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Monday 11 December 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# Every Cloud...

This year
O'Connell: Sexton ban could be 'silver lining' for Ireland
Ireland forwards coach Paul O’Connell is confident Johnny Sexton can hit the ground running at the World Cup.
All time
There's rain forecast this weekend but next week will be dry, sunny and warm
Connacht will enjoy the finest conditions next week.
The loss of Kilkenny All-Ireland winner Herity to the gain of Dublin star McMahon
From sheer disappointment to a big lift – it’s interesting times for Dublin Camogie, says key defender Eve O’Brien.
Ireland’s economy to grow thanks to weak euro – IBEC
The employers’ group says the economy will grow by 1 per cent next year, because a weak euro will help exports.
Every cloud: Kearney hopes to fill Fitzgerald void
The 22-year-old prospect could benefit from Luke Fitzgerald’s injury trouble for both club and country.
At least someone’s making money: ECB profits quadrupled last year
A ballooning balance sheet and bigger roles in the bond markets meant the ECB turned profits of €728m, up from €171m.
Poll: Have you taken your money out of Ireland's banks?
An Post is gaining a bigger share of Ireland’s savings market as savers move their money from banks. Have you?
An Post benefits from the troubles in Ireland's banks
The semi-state company has taken in over €5 billion in savings deposits since the economic crisis began.