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# Your Say
Poll: Would you leave money to a charity in your will?
A Dublin woman left €500k to an animal welfare charity in her will, which will be split between two Limerick charities. Will you be leaving money to charity in your will?
# legacy
Ecclestone: Michael Schumacher should not have returned to F1
Well, it’s all very well saying it now, isn’t it Bernie?
# Pension
Fianna Fáil to publish legislation to reduce bankers' pensions
The full details of the bill on senior banking executives’ pensions will be given by the party’s spokesperson on Finance, Michael McGrath, tomorrow.
# Vicious cycle
What next for Armstrong after devastating report?
The one-time cycling legend faces an uncertain future after the damning report from USADA this week.
# Your Say
Poll: Have you written a will?
Research shows just 34 percent of adults in Ireland have a will. So we ask: Have you made a will?
# legacy
VIDEO: Cody brushes off talk of dominance
With the addition of Galway and the rise of Dublin, the Leinster Championship at its strongest for a number of years. Yet Cody’s Cats remain king.
# hiberno-english
13 words you'll never hear outside of Ireland...
…unless they are being spoken by an Irish ex-pat, of course.
# Best Laid Plans
Planning for Olympics 2012 a 'blueprint' for future hosts
Hwever, British Prime Minister David Cameron warned that “the drive to embed and secure the benefits of London 2012 is still to come”.
Column: Romantic Ireland's dead and gone
In his weekly column, David Kenny reflects on his great-grandfather who gave hugely of himself for Ireland’s sake – and the modern grasping greedyguts who give nothing – but take everything.