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Matured Muldoon better equipped to thrive in Connacht captaincy
The 31-year-old back row explains how his approach to the role is different second time around.
This motion tracker will allow you to use your hands in virtual reality
Leap Motion is working on an attachment for Oculus Rift which allows you to interact with a VR experience using your hands.
Talks stall between IMO and HSE on consultant doctors
The sticking point is on how a consultant’s experience will be assessed in terms of where they land on the pay scale.
Pellegrini confirms Frank Lampard's loan move to Man City
‘He will play every game that he needs to play,’ said the Chilean manager.
Former Connacht academy duo Reilly and Macauley's Canterbury tale
The prop and fullback are part of Waimate RFC’s league drive in New Zealand.
Giovanni Trapattoni in talks to become next Ivory Coast manager
The former Ireland boss claims he could also have taken the Morocco job.
5 changes for Waterford for tonight's Munster MHC semi final while Clare make one switch
Waterford go in search of three straight wins over Clare in two years.
What skills does Rehab want its new CEO to have?
The salary for the position is listed as €140,000 per annum plus benefits.
Former 7s star Hendricks set for 'Boks debut as Bakkies and Matfield reunite
Head coach Heyneke Meyer has named a starting team featuring 762 Test caps to face the ‘World XV’.
Title race: 5 reasons why Chelsea can win the Premier League
Jose Mourinho, their fantastic home record and their squad depth are some reasons why the London club will be confident of prevailing.
O’Connell and D’Arcy return to Ireland team ahead of Wales clash
Head coach Joe Schmidt has made just two changes to his starting XV after last weekend’s victory over Scotland.
Your next TV: Will it be Ultra HD?
As video-streaming grows in popularity and in quality, the next generation of TVs will focus on bringing Ultra HD quality streaming to your living room.
Charming video shares Brazilian students' experience in Dublin
It looks like they had a good time! Phew!
Springboks name back-line with 447 caps
Jaque Fourie and JP Pietersen return to the starting team for the clash with Wales
Burton Albion name 50-year-old goalkeeper on their subs bench
Remember Kevin Poole? He’s still lacing up his boots.
Column: Internships can take you from clueless wannabe to landing that job
Internships are like extended job interviews – so adjust your attitude accordingly, writes Julia Purcell.
Column: Childline is the only option for some - that's why we volunteer
Volunteering with Childline can be challenging and difficult at times, write a group of volunteers from Childline Cork, who say although it can be heart-wrenching it is worth it.
Column: We need to make our society and cities age-friendly
Let’s move on from the twentieth century, where older people were thought of as dependents. Older people can – and must — contribute to economic growth, writes Michael Hodin.
O'Driscoll aims to keep it simple while chasing new high at Suncorp
12 years on from his watershed display at The Gabba, the centre unveiled the gameplan needed for a repeat result.
Column: The idea my daughter would see me waste away was the worst aspect of my cancer
The clichés we take for granted like “life’s not a dress rehearsal” take on renewed meaning after you have survived cancer. This second chance is one I won’t be squandering, writes Tom Molloy.
VIDEO: What is happiness?
Irish director Conor Horgan asked pensioners, children, homeless people, advertising executives, recovering addicts and more about their experiences of happiness.
US call on experienced Watson to lead Ryder Cup team
63-year-old will become the oldest captain in Ryder Cup history.
UPC opens its first 'customer experience centre'
Th centre, based on Henry St, came after customer feedback and allows people to try out UPC’s products before they buy.
How art and social media helps us understand what it's like to be ill
International symposium in Cork to hear how experience of illness expressed through music, dialogue, fiction, film and other arts – as well as through social media.
Over to you: Have you ever been bullied?
We want to hear your story.
Poll: Have you experienced bullying on a social network?
The number of people on social networks has increased – but with recent accounts of bullying on them, we want to know if you have also experienced some level of this behaviour.
VIDEO: Our experience will put us in good stead on Sunday - Fennelly
The Kilkenny man is in confident mood ahead of tomorrow’s All-Ireland Final.
Pro12: Leinster leaders out to set the record straight
After a 45-20 humbling in week one, Leinster are back on home soil and their elder statesmen are eager to atone.
VIDEO: 'Our lads have their heads screwed on' - Dillon
The Mayo forward had barely left the field at Croke Park before honing in on his next visit.
Clarke, McGinley and Bjorn named as European Ryder Cup vice-captains
A fourth assistant will by named by José María Olazábal on 27 August when he reveals his two wildcard picks.
Talking Points - Munster SHC: Tipperary 1-22 Cork 0-24
Five talking points that emerged from this afternoon’s enthralling encounter in Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
10 of the world's most delicious dining experiences
Where are the most incredible places to eat in the world? A new global survey has decided on the top 100 – here is a peek at the top 10.
Muller: We won't make the same mistakes on Sunday
Johann Muller feels that Ulster have improved a lot since their quarter-final defeat against Northampton last season.
Column: What happened when MY country defaulted on its debts
Argentinian businessman Andres Blumenthal describes the panic and chaos that preceded the Argentinian default in 2002 – and the slow rebuilding of a country in its aftermath.