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Tuesday 28 November 2023 Dublin: 3°C

# Down with that sort of thing

All time
Newcastle ask fans not to wear Arab-style clothing after Saudi takeover
The club say the attire ‘is culturally inappropriate and risks causing offence to others.’
'That's mad, Ted': An Post aiming to meet Father Ted demand as two months of stamp orders made in two days
The Father Ted stamps have proven to be a bona fide hit.
'I hope Tipperary don't anyway, I wouldn't be approving of it if they did'
You won’t find Tipperary’s Seamus Callanan backing the craze of sweepers in hurling.
Engaged couples in Turkey are being told not to flirt or hold hands
In many areas, sex before marriage is not only a taboo but simply out of the question.
Here's what's in the defaced poster dossier the No campaign are handing to gardaí
Spokesperson Tom Finnegan said these incidents have been hurting the No campaign financially.
From Ireland's largest lingerie section to Funland, where are the main Father Ted landmarks?
And the Holy Stone of Clonrichert? It’s a Class II relic you know…
Gardaí on hunt to find dole cheats
20 gardaí will begin investigating social welfare fraud across the country.
This underwear ad in the RTÉ Guide caused a bit of a stir in 1978
In the late 70s and early 80s, there were also a number of complaints about about inappropriate content in men’s magazines.
Down with that sort of thing: Dermot Morgan's sons launch Heart Month
The family of the late Father Ted actor launched the Irish Heart Foundation’s Heart Month September campaign later today.