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Tuesday 28 November 2023 Dublin: 5°C

# Forward Planning

Last week
19th November 2023 - 25th November 2023
New bill introducing major changes to planning systems published by minister
Minister Darragh O’Brien said the bill will the “cornerstone” for Irish planning for decades.
This year
Leitrim footballers land huge coup by bringing in Mickey Graham as assistant manager
Graham replaces Mike Solan, who stepped away as Andy Moran’s assistant due to work commitments.
Last year
Here's your essential TV guide for this weekend's live sport
It’s another busy few days of action.
Bohemians complete loan signing of Watford striker Ryan Cassidy
The 20-year-old Dubliner spent last season on loan with League One side Accrington Stanley.
All time
Kilkenny head to Galway for Shefflin reunion on May Bank Holiday weekend
It’s a standout in the 2022 Leinster senior hurling championship, with fixtures confirmed this afternoon.
Liverpool will look for solution to cover Salah and Mane’s absences – Klopp
January’s African Nations Cup will deny the Reds the services of their Egypt and Senegal internationals for potentially a month.
Donnacha Ryan confirmed as part of O'Gara's new-look La Rochelle coaching team
Ryan will have responsibility for the La Rochelle forwards alongside Romain Carmignani.
Championship side reward Ireland U21 striker with long-term deal
Joshua Kayode has extended his contract with Rotherham United until the summer of 2024.
Two significant League of Ireland moves as Bohs and Pat's swoop for strikers
Georgie Kelly has joined the Gypsies, while the Saints have snapped up Ronan Coughlan.
'I may have been laughed out of the bank if I had been a League of Ireland footballer looking for a mortgage'
Former Ipswich and Bohs goalkeeper Shane Supple on life after sport.
Adam Idah marks first Ireland call-up with superb pre-season strike
The 19-year-old has been included in Stephen Kenny’s first squad as Republic of Ireland manager.
Mako Vunipola makes 'easy' decision to commit future to Saracens
The club will be demoted to the second tier of English rugby in 2020-21 over repeated salary cap infractions.
World Cup-winning coach joins Eddie Jones' England backroom team
Matt Proudfoot is England’s new forwards coach while Simon Amor is appointed attack coach.
Derry City beat off competition to bring in striker Walter Figueira
The 24-year-old former Chelsea youth player spent the second half of last season with Waterford.
Klopp rules out Insigne swoop but is planning to add in summer window
The Liverpool manager has insisted that the talented Napoli forward won’t be heading to Anfield this summer.
Decision time for Cork City's Kieran Sadlier amid cross-channel interest
The skilful winger is weighing up his options after a season in which he found the net on 24 occasions.
McKinley on the bench as O'Shea names Italy team for Ireland clash
The sides meet in Chicago on 3 November.
No breaks in next year's Super Rugby season due to World Cup
Organisers have confirmed the schedule and format for next year’s competition.
High-flying Blues secure two of their key players until the end of 2019
Izzy Akinade and Bastien Hery have extended their contracts with Waterford for next season.
Dundalk secure the future of two of the season's standout players so far
Sean Hoare and Jamie McGrath have extended their deals at Oriel Park.
Twice-capped Springbok back-row forward to join Munster next season
Arno Botha, who worked with Johann van Graan in South Africa, has signed a one-year deal with the province.
Chaos, stars and 'SUMO' firing Leinster up for revenge match with Scarlets
James Tracy trotted out one of Stuart Lancaster’s favoured mantras as Leinster hit a lull between massive European games.
Player of the year, ex-Newcastle winger and former Villa striker to stay at Rovers
Tomer Chencinski, Gary Shaw, Graham Burke and Brandon Miele will be staying with the Hoops for 2018.
Super business by Bohemians as two key players are tied down to new deals
Goalkeeper Shane Supple and defender Robert Cornwall are extending their stay with the Dublin club.
'Maybe I'm too old, I don't know' - Conal Keaney drops a strong retirement hint
The 33-year-old will make a call on his Dublin hurling future early next year.
'Boks stay bashful about scrum chances while trusting Pollard to fire up the back-line
South Africa are in rude health, while Joe Schmidt could conceivably have to make do without his entire first-choice front row.
Wenger: Arsenal 'no chance' of signing Suarez
The transfer window ‘starts now’ for the Gunners chief, he says.
Rooney will play in Stockholm, says Moyes
United face AIK in Stockholm next month.
David Moyes starts work at Manchester United, plans talks with Rooney for tomorrow
It will be a case of friends reunited in Alex Ferguson’s old Carrington office this week.
'Every team has a vulnerability' - Penney aims to exploit Clermont weaknesses
The Munster head coach has urged his side to capitalise on any opportunities this weekend.
France v Ireland will be the final game of next year's 6 Nations
The full fixture list for the 2014 and 2015 Six Nations were confirmed today.
Google lets users decide what happens to their email after they die
Google is the first major company to let people decide what happens to emails, photographs, blogs and social networks if their account becomes inactive.
Ayerza hoping to end landmark year on high
The Leicester prop is confident that a decent Argentinian performance this week, will bring a first ever win in Dublin.
Mission to Moscow: FIFA announce 2018 World Cup venues
Next job is finding Ekaterinburg on the map.
Follow through: Venus plans to compete in Rio 2016
The elder Williams sister, in London for this week’s Olympics, will be 36 when the Games roll on to Brazil.
Waiting game: Dolan can't commit to Westmeath just yet
Dessie Dolan says that he won’t make a decision on his inter-county future until after the All-Ireland Club finals next week.
Italian job: FAI confirms details of Euro 2012 training camp
The FAI expects to receive final confirmation of a friendly against Hungary on 4 June later this week.
Home and away: Irish provinces handed tough European openers
Leinster will begin their Heineken Cup campaign in Montpellier’s Stade de la Mosson on 12 November.
Pyeongchang, South Korea to host 2018 Winter Olympics
Pyeongchang, Munich and Annecy made their final pitches earlier and it was the eastern bid that won out.