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Wednesday 29 November 2023 Dublin: 4°C

# pie in the sky

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UK and Irish politicians up the ante to keep Six Nations on free-to-air TV
Chief executives of the Welsh, English and Scottish unions have been asked by British parliament if they plan to sell broadcasting rights to Sky TV.
FactCheck: Did the Taoiseach threaten to ban British planes from Irish skies?
The UK’s Sun newspaper carried the front page “Irish PM: I’ll ban British planes as revenge for Brexit”.
GAA TV deals won't be debated until 2019 despite 3 counties seeking change
Roscommon, Leitrim and Clare all sought to table motions opposing subscription-based TV rights deals at Congress.
Whatever happened to... Cable cars suspended hundreds of feet above the River Liffey?
The developer behind ‘Suas’ wanted to create a Dublin icon like the London Eye or Eiffel Tower
'It's complete madness': Two Dublin councillors want a cable car from Tallaght to the Hellfire Club
Two south Dublin councillors say that it would be “a great asset to the county and it would encourage visitors who don’t drive to visit the area”.
Just hit the game-winning grand slam? Here’s a concussion
Jordany Valdespin cannot be happy with team-mate John Buck.