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'Being open and honest about it, my salary was halved' - Mustaki's football focus
Republic of Ireland international Chloe Mustaki on her move to Bristol City, football and identity, and chasing the World Cup dream.
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John Delaney resigns from FAI with immediate effect
The Association will ‘fulfil certain notice and pension obligations’.
John Delaney 'is still on the payroll' of FAI - Sport Ireland CEO
John Treacy said it is his understanding that Delaney has stepped aside from the association.
'I was between the angels and the devil who was lighting the fire' - Sepp thought he was dying
The Fifa president is grand though, relax.
South Africa take control of Pool B with win over Scotland
It was mostly one way traffic in the first-half at St. James’ Park but Scotland improved as the game went on.
Miracle baby born with malformed brain has reached his first birthday
The condition does not have a clear cause and cannot be cured.
Hanrahan guides Munster to Thomond Park success over Scarlets
The performance was not as impressive as last weekend, but Anthony Foley’s men picked up a second successive win.
Ronaldson kicks Pat Lam's Connacht to Pro12 victory in Treviso
The western province picked up their fourth win of the season after a battle at Stadio Monigo.
The retail sector is delighted that more part-time jobs are becoming full-time
An increase in the number of full-time jobs has resulted in a boost for retail sales.
Ireland squeezed out by French power in World Cup third place play-off
Despite tries for Niamh Briggs and Grace Davitt, Ireland were out-muscled by les Bleues in Paris.
Full-time for Premier League ref Howard Webb
The high-profile official is taking up a new position.
Swansea cause FA Cup shock as late winner beats Man United
David Moyes will be under even more pressure after this early cup exit.
Welfare traps preventing people from moving into employment
A report has recommended that the department review eligibility criteria for some payments to “recognise the reality of the labour market”.
Newman's frees send Meath into the Leinster final
The Royals forward kicked 9 of their 18 points at Croke Park this afternoon.
Carlow unable to see out win as Wexford prevail
The Model County earned a two-point win at Wexford Park in tonight’s All-Ireland SFC Qualifier.
Readers' Panel: Single and working full time
Budget 2012 has seen an increase of 2 percentage points in VAT and an increase in tax on fuel.
Sepp Blatter racism controversy is 'closed' ... says Sepp Blatter
FIFA chief insists he’s apologised enough after his claims that racial incidents between players on the field could be settled by a handshake at the end of a game.
"My football relationship with the manager has changed somewhat" - Shamrock Rovers assistant quits
Trevor Croly exits Tallaght citing differences with Hoops boss Michael O’Neill.