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# Planning ahead

Last year
Bristol Bears lock Joe Joyce to join Connacht for start of 2023/24 season
The Irish-qualified second row will make the move to the Sportsground next summer.
All time
The 2022 GAA season is given the green light to commence - in 2021
Counties are free to begin pre-season training on 8 December.
Sexton and Ireland head into autumn internationals with one eye on France 2023
The Ireland captain says the squad have already spoken about the next Rugby World Cup.
Emergency group to convene tomorrow morning ahead of Storm Jorge's arrival
A Status Orange warning will take effect in western coastal counties as the latest storm arrives.
Where's Fianna Fáil's promised 12-point plan on a United Ireland?
In 2017, Fianna Fáil said it planned to publish a white paper on unification.
Barcelona suffer defeat after resting 11 players ahead of Liverpool clash
Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Philippe Coutinho were all among those absent.
Futures of coaches Jones and Flannery next on Munster's agenda after Van Graan extension
Johann van Graan yesterday signed a two-year contract extension as head coach.
Here's how much the government has spent on its nationwide 'Getting Ireland Brexit Ready' events
Six events around the country were held in October and November.
British businesses 'watching in horror' as risk of no-deal Brexit ramps up
It is now 100 days until the UK is due to leave the EU.
Silva expects to leave Man City in 2020 and picks boyhood club as ideal next move
The 32-year-old believes the end of his time in England is in sight.
Government to launch automatic enrolment into pension plans for all citizens by 2022
The consultation process for the proposed automatic enrolment of all citizens into pension plans has now been launched and will last until 4 November.
Dual star out for Cork ladies footballers in 2018 as future of 11-time All-Ireland winner still uncertain
Rena Buckley will not be involved and manager Ephie Fitzgerald is unsure about Brid Stack.
'The major threat to the All Blacks will come from the Northern Hemisphere in 2019'
Sean Fitzpatrick believes Ireland or England will challenge Steve Hansen’s side next year.
Most women 'don't know how to start a pension' as surveys highlights gender gap
Just over one in three women have a pension, compared to over half of men.
Ireland focused on executing a World Cup plan three years in the making
Tom Tierney has fully mapped out Ireland’s path to the World Cup final and his squad face their second game against Japan tomorrow.
UK to release its key Brexit policy papers 'in a few weeks'
Meanwhile, just 3% of Irish exporters have a Brexit plan in place, according to a new survey.
'Some people get annoyed saying 'Leinster have x amount of players' but players want to play here'
The eastern province are already shaping their squad for next season and an announcement on the coaching staff’s future is expected soon.
7 gorgeous planners that will definitely sort your life out in 2017
Get organised this year.
Shane Ross outlines his department's plans - but no mention of gender quotas for sports boards
The Minister of State Patrick O’Donovan had put forward plans for gender quotas for sporting bodies.
We don't know if there will be a Brexit, but the government is getting ready
Revenue is investigating what would be the reality on the ground — in terms of border control checkpoints, customs officers and costings.
Do you know how you're going to afford to send your kids to college? You could sacrifice your daily coffee
How do you plan to pay for the education costs for your little ones? It’s time to start planning now, writes Eamon Dwyer.
Ireland to host Switzerland at the Aviva Stadium (hopefully as a Euro 2016 warm-up)
It will be the first meeting between the teams for 11 years.
Everything you need to know about the spring statement
The government’s big announcement in the Dáil has been been criticised as a ‘PR exercise’. Here’s how it all unfolded.
Do you feel weird talking about your own death? You shouldn't
A new study has found that, in a GP setting anyway, most people aren’t.
Cavan GAA club take steps to ensure AGM starts on time to avoid Late Late Toy Show clash
The meeting has been set for 7.45pm sharp on Friday.
McCaw returning to All Black duty, but Cane set to retain 7 shirt
“If we’re going to consider Sam Cane’s growth,” says Steve Hansen, “It’s no good giving him three Tests and then parking him up.”
UEFA confirm multi-city structure for Euro 2020
Dublin is strongly rumoured to be one of the cities that will be involved in the project.
Grab a stool: No plans for Heineken Cup big screen in Dublin or Belfast
There will be no dancing in the street on May 19, not until after the final anyway.