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Friday 29 September 2023 Dublin: 16°C

# Rebuilding

This year
Radiology and outpatient services to resume at Wexford General Hospital tomorrow
Builders will also be on site tomorrow to carry out repairs to areas damaged by Wednesday’s fire.
All time
Murphy's Leicester confirm addition of 'world-renowned, world-class' Walters
The former Munster man will join the Premiership club from the Springboks.
Interview: Brendan Howlin on green housing, the SocDems and Labour's 'rough time' in government
Howlin gave a lukewarm verdict on the recent local elections, so what next?
Man Utd complete £50m Wan-Bissaka signing
Ed Woodward’s got the deal over the line for the 21-year-old right-back.
Man United to appoint Mike Phelan as club's first-ever technical director - reports
An internal shuffle is on the way at Old Trafford, according to reports in England.
Familiar faces aplenty as Bray announce 5 new signings and 5 returnees for 2018
It’s been a busy day for Dave Mackey’s Seagulls.
Pictures: Residents of Florida return home to survey wreckage from Hurricane Irma
Many buildings escaped major damage, according to a Key West resident.
'Largely gone': Ghost estates are rapidly disappearing
South Dublin County Council is the first local authority area to have zero unfinished developments.
Emotions high as Chapecoense play first game since tragic plane crash
The friendly against Palmeiras is being played in the 20,000-seater Arena Conda stadium.
Chapecoense to sign up to 20 new players ahead of the 2017 season
Many of the Brazilian team’s squad and staff were killed in an air disaster in November.
'We'll get coaches focused on coaching': Foley excited by Munster restructuring
The head coach welcomes the addition of a director of rugby and wants to bring Munster back to ‘days when we could fill the Millennium Stadium’.
New Rangers boss to make former Irish U21 captain his first signing
Rangers have had a £200,000 bid for the Wigan defender accepted by the Latics.
'It's easy to be negative, what you have to do is find solutions' - ROG on Munster's Champions Cup exit
The former Munster 10 has said constructive criticism has it’s place but people should not be overly critical of the province.
All change for Ireland Women with 12 new faces for Six Nations
New head coach Tom Tierney will look to build on the momentum of last year’s World Cup.
World leaders are planning the rebuilding of Gaza today
Egypt’s leader has told Israel “now is the time” to end the conflict.
Pics: Have a glimpse inside the new September 11 Memorial Museum
Barack and Michelle Obama visited the $700 million museum today ahead of next week’s opening.
Losing brother and sister put business problems into perspective for Bill Cullen
The businessman became upset when discussing the deaths of his family.
Moyes keeps mum over Mata reports after humbling Cup exit
The Spaniard is reportedly on the way to Old Trafford. And they could do with him.
The Penney's dropped for Munster - Simon Hick
Whisper it, but key components seem to be falling in to place for Rob Penney’s men.
In pictures: photographer to help tsunami recovery through print project
US photographer and director Aaron Hobson is selling a series of dramatic images of the tsunami-damaged northern Japanese coastline to raise funds for the recovery.
Three thousand Irish sought for Christchurch earthquake rebuild
One-third of the 25,000 workers needed in New Zealand could come from Ireland and the UK, a visa firm has said.