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Finn Harps stadium project receives funding boost of almost €4m
The project is the latest beneficiary of the Large Scale Sport Infrastructure Fund.
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Louth GAA granted planning permission for new stadium
Any potential ground share with Dundalk FC looks remote.
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'It's an atmosphere of sporting excellence, not just rugby'
Moving into a new high performance centre has made the balance of rugby and college more enjoyable for members of the Ireland Women’s Sevens team.
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Kawhi's Clippers upstage Warriors in Chase Center bow, Giannis and Bucks down Rockets
The Warriors lost 141-122 in their first game away from Oracle Arena.
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'I'm not here as a retirement project, I'm here to sharpen the tools': Keane on the ambition that took him to Connacht
The outgoing Chiefs attack coach used the Super Rugby down weeks to fly north and help Connacht prepare for the new season.
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Melania and Barron Trump finally swap New York penthouse for the White House
The Trump’s living arrangements were criticised due to the high cost of security at their New York address.
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Massive new Garda headquarters set for Galway
Building of the new facility is expected to take two years to build.
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Jürgen Klopp is house-hunting in Liverpool and he's found a familiar landlord to rent from
The German took charge of his first training session this afternoon.
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This new NFL stadium is unlike anything we have ever seen
Big plans to bring the NFL back to Los Angeles.
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Sinn Féin's new Dublin mayor WILL live in the Mansion House
Críona Ní Dhálaigh moves in next week.
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Path clear for Tottenham to begin work on new stadium after winning High Court battle
Spurs have been given permission to buy the remaining land for their £400 million development.
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The €13 million redevelopment of Derry City's Brandywell home will start in May
Plans had been in place as far back as 2006.
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Enda Kenny praises Facebook for connecting Eskimos
The Taoiseach thinks the social media giant is “extraordinary”.
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Final part of Mater's €284m redevelopment move underway
The hospital will soon be a fully world class experience for patients, the hospital’s CEO has said.
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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.
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Ulster's Craig Gilroy gives us a tour around the revamped Ravenhill
The winger was the first player get get a look at the ground since its €17m development.