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# Links

This year
'I love my job' says Ulster's McFarland amid links to Leicester job
Meanwhile, Iain Henderson was injured just days before Ireland’s Six Nations squad is named.
Last year
Kane insists he's fully focused on Spurs despite interest from 'top, top club' Bayern
The German giants are reportedly interested in bringing the England captain to the Bundesliga.
'He's definitely an x-factor player' - Munster linked with Fekitoa
The former All Black centre was discussed on today’s episode of The42 Rugby Weekly Extra.
All time
Mauricio Pochettino unwilling to discuss Manchester United job
PSG’s former Tottenham boss is considered a potential candidate for the new vacancy at Old Trafford.
Marmion 'knows we don’t want him to leave' but it's his decision, says Andy Friend
‘Every man makes his own decisions. At the end of the day he will make a call.’
Gaelic football fuelling Northern Ireland's Netball World Cup bid across the water
Half of the 12-strong squad captained by Armagh star Caroline O’Hanlon have played for their respective counties at the top level.
Frustrated Tottenham block questions to Pochettino about Man Utd job
The club’s head of communications shut down a reporter’s attempt to ask the Spurs boss about the vacancy.
English Premiership side Sale Sharks set to sign Jackson and Olding
The UK-based Daily Telegraph was first to report the news last night.
Poll: Should Americans be worried about Trump's links to Russia?
The US intelligence community is investigating allegations of Russian interference in the election and possible Russia-Trump connections.
'A complete and total fabrication': Russia denies collecting compromising information on Trump
A 35-page unverified dossier regarding the claims has been published by Buzzfeed News.
Canadian shot dead after detonating explosive had links to global terrorism network
Aaron Driver (24) was killed on Wednesday during a police raid outside to home he was staying in.
People are confused over Google changing its links from blue to black
It’s part of its regular design tests to see what its users respond to better.
This is how you can change default apps on Android
Sometimes you might want to open up a different app the next time you choose a link.
Here's how to check where that short link leads to
Because you shouldn’t click every link you come across.
Whatever happened to the plans to link Dublin Airport and Dublin city?
It’s a bus or a taxi for you. But why?
Luas Cross City line could be extended into the north of Dublin
This comes as part of a number of proposals by the NTA on creating better connections throughout the north of the city.
Google now has a form for those who want to be 'forgotten'
If follows a European Court of Justice ruling that individuals have the right to have links to information about them deleted from searches
Bitcoin exchanges investigated over possible Silk Road connections
The FBI has issued subpoenas to a number of bitcoin exchanges as it continues its investigations into the site.
Surprises in hunt for environmental links to breast cancer
A new study of 1,200 school girls has given clues about the possible origins of the disease.
NSA 'tapped into links to Google, Yahoo data centres'
The latest reports show that a programme intercepted data flows – and it was operated jointly with the NSA’s British counterpart.
Did you miss the Prime Time creche expose? Here's what happened
With RTÉ not making the programme available to view again, presents an in-depth recap of the programme for those who missed it.
This is the week's news... skewed
Breaking via The Mire wire: Tinfoil hats to protect against interweb; abortion floodgates ‘like Guinness at The Gathering’; James Reilly a mystery to the Troika.
Newspaper licensing body issues statement on "paying for links"
Newspaper Licensing Ireland has issued a 64-word statement on its position on paying for links following much discussion online.
Oireachtas to question newspapers over 'paying for linking'
Labour TD Seán Kenny is asking the National Newspapers of Ireland (NNI) to appear before an Oireachtas committee to explain its stance on linking.
Phil Mickelson signs up as late entry for Scottish Open before major challenge
After missing the cut at the weekend, the three-time Masters winner is heading for Scotland to get some links practice in.
Hoey remains the man to beat in Scotland
Another good day on the golf course has the 32-year-old in the joint overnight lead at the Alfred Dunhill Championships.