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Ireland WNT to continue wearing white shorts after collective decision
A host of women’s teams have moved away from wearing white shorts to alleviate period concerns.
Ireland to continue wearing white shorts after collective decision
A host of women’s teams have moved away from wearing white shorts to alleviate period concerns.
All time
AC Milan stay top of Serie A despite 3-0 defeat but lead on Inter reduced to two points
Stefano Pioli’s side lost out to Atalanta.
Premier League to stay with three substitutions as 10 clubs oppose increase
Advocates of allowing five substitutes believe it is vital for player welfare.
Ryder Cup organisers say competition will go ahead in September as planned
A report this morning claimed the competition would be postponed to next year.
Fine Gael 'preparing to go into opposition' following marathon parliamentary party meeting
The party held its first parliamentary party meeting since the election today.
Uefa confirm Europa League final will go ahead despite Manchester attacks
Manchester United are due to play Ajax in Stockholm on Wednesday.
As you were: Erasmus happy to stick with same coaching team for next season
Jerry Flannery, Felix Jones and Jacques Nienaber are all set to stay put.
'Fianna Fáil act as though they were formed in 2011'
Aodhán Ó Ríordáin is not impressed with the Soldiers of Destiny.
Here's how the Catholic Church in Britain has responded to same-sex marriage
The first same-sex marriages in England, Wales and Scotland took place last year. So how has the Church stance changed on civil marriages?
Disappointment at "unusual" news that rent supplement limits won't be increased
The Department of Social Protection said that increasing them could lead to rental inflation.
Here's how social welfare will look after today
If you have kids or live alone, it’s some good news.
Nine Irish restaurants keep their Michelin stars but no new names on the list
We also have 12 restaurants listed for the Michelin Bib Gourmand Awards.
Luis Suarez biting ban appeal rejected
However, the player will be able to train with his new Barca team-mates.
Kilkenny and Waterford unchanged for All-Ireland MHC semi-final
There’ll be lots of familiar faces on display this Sunday.
Tipperary hurlers and footballers both stick with same XV for upcoming clashes
The sides meet Dublin and Galway respectively this weekend.
Tara Street fire station will not be renamed after Willie Bermingham after all
Dublin City councillors had voted in favour of the name change, but the council’s own rules prohibit a fire station from being renamed after someone.
Connacht unchanged ahead of visit to Dragons
Pat Lam has stuck with the same XV that beat Treviso.
Dublin councillors vote for East Link toll to stay in place
The charge could have been lifted from the end of next year, when the bridge transfers back into the council’s ownership.
Ireland remain 67th in latest FIFA World Rankings
World champions Spain are top, although many of their potential challengers in 2014 have gained ground.
Tolls could be lifted at the East Link, but council bosses say they should stay
The bridge reverts to Dublin City Council ownership at the end of next year, but the city could lose out on €4 million in annual revenue if the toll is lifted.
Fiona Doyle unlikely to benefit following reports of Efimova doping positive
The Irish swimmer finished second to Russia’s Yulia Efimova athlete at the World University Games last summer.