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# Out with the old

Last year
Turkey officially changes name at United Nations
In addition to matching how the nation is spelled in Turkish, it will also distinguish the country from the bird of the same name.
All time
15-year-old Coco Gauff knocks defending champion Osaka out of Australian Open
The teen sensation won in straight sets to reach the last 16.
Rehab Group to drop its name and spend up to €40,000 on rebranding
“To put it simply, we are not in the business of ‘rehabilitation’. We are in the business of changing hearts and minds around disability.”
Government spending €1.5 million to store paper records each year
Storing paper files in off-site locations is costing over €1.5m every year.
WATCH: Donegal's defensive football is a thing of the past as the new guard step up
Rory Gallagher has overcome losing nine experienced players since last year, and this young Donegal team looks threatening.
"The suppository of all wisdom": Australia's gaffe-prone Tony Abbott - in his own words
The just-replaced prime minister has dropped quite a few clangers over the years.
Enda and Joan will 'promise to do just about anything' to improve their poll ratings
After lending the political limelight to Lucinda, the Government’s hoping to dominate the political news agenda this week…
RTÉ studios set for €3 million revamp as competition ramps up
The broadcaster has put out a public tender notice for the work to be carried out.
5 pressing questions for Leinster ahead of the new rugby season
Seanie’s back so everything’s going to be okay, right?
Mini makeover for TV3 with new documentary unit and evening show
Midweek and FYI have been dumped to make way for the new shows.
Joan Burton: 'It's always sad when Cabinet members have to go'
The Tánaiste said that the new faces in Cabinet will allow them to ‘work afresh’.
"Joan's Day": After months of doom and gloom Labour had something to smile about yesterday
The outcome was inevitable but the democratic process ensured Labour had its day in the sun in Dublin yesterday.
Ever heard of Ervia? That's what Bord Gáis Eireann is now called
However, customers will still deal with either Irish Water or Gas Networks Ireland.
So --- how do I get rid of my wilting, shedding Christmas Tree?
What to do with that poor haunted relic of yesteryear? Here’s where you can bring it…
Leinster and Connacht tight-lipped on captains for new season
The Pro12 league launch is taking place in Belfast on Tuesday and the club captains are usually decided by then.
Here's what's contained in the new 'Haddington Road' public pay deal
‘Croke Park’ is dead, long live ‘Haddington Road’.
Modern churches aren't up to scratch, says Vatican museum chief
The Vatican official said that modern churches are missing the beauty and functionality of older churches.
VIDEO: Irish Times to launch redesigned newspaper tomorrow
The new-look newspaper with its narrower pages and an overhauled design is the biggest single change to the paper in twelve years.
New England: Defending champions shake up Six Nations squad
Stuart Lancaster has named nine uncapped players in his 32 man squad to ‘start a new era’