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# Jack O'Connor

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# Out of Action
Cruciate rules out Kerry minor attacker and captain also set to miss All-Ireland quarter-final
Jack O’Connor has injury worries to contend with.
# Spread The Gospel
Declan O'Sullivan is now helping coach the next generation of Kerry footballers
O’Sullivan has been involved with the Kerry minor side recently.
# keys to the kingdom
Jack O'Connor confirmed as new Kerry U21 football manager
The appointment was ratified this evening.
# Kingdom Rule
Dramatic late winner hands Kerry extra-time success over Cork in Munster semi-final
The sides clashed in Austin Stack Park this evening.
# Off To A Flyer
Jack O'Connor's Kerry minor side off to great Munster start with 11-point win over Clare
Conor Geaney was Kerry’s top scorer in Tralee tonight with 0-4.
# Kingdom Talent
Clare include 4 of last year's team to face Kerry in Munster minor opener
Kerry face Clare on Wednesday night.
# news wrap
Today's top stories in 6 seconds
All of the news, none of the waiting.
# Hit the road Jack
Did you see the amazing walk-off on Vincent Browne last night?
Are you coming or going?
# Hit the road Jack
VIDEO: One of Vincent Browne's guests walked off the show last night
And the team finished the show with a well-worked joke.
# Winning Feeling
Jack O'Connor's All-Irelands: 'I did it back to front, like the wedding after the honeymoon!'
O’Connor yesterday collected an All-Ireland minor title to add to previous U21 and senior wins.
# Green and Gold
Kerry end 20-year wait for All-Ireland minor glory
Man of the Match Micheál Burns inspires Kingdom to first minor crown since 1994.
# Kingdom Trust
Jack on Eamonn Fitz - 'He was always a good thinker, he had leadership qualities'
Kerry’s minor boss is well aware what Kerry’s senior boss has to offer.
# too long
Jack O'Connor is desperate to end Kerry's minor football famine
The Kerry minor manager hopes his team have gotten their Croke Park nerves out of the system.
Kerry v Mayo, All-Ireland minor football semi-final
The young stars from Kerry and Mayo were first up in Croke Park today.
# Ready to go
Kildare and Kerry make minor changes ahead of All-Ireland MFC quarter-final
Liam Carey of Beaufort comes in at centre-forward in place of Brian Rayle.
# Mudslinging
Greyhound: Agency staff are doing a better job than striking workers
Not true says SIPTU, who also say the dispute is a lock out.
Cork v Kerry, Munster minor football final
Who’ll win today’s curtain-raiser in Páirc Uí Chaoimh? Join us as we follow all the action.
# Key to the Kingdom
'Páirc Uí Chaoimh is a very hard place for a Kerry team to win' - and Jack O'Connor should know
O’Connor promises that his Kerry minors will have “a right cut at it” when they take on Cork in the Munster football final.
# Power Of The Kingdom
Kerry cruise into Munster minor football final with 17-point win over Tipperary
Killian Spillane scored 0-10 for Jack O’Connor’s side tonight.
Private and public service workers must not be 'pitted against each other' - Jack O'Connor
The SIPTU president said that consumer confidence had to be increased to aid economic recovery.
# Power Of The Kingdom
Jack O'Connor sees Kerry minors get off to a flier with 15-point win over Clare
The sides clashed in tonight’s Munster minor football opener in Ennis.
# Croker Champs
Jack O'Connor includes 7 PS Chorca Dhuibhne Hogan Cup winners in Kerry minor team
Kerry face Clare on Wednesday night in Ennis.
# Making The Move
Former Kerry boss Jack O'Connor's sons transfer to Kildare outfit Moorefield
The pair have switched from South Kerry outfit St Michael’s-Foilmore.
# Jack O'Connor
SIPTU: 'Unity on the left could have prevented the bank guarantee'
The General President of the union has also called for more unity on the left to build a ‘New Republic’.
# Labour conference
8 things we've learned from the Labour Party's annual conference
There is still business to be conducted on Sunday, but here’s what we’ve learned about the state of the Labour Party this weekend.
# Banking
ACC branch network should be used for a state investment bank - O'Connor
The SIPTU leader claims that the move would grow business and protect jobs.
# Drivers
SIPTU will sanction Dublin Bus strike if voted for by drivers
The workers are to be ballotted on strike action next Tuesday and Wednesday.
# Budget 2014
SIPTU boss "reluctant to predict numbers" ahead of pre-Budget march
The demo, calling for “an end to austerity and an end to cuts” takes place from 1pm this afternoon on Dublin’s O’Connell Street.
# Budget 2014
Quinn on Budget 2014: 'We want to minimise the suffering as quickly as we can'
Ahead of this morning’s Cabinet meeting, Education Minister Ruairí Quinn has been speaking to reporters.
# Labour Party
SIPTU President says Labour are "battling at the gates of hell"
Jack O’Connor said that the left must be united, accusing their parties of a “poverty of ambition”.
# New Job
Jack O'Connor back in charge of Kerry... as minor football boss
The former senior manager will take up his role for the 2014 season.
# Austerity
SIPTU President claims austerity is leading to 'Americanisation of Europe'
Jack O’Connor tells the MacGill summer school that austerity is a “violence perpetrated against working people”.
# Croke Park 2a
SIPTU boss says temporary tax hikes to high earners could avoid public cuts
Jack O’Connor says he is becoming optimistic that there could yet be progress on a replacement to the Croke Park 2 deal.
# Public Pay
SIPTU president wants promissory note savings used to avoid public pay cuts
Jack O’Connor says using the €1 billion annual savings, and a higher tax rate on high earners, can avoid wide public strikes.
# Croke Park II
Ireland's largest union to decide on Croke Park II today
SIPTU is to vote on whether it will urge its members to accept or reject the latest Croke Park agreement.
# Not the News
Here is the week's news... skewed
Breaking via The Mire wire: SIPTU president wins Oscar; hopes rise of a politicians’ strike; Pope quits over Croke Park II; Lift chaos leads to primary care centre.
# Croke Park
Croke Park II: SIPTU national officers to take pay cuts
The cuts are in line with the Labour Relations Commission proposals that emerged from discussions on the Croke Park pay deal.
# New Role
Jack O'Connor back in management
The former Kerry boss is set to be involved at club level for the 2013 season.
# croke park talks
SIPTU: More than 'hot air and windy rhetoric' required for Croke Park agreement
In a strongly-worded statement, the trade union said that they were prepared to go to war with government.
# Budget 2013
SIPTU president urges Taoiseach to introduce pensions tax sooner
In a letter to Taoiseach Enda Kenny, Jack O’Connor says that introducing the 41 per cent rate on pensions over €60,000 sooner would obviate the need for certain cuts.