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# Lifeline

This year
London Irish look set to be given short deadline extension for takeover attempt
They have been in grave danger of becoming the third club after Wasps and Worcester to depart the Premiership this season.
All time
Facebook refers Donald Trump ban to its 'supreme court' to rule on whether suspension should stand
Trump was suspended after his supporters stormed the US Capitol on 6 January.
Bury given lifeline as EFL grants extension for takeover of League One club
The EFL has given Bury until 5pm local time on Tuesday to push through a takeover of the struggling club.
'It was surreal. I could have hugged the doctor, but managed to restrain myself'
David Harte was told he wouldn’t play at Ireland’s first World Cup in 28 years, but he has managed to get back to full fitness to captain the Green Machine in India.
Stephen Ireland close to move to Scottish side Aberdeen - reports
The 32-year-old left Stoke City at the end of last season.
Changing of the guard makes Champions Cup a vital pillar for Ulster's rebuild
Some cherished figures won’t be around for Ulster next season, but today’s win brings reasons to get excited about the year ahead.
The Dutch pick up a much-needed win but World Cup qualification still looks a long shot
Brighton’s Davy Propper scored twice in a 3-1 victory over Bulgaria.
Jaguars 'absolutely' open to signing Colin Kaepernick, according to club owner
The controversial quarter-back remains unsigned by an NFL team with the regular season just two weeks away.
Stoke hand Stephen Ireland six-month deal as he continues comeback from broken leg
The Cork native has been out of action since April 2016 but the Potters will continue to support his recovery.
There's a scheme to save struggling Irish companies from going under, but it's never been used. Here’s why
The insolvency process was to help smaller firms struggling under unsustainable debts.
'We can prevent the death of Gaelic Football but it won't be easy' - Jarlath Burns
The former Armagh player is in a position to make changes.
How Rory McIlroy is using his fame and fortune to restore the Irish Open's glory days
We spoke to the tournament’s director about its revival ahead the event’s return to Royal County Down.
'Cult hero' Paul McShane may have saved his Hull career with Saturday's display
Tigers boss Steve Bruce said the Ireland international put in a ‘wonderful performance’ in the draw with Manchester City.
Some dodgy goalkeeping helps Danny Welbeck give Arsenal the lead
The ex-Man United striker has come good in the time of need for the Gunners.
Former Barcelona goalkeeper Valdes to train with Man United
The free agent will be given the opportunity to complete his injury rehabilitation at Old Trafford
Opinion: Euro 2020 news a much-needed boost for Irish soccer
The sense of disillusionment with the national team remains, but this latest development is a step in the right direction.
Additional tickets for McGregor's UFC Fight Night Dublin on sale tomorrow
Warm up your laptop for tomorrow morning’s rush.
Irish students stranded in Dubai offered free flights home by crisp company
The girls have to sing for their supper first though.
800,000 calls to Childline in 2012 - but 34 per cent unanswered
The ISPCC said that the issues of child abuse and welfare are still a serious concern in Ireland, with almost 14 per cent of contacts relating to these.
Hearts get reprieve after agreeing tax deal
Edinburgh club have been given a lifeline until Friday.
Column: Who regulates the ambulance services? You may be surprised…
If you own a dog or even a television you need a license. The same is not true for the ambulance service, writes David Hall.
Defence Forces strongly refute 'organ transfer blunder' reports
“The media report of them “scaling a fence” is fanciful in the extreme,” it said in the statement.