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Tuesday 5 December 2023 Dublin: 4°C

# hard work

Last year
Mayo outstay Kildare with second half surge to secure quarter-final place
A second-half goal from Oisín Mullin turned the game.
All time
The Uber-driving Mormon missionary who is set for a Wallabies debut
Queensland Reds back row Caleb Timu is expected to feature against Ireland on Saturday.
Sexton skill a prime example of endless practice making perfect, says Murphy
‘I can think of hundreds of drop-goals being hit after practice,’ says the Ireland skills and kicking coach.
Frank Lampard gives credit to Liverpool’s Salah for leaving Chelsea
The Egypt international has scored 15 goals for the Reds this campaign across all competitions after enduring a difficult spell with the Blues.
'I've just hit a wall': Why one of Cork’s most famous restaurants has suddenly shut
Fenn’s Quay owner and head chef Kate Lawlor decided to close the eatery.
Inspirational one-armed surfer Bethany Hamilton claimed third in a pro event last night
“I’m a reminder for young girls that you can do it if you set your mind to it.”
O'Connell: 'When you make mistakes and give away penalties, it flattens the performance'
“It was a probably a timely reminder of where we needed to be,” says the Ireland skipper.
Chris Smalling the hero as Manchester United huff and puff past an impressive Burnley
Defender scored twice after replacing Phil Jones inside the opening five minutes of the game.
Why people work hard, even when they already have everything they need
These scientists carried out a study to understand why people sacrifice leisure to work and earn more than they need.
Ministers celebrate 10 years of the Luas by eating cake and listening to gospel music
As you do…
Healy: 'There’s a lot of satisfaction in being able to lift a lot of weight'
The Leinster and Ireland prop discusses how his gym work transfers into scrummaging power on the pitch.
The 9 stages of going for a run for the first time
It’s not an easy task.
SLIDESHOW: Paul O’Connell back at work with Munster
Rob Penney’s men trained at CIT in Cork, with the Heineken Cup double-header against Perpignan looming.
Column: Internships can take you from clueless wannabe to landing that job
Internships are like extended job interviews – so adjust your attitude accordingly, writes Julia Purcell.
Woman has healthy twins after 75 days in labour
The Polish mother lay upside down for 10 weeks to save the newborns, after a third baby was born prematurely and died.
Ireland might not have longest working hours but it's EU fifth most productive
Remember last week’s table of EU average working hours where Ireland fell outside the top 20th? Our productivity ranking is much, much better…