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Saturday 30 September 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# Leaving on a jet plane

Last year
Clonmel's Munster club football man-of-the-match star moving to USA for work
Jason Lonergan starred with 0-6 in last night’s win over Cork champions Nemo Rangers.
Chiellini announces move to Los Angeles FC after Juve and Italy farewells
The move of the 37-year-old was widely expected.
All time
Simon Coveney is travelling to China this weekend - and so are three other European foreign ministers
Coveney last visited China in 2018.
It's not all holidays, so who's getting on the flights out of Dublin Airport?
Dublin Airport is far from what’s normal for the first day of July.
Cork will be without first-choice goalkeeper for 2020 campaign
Mark White will not be involved as he is heading to America next year.
‘My family are flying out from Cavan to Armenia for the semi-final. The sky's the limit’
Oisin McEntee looks ahead to Ireland’s U19 European Championships semi-final against Portugal.
'I think the ruling on it is a complete and utter disaster' - Loss of players to USA hits Longford hard
Manager Padraic Davis must plan without four of his squad for the championship.
Wayne Rooney completes move to MLS side DC United
The former Manchester United and England star has signed a three-and-half-year deal with the club.
Westmeath dealt massive blow as key defender set to head to America for the summer
James Dolan is going to Boston ahead of Westmeath’s crunch Leinster tie against Laois.
'The fairytale ending. Not that she's ending but it's great for her to go on a high'
It was the perfect parting gift for Cora Staunton as she captained Carnacon to their sixth All-Ireland senior title yesterday.
Taoiseach's spend on travel up, but he says it's because the government jet is out of use
More than , €295,412.59 has been spent by the Taoiseach’s department this year.
Pat Hickey is getting his Irish passport back and is allowed to leave Brazil
Hickey has been detained in Brazil since August.
Tipperary senior football captain to miss next season as he is moving to Dubai
Peter Acheson has been a key player for the Premier in 2016.
GAA players heading to USA - 'I would never try and persuade a fella from going'
Roscommon coach Liam McHale can understand why Conor Daly is one of the latest to depart.
Armagh set for life without star forward as Clarke is Stateside bound
The attacker is set to depart after Crossmaglen’s All-Ireland club campaign concludes.
Donegal's Allstar goalkeeper set for move to Qatar putting inter county future in doubt
Paul Durcan has been a key member of the Donegal side.
Rain got you feeling tempted to go on holidays? Here are 6 tips for booking a last-minute trip
“We’re all going on a summer holiday…”
Photos: The world's largest jet is at Shannon Airport right now
The 6-engined jet with 32 wheels is travelling from America to France.
Column: An anatomy of one family’s emigration
A generation on, we’re still scattered across the US, England and Australia.
Vlog: Leaving it all behind... one emigrant's story of saying goodbye to Ireland
Young graduate Oisin Gregorian is making a video diary of his experience of leaving Ireland for Spain.
Ryanair's No. 2 is stepping down, but they've got a replacement already lined up
Current finance director Neil Sorahan is taking over from Howard Millar.
The President is off to the UK later today and here's what he'll be getting up to
Michael D Higgins begins a historic State visit tomorrow but departs for the UK later today.
Wave goodbye to Aer Arann and say hello to Stobart Air
Stobart Group acquired a shareholding in Aer Arann in 2010 following the airline’s examinership, and is the airline’s largest shareholder.
Here are the winners and losers from the Paddy's Day ministerial exodus
Over two-dozen ministers will be leaving our shores next month, but who did well out of the annual divvy-up?
Snapshot: Jonny Sexton goes all Catch Me If You Can on his way back to Racing
Two little mice fell into a bucket of cream…
'There are better opportunities abroad' - young Labour councillor emigrates
Stephen Fitzpatrick, who served as Eamon Gilmore’s assistant, has resigned from his position on Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council to move to New Zealand.