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Wednesday 29 November 2023 Dublin: 2°C

# gloves are off

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IOC chief issues warning to 'problem children' as boxing excluded from 2028 Olympics
Boxing is Ireland’s most successful Olympic sport, but it currently faces a cut from the Games.
Sport Ireland issue Irish boxing with funding cut threat
“Significant issues of concern” remain at the IABA.
Sign the contract or it's goodbye: Ronald Koeman delivers an ultimatum to Ross Barkley
Martin O’Neill isn’t the only one feeling the wrath of the Dutch manager.
Jurgen Klopp goes in two-footed on Gary Neville after his criticism of under-fire goalkeeper
Jurgen Klopp has questioned why the ex-Manchester United captain is judging players on TV after an ill-fated management spell with Valencia.
Spotify really isn't happy with Apple's decision to reject its latest app update
Spotify has accused Apple of using its App Store rules as a “weapon to harm competitors”.
Leo tells GPs to "cop on" in heated exchange over under-sixes
The minister was accused of stroke politics and he was having none of that.
"The No side seem fixated on the notion of the ‘ideal family’ – whatever that means"
The Tánaiste accused the ‘no’ side of using fear tactics. Meanwhile, David Quinn has said ‘Marriage Equality’ is a “misnomer”.
Hogan's department slams 'usual rhetoric from Green Party' after mayor survey
This week the party said the minister was leaving people guessing on plans for a directly-elected mayor in Dublin when the survey showed 30 councillors were undecided on the issue.
Kenny Egan: Young people in my area 'see all politicians as bad news and gangsters'
The Olympic silver medallist was speaking to reporters in Dublin yesterday as he begins his campaign to get elected to South Dublin County Council.
Here's definitive proof that Kenny 'Kenneth' Egan will be 'keeping it real'
If it’s on his campaign literature, then it must be true…
Kenny Egan steps into the ring for Fine Gael, would like to be known as 'Kenneth'
The Olympic silver medalist will be running as the party’s candidate in the Clondalkin area.
In pictures: Ireland's rugby stars go a few rounds with our high-performance boxers
Let’s get ready to rumble…