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Last year
David Moyes rules out loan exit for Darren Randolph
Randolph had been linked with a move to Aston Villa.
All time
I am still contracted to my team: Savea responds to Toulon owner's scathing outburst
Mourad Boudjellal told Julian Savea he is not welcome at Toulon, but the ex-All Black promised to keep giving his all for the team.
Big boost for Ospreys as Jones agrees tailored contract with WRU
The Wales captain has committed his future to the region.
Neymar staying put at Barcelona, says teammate Pique in cryptic tweet
The player has been heavily linked with a record-breaking €222 million move to PSG.
Poll: Do you think Enda Kenny has far too much on his plate to be vacating his position?
The Taoiseach has appeared to row back on a commitment to put a timeline on his departure.
Munster head coach Erasmus moves to dismiss link with Springbok job
The Munster boss was previously the high performance director in South Africa.
Australian PM takes 'full responsibility' for disastrous election, but won't resign
Malcolm Turnbull also attacked opponents, accusing them of a dishonest scare campaign.
Mary Lou reckons Gerry and Martin are youthful and vigorous grandfather figures
She doesn’t think they’ll mind being described that way either.
There's now strong evidence pointing to a bomb on doomed Russian plane
The news comes as there were angry scenes at Sharm el-Sheikh airport as tourists remain grounded.
The UK may be wavering, but Irish people sure don't want to leave the EU
A new Red C poll shows that Ireland is very happy to remain a part of Europe.
Council meeting called off AGAIN as protester refuses to leave chamber
The People’s Convention are in a row with the council over posters. One member of the group wouldn’t leave this evening, and the meeting was cancelled.
Are meter installers 'pulling out of Dublin?' ... Here's what Irish Water told us in today's newsroom Q&A
The company’s head of communications Elizabeth Arnett came in to answer questions on everything from burst pipes to meter protests. Here’s what happened…