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Friday 31 March 2023 Dublin: 9°C

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# Investigation
Environmental concerns raised by locals over dust levels at Cork coal plant
Cork City Council has been investigating the concerns.
# issue
Arsene Wenger suggests English players are now 'the masters' of diving
The Arsenal boss has emphasised the need to “get diving out of the game”.
# issue
'You have that stigma with you forever' - Former Ulster forward on his doping ban
Carlo Del Fava has discussed his reasons for taking performance-enhancing drugs as a youngster.
# issue
Brazil stars take in oxygen as Neymar complains about 'inhumane' conditions in Bolivia
Tite’s side are already through to the World Cup finals in Russia, but had to cope with the altitude in La Paz in their penultimate qualifier.
# issue
'They are talking more about the song than about his football'
The “racist” song was heard again in the stands at the weekend and the 24-year-old has urged it to stop.
# issue
'You put a phone in front of them and they'll write War and Peace' - Neil Lennon on modern footballers
The former Celtic star also spoke about his time playing under current Ireland boss Martin O’Neill.
# subprime lending
How iPads sparked a week from hell for the company behind Ireland's biggest moneylender
Provident Financial is being investigated by the UK’s financial watchdog.
# issue
Rory McIlroy to consider break due to persistent rib injury
The Northern Irishman may take time away from golf after the US PGA Championship.
# Not happy
Clamping complaints: The most common areas and offences for Dublin City Council
DCC received 63 complaint about clamping from May 2016 to May of this year.
# issue
Fifa to investigate Paul Pogba's world-record Man United transfer
The French midfielder was transferred for more than £89.3 million (105.2 million euros) in August 2016
# duplicate payments
Are you with Vodafone? Some customers have been charged their monthly bill twice
The company said that affected customers will be refunded over the next few days.
# Motorised Cheating
Lance Armstrong and Team Sky deny ever using hidden bike motors to cheat
CBS report shines a light on the possibility of motorised cheating in pro cycling.
# issue
Mickey Harte says GAA flag and anthem changes a possibility
The Tyrone boss believes the move could happen “when the time is right”.
# issue
'At the time I came into this world women were banned by the FA from playing football'
Hope Powell writes about the slow progress of women’s football in her recently released book.
# issue
Calls for FA to ban heading for under-10s
A new study from the University of Stirling found heading the activity could cause memory problems for 24 hours.
# issue
'At the time I came into this world women were banned by the FA from playing football'
Hope Powell writes about the slow progress of women’s football in her recently released book.
# issue
'There are Kenyans so easily allowed to represent European countries... It takes away from the race'
Irish sporting icon Sonia O’Sullivan was critical of the IAAF following the latest controversy relating to eligibility rules.
# issue
James McClean sits out Ireland training with back issue
John O’Shea, Eunan O’Kane and Kevin Doyle also didn’t train.
# Unlucky
Another setback for Rob Kearney as knee injury sidelines Leinster fullback
The 30-year-old is waiting on the results of medical tests on his knee.
# issue
NFL anthem protests and 11 September to collide
On Thursday night, Denver Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall refused to stand while the American anthem played.
# issue
Clare boss Davy Fitzgerald admitted to hospital in Dublin
Other members of the management team remain hopeful that the coach will be available this Sunday.
# sneak attack
Windows has a 20-year-old flaw that lets printers install malware on your PC
Thankfully, a patch for it has been released.
# issue
Uefa not happy about Bale daughter on pitch
“There should be a certain order. There are also certain safety issues behind it.”
# issue
Analysis: Ireland's left side a recurring problem at Euro 2016
Martin O’Neill’s team’s narrow set-up led to them being exposed down the flanks at times in France.
# problem
Issues with Lille pitch forces Ireland into a change of plans
The France-Swizerland match left the playing surface in a less than ideal condition.
# issue
Martin O'Neill says the pitch could be 'a problem' for Ireland-Belgium tomorrow
The Ireland boss also jokingly referred to Roy Keane as “the werewolf of Manchester” today.
# issue
Heavy police presence in Belfast amid Tyson Fury SPOTY protests
The controversial boxer was among the nominees for the BBC Sports Personality of the Year award.
# Sledging
Cork camogie captain on sledging in GAA and being taunted about her depression battle
The Milford star says she was taunted about her depression.
# issue
FA to quiz Arsene Wenger on doping comments
Earlier this week the Frenchman revealed his fears of widespread use of performance enhancing drugs within the sport.
# no sir
Australia steps back from link with Britain by axing 'knights and dames' system
PM Malcolm Turnbull has described the titles as “anachronistic” and “out of date”.
# Stigma
Ireland does not have official statistics on male domestic violence
In a response to a parliamentary question from Pearse Doherty the CSO said it did not have figures available.
# issue
Van Gaal: United must solve attacking problems
The Red Devils’ boss has admitted that he is growing frustrated with his side’s poor finishing.
# Cracking down
Amazon set to take legal action against more than 1,000 'fake reviewers'
The fake reviews were being offered for sale for as little as $5 (€4.40).
# Court
Setanta Insurance customers will finally get the money they're owed
The firm was wound up in 2014, but over 1,700 claims were outstanding.
# Sacked
Woman sacked for taking her taxi fare from till awarded almost €7,000
She was travelling to her home after finishing work at 6am.
# contrast
Rugby referee Nigel Owens on 'the one issue that soccer needs to address'
The sport has been continually criticised, with players and officials consistently coming under the spotlight.
# issue
Real Madrid fans wrong to boo Gareth Bale - Isco
The Welshman scored a brilliant free-kick in Saturday’s win over Espanyol,
# stopped the presses
Final issue of Connacht Sentinel put to bed after 89 years of news
The Connacht Tribune Group describe it as the “end of an era”.
# Opinion
Opinion: Struggling Munster must give Hanrahan more game time
The centre pairing of Denis Hurley and Ivan Dineen struggled in the province’s recent match with Ospreys.
# issue
Focus: Scottish politics casts shadow over Ryder Cup
Several huge “No thanks” hoardings remain standing in farm fields near the rural Perthshire venue.