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Tuesday 26 September 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# Here we go again

This year
Ireland will take part in Eurovision next year despite recent run of disappointing results
RTÉ confirmed today that it is seeking song submissions for next year’s contest.
Last year
Truss has quit - so what happens now and who might take over?
Rishi Sunak? Penny Mordaunt? … Boris Johnson?
Coveney: London's bid to override NI protocol brings British-Irish relations to new low
Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald criticised Brandon Lewis, saying he was ‘talking through his hat’.
Boris Johnson faces new claim that he was in No 10 flat during 'party with Abba songs playing'
The list of events reportedly attended by the UK Prime Minister grows as the police investigation continues.
All time
EU says there will be no renegotiation of the Protocol, after UK suggests 'significant change'
The UK government has said that current arrangements “cannot go on”, despite progress made last month on some big issues.
Boris Johnson will try again today to get MPs to back an early December election
Johnson failed in his bid last night to get enough MPs to trigger a poll in December.
Another club vs college clash on the cards as Sigerson semi-final line-up is confirmed
The Sigerson Cup last four ties have been fixed for the same date as the All-Ireland club football semi-finals.
Donald Trump and the Democrats can both feel the midterms helped their 2020 chances
Democrats won back the House but Trump can be happy about certain results.
'We're just one of the teams chasing it again': Leinster hit reset in back-to-back bid
Leo Cullen’s side begin their Heineken Champions Cup campaign against Wasps at the RDS tonight.
Sean Gallagher confirms he WILL seek a nomination to run for president
After weeks of speculation, the former candidate has formally declared he will seek to run again.
We need to discuss Pierce Brosnan's singing in Mamma Mia 2
The best worst thing about it.
Amanda Seyfried says reuniting with real-life ex Dominic Cooper for Mamma Mia 2 made her husband jealous
They went out after falling in love on set during Mamma Mia, so yeah, bit awks for her hubby.
Abba record new music for the first time in 35 years
The group said, “It was like time had stood still and that we only had been away on a short holiday.”
For the fifth time in two-and-a-half years, hapless Sunderland are looking for a new manager
16 minutes after his side’s 3-3 draw with Bolton, the club announced Simon Grayson had been sacked.
'Maybe we can see what's possible': van Dijk hints at January move
Despite returning to the Southampton line-up on Saturday, Virgil van Dijk is again talking up the possibility of a move to Liverpool.
Piers Morgan and model Amber Rose got into a huge Twitter spat after he told her to 'put it away'
Cover your ankles, gals. Piers is about.
Dublin Bus to ballot for strike action
Bus Éireann have already announced strike action in two weeks’ time.
Aston Villa investigating Grealish after late night hotel party
The club’s owner has warned the 21-year-old while Stan Collymore has written him an open letter after the latest reports.
Prepare for 'twists and turns' as Ireland set off on the road to Russia
If the Boys in Green are to make it to the 2018 World Cup, there are sure to be a few bumps along the way.
We look at the task facing Ireland to qualify for Russia after Ryan Giggs' mischievous comment
The former Wales winger playfully suggested that his country had an easy draw for the World Cup qualifiers.
Annoyed at the ongoing Luas strikes? Apply for a refund
Today marks the 12th day of strikes in the ongoing dispute.
Fianna Fáil says it's now 'end game' and wants Dáil debate on water
The party wants the debate to be held tomorrow.
Irish house buyers are once more willing to commute for over an hour to get to work...
As property prices continue to rise in the capital on foot of the Central Bank’s mortgage rules, buyers are willing to accept an extended commute to get to work.
Conor McGregor and Jose Aldo met face to face again last night
It’s the first time the pair have met since McGregor snapped up Aldo’s belt in Dublin.
Kerry v Cork, Munster senior football final replay
We’re went minute-by-minute for round two in Killarney.
Britain doesn't need anti-discrimination laws, says Farage
He made the comments in a documentary that will go out next week.
Leo doesn't think Micheál Martin is important enough to debate
Election battle stations…
Messi stirs it up again by admitting he could leave Barcelona
Yesterday, it was all “lies.” Now it’s “I don’t know where I’ll be next year.”
Minutes after her excellent US Open finish, Stephanie Meadow was asked about Rio 2016
That didn’t take long.
Falling debris, veering vehicles and aquaplaning all hazards as storm approaches
Winds gusting 100 to 130 km/h are expect to hit Atlantic counties later tonight.
Forget the history -- Dublin staying focused on clear and present danger
Dubs boss Jim Gavin does not expect historic Kerry rivalry to have too much impact on preparations for Sunday’s semi.
Football the loser on a 'sad night' as PSNI clash with Shamrock Rovers fans
An SDLP politician has called on the authorities to charge any supporters that engaged in violence or sectarian chanting.
Homecoming (of sorts) as Carr signs new Connacht deal
Connacht’s all-time leading try scorer has agreed a two-year deal to return to the province next season.
The Redzone: NFL is back, baby!
The Redzone may be starting the season on the injured reserve list but that hasn’t stopped Steven O’Rourke sending his season preview from his hospital bed.
UPDATED: Olympic organisers back down in Paddy Power poster row
Paddy Power celebrate a “victory for common sense” after LOCOG agree to let controversial ad campaign stand.
Euro 2012, day 5
Before Group A gets back underway this evening, join us for all of the news from Poland and Ukraine.