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Wednesday 31 May 2023 Dublin: 14°C

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No honeymoon period for new government as Dáil set to sit throughout July
There could be four or five day Dáil weeks on the cards for some politicians.
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How are the teams shaping up entering the World Cup quarter-finals in Japan?
As the Rugby World Cup enters the knock-out stages, we take a look at the health of the eight quarter-finalists ahead of a massive weekend in Japan.
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Ireland shake off the travel and get serious about Wallabies challenge
Careful planning has helped Ireland to beat the effects of jet lag in Australia.
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Moving on to a new challenge a decade since Grand Slam glory
“The death knell for me was my last season in Gloucester. That did a lot of damage to me.”
Taoiseach pressured on public sector pay in Leaders' Questions
Jokes about trains some slightly odd interruptions provided mild diversions in this afternoon’s session.
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Daddy-to-be McGregor demands ownership stake in the UFC as he hints at hiatus
“I’m going to be a daddy early next year. I’m crapping my jocks.”
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Wales can be Belgium's bogey team and the Euro 2016 quarter-finals talking points
The first of four last-eight ties will be played tonight as Poland take on Portugal.
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Ireland's Sex Shops: 'Everyone has a kink, they just might not know it yet'
We explore this rapidly changing area of retail in Ireland.
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Here what needs to be done to fix the economy, says IBEC
The business lobby group says Ireland needs better government and more entrepreneurship to get Ireland back on track.
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Shop Street and roundabouts: Pat Lam gets down to rugby business at Connacht
The sun shone on the Kiwi as he scoped out Galway. Nature has a sense of humour too.