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Wednesday 6 December 2023 Dublin: 8°C

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Last year
Central Bank warns younger generations may face lower standard of living at retirement
Demographic changes have led to a build-up in wealth among older generations, and a decline in rates of return.
All time
Ryanair has blamed Serbian officials for the 'forced cancellation' of a new route
The Irish airline said it was refused permission to operate a new Frankfurt Hahn-Niš service.
Kompany suffers shock home loss in first league game as Anderlecht player-manager
Oostende inflicted a first competitive defeat for the former Manchester City captain at Lotto Park.
TV slot clash means Ireland Women will play at 5pm on a Friday
The IRFU says a Sunday kick-off was not viable due to a possible four-day turnaround between games.
UK government audit tells businesses they've run out of time to prepare for no-deal Brexit
In Ireland, the government has taken steps to try to ensure businesses are Brexit ready.
Driver who said sat nav directed him down Dublin's Grafton Street had expired NCT and no L plates
The car was impounded, and taken away by gardaí.
58,000 pregnancy tests recalled in the UK after some produce false positive results
No products in Ireland are affected by the recall, the HPRA said.
Two gardaí injured in Limerick after horse tramples car
One of the gardaí suffered a broken arm, the GRA said.
Australian woman was trying to feed sharks when one bit her finger and pulled her into water
The terrifying ordeal was caught on video.
Did you enjoy the sun? It's going to rain heavily and be a lot cooler this week
It couldn’t last, could it?
Villarreal suspend Semedo after attempted murder allegation
Ruben Semedo, who was remanded in custody on Thursday by a court in Lliria, has been suspended without pay by Villarreal.
Further off-field disruption for Munster as another coach set for South Africa move
Head of athletic performance Aled Walters has been linked with a move to join the SARU under Rassie Erasmus.
150 skiers spent Christmas Eve trapped on lifts in the French Alps
They were all rescued in time for Christmas Day.
Dublin ranks 5th last on list of best cities in the world to emigrate to
Only Riyadh, Paris, Jeddah and Lagos ranked lower than Dublin.
Erratic start to FedEx Cup play-offs for McIlroy as he posts opening round of 73
The world number four is well off the pace at the Northern Trust Open.
Late Messi penalty saves Barca embarrassment following another disappointing display
The late goal salvaged a Barcelona win over Leganes on Sunday despite the Catalans producing a terrible display.