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Monday 27 March 2023 Dublin: 8°C

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# group
McWilliams hails young guns, 'truly special captain', and players who soul-searched after Parma
The head coach said that even if Ireland had gone 20-0 down, he would have been confident that they’d come back in Fukuroi city.
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# Late Drama
Liverpool teen's last-gasp goal sees Wales pull clear in Ireland's Nations League group
A Neco Williams header won it in the dying moments.
# nightmare coaches
Vehicle supplier secures order to have Facebook group it claims is damaging its business reputation taken down
The injunction was granted in favour Harris Auto Trading Company.
# Irish Rail
At least two arrested over 'tissue packet begging scam' on Irish trains
Irish Rail said it is cracking down on the organised begging.
# mother tongue
Peru is fighting to save 17 languages that are in danger of dying out
The native way of life has been wiped out in parts of the Amazon.
# medical reasons
Concern for Buzz Aldrin's health as he is evacuated from South Pole
The second man on the moon was there as part of a tourist group.
# Coup Attempt
Three-month state of emergency declared in Turkey
President Erdogan has vowed to hunt down those responsible for last week’s coup.
# memes na Gaeilge
Irish people in this Facebook group have come up with a gas Gaeilge meme
And now they’re popping up everywhere.
# Paris
Topless protesters pulled from stage at Muslim religious conference
The women are part of activist group Femen and were protesting radical speakers at the conference.
# Dublin
Two hospitalised after one man stabbed and another attacked with metal piping
The separate incident saw both men suffered non-life threatening injuries.
# Haven Legend
Former Crosshaven prop named in Samoa's final World Cup squad
Jake Grey is part of Stephen Betham’s 31-man group to take on South Africa, Scotland, Japan and the US.
# Alcohol
Having a few pints tonight? You might want to bear this in mind...
New research from the UK says your drinking speed can be affected by the type of glass your drink out of.
# Referendum
People of faith urged to "be brave" and vote Yes in same-sex marriage referendum
Faith in Marriage Equality includes Catholic and Church of Ireland members.
# John Sweeney
Anti-Scientology conference set for Dublin next week
The two-day event will take place in Temple Bar’s Filmbase.
# redress scheme
Many symphysiotomy survivors still don't know what happened to them
There has been some difficulty in those who underwent the procedure accessing their medical records.
# job growth
"Loose talk" of higher pay from the Government not helpful, says business group
The Irish Small and Medium Enterprises Association’s (ISME) estimate that the SME sector could create 60,000 jobs in 2015.
Number of discretionary medical cards falls by over 16,000
In January 2013, 63,126 were eligible for a discretionary medical card. In April 2014, just 46,535 now have a discretionary medical card.
# whassssaaaaaaap
These are the worst things people do in a WhatsApp group
Come on people, be sound!
# i'm easy
Irish sketch exposes the agony of picking a film to watch with a group
‘I’ll watch anything.’
# Retail
"Remarkable year" for Penneys as revenue rises by 22 per cent
The popular retail chain benefited from the strengthening of the euro and saw sales growth of 5 per cent.
# cheerleader effect
People 'more attractive' when seen in a group
Barney Stinson’s ‘cheerleader effect’ is real, people.
# Winning
'It's surreal': Kildare family syndicate scoops €500k in EuroMillions
The family wanted to keep their names private, but bought their ticket in an Athy shop.
# Abortion
Pro-life group says some women are 'coerced' into having abortions
The Society for the Protection of the Unborn made the comment following a recent court case where a man wanted to stop his girlfriend travelling for a termination as he believed she was doing so under duress.
# East Belfast
Four men arrested after two males assaulted
The victims were taken away for questioning by police this morning, and witnesses are being sought.
# Courts
Fathers' rights group protests outside Taoiseach's home
The protesters said they were calling for transparency in family law courts in Ireland.
# Alan Shatter
Bethany Home survivors to meet Shatter for redress and apology
The survivors of the Protestant-run Bethany home are calling for redress and an apology for their treatment at the home.
# pussy riot
Pussy Riot member taken to hospital
Nadezhda Tolokonnikova has been transferred to hospital for a diagnostic examination.
# Abortion
Group says lack of invite to Oireachtas abortion hearings "a grave injustice"
TFMR Ireland said that it is upset that, despite numerous requests, it has has not been invited to take part in this week’s Oireachtas committee hearings on abortion legislation in Ireland.
# Colombia
Colombian rebels announce cease-fire
The top negotiator for the group announced the unilateral cease-fire before heading into peace talks.
# Missing
'The Forgotten Dead': Calls for database for unidentified remains
Families who lost their relations at sea would like the database to be created to aid in the search for missing people.
# self-care
Group wants increase in number of medicines available without prescription
An expert healthcare group has said this should occur as part of a framework for self-care in Ireland.
# Madonna
Madonna* gets burnt by angry religious group
*Well, not the actual pop icon herself, thankfully, but a poster.
# Children
Children's services "need more prevention and early intervention"
That is according to a number of leading children’s groups, who say that there are ‘pockets of multiple disadvantage’ in parts of Ireland.