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This year
Almost all women's World Cup players rule out Spain call-up: statement
The statement came as the team’s new coach Montse Tome was poised to announce the squad for two upcoming international fixtures.
All time
Cardiff City threatened with three-window transfer ban over Sala payment
Fifa say the Championship club must hand over €6 million to Nantes for the deceased Argentine striker.
Father of SEAL killed in Yemen refuses to meet with Donald Trump
Bill Owens refused to speak with Trump when his son’s flag-draped casket was brought home.
Visually impaired athlete told she cannot compete in Mini Marathon with male guide
‘Running like this requires a great trust between the guide and the runner which can only come from hours of training and getting used to each other.’
"Lucy's terrible story about her medical card isn't the first - but it was bound to happen"
The story of the HSE’s refusal to provide a child with cancer a medical card has sparked criticism of the system.
Shakhtar confident Fred and fellow players will return to Ukraine
Six players have refused to travel back.
Magdalene protest to take place at Sisters of Mercy office
The protest will involve the signatures of over 1,000 people being gathered on white sheets and displayed at the event.
Department accused of having "systematic policy" of refusing Invalidity Pension
Minister Joan Burton said that Deputy Boyd Barrett’s “notion that social welfare illness payments and benefits are being denied to people is very, very wide of the mark”.
At least 60% of domiciliary care allowance applications refused
Minister for Social Protection Joan Burton said the department received 4,339 claims for domiciliary care allowance in 2012.
Willie O'Dea says Burton 'continues to mislead' over disability allowance cuts
Fianna Fáil TD said the Minister for Social Protection should be upfront about changes to criteria for the allowance and explain application refusals and delays.
IOC against minute's silence for Munich victims
The organisation’s president has dismissed calls for a minute’s silence to commemorate the event.
Drawing a line: No action from FA over Old Trafford fracas
Phil Dowd has reported no further disciplinary measures are necessary despite angry exchanges between Manchester United and Liverpool on Saturday.