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# Fair play

All time
# recognition
Scott Brown earns Fifa fair play nomination after show of support to Rangers player
The former Celtic captain has been added to the shortlist for a gesture of solidarity towards Glen Kamara.
# Champions League
CAS to deliver result of Manchester City appeal on Monday
City were fined €30 million and banned from Uefa competitions for two years, but insist they are innocent of flouting FFP rules.
# good on ya
Garda reunited with Dublin Marathon runner after helping to save his life at the weekend
Niamh Connaughton intervened when Giancarlo Isacchi needed urgent medical assistance during the race.
# Bien Joue
Superb Ireland U20 tackles stifle Joseph before French star shows fair play
The 18-year-old France number eight was clearly targeted by Noel McNamara’s charges.
# Opinion
Will Russia 2018 be remembered as the World Cup that revolutionised fair play?
VAR was introduced for the first time in the tournament’s history.
# Fair play
'The decision was correct': Ireland U17 'keeper grateful for support after cruel Euros exit
Jimmy Corcoran has suggested referee Zbynek Proske was within his rights to make the controversial call which saw Ireland exit the Euro U17s.
# Fair play
Liverpool offer fans compensation on Coutinho shirts
Any Liverpool fan who bought this season’s shirt from the club with Philippe Coutinho’s name and number on can claim a £50 voucher.
# stroke of fortune
Woman who worked for National Lottery for 27 years to appear on Winning Streak this week
Margaret Flynn had worked with the National Lottery since the very first day it began operating in 1987.
# Fair play
Irish band Otherkin are being applauded for calling out sexual harassers at a London gig
“This is completely not on; not at an Otherkin show, not anywhere.”
# Fair play
Croker to Killimor: Galway GAA club partner with Pieta House for 186km fundraising cycle
Over 80 people will take part in the cycle in aid of the club and suicide awareness charity on Saturday.
# Fair play
These two people are running the ENTIRE Wild Atlantic Way for charity
All 2,500km of it.
# COYBIG
TD calls for returning Irish team to be given a civic reception
Fine Gael’s Noel Rock reckons Dublin City Council should roll out the red carpet.
# in all fairness
Fair play? New programme for government is promising equality for all
The ‘partnership’ government has just published its plan of action. It might mention the word ‘fair’ a lot.
# Nice Work
Lone sailor saved by RNLI after getting stuck on sandbank
The man had been on a journey from Wales to Scotland when he ran off course.
# Fair play
Press Council looking for a new chairperson - no media figures may apply
The journalism standards body also has openings for two council members who must also be from outside the industry.
# making a difference
Know one of Dublin's unsung heroes? Here is how to get them noticed
Nominations for the Good Citizen Awards will open tomorrow.
# rituals
12 things successful people do right before bed
Just in case you’re looking for tips.
# Fair play
A team of Australian vets have skipped a bushfire evacuation to care for the local wildlife
The western Australian town of Yarloop has been devastated by bushfires throughout January.
# Fair play
Saoirse Ronan and Michael Fassbender nominated for BAFTAs
The Irish actors got some great news this morning.
# Fair play
Angela Merkel may be about to win an award in Tipperary
The Tipperary International Peace Award is given each year to recognise an individual’s humanitarian efforts.
# saint teresa
"Don't swim in the sea!": Praise rolling in for the country's most windswept TV reporter
The news reporter has garnered international attention for her efforts over the weekend.
# Fair play
'They reflect all that is good about our society': These are Ireland's People of the Year
Last night’s ceremony celebrated the country’s everyday heroes.
# Award award award
Father Ted has been voted one of the best TV shows around the world
According to thousands of users of IMDb, so YES.
# model behaviour
See this lad on the cover of Italian Vogue? He’s from Ennis
Meet Aidan Walsh.
# Fair play
A brilliant piece of sportsmanship from racing at Roscommon yesterday
Sportsmanship at its finest.
# Fair play
Pellegrini gives admirable response when asked about decisions going against his side
Some dubious calls went against Man City this afternoon.
# Fair play
U2 are being really sound to young Irish musicians
They’re not pocketing all the cash from their Irish shows – some will go towards supporting the ‘next U2′.
# SVP
Labour minister wins €18k car in raffle ... and immediately gives it back
The Society of St Vincent de Paul is very grateful for the gesture.
# Fair play
Joanne O'Riordan wins 'outstanding young person of the world' award
She will receive the accolade at a ceremony in Japan.
# Fair play
90-year-old Maureen Grant has been manning the bar in the Olympia for 66 years
The theatre worker enters her tenth decade today and has no plans to retire.
# Fair play
A 71-year-old man got an A1 in Leaving Cert History
Denis North now has his sights set on English and Geography.
# Fair play
Watch the moment a nervous student got the Leaving Cert points she needed
Be warned: there is screaming.
# Fair play
Syndicate looks forward to making 'lives easier' after winning €2.5 million
The winning couple have said they will be making “plenty” of charitable donations.
# express delivery
'Three or four pushes later she had given birth to a baby boy'
A good day’s work.
# Fair play
Enda tells Shane Lowry: "We are all so proud of your efforts"
Lowry has walked away with 1.5 million in prize money at the Ohio event.
# Fair play
Walk this way! League One team allowed to score unopposed goal
“It just wouldn’t have been right for us to take three points in the circumstances.”
# Fair play
The payments startup founded by two Irish brothers now worth a staggering $5 billion
Even Visa is putting its money into Stripe.
# Fair play
This Irish couple saved three students from jail time in a Thailand airport
Julianne Ní Laoire and John O’Brien gave three Irish students the equivalent of €10 – and saved them from prison.
# Fair play
Here's why animation fans are being told to go to Dingle
There’s some top stuff happening there.
# Fair play
This man's company just raised millions in funding - so he's hiring 50 staff
Dublin-based CurrencyFair plans to double its workforce this year.