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This year
US team meets Irish diplomats as part of bid to restart engagement with Russia on nuclear deal
The Department of Foreign Affairs confirmed that the meeting took place on Tuesday in Dublin.
US says Russia is not complying with last remaining nuclear treaty
Moscow announced in early August that it was suspending US inspections of its military sites, which were part of the New START treaty.
Last year
Irishman Graham Coughlan appointed as Newport's new manager
The 47-year-old replaces James Rowberry.
All time
Reid happy with Forest win but 'can’t get away from sad week' after Hughton dismissal
The former Republic of Ireland international took over when Hughton was sacked on Thursday.
Ex-Tottenham star impresses while making first senior appearance in over a year
Watford manager Xisco Munoz has praised Danny Rose for his work ethic after the left-back made his debut.
Doireann Garrihy's new 2FM co-hosts are Donncha O’Callaghan and Carl Mullan
The new line-up has been announced two months after Eoghan McDermott’s departure from the station.
Ireland striker Hogan leaves Aston Villa for four-year deal at Birmingham City
The 28-year-old had an unhappy spell at Villa Park following his 2017 move from Brentford.
Sunderland sign Irish international Aiden O'Brien on two-year-deal
The striker-cum-winger has scored one goal in his four international appearances for Ireland.
It’s time for Farrell to give youth its fling
While there is no need for panic, the Ireland coach does need to make changes and be brave.
Ireland U20s seeking right attitude as they launch defence of their title
Noel McNamara’s youngsters kick their campaign off against Scotland in Cork tonight.
9 All-Ireland winners to start for Dublin Ladies in league opener against 2017 finalists Donegal
The starting teams have been named for all the first round Division 1 fixtures this weekend.
Former Leinster winning Dublin footballers part of new management for Kilmacud Crokes
Johnny Magee has been appointed as joint manager of the club while Paul Griffin will be one of the team selectors.
Man United's Marouane Fellaini reportedly edging close to a move
Fellaini could be about to take on a new challenge in Turkey.
Sean Tobin returns to the Limerick hurlers for John Kiely's first outing as the new manager
John Fitzgibbon, Seamus Hickey and Sean Tobin are all named to start in Limerick’s first competitive outing of the new year.
Poll: Are you going 'on the dry' this January?
Had enough of the Christmas festivities? Are you giving up the booze this month?
Nine months in, UTV Ireland launches 'new look' to connect with their audience
The new on-screen branding shows people such as farmers, tattoo artists and designers with the newly evolved strapline “YOU TV”.
'It was a jolly up for me" - Harrington talks Ryder Cup, renewed confidence and his mental game
The golfer believes his prolonged spell in the doldrums will end in 2015.
Here's the right way to set a New Year's Resolution
Most of us set goals once the new year arrives, but such aspirations disappear once we get to February. So what do you do?
Former Leinster outhalf looking to check Munster’s momentum in Italy
Mat Berquist lasted two games at Leinster and is rebuilding his career with Benetton Treviso.
League debut awaits as Jonathan Sexton named outhalf for Racing Metro
The former Leinster man is joined by Dan Lydiate in the starting XV.
Big 6 Nations game against Wales for Irish lads dropped on Lions Tour - Jonny Sexton
The Ireland outhalf has also targeted another Lions series win, against New Zealand, in 2017.
Twigg marks Portadown debut with winner
Gary Twigg scored the only goal in Portadown’s 1-0 win against Donegal Celtic on Saturday.
Ireland team named: McClean, McGeady and McCarthy in youthful midfield
Keiren Westwood takes up the goalkeeping duties while John O’Shea will lead the side against the Serbians.
Fisher seals maiden European Tour win with success at the Czech Open
Oliver Fisher put a miserable eight months behind him to grab victory at the Czech Open on Sunday.