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This year
Former Wales rugby star Thomas settles HIV case with ex-boyfriend
Thomas says he paid his accuser £75,000 plus costs, calling this a ‘hugely positive outcome for my own mental health and that of my family.’
Last year
‘We’re not playing to a gallery’: Daly and Wallace defend decision on Russia vote after criticism
MEP Mick Wallace argued today that Russia has ‘genuine security concerns’ about the idea of Ukraine joining Nato.
US women's team reaches landmark $24 million settlement in equal pay dispute
A monumental day, as the long-lasting saga comes to an end.
All time
Abramovich given apology over defamatory claims Putin ordered him to buy Chelsea
The Blues owner has accepted a settlement in his defamation case against HarperCollins and Catherine Belton.
Ballinkillen reinstated into Carlow SHC despite Leinster Council ruling
Carlow CCC agreed to a St Mullins request for the fixture to be played.
French Rugby Federation ordered to pay sacked coach Noves €1 million
An industrial tribunal ordered the FFR to compensate the 65-year-old after damaging his reputation.
Rory McIlroy makes solid start to PGA Tour season in Hawaii
American golfer Kevin Tway carded a seven-under-par 66 to set the pace at the season-opening event in Maui.
'It's not unusual to make six or more attempts': Dr Patrick Doorley on how to quit smoking in 2019
Quitting smoking can be difficult, but having clear goals and support networks to help with motivation can help chances for success.
Modric cleared of perjury charges in Croatian corruption trial
The ruling, which closes the case, comes as the Real Madrid star is hoping to be awarded the 2018 Ballon d’Or in Paris on Monday.
Are you making a New Year's Resolution? Tell us!
Come in and hold yourself accountable.
Poll: Will you make a new year’s resolution?
New year, new you?
Cork dual star will not be forced to play two All-Ireland championship games in one day
It’s been confirmed that Libby Coppinger will focus exclusively on camogie this Saturday.
The search for missing plane MH370 is being called off, and families of the missing aren't happy
Two years later investigators are no closer to discovering what became of the missing plane.
Good news for turf cutters: New laws will allow them to work on protected bogs
Rural Affairs Minister Heather Humphreys published legislation during the week to de-designate 46 National Heritage Areas (NHAs) in Ireland.
The biggest challenge facing Sky right now? Not overwhelming its audience
The arrival of Ultra HD is a stepping stone in Sky’s quest to take over the living room and home, but it must balance ambition with accessibility.
Ex-Chelsea doctor settles case against Mourinho
The London club said they were “pleased” that an agreement had been reached.
Did this TD plagiarise a speech on Islamic State from a US congressman?
The Tipperary TD’s motion contains several phrases the same as a resolution from the US Congress.
Ireland backs vote as Palestinian flag set to fly over United Nations
Palestine and the Vatican are the only two observer states in the UN.
IT'S OFF: 'Love Ulster' parade is no longer going ahead
This comes after discussions today at the Department of Justice.
The 18 stages of making your 'I'm definitely gonna get fit' New Year's resolution
Good luck with that.
Fancy one of these mental overseas adventure races in 2015?
Forget about the week in Ayia Napa and get planning a special trip.
Why you should keep a training log in 2015
Good idea if you plan on shifting that selection box weight in the new year.
Greyhound dispute could be set to end after 14-week lockout
A new deal has been agreed between representatives on both sides and now awaits a vote from workers.
Why did Ireland abstain from a UN Human Rights Council vote on Gaza?
It wasn’t the only country….
Remains of MH17 victims to be handed over to Dutch authorities
A deal was reportedly also reached today with Ukrainian separatists over the recovery of the flight’s black boxes.
Threat of national electricians' strike 'receded significantly' after LRC talks
Under proposals, employer bodies would withdraw any claim for a ten per cent pay cut while the TEEU would drop its call for a 4.9 per cent increase.
This killer 1990s playlist will definitely kickstart your fitness resolution
Is this the year you’re going to get fit? Let us help with this incredible set of tunes.
Fernandinho fizzes in first Premier League goal of 2014 as Man City win
The Brazilian fired through a flock of Swans to score the opener.
10 ways to burn off that Christmas stuffing (without leaving the house)
Just because you didn’t get that in-house gym you wanted doesn’t mean you can’t get a sweat on.
Poll: Are you satisfied with the resolution of the ESB strike threat?
The strike has been averted, but unions and the ESB disagree on whether the deal will add any liabilities to the company’s balance sheet.
The Heineken Cup lives on... for now
With the English seemingly set to come on board, all looks rosy for the ERC but this battle will resume next year.
Mortgage holders who give up homes in arrears will be allowed on housing lists
If homeowners go through the Mortgage Arrears Resolution Process, they will be allowed apply for social housing, Minister of State Jan O’Sullivan has confirmed.
Irish priest follows Dalai Lama in being honoured for peace work
Fr Patrick Devine was awarded the 2013 International Caring Award for setting up the Shalom Centre.
Hogan hopes Priory Hall proposals will be seen as 'balanced, equitable and fair'
The government has put forward proposals to resolve the long-running plight of the former residents of the derelict and dilapidated Donaghmede apartment complex.
France to submit resolution on Syria chemical weapons to UN
France says that the resolution would call on Syria to put its chemical weapons beyond use – or face action.
Column: Straight talk on Bosnia has been sadly lacking during Ireland’s EU presidency
Ireland can no longer afford, financially or morally, to go along with the EU’s current hopeless policy in Bosnia. Now is an opportune time for a fundamental rethink of how the EU should deal with the political situation there, writes Patrick Nulty.
Smokers urged seek support to kick the habit as new year begins
One million people have successfully quit smoking in Ireland – and now the HSE is urging remaining smokers to kick the habit for good in 2013.
Fermanagh GAA County Convention pledges support for Sean Quinn
The convention passed a resolution in support to the jailed Sean Quinn and his family on Monday, and expressed its best wishes to them.
Bubba: I'm desperate to lift more Majors
The Masters champion is eyeing a big year in 2013.
UEFA Champions League Group G preview: Celtic, Benfica vie for survival
If Benfica simply equal the Scottish side’s performance on Wednesday, they will advance to the next stage.