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# end of the line

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2022
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Germany's €9 train tickets prevented nearly 2 million tonnes of carbon emissions, survey finds
One in 10 users of the ticket said it prompted them to use public transport instead of cars for a least one journey a week.
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Dundee United sack manager following 9-0 loss to Celtic
Jack Ross was appointed to the position in June.
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Raducanu crashes out of French Open after second round defeat
The British number one was unable to maintain her momentum after a strong first set.
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Uefa seeking to end deal with Russian broadcaster for international matches
Match TV holds the rights but that Uefa is examining the deal to avoid matches being screened in Russia.
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'He got a guard of honour from our players last night' - Kilcoo salute departing manager Moran
The Derry native has stepped away after guiding the club to All-Ireland glory this year.
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Celtic's Europa Conference League campaign crashes to a halt in Arctic Circle
The Scottish side suffered a 5-1 aggregate defeat to Bodo/Glimt.
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Controversial US sprinter Justin Gatlin retires at 40
Gatlin was twice suspended for doping offenses during his career.
All time
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West Ham end Manchester City's four-year run reign as League Cup winners after penalties
The Hammers edged out the holders 5-3 on penalties after playing out a goalless draw.
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Arjen Robben makes 'difficult choice' to retire from football at 37
The Dutch winger had returned to play for Groningen after deciding to hang up his boots in 2019.
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'Heartbroken' Connacht back Stephen Fitzgerald forced to retire at 25
The versatile back sustained a knee injury while playing against Leinster in January of last year.
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Irish duo combine for late goal but St Mirren suffer Scottish Cup semi-final heartbreak
Connor McCarthy applied the finish after receiving an assist from Jamie McGrath.
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12-game unbeaten run in Europe ends as nine-man Rangers miss out on quarter-finals
Kemar Roofe and Leon Balogun were both sent off in their defeat to Slavia Prague.
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Trump appears to acknowledge Biden victory for first time with ‘he won’ tweet
The president’s message came as he repeated several baseless claims about the presidential vote.
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Fine Gael Cabinet cull: The eight former ministers who didn't get one of the top jobs
Here’s who didn’t make the cut.
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Less than 500 public payphones are left in Ireland – a drop from 4,000 a decade ago
There were 4,000 public payphones across the country 10 years ago.
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Knee injury forces ex-Juventus and Italy star Marchisio into retirement
The midfielder terminated his contract with Zenit over the summer and has now decided to hang up his boots.
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Annalise Murphy quits 49erFX Olympic campaign after World Cup 'wake-up call'
The Olympic silver medalist and Katie Tingle have parted ways but remain lifelong friends.
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Kevin-Prince Boateng rules out permanent move to Barcelona after short loan spell
The 32-year-old made four appearances for the Spanish champions during his time at Camp Nou.
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Ospreys centre Ben John retires at 27 following a series of head injuries
The former Wales U20 international scored 15 tries in 79 appearances during his time with the Ospreys.
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Sligo Rovers confirm manager Gerard Lyttle's contract will not be renewed
The club says an interim manager will be appointed shortly.
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Injury forces promising Scarlets back-row forward to retire at 23
Persistent knee problems have restricted Jack Condy to 19 appearances since his October 2015 debut.
# History Maker
Irish Olympic rower Claire Lambe announces retirement at the age of 27
Herself and Sinead Lynch made history by reaching the lightweight women’s double sculls final in Rio.
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Britain's Kyle Edmund outclassed in bid to reach Australian Open final
Edmund stunned Grigor Dimitrov in his maiden grand slam quarter-final, but Marin Cilic was a cut above.
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The boss of Irish Rail is quitting and moving to Australia
David Franks, who has been in charge since 2013, will leave in the coming months.
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Glasgow hearts sink in Edinburgh as Celtic's historic unbeaten run comes to an end
The Scottish champions’ 69-game unbeaten run in domestic competitions ended after a heavy defeat to Hearts on Sunday.
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Minister says Nóirín O'Sullivan's pension will reflect her 'experience, expertise and rank'
The Policing Authority has thanked O’Sullivan for 36 years of service to the force.
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Waterford without de Búrca for All-Ireland semi-final as last-ditch appeal fails
The DRA backed the proposed one-match ban following a late-night hearing.
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Bill O'Reilly shown the door at Fox News after sexual harassment allegations
O’Reilly’s show had been one of the most-watched current affairs shows on US cable television.
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Half of Dawson Street will close for four weeks to allow for Luas works
The strip of road close to Nassau Street will be closed for Luas-works from the 3 October.
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UK newspaper announces closure after just two months
Trinity Mirror group said that circulation had been below expectations.
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"What employer could meet a 30% pay increase?" - all-out Luas strike now on the cards
Regarding the looming strikes on St Patrick’s Day, Easter Sunday, and Easter Monday, Luas operator Transdev says “from a commercial point of view those days make absolutely no difference to us”.