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Saturday 23 September 2023 Dublin: 14°C

# Phew

This year
Connacht overcome second-half scare to win 13-try thriller with Zebre
An early Dylan Tierney-Martin hat-trick felt like a distant memory as the dust settled on Connacht’s 57-34 success.
Missing radioactive capsule found in Australia
Mining giant Rio Tinto apologised for losing the capsule.
Last year
'I couldn't tell John to be honest' - Gillane's frisbee injury fright before All-Ireland final
Limerick’s star forward suffered a minor knee injury before the Kilkenny but his fitness for the game was never in doubt.
Schauffele survives stressful final round to secure third successive win at Scottish Open
The Olympic champion fell back to one behind American Kurt Kitayama heading into the back nine on the last day.
All time
Three goals in final nine minutes rescues Manchester City from shock FA Cup exit
Phil Foden, Gabriel Jesus and Ferran Torres were on target against League Two side Cheltenham.
Taylor-Persoon undisputed showdown still on despite Miller's failed drug test
The Anthony Joshua-headlined Madison Square Garden event will go ahead with or without Jarrell Miller.
Palace win a 'massive relief' for Liverpool boss Klopp
The Reds were forced to come from behind to prevail in Saturday’s seven-goal thriller.
'Our dressing-room is quiet in there' - Cody and Kilkenny relieved to escape Leinster opener with win
Kiklenny rallied to defeat Dublin with a dramatic injury-time goal in their Leinster SHC Round 1 clash.
Man doesn't say 'f*** you' to Paddington in advert
Some who watched the Marks and Spencer Christmas ad were convinced the little bear was sworn at.
Drake Bell is now OK with the fact that he wasn't invited to Josh Peck's wedding
You may be able to salvage some part of your childhood from this.
'I was having flashbacks to 1992 when Clare last beat Kerry'
After receiving his marching orders in the first half against the Banner, Kingdom wing-forward Donnchadh Walsh was particularly relieved to see his team-mates get over the line.
Theo Walcott's 100th Arsenal goal ends non-league Sutton's FA Cup dreams
Lucas Perez opened the scoring for Arsene Wenger’s side as they avoided an upset.
Australia softens its tax on backpackers after outcry from farmers
A campaign by farmers and the tourism industry had an impact.
Anna Faris has completely shut down the rumours that Chris Pratt cheated on her
She said the rumours have been “blindsiding” to them both.
UFC confirm that McGregor vs. Aldo will go ahead as planned
However, there’s a replacement opponent on standby just in case.
The out-of-control Russian spacecraft disintegrated before it reached Earth
It entered the atmosphere over part of the Pacific Ocean.
US avoids West Wing-style shutdown as House passes $1.1 trillion spending bill
The late night vote followed a long day of arm-twisting by the White House as dozens of Democrats revolted over parts of the bill.
Martinez insists Darron Gibson's latest injury is nothing to worry about
We may not need to deploy Paul Green in the engine room after all.
All is well with the world: Twink has been reunited with her dog
A man has been arrested in relation to the dog-napping.
More staff shown the door at Microsoft, though Irish workers should be safe
Latest layoffs the next round of company’s 18,000 job cuts.
Someone in England has been flushing piranhas down the toilet
Local residents had reported that something smelt fishy. No really, they did.
You can detect almost a trillion more smells than previously thought
The misconception that humans can only smell 10,000 different odours was based on research from the 1920′s.
Another shutdown averted as US lawmakers announce two-year budget deal
President Barack Obama hailed the agreement as a sign of rare bipartisan cooperation.
Solid proof that Superquinn sausages aren't going anywhere
God bless us, everyone.
Some very happy people got One Direction tickets this morning
Are we all OK out there?
It's back! Google Maps now available on iPhone
Just in time for Christmas…
'All is well with the world again': K-Stew and R-Patz get back together
Pathetic, pfff and idiot were some other words used by Twihards on hearing the news of Robert’s forgiving nature this morning.
Soldado comes to world champions' rescue
Spain set off on the road to Brazil with a late, late win in Tblisi.
Relief as Given gets the all-clear for Euro 2012
Goalkeeper tells his Twitter followers he’ll be back training next week.
VIDEO: Phew, that was a close one...
I can’t look!: Driver on motorway can do little but wait for a massive truck to hit him… But he’s okay.
Safe: Moody's says it will maintain France's AAA rating
It follows Standard & Poor’s downgrade of France and others on Friday.
Treviso push Leinster all the way in Italy
The Italians didn’t manage to emulate their heroics of the previous season, but did prevent the European Champions from leaving Italy with a valuable bonus point.
Ireland is safe as NASA satellite falls
NASA is still awaiting confirmation that the dead satellite has re-entered Earth’s atmosphere but the space explorers believe it fell over Canada and vast areas of world’s oceans. Nobody has been injured.
Falling NASA satellite slows down, Earth strike delayed
“It is still too early to predict the time and location of re-entry with any certainty,” says NASA.
.phew, .abouttime: Internet naming body agrees to expand domain names
The organisation has voted to allow the creation of new domain suffixes, meaning .google, .apple or .thejournal are a possibility.
Small fire blamed on hot weather at Swords nightclub
A small blaze on the roof of The Wright Venue at the Airside Retail Park was brought quickly under control.