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Monday 4 December 2023 Dublin: 5°C

# Green

All time
Mark Selby edges out Neil Robertson in tense semi to set up final against 'Rocket'
The Leicester native held his nerve to clinch the Best of 33 frames encounter.
Going green: Landmarks across the world honour Ireland
More than 100 landmark buildings and iconic sites turning a shade of green to honour Ireland’s national holiday.
Timelapse video shows Chicago turning the river green
Every year the city turns dyes its waterway for St. Patrick’s Day.
Tubridy's threatening to wear this Paddy's Day jumper on the Late Late
It’ll hurt your eyes a little bit.
This invention is one reason why we love the Danish
Pop-up cycle lanes.
Irish SMEs not as green as they could be...
…but neither are most European SMEs, according to a new Eurobarometer survey.
In Pictures: Are you enjoying the change of season?
The summer is over and the autumn is here. Don’t be too glum.
From Niagara Falls to the pyramids, landmarks go green for Patrick's Day
It’s beginning to look a lot like Paddy’s Day…
New iconic sites to go green for St Patrick's Day
For the first time ever, Christ the Redeemer, the Pyramids of Giza, the ‘Welcome’ sign in Las Vegas and the Little Mermaid statue will all go green on 17 March.
Schwarzenegger: Environmentalism should be 'hip and sexy'
The former governor of California was speaking at the first conference of his new green movement.
POLL: Should Jamie Heaslip or Brian O'Driscoll captain Ireland for the 6 Nations
Irish coach Declan Kidney will reveal all tomorrow.
Tiger Woods' appearance fee is now a cool $3 million
But one tournament said, ‘No thanks.’
Column: Our ‘green’ ideals fizzle out in the face of everyday life
We may think we care about the environment – but our commitment stops as soon as we’re asked to pay, writes Dermot McNally.
Rome to host 'green' Grand Prix in 2014
The Formula E world championship is being backed by McLaren, which is supplying cars powered exclusively by electric energy.
Earls back on the left wing as Kidney names strong side for Third Test
The Munster man returns from a shoulder injury to face the All Blacks and is joined in the Irish backline by Paddy Wallace.
Sean O'Brien: Cut down our errors and we can push the All Blacks hard
The Leinster man is ready for the season’s final thrusts while the slow recoveries of Cian Healy and Mike Ross may lead to a front row shake-up.
Summer Tour Diary: 'Our time is now' says O'Driscoll as Kidney shocks us all
Bold team selections excite the travelling media corp and a slovenly funnyman piques the Irish captain.
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’.
Cave hoping to cap 'best couple months of my life' with New Zealand win
The Ulster and Ireland centre is seeking to add to his two caps and challenge Brian O’Driscoll for the number 13 jersey.
Google animation shows what happens when you send an email
Ever wondered what happens to your email when it goes off into the ether?…
St Patrick's-related Press Release of the Day. (Sort of)
No comment.
US airlines go green by running flights on biofuels
A number of US airlines are now running their planes on biofuels – such as algae-based and vegetable-based fuels – in an effort to fly cleaner and greener.
He's the man: Dyson fends off Green to win the Irish Open in Killarney
Simon Dyson showed the Irish contingent how to do it, as he beat Australia’s Richard Green to the Irish Open title.
Caption comp: Tee-shock Enda takes a swing at Rory glory
What could the Taoiseach and the US Open champion be saying to each other? You tell us….
Eamon Ryan launches Greens leadership bid... by battling a helicopter
Hovering helicopter makes a din as former minister records leadership launch video in a park – as fellow candidate sticks with the ‘outdoorsy’ theme…
Men worse for the planet's environment than women
Research in Europe finds that women emit less carbon than men, making them the greener sex.
Charlotte Roche offers German president sex for nuclear veto
The ‘Wetlands’ author said that she will sleep with Christian Wulff if he does not sign legislation that would extend the life span of Germany’s nuclear reactors.