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# Movin' On Up

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Ronan Curtis strike keeps Portsmouth's promotion hopes alive
Portsmouth were held to a 1-1 draw by Oxford United at Fratton Park.
Eamon Ó Cuiv goes rogue to announce candidate for NI elections without party backing
The candidate, Councillor Sorcha McAnespy, was announced at an event in Tyrone tonight.
Dunnes Stores is officially Ireland's most popular supermarket
The store leapfrogged SuperValu as it was boosted by a promotional ‘shop and save’ campaign.
Conor McGregor has broken into the UFC's Pound-for-Pound list for the first time
The interim featherweight champion takes his place among the best in the game.
Why hasn't Dublin become a high-rise city?
With a huge deficit of rental properties, is it time to look up?
Got €8.6 million to spare? You could have this Park Avenue apartment
A steal at twice the price
Sligo earn comfortable three-goal victory over Bray
A first-half Paul O’Conor goal was added to by a sensational John Russell strike and a late Eric Odhiambo effort.
Brendan Rodgers close to new Liverpool deal
The manager also described British media reports linking him with Southampton midfielder Adam Lallana as “purely speculation”
Roscommon and Cavan set for Division 2 after clinching promotion with games to spare
Fermanagh and Wexford did their Division 3 survival hopes no harm with important wins this afternoon.
Xbox One and Surface tablet sales results helps Microsoft boost revenue
The company recorded $6.56 billion in net income during the last quarter, an 2.8 per cent increase from the same period last year.
Here's what the new Central Bank HQ will look like
Having been on Dame Street for nearly 40 years, the Central Bank is moving home. And here’s where to.
Snapshot: Roddy Collins and Athlone Town celebrate after sealing First Division title
Rod’s squad beat Waterford 1-0 in Lissywollen to clinch the title tonight.
Meet the new boss: Julie Sinnamon takes over as Enterprise Ireland CEO
She has an MBA in International Business from New York’s Fordham University, an executive qualification from Stanford and has held a number of senior roles at the organisation.
Moving up to Dublin: Expectation vs Reality
You’re a long way from Loughrea now.
Steady progress: Ireland rise two places in latest FIFA World Rankings
Meanwhile, England are now in fourth place, while Spain remain top of the list.
Paul Cook officially confirmed as Chesterfield manager
The former Sligo boss takes over from former Ireland midfielder John Sheridan.
PGA Championship: McIlroy's charge cut short by storms
Rory McIlroy and Vijah Singh share the overnight lead at Kiwah Island after round three was suspended due to thunderstorms.
Who will Ireland turn to if Kidney is given Lions job?
There are some top quality Irish coaches out there, we look at those who could take the hot seat
Ireland up one as FIFA release latest rankings
Victory over Wales in last month’s Carling Nations Cup is enough to move Ireland up to 34th.