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Tuesday 3 October 2023 Dublin: 12°C

# Fallout

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1986: The levels of radioactive material in Irish water, milk and vegetables following Chernobyl
Arrangements were made to impound any produce which showed unacceptable levels of contamination.
Poll: If the Government falls over rents, would you vote the same way again in another election?
This morning the barely six-month-old government is facing a major crisis over Fianna Fáil’s objections to its rental plans.
Irish engineers say Brexit has slowed down business - but they won't be sacking staff
However, a quarter have changed their plans for hiring as a result of Brexit.
Of all EU countries, Ireland will feel negative impact of Brexit the most (for up to 5 years)
A German think tank survey has found that Ireland will be impacted in both the short-term and long-term.
Funding fallout continues as FAI hits back at St Pat's with 800-word statement
The Saints became the second club to reject the grant last night.
Furious Gary Neville demands apology over newspaper article
Gary Neville brands report claiming there were disagreements between England coaching staff at Euro 2016 “absolute b******t!”.
Jeremy Corbyn has lost a vote of no confidence to lead his party
His own MPs voted by a margin of 40 to 172 against him.
'He's working on a two or three-year plan, the Cork public won't like to hear that'
Former Cork player and ex-selector Seanie McGrath believes current boss Kieran Kingston is planning long-term with the Rebels.
30 years on: The impact of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster
Three decades on from the disaster, we take a look at the effect it had on Ireland – and how we’re facing a much greater threat to our health already.
Norwich striker quits international football over treatment after Brussels attacks
Dieumerci Mbokani missed an Africa Cup of Nations qualifying double-header against Angola after he was caught up in the airport bombing.
Totti row turns sour as Roma legend sent home hours before game
The club captain has been left out for today’s game after giving an explosive interview to an Italian television station.
New documents show just how close the US and Russia were to nuclear war
Scarily close.
Billy Walsh: 'I could not work for someone who clearly did not want me'
The fallout continues and is set to rumble on further.
'I gave 45 years to the store': After 11 weeks, former Clerys staff aren't going away
400 people lost their jobs overnight when the store closed suddenly.
Fabregas' girlfriend and 6 others being blamed for the collapse of Pedro's transfer to United
The Spanish star had originally been expected to complete a move to Old Trafford.
These ghostly photos show the buildings the Celtic Tiger abandoned
The changing face of Ireland’s landscape.
New York City fans aren't best pleased with Frank Lampard's decision to snub the MLS franchise
There are now doubts whether the midfielder will actually play for the club or not.
Wayne Rooney says England need to get 'nasty'
The 1966 world champions were dumped out of the World Cup on Friday, halfway through the competition’s group phase.
Kenny and Gilmore off to Brussels to discuss outcome of European elections
The European leaders will discuss the impact of the election results as well as the Ukraine crisis.
Explainer: Why is Alan Shatter under pressure – and will he survive? explores the background to the current controversy surrounding the Justice Minister, the questions that remain and what’s likely to happen next.
'I got a call from Canavan. Galvin had been in touch. That pissed me off.'
Owen Mulligan talks on his new book on last February’s controversial All-Ireland IFC club final against Paul Galvin’s club Finuge.
David Walsh writes open letter to Oprah that includes questions for Lance Armstrong
Earlier today on Twitter, the journalist indicated Oprah’s producer had spoken to him about the show
5 massive controversies that could* erupt from Liverpool's trip to Old Trafford on Sunday
*Probably not, though.
Warne banned, fined after ugly T20 bust-up
The Australian star has been punished for a foul-mouthed clash with West Indian Marlon Samuels.
RBS sets aside stg£28m for Ulster Bank tech 'glitch'
Interim results report clarifies the amount being earmarked for both redress for beleaguered Ulster Bank customers in Ireland and the costs associated with dealing with the system failure.
'Conor was not wanted in the team' - Mortimer's family blame Horan
In a statement read out on radio last night, they criticised the Mayo senior football manager’s decision to overlook the forward.
Confirmed: James Murdoch resigns as BSkyB chairman
However, he remains on the board as a non-executive director of the company, stating he has behaved “ethically at all times”.
Simon Hick's Match Report: The good, the bad and the inexplicable
A muted coda to the careers of its most talented generation, Ireland’s quarter-final performance against Wales defied explanation.
Greenpeace says Chernobyl food radiation persists
A quarter of a century after the world’s worst nuclear accident in Ukraine, food there is still contaminated by unacceptably high levels of radiation, according to the environmental group.
Weather will determine if Fukushima radiation reaches Ireland
Ireland’s nuclear watchdog says atmospheric pressure will determine whether trace amounts of radiation will reach our shores.