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Saturday 9 December 2023 Dublin: 7°C

# Hot Water

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Real Madrid star accused of half a million euro tax fraud
Authorities believe Marcelo hid €490,917 earned from his image rights.
Real Madrid's Luka Modric probed over false testimony
The 31-year-old midfielder is suspected of “committing the criminal offence”.
Fingal Council takes case against Starbucks in Swords after Bord Pleanála finding
A spokesman for Starbucks EMEA in London said it expected its licensees to comply with local planning.
Chiefs lock Allardice apologises for homophobic remarks at end-of-season party
The 24-year-old said: ‘there was no malicious intent in my comments – I wasn’t yelling at a stranger to inflict hurt’.
England international Joe Marler could be in trouble again following return from 'gypsy boy' ban
The prop was involved in another controversial incident in tonight’s European Challenge Cup semi-final match.
'Milk first' is 100% the best way to make a cup of tea
And anyone who says different is wrong.
Former Brazilian President held by police in massive corruption probe
The home of former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, also known as Lula, was also searched.
What's next for the Nest Thermostat? Solving your immersion woes
The third gen version of the smart thermostat is getting hot water control, something the company says Irish customers have been requesting.
Top Gear could be in trouble for using the word 'pikey'
Ofcom is investigating after a complaint was made by the Traveller Movement.
Stoke's Robert Huth faces FA investigation over explicit tweets
“Clearly no offence was meant or directed to anyone, but apologies if I’ve offended anyone,” the player said.
Steve Bruce hits out at Paul McShane after Twitter controversy
The Wicklow native’s future at the club is in doubt following the manager’s latest comments.
Alien invader: It may look harmless, but this tiny clam has a LOT of state agencies worried
Highly invasive and difficult to get rid of, it’s thought the Asian Clam may been inadvertently brought to Ireland in boat bilge water or as live bait.
Patrick Reed apologises after foul-mouthed, homophobic Shanghai outburst
The American is in big trouble.
RTÉ receives 24 complaints over transgender character in new sitcom 'The Centre'
The group TENI said the programme is a throwback to the dark ages of television and RTÉ should do better.
'Did it come from the taxpayer?': PAC chief slams Hogan's officials over Irish Water funding
A suggestion that the exchequer is not funding Irish Water drew criticism from the Public Accounts Committee chairman John McGuinness last night.
Kansas City legal team look at the nasty case of the hot dog in the eye
The ‘baseball rule’ looks like it may not extend to meat based snacks.
Wenger vows UEFA three-game ban appeal after referee criticism
“I believe that when you have 25 years basic consecutively in Europe you can still ask the referee that you can have some discussion with him.”
England's Hartley cited for allegedly biting Ferris
Meanwhile, the fixture list for the 2013 Six Nations Championship has already been released.
Salt in the wounds as Wenger charged for improper conduct
Arsenal boss will be punished for his post-match criticism of the referee in Arsenal’s 3-0 win over Milan.
Lifted: Danny Care arrested for third time in three months
The Harlequins scrum-half is in trouble again after being caught urinating by police in Leeds.
Ex-Wales star and BBC commentator Davies arrested on assault charges
The star has been cautioned after getting involved in a scuffle in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Villa player arrested on suspicion of drink driving
Barry Bannan, who also has nine Scotland caps, was involved in a motorway crash at around 5.30am on Sunday.
Six-month suspended ban for tweeting Samoan
Eliota Fuimaono Sapolu faces a significant playing ban unless he apologies for a tweet he wrote about Welsh referee Nigel Owens.
Russian cited for 'headbutt' on Sean O'Brien
The IRB have confirmed this morning that Valery Tsnobiladze has been cited for the alleged misdemeanour.
Liverpool striker displays bad grammar, unpopular 9/11 views on Twitter
Liverpool striker Nathan Eccleston is in trouble with the club after comments he made on Twitter about September 11th.