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Tuesday 5 December 2023 Dublin: 6°C

# Decision time

This year
Vera Pauw's future to be decided at FAI board meeting this evening
The FAI’s 11-person board will be presented with a review of the World Cup campaign, after which they will decide whether to renew Pauw’s deal.
Vera Pauw's future to be decided at FAI board meeting tomorrow night
The FAI’s 11-person board will be presented with a review of the World Cup campaign, after which they will decide whether to renew Pauw’s deal.
FAI to conduct 'full and comprehensive review' of World Cup with Pauw's future to be determined
The Irish squad landed back in Dublin today.
FAI to conduct 'full and comprehensive review' of World Cup with Pauw's future to be determined
The Irish squad landed back in Dublin today.
Last year
John Cooney considering switch to Scotland
The Ireland and Ulster scrum-half could make the move in line with World Rugby’s new eligibility rules.
Russian skater Valieva to learn Beijing Olympics fate on Monday
Valieva tested positive for A banned substance in a test taken last December.
All time
Government advised that Covid certs, masks and social distancing should remain beyond Friday
Cabinet is set to meet today to discuss which Covid-19 measures can be lifted this Friday.
Ministers have been advised by NPHET that there is some scope to ease remaining Covid-19 restrictions on Friday.
As nightclubs await permission to open doors again the advice has been described by sources as "not straightforward".
Separately NIAC has recommended booster vaccine shots for those over 60.
HSE's Dr Colm Henry: 'We’re heading into a difficult winter, there’s no doubt about that'
Government position 'hasn't changed' despite Ronan Glynn's call for home working 'where possible'
7 players set to be cut from England squad
Gareth Southgate named a provisional 33-man group last week for this summer’s tournament.
With his contract set to expire, Lionel Messi urged to stay at Barcelona
Luis Suarez has advised the Argentinian not to leave the Catalan club.
Easing 5km, outdoor sports and meet ups outside: Phased 'cautious' relaxation of restrictions expected after 5 April
The National Public Health Emergency Team will meet today.
NPHET will meet today to discuss what recommendations it will give to government.
A formal decision will be made at a full cabinet meeting tomorrow followed by a public address by the Taoiseach.
It comes as Ibec downgrades its economic forecasts slightly, citing the length of the current lockdown.
Outdoor gatherings and sports resume in England in major easing of lockdown restrictions
Portal for this year's Leaving Cert to open at noon tomorrow
Students can decide to sit the exams in person or receive calculated grades.
5 Irish internationals who could be on the move
After Jack Byrne sealed his APOEL deal today, we look at others who could be set for pastures new as the transfer window opens.
Meath stalwart and All-Ireland-winning Kerry goalkeeper announce inter-county retirements
The end of the road for Graham Reilly and Brian Kelly.
The Taoiseach says we 'weren't ready' for Level 5 two weeks ago, the question is are we now?
Michael Martin will meet Leo Varadkar and Eamon Ryan about that very question later today.
Apple and Ireland win appeal against European Commission's €13 billion tax ruling
The European Commission previously ordered the US company to hand back €13 billion in unpaid tax.
Serie A to learn season's fate in meeting with Italian government tomorrow
It is expected that the resumption of action will be greenlit, but Italy boss Roberto Mancini is among those who hopes otherwise.
Third Brighton player tests positive for coronavirus as 'Project Restart' vote looms
Premier League clubs are expected to vote tomorrow on the details surrounding the league’s eventual resumption.
Tiger Roll '50-50' to attempt historic Grand National treble as handicap weights announced
Two-timer winner handed top weight of 11st 10lbs ahead of Aintree showpiece.
Ireland's young footballers and their 'dream' moves to England - the good, the bad and the ugly
David Sneyd talks to a player, a parent, an agent, and a head of recruitment about what goes into making the decision.
Player Ratings: Which part of Christmas dinner is the best?
This is the big one, guys.
Niall Quinn's group withdraw as FAI and clubs to meet about future of the League of Ireland
Kieran Lucid’s proposal for an all-island league remains on the table.
UK Supreme Court ruling on legality of Boris Johnson suspending parliament due today
The Prime Minister has insisted that proroguing parliament was a routine thing to do.
Joshua opponent to be confirmed next week - Hearn
The promoter has drawn up a list of names to fight AJ in June, and an announcement will be made next week.
Plans for 25% of Poolbeg Glass Bottle site to be mix of social and affordable housing welcomed
The planning permission will see that close to 900 social and affordable homes will be built on the site.
Indecisive Best set for Ulster talks to 'see where everyone's head is at'
The Ireland captain will sit down with Dan McFarland and Bryn Cunningham to finalise his future in the next two weeks.
'His heart is with Ireland' - Bayern Munich teenager Johansson commits international future
The 17-year-old has lined out for the Boys in Green, Luxembourg and Sweden at underage level.
Martin O'Neill will have discussion with 18-year-old Southampton youngster about committing to Ireland
The Irish boss did not rule out Michael Obafemi featuring against Denmark.
Poll: Who should be crowned Hurler of the Year tonight?
Joe Canning, Padraic Mannion and Cian Lynch are in the running.
Murphy attacks Sinn Féin 'stunt' as no confidence motion submitted against Housing Minister
Sinn Féin has submitted motion of no confidence in Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy, but it won’t have Fianna Fáil backing.
High noon at the High Court as judge to rule on appointing inspectors to investigate INM
The State’s corporate watchdog will finally learn if it can appoint inspectors to Independent News and Media this afternoon.
Sinn Féin to table motion of no confidence in housing minister, but Fianna Fáil won't support it
At the party think-in in Cavan, the Sinn Fein leader said the party will put down a motion of no confidence in the coming weeks.
Pellegrini on Rice: 'I think that his heart must decide if he feels more Irish or more English'
Declan Rice was left out of the Republic of Ireland squad as England have contacted the West Ham teenager about representing them.
Parents Panel: What's the trickiest parenting dilemma you've ever faced?
From whether to go back to work or not to The Great Smartphone Debate.
Voting closes after high turnout in Zimbabwe's first post-Mugabe election
Officials overseeing the polls said long queues at many polling stations suggested a high turnout nationwide.
Man United midfielder Fellaini sets date for announcement on future
Tick tock……
Griezmann to make announcement on his future tonight
The French striker will apparently reveal all later.
'We want him to stay' - Leinster still hoping Carbery remains amidst Munster interest
The 22-year-old out-half has a big decision in front of him ahead of next season.
'She doesn’t want it to be about Cora Staunton, I don’t want it to be about Cora Staunton'
Mayo manager Peter Leahy says that he’ll sit down with the 11-time All-Star to discuss her inter-county future after the league final.
Jones ponders breaking up Ford-Farrell partnership
The duo are not certain starters for England’s clash with France, according to their coach.
Great Ormond Street may keep donations from scandal-hit Presidents Club dinner
The Presidents Club closed down after reports of inappropriate behaviour at the male-only event in January.