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Hourihane expresses World Cup ambitions as he lifts the lid on frustration at Aston Villa
The Ireland midfielder has joined Swansea City on loan.
'Every single game he’s outstanding, very rarely does he do anything wrong'
Ireland midfielder Josh Cullen was influential in another vital win for Charlton Athletic on Saturday.
Madden dismisses 'ridiculous' doubts over Ireland prospects of 'top-notch' Whelan
Glenn Whelan’s team-mate at Fleetwood Town says the veteran midfielder will be up to the task in Bratislava.
Cork City bid farewell to another member of their double-winning side
Former City skipper Conor McCormack has moved on after spending three seasons with the Leesiders.
# Courts
The middle man: How another man's conviction led to confession by 'family friend' of Irene White
Irene White was killed in her home 14 years ago. One of her killers was jailed for life today.
Long-term Dundalk deal for SSE Airtricity League Player of the Year
Chris Shields has extended his stay with the Lilywhites, who he first joined ahead of the 2012 campaign.
'I think he'd be first to admit that he was a bit rusty': Friend expecting big impact from Bundee Aki
The Ireland centre is expected to make his first start since April after visiting New Zealand for a wedding.
# careers magazine
'Life is one big negotiation, after all': How I got my job as a world-class mediator
John Sturrock reckons his teenage job as a barman set him on the right path.
# kim john-un
Peace and Neutrality Alliance welcomes John Halligan's request to go to North Korea to spark peace talks
The Minister of State has said that the visit, if it’s approved, will not be a government one.
Former Connacht and Munster scrum-half Frank Murphy to ref his first Pro12 game
Murphy to take charge of Dragons v Edinburgh on Sunday.
'Every time I put on the jersey I'm living the dream, I'm like a child putting it on' - Fenton
The Dublin midfielder opens up on his remarkable rise, idolising Ciaran Whelan and the challenge of breaking down Westmeath.
(It's business) It's business time as Steve Walsh pulls out as referee of Wales-Ireland game
Wayne Barnes will be the man in the middle next weekend.
Navy Blue is the colour of choice for rugby agent Niall Woods
The former Ireland and Leinster wing now runs a growing agency, whose clients include Tomás O’Leary.
# Read Me
Interview: ‘We’re mourning a Republic we never had’ – Fintan O’Toole
Our system has made Irish people feel ashamed, the author and journalist tells ahead of a series of ‘state of the nation’ debates.