his advantage at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship as Lee Westwood shot seven under to hit the front.
Hazelwood strikes with three late wickets as Australia tighten grip on fourth Ashes Test
England were still 297 behind Australia’s imposing 497-8 when bad light ended play.
Root digs in to revive England's Ashes hopes in third Test
The captain scored a half-century to halt Australia’s charge for victory at Headingley.
Ireland's pursuit of history mercilessly ended by England's fast bowlers
Chasing 182 for victory at Lord’s, Ireland collapsed to suffer a heavy defeat at the hands of England.
Waterford's Dawson in contention at Lahinch as 23-year-old former amateur champion cards 64
The Tramore native has shot up the leaderboard to take over as leading Irishman at Lahinch.
Djokovic roars into third round as Wimbledon title defence gathers pace
Last year’s beaten finalist Kevin Anderson also progressed on Wednesday.
Mixed round for Harrington in Malaysia while Spaniard Elvira holds narrow lead
The Ryder Cup captain hit six birdies and five bogeys in the third round at the Maybank Championship.
McIlroy five shots behind Justin Thomas at Genesis Open as rain halts play in California
Thomas and Australia’s Scott shared the 36-hole lead on 11-under par as play was suspended.
Nurses are set to strike for a third day tomorrow - These are the services that will be affected
This comes after nearly 40,000 INMO nurses and midwives took part in industrial action on Tuesday.
Heavy fog hampering search for fisherman swept into sea in Clare
It’s understood the man was fishing in the Pulleen Bay near Doonbeg.
It's time to take this evening off using your phone*
*As best as you can – that’s what we’re asking on the third day of the first week of the process.
No joy for Ireland at European Indoors as last two standing bow out
Ciara Neville and Phil Healy reached the semi-final stages of the women’s 60m.
Here are the policy decisions Donald Trump made yesterday
It was all about the wall.
Volunteers 'overwhelmed' by support for Apollo House takeover
An appeal for defibrillator was fulfilled within minutes this morning, an activist said.
"It is a pain because I had to get up earlier and then I have to last the whole day in school."
Dublin commuters are being hit by the bus strike.
Time for Irish trainers to end Ryanair hoodoo: Cheltenham Day 3 Preview
And Alpha Des Obeaux offers value in the World Hurdle, writes Johnny Ward of the Racing Post.
The42′s Winning Post: Everything you need to enjoy day three of Cheltenham
And hopefully help you pick a winner.
Electric Picnic was looking lovely in the sunshine today: photos
*fights FOMO*
World Cup hangout: Coming at you live from Brazil
One small step for football, one giant leap for Dunphy in a dress as Italy prepare to take on England. Join us for all our World Cup-related discussion.
Paralympic breakfast: Get ready for Oscar Pistorius
The South African athlete gets his Paralympic campaign underway, while Jason Smyth is in action again tonight.
Paralympic Village, Day Two: Firth and Smyth make history
It’s undoubtedly been a day to remember for Team Ireland.
London 2012 Olympics, Day 3
Yes, the weekend may be over, but the Olympic Games are just warming up. Here is all the good stuff that unfolded on Day Three.