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Wednesday 4 October 2023 Dublin: 16°C

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Munster left to lament missed chances against Leinster
Munster successfully knocked the champions out of their rhythm, but were unable to capitalise.
This night at Anfield will be one that Liverpool players will always look back on with the worst kind of regret
For so much of this clash, despite their clear superiority, Jurgen Klopp’s players seemed to be infiltrated by an anger at the way in which their opponents set out to frustrate them.
PODCAST: 'I lost two sons to suicide - I want people to know it's okay to have problems'
Karen Docherty is calling for stronger support systems to be put in place for families affected by suicide.
PODCAST: 'My son was killed by a drunk driver - I had to fight for some semblance of justice'
Both Brendan Donnelly and his friend Lee Salkeld were killed instantly when a drunk driver ploughed into their car.
PODCAST: 'Irene didn't have to die and now she's part of this scandal'
Stephen Teap said he went public with his story this year so he can tell his boys when they grow up that he did everything he could.
Neville on Man Utd: They're inconsistent from half to half - Mourinho must be scratching his head
United are now seven points off the top four.
Aer Lingus apologise as Leinster fans are affected by capacity issue on Champions Cup final flight
The problem was caused by disruption at Dublin Airport yesterday, according to the airline.
Trumpets, tiaras, and trainspotting notebooks - a journey through Irish Rail's lost and found
Connolly Station in Dublin deals with a truly heroic amount of lost and found items on a daily basis.
Limerick removal delayed as Aer Lingus flight arrived without the body
The coffin of Mary O’Brien wasn’t put on a flight from Heathrow due to “operational reasons”.
A toilet and cistern, an urn with ashes and a puppy - Here are some of the things that go missing at Dublin Airport
With about 80,000 passengers passing through the airport every day, it’s no surprise that a fair number of items go missing.
Mother's plea to thieves who stole her baby boy's ashes but left the box storing them
The ashes in a sealed bag were gone.
Haunting: Step inside this long abandoned Irish cottage
The latest abandoned discovery by Donal Moloney is as chilling as today’s weather.