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# Next
Stevie McKenna looking to add to impressive debut KO as second fight is confirmed
The 22-year-old is the older brother of Aaron McKenna and, in his own right, one of the country’s best boxing prospects.
# Not Your Mam's Shop
These ‘mam shops’ are jam-packed with absolute gems
We’ve had a change of heart.
# Next
Children's Christmas hoodie recalled over choking and suffocation hazard
Anyone who has bought the jumper is entitled to a full refund.
Hank Azaria was pied by Friends execs when he auditioned (and then begged) for Joey's role
Yep, wasn’t happening.
# U19s
UCD will compete with Europe's elite football clubs this season
The Students have secured a place in the Uefa Youth League.
# Next
So what have Canada been up to since meeting Ireland in the Rugby World Cup?
Mark Anscombe’s squad are missing some big names, but their form has been impressive.
# happy girls
This kids' t-shirt has gotten Next in a lot of bother on Twitter
People were concerned that the slogan put out a negative message about mental illness.
# Grafton Street
It looks like Next are set to close their flagship Dublin store
The chain have been present on south Dublin’s main shopping stretch for over 20 years.
# hello sunshine
Not so hot: Why the big clothing chains are sweating over an Indian summer
Was that the magic word “discount” we just heard?
# www
Where is the world's first ever web page?
Scientists at the organisation that invented the World Wide Web aren’t even sure.
# dirty stuff
13 songs from the 90s that are smuttier than you remember
What a dirty, dirty decade.
# Referendum
So the Children's Referendum has passed - what happens next?
The Yes vote has been passed, but issues could remain around turnout, Saturday voting, and whether the result will be challenged.
# children's clothes
Penneys, M&S, Tesco and more sign up to code on children's clothes.
The guidelines lay out rules for underwear, swimwear and footwear, as well as slogans and fabrics.
# Sales
Black Monday? Hundreds queue up for St Stephen's Day sales
Thousands of people have descended on Ireland’s shopping hubs hoping to pick up bargains.
# Black Monday?
When do the post-Christmas sales start?
Many retailers have once more chosen to open their doors on St. Stephens Day. has a roundup of dates and times of the post-Christmas sales.
# Quitting Time
The CEO of Next offers €300,000 if you figure out how to leave the euro
Simon Wolfson, who is also in the House of Lords, offers a prize to anyone who comes up with a way to quit the currency.
# Children
Push to curb commercialisation and sexualisation of young children in the UK
Nine major retailers have signed up to new guidelines on the sale of inappropriate children’s clothing, including retailers which operate in Ireland.