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# Diary
Leinster start Champions Cup with trip to France as Munster welcome Quins
Connacht will visit Racing 92 in their first game, while Ulster welcome Toulouse to Belfast.
# World War II
Researchers uncover 'dirty jokes' in Anne Frank's diary
Brown paper had been used to cover pages in her first diary.
# chronicling the madness
A childhood shattered by 'grown-up stuff' - the diary of an eight-year-old girl who survived Aleppo
Myriam Rawick was only eight years old when she began recording her terrifying experiences during the siege of Aleppo.
# are ya ready kids
A lad from Mayo found his childhood diary dedicated to Spongebob, and it's brilliant
“I wish I was yellow like you and have holes in my body like you.”
# the drama
People are losing it over this teen's gas childhood diary she just found in her room
“I am done with boys. I want to kill all of them.”
# self improvement
Keeping a diary changed me -- Joey Barton
The Burnley midfielder spent two months in prison in 2008 after attacking a man in Liverpool.
# mind yourself
12 easy ways to be really good to yourself this January
Self-care is important.
Voices
Kickstart January with these great tips to get organised
Back to work today and have great intentions for 2016? Here’s what you need to do to get what you want.
# Diary
What's it like to play in an All-Ireland final? We asked Kilkenny's Hurler of the Year TJ Reid
TJ talks us through the biggest day on the hurling calendar in this revealing diary.
# Meeting Targets
One minister has been to 870 meetings in the last year
That’s nearly three a day.
Voices
Diary of a First Time Dad: Night-time protests and second helpings
Our young girl is now 10 months old and has developed both a strong personality and a roaming nature.
# Oranje
Letter from Brazil: Netherlands' big orange bus rumbles on as Spain fall hard
Our man in Brazil reports on the fall out from the stunning clash in Salvador last night.
Voices
Diary of a First Time Dad: Teething time and becoming Don Draper
Working long hours, with a wife and child at home, reverted me to a 1950s style husband until somebody (not me) spoke up.
# dear diary
The 8 most embarrassing parts of everyone's teenage diaries
Dear Diary, today Conor asked me if he could use my sharpener. WOW!!!
# Troubles
This wonderful account is tweeting a teenage diary from 1981 Northern Ireland
A must-follow for anyone with a heart.
# Oh...thanks
9 presents that may be grounds for disowning your family
At least one of these will make an appearance this year.
# adventure
This guy will make you want to travel more
Warning: Video may induce lifestyle envy (and slight irritation).
# Changes
Diary of a Fantasy Gaffer: Good riddance Soldado, hello Lukaku!
When our attack needed a real man’s man, there was only one player to call.
# top top analysis
Diary of a Fantasy Gaffer: Your Martin O'Neill and Roy Keane-free zone
Featuring Yaya Toure, Aaron Ramsey, David Silva and erm, Peter Whittingham
Voices
Diary of a First Time Dad: We've got company!
Our baby girl is a week old and my wife and I are settling into life as parents after exhausting Plans A to Z.
Voices
Diary of a First Time Dad: Early arrivals, packing bags and last hurrahs
With our first baby due in October, my wife and I are revelling in everyday events like going for a walk together or having weekend lie-ins, writes Patrick McCarry.
Voices
Column: What a week in the life of a backbench TD looks like
Debates, meetings, touching base with constituents, heading up to Meath East by-election, organising sand bags, reading the newspapers and having words with his colleagues – Kevin Humphreys recounts his busy schedule this week.
# Diary
"Still the battle rages": Dublin mother's WWI diary goes online
The diary gives a fascinating glimpse into life in Ireland in 1916 for one mother whose son has been declared missing in action.
# just shy
Summer Tour Diary: Outnumbered 15 to 1 yet all you could hear were Irish voices
Jonathan Sexton admitted that he needed to strike his late penalty perfectly for Ireland to lead. He did not but was excellent otherwise.
# Race for the Áras
#Aras11 diary: Where the candidates will be today
With just two days to go until polling, this is one of your last chances to meet the presidential candidates. Here’s where they will be today.
# Race for the Áras
Gallagher retains major lead in Irish Times Áras opinion poll
With three days to go until polling, Seán Gallagher holds a 15 per cent lead over the field – the largest his lead has been in any poll.
# Race for the Áras
#Aras11 diary: Where the candidates will be today
With just days to go until polling, time is running out if you want to meet the presidential candidates. Here’s where they are today.
# Race for the Áras
#Aras11 diary: Where the candidates will be today
With just days to go until polling, this is one of your last chances to meet the presidential candidates. Here’s where they will be today.
# Race for the Áras
#Aras11 diary: Where the candidates will be today
With just days to go until polling, this is one of your last chances to meet the presidential candidates. Here’s where they will be today.
# Race for the Áras
#Áras11 diary: Where the candidates will be today
Want to meet the presidential candidates? Keep tabs on where they are campaigning with our daily updates.