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# moving on up

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2022
# moving on up
Ireland climb to new high in latest Fifa women's world rankings
Vera Pauw’s squad have moved up two places to 24th position, and will be in pot three for the World Cup draw later this month.
# moving on up
M People founder says band are ‘livid’ their song was used by Liz Truss at Tory conference
The British Prime Minister entered to the track’s famous chorus ‘Cause I’m movin’ on up, you’re movin’ on out’.
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Arsenal overcome Aubameyang saga with win over West Ham to climb into top four
Emile Smith Rowe and Gabriel Martinelli were both on target in a 2-0 victory.
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Dominant Barcelona see off Sevilla to move up to second in La Liga
Ousmane Dembele fired Barca ahead in the first half before Lionel Messi wrapped up the victory.
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'I haven’t really made a good run here on a Sunday before, it’s about time' - McIlroy eyes strong Masters finish
The 31-year-old opened with a disappointing 75, but followed up his 66 on day two with a 67 to reach eight under.
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Coronavirus: Three counties are moving to Level 4 - here's what that means
Donegal, Monaghan and Cavan moving to Level 4 from midnight tomorrow.
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Derry come from behind at UCD to move into European spots
Declan Devine’s side leapfrog Bohs into third after a hard-fought win in Belfield.
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Promotion to Division 1 'massive' for Meath, says two-time All-Ireland winning Royal
Trevor Giles can see a renewed sense of positivity in his home county.
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Westmeath secure promotion and book Division 3 final berth with late draw against Louth
Jack Cooney’s side scored four of the game’s final six points to complete the comeback.
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'We always have family staying': 5 homeowners tell us why they upgraded to a bigger place
Here’s why these buyers got moving (again).
# new bhoy
Damien Duff set to take coaching role with Celtic reserves
The former Ireland international will take up the position on a full-time basis.
# moving on up
Darren Till officially switches focus to UFC's middleweight division
While he didn’t rule out a return to welterweight one day, Till looks set to mix it with the best in the 185lbs division.
# Mixed Fortunes
Ireland rise two places in latest Fifa rankings, Germany fall dramatically
In the first rankings since Russia 2018, newly crowned world champions France have risen six places to first.
# moving on up
Towell 'would love' to extend loan from Brighton following Wembley success
With the help of the former Dundalk star, Rotherham United secured promotion to the Championship.
# moving on up
Cavani and Neymar on target as PSG go nine points clear in Ligue 1
Meanwhile, Kylian Mbappe was whistled throughout by the home fans.
# moving on up
Simon Coveney thinks Ireland should go high-rise 'in the right places'
“Obviously we don’t want to be building skyscrapers in Georgian Dublin.”
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Ronaldo moves into top 10 international goalscorers with this effort against Sweden
The Real Madrid forward struck his 69th and 70th goals for his country in their comfortable 3-0 victory over Hungary last week
# ascott
Temple Bar Hotel bought by Singapore company in €55m deal
The property is on Fleet Street.
# moving on up
"I felt like I had a mountain to climb": How these young Dubliners got back to work
The Career LEAP initiative sees young people receive training and work placements to boost their career prospects.
# to the passport office
Loads of Americans are talking about moving to Ireland after the election result
All aboard.
# moving on up
Ireland return to world's top five for first time since Argentina World Cup loss
Joe Schmidt’s side move up one spot on the back of their historic win against New Zealand.
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Former Ireland defence coach Ford handed top job at French giants Toulon
Diego Dominguez has been sacked after recording four wins, three defeats and a draw in their opening eight Top 14 games.
# final 12
O'Connor stars as Mayo cruise past Kildare
An outstanding attacking spell just before half-time saw Stephen Rochford’s side establish a match-winning lead.
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Ireland up two places in Fifa world rankings while Wales overtake England
Martin O’Neill’s side are in 31st, three places behind Northern Ireland.
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Rovers lose pace in the title race as Wexford pick up valuable points
Wexford climb up to ninth with 2-0 win over the Hoops.
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Joy for Dubliner McCann as Wigan seal promotion with emphatic win
Meanwhile, Cork-born goalkeeper and club captain Colin Doyle completed 90 minutes for Blackpool.
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'I would beat Robbie... That's probably the leading option' - McGregor keen on 170lbs title next
McGregor is “up for” fighting Robbie Lawler at UFC 200.
# burns unit
12 things everyone with a stinking ex will understand
MOVING ON UP!
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Donald 'Cowboy' Cerrone moves to welterweight for UFC headliner
After his defeat to Rafael dos Anjos, it makes the prospect of an eventual meeting with Conor McGregor even less likely.
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Beating Germany has given Ireland a huge boost in the latest Fifa rankings
42nd is Ireland’s highest ranking in more than two-and-a-half years.
# moving on up
What does the Selfridges takeover mean for the future of Arnotts?
Retail experts say the development is great news for the department store – and for Dublin in general.
# Fast Eddie
After beating South Africa, Japan coach Eddie Jones is heading there for a new job
Eddie Jones has been snapped up by the Stormers.
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The Group D table is looking a whole lot better for Ireland tonight
Ireland move ahead of Scotland into third place after Friday evening’s games.
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Shane Lowry back in world top 50, as Tiger falls again to worst ever ranking
Lowry has won a PGA Tour card for the rest of the season.
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5 goals and 2 red cards as Hoops close the gap with comfortable win
Shamrock Rovers remain unbeaten this season after getting the better of Derry City at Tallaght Stadium.
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Armagh and Fermanagh keep up promotion bid as Tipperary win seven-goal thriller
In Division 4, it’s Longford and Offaly who continue to lead the way.
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Getting a lift: 400 jobs on the way at forklift company
Forklift company Combilift is pumping €40 million into a new plant on the Monaghan bypass.
# Development
Why the founder of Hailo is betting on drones and robotics
Jay Bregman left his role as co-CEO of Hailo to start focusing on robotics and drones
# Centre of attention
One World Trade Centre's first tenants are moving in today
Publishing giant Conde Nast will move 170 staff into “America’s most secure office” today.
# moving on up
Ireland climb FIFA rankings following Oman, Georgia wins
Germany, Argentina, Colombia, the Netherlands and Belgium make up world football’s top five this month.