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Wednesday 31 May 2023 Dublin: 8°C

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# Green Jersey
Analysis: The argument that Ireland is too small to take climate action doesn’t hold up
Despite our small size, we have a significant carbon footprint in global rankings
# Green Jersey
Ireland's Sam Bennett wins Stage 10 to regain Tour de France green jersey
The Carrick-on-Suir rider becomes just the sixth Irish cyclist to win a stage at the Tour de France.
# Sam the man
Bennett becomes first Irishman in 31 years to wear green jersey at Tour de France
The Deceuninck–Quick-Step rider had a third-place finish, with Wout van Aert claiming Stage 5.
# Green Jersey
'People have their own opinions' - Aki proud to represent Ireland at the World Cup
The Connacht man says he has been embraced by the Irish rugby public since moving to Galway in 2014.
# Green Jersey
Ireland named Europe's most entrepreneurial country
The Wall Street Journal analysed data on the venture capital being raised by tech companies.
# Green Jersey
Pic: Will Ferrell shows his support for Budget-hit Ireland
At least, that’s what we assume he’s doing.
# green jersey approach
Pics: Higgins meets former Brazilian president, gives him Ireland jersey
Michael D Higgins arrived in Sao Paulo yesterday and headed straight for a meeting with the popular former president.
# Green Jersey
DAA spends €7k painting fire engine green... then repaints it red
Dublin Airport Authority took the ‘green jersey’ approach with one of its fire engines before a decision was made to revert to the more traditional colours after issues with air traffic control visibility.
# Tour de France
Sprint Finish: Mark Cavendish holds off charging Nicolas Roche to win Stage 18
The British rider backed himself to beat his Irish counterpart in the closing stages while Bradley Wiggins still leads.
# tackgate
Sprint finish: Sanchez races clear to avoid drawing pin drama and puncture mayhem
French television has reported that pins were scattered across the final descent, leading to major disruptions.
# Tour de France
Sprint finish: Millar captures Stage 12 but Team Sky ensure Wiggins stays top
The British cyclist found energy reserves to win a sprint finish after a stunning breakaway from a five-man pack
# Tour de France
Sprint finish: Wiggins crushes nearest rivals to extend overall lead
The 32-year-old Team Sky rider was over a minute and 40 seconds faster than defending champion Cadel Evans.
# talisman
Summer Tour Diary: Next time this guy is back, he will be a tourist ... or a coach
Seven tours to New Zealand and not many wins to speak of but Brian O’Driscoll can sign off in style by conquering the All Blacks.
# summer tour
Dan Tuohy: Ireland will go out with all guns blazing against the All Blacks
The Ulster lock believes Chris Henry, his provincial colleague, would ‘do the job’ if he is selected to replace Jamie Heaslip in the back row.
# pic of the day
Minister Literally Pulling on the Green Jersey Pic of the Day
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# Tour
Summer Tour Diary: All Blacks talk up O’Driscoll, Kearney and not much else
Eoin Reddan is amazed by Tiger Woods’ winning charge and Simon Zebo sticks out ‘like a sore thumb’.
# Davos for the Arts
World Actors Forum to be held in Ireland next year
Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore has issued his progress report on last year’s Global Irish Economic Forum.
# Green Jersey
Bill Clinton to urge US business leaders: invest in Ireland
The former US president will hold a special event in New York on Thursday aimed at urging key business people to help out Ireland’s economy. Enda Kenny, Eamon Gilmore and Richard Bruton will all attend.
# Green Jersey
Gilmore accused of hypocrisy over 'green jersey' remarks
Eamon Gilmore’s call for support from opposition parties drew the ire of the Fianna Fáil and Sinn Féin yesterday.
# Debt Crisis
Kenny tells Dáil: ‘I have an answer to the euro problem’
The Taoiseach says the only way to solve Europe’s debt crisis is to tap the European Central Bank’s “infinite capability”.