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Wednesday 29 November 2023 Dublin: 2°C

# Reports

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Sligo too good for Offaly, Roscommon annihilate Limerick and Longford pip Fermanagh
Longford edged out Fermanagh and Cavan had too much firepower for a disappointing Wexford side.
Andy Gray set to return as commentator for BT Sport following latest sexism row - reports
The 58-year-old is preparing to commentate on the FA Cup tie between Liverpool and Arsenal.
Man arrested after protest outside RTÉ over Dobson 'idiots' comment
The man is said to have climbed over a wall to access the RTÉ campus.
Dennis Rodman 'checks into alcohol rehab'
US media reports say that his drinking “escalated”.
Big Sam safe for now as Hammers win, Johnson nets Sunderland hat-trick
There were also wins for Spurs and Southampton.
Tigers keep up Ulster hunt with bonus point win over Montpellier
Gloucester beat Edinburgh in Scotland to stay in touch with Munster in Pool 6.
Return of Chamakh as Crystal Palace revival continues
Norwich are up to 13th after an away win over West Brom.
Halfpenny and Cuthbert guide Cardiff to Heineken Cup win over Warriors
The European fortunes of Ospreys dipped further with a narrow defeat away to Castres.
Saints keep Leinster in their sights as Ospreys slump to second defeat
Edinburgh could not follow up their win over Munster after succumbing to a sublime Perpignan in France.
Here’s the round-up of this evening’s GAA club football action
Crossmaglen Rangers are into their 18th consecutive county final while Ballymun Kickhams and St Brigid’s had big wins.
Prison reports: Improving facilities, some violence and concerns about lock-ups
Food, education, solitary confinement and slopping out were among the issues discussed in the reports.
Airtricity League: Dundalk go top after hitting Drogheda with late blow
Bray, meanwhile, drew little comfort in relegation battle with UCD.
Has Jack Nicholson retired from acting due to memory loss?
There are conflicting reports about the Hollywood legend. Here’s what we know.
Gerardo Martino to become new Barcelona boss - reports
The Argentine manager is due to sign with the Catalan giants tomorrow, according to the Spanish media.
Child care court reports show drug abuse, violence and mental illness
The reports are published on the Child Law Project website, which was launched earlier this year.
Below-par Munster scrape past Zebre, Connacht well beaten by Glasgow
The Irish sides both looked below their usual standard, with Eric Elwood’s men particularly disappointing.
Moving teens to Direct Provision causes “uncertainty and fear”
The report from UCD, which was commissioned by the HSE and Barnardos shows that there is a big need to recruit foster carers, especially in Dublin.
Division 2 wrap: Westmeath snatch a draw, Derry too strong for Wexford
John Heslin converted a late free for the Lake County at Tuam Stadium .
Authorities: Report of gunman at MIT was a hoax
It had been reported that a gunman was on the campus, which was then put into lockdown.
Derry: Two arrested over reports of attempted hijacking
Police also recovered a small crossbow following a search of a house in the Carnhill area.
Allianz Football League: latest scores and incidents from 10 games
There’s a full calendar of fixtures taking place across the country today.
Jonny Sexton will play in the top 14 next season, but not necessarily for Racing Metro - L'Equipe
Clermont, Toulouse and Toulon are rumoured destinations.
Heineken Cup: Toulon join Ulster and Quins in the 1/4 finals while Biarritz fight on
Dimitri Yachvilli and his buddies may yet rue that late conversion miss in Galway.
Integration Centre calls for legislation on hate crimes as racism figures rise
They also want to see the introduction of racism as an aggravating factor in sentencing.
'Unsolicited' abortion-related calls being made to Irish phones
A number of people have reported receiving the automated call, which had abortion-related content.
Committee to discuss “conflicted reports” on bank lending
The Oireachtas Committee on Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation will cover the topic as part of its discussion on lending to small business today.
AC Milan deny reports of Qatari investment
Reports on Friday stated that Silvio Berlusconi was about to sell 30% of the club he owns to the ruling Al-Thani family.
New York: nine injured and two killed in Manhattan shooting
Several people were shot outside the Empire State Building this morning. two have been killed, including the shooter.
Peter Darragh resurfaces as Quinn family supporters plan rally
Organisers of tonight’s demonstration say well-known GAA personalities Mickey Harte, Seán Boylan and Colm O’Rourke are among speakers.
Europa League reports: Pat's undone by late goal, as Sligo errors punished
Ian Baraclough’s men look set for an early exit from the competition following tonight’s action.
Column: Corruption has played a starring role in Ireland's economic crisis
The countries suffering the most from the economic turmoil in Europe all have major problems with corruption, writes Nuala Haughey.
Premier League wrap: City save the best till last as Bolton bow out
There were cheers, tears and plenty of bitten nails. Here’s what happened on the final day of the Premier League season.
Mugabe arrives home - reports of illness "hogwash"
The President of Zimbabwe arrived home from Asia this morning as his party denied reports he had suffered a health emergency.
DSK "charged over prostitution ring"
It is being reported that Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the former head of the IMF, has been charged over alleged involvement with a prostitution ring.
Gunman in Toulouse standoff “filmed killings”
Mohamed Merah (24) was involved in a stand-off with police in Toulouse since yesterday. He is believed to have killed four people outside a Jewish school and three soldiers.
Garda Ombudsman to investigate sex abuse complaints
The GSOC is to investigate the handling of complaints of sex abuse against a Fr Corin, about which concerns were raised in the Cloyne Report.
Staying put: ROG hits back at Toulon claims
The Ireland fly-half has had to come out and deny he’s departing Munster after it was reported that he had agreed a move to France.
Brendan Howlin publishes 'report cards' on all departments
An “unprecedented” amount of information on Government budgeting and targets has been released, Howlin said.
BP reports gains despite payments after Gulf spill
The company reports that it has raised its quarterly dividend by 14 per cent, even after making payments to compensate for the disastrous oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
Reports reveal issues in Irish prisons
The 2010 reports on Ireland’s prisons reveal the issues that are affecting staff and prisoners – from smuggled mobile phones to gangs.