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Wednesday 29 November 2023 Dublin: 3°C

# Hearing

All time
Calls for government to recognise Travellers as ethnic group
At today’s Universal Periodic Review, the Irish government was also called on to address the situation of thousands of asylum seekers and take steps towards improving the conditions they live in.
Ireland takes steps to improve prison conditions
These include in-cell sanitation in Mountjoy and the introduction of special drug-free areas in prisons by the end of 2012.
British Olympic Association look to uphold lifetime bans
They have called on the Court of Arbitration for Sport to throw out WADA’s challenge, which is seeking to allow banned athletes to compete at this summer’s games.
Game over: Bradley Davies banned for the rest of the Six Nations
The Welsh lock has been hit with a seven-week ban for his “tip tackle” on Ireland’s Donnacha Ryan.
Terry to stand trial over alleged Anton Ferdinand comments
England and Chelsea captain John Terry has denied a racially aggravated public order charge and will stand trial in July.
Citizen advice now available through 'live chat'
People with hearing or speech difficulties will now be able to access information as new instant-chat service launched.
Hearing tests for newborns introduced in CUMH
Cork University Maternity Hospital has introduced hearing screening for babies born at the hospital from 26 April.
Are you sitting comfortably? Aidan O'Brien facing wait for punishment decision
The Ballydoyle trainer is in hot water after ‘the Cape Blanco affair’.
It's official: iPods are slowly making teenagers deaf
MP3 players are blamed as hearing loss increases by over 30% in 20 years.