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# Review

Last week
22nd January 2023 - 28th January 2023
# Mental Health
CAMHS report raises serious concerns about children on medication not getting follow-up care
Some children and adolescents seeking mental health treatment are not getting appointments for up to two years, a new report has found.
Some children and adolescents seeking mental health treatment are not getting appointments for up to two years, Órla Ryan reports
In one catchment area, there were 140 "lost" cases where young people didn't receive follow-up care
Dr Susan Finnerty decided to produce an interim report due to "the serious concerns and consequent risks for some patients"
Report into Kerry CAMHS services 'shocking', says Taoiseach as nationwide audit ordered
Last month
December 2022
# Looking Back
Biggest disappointment? Standout Irish athlete? We review 2022
The42′s writers reflect on a memorable 12 months.
# Review
Benzema buries World Cup woe with double strike
The Ballon d’Or winner starred as Real Madrid defeated Valladolid.
# Review
Terenure's 8-match winning streak ended by Young Munster
Shay McCarthy followed up on a Dan Goggin cross-field kick, which was collected by Conor Hayes, to score a decisive 77th-minute try.
# Review
Donn McClean: Honeysuckle to bounce back after falling short of unprecedented win
The Henry de Bromhead mare was chasing a fourth victory in the Bar One Racing Hatton’s Grace Hurdle at Fairyhouse.
# Review
Watson unimpressive as Browns down Texans, Packers and Eagles win
With playoff races heating up elsewhere, there was little riding on the contest in Houston.
Last year
2022
# Review
'The TMO intervention around foul play has created so much dead time'
Ex-Ireland analyst Eoin Toolan wants to see TMO involvement limited to try-scoring decisions.
# Review
Kenny's Ireland don't need to look far for inspiration after largely forgettable 12 months
It’s been a mixed year for the Irish team.
# Review
'Pretty underwhelming' - Farrell makes no excuses for Ireland display against Fiji
The Ireland boss was happy with a win and three new caps but not too much else.
# Review
Vikings escape Washington upset bid while Bills fall to Jets
Kirk Cousins threw for 265 yards and two touchdowns in a triumphant return.
# PhD
National review of State supports, including financial, for PhD researchers to begin next month
The review is expected to be completed early next year.
# Trauma
Mental Health Commission to ban mechanical restraints on children in inpatient centres
The practice involves handcuffs, or devices and garments that stop a person moving.
# Review
Defeat to Ireland was 'not acceptable,' says New Zealand Rugby chief
Meanwhile, Brodie Retallick has been ruled out for up to two months after Andrew Porter’s tackle on him.
# Review
'Physical and mental abuse' rife in British gymnastics, says review
Anne Whyte, a lawyer, revealed the “systemic” abuse issues in a 306-page review commissioned in 2020.
# the great comeback
Stars align as Punchestown Festival delivers to set up fascinating sequels
Donn McClean reviews last week’s action at the County Kildare racecourse.
# Maura Quinn
Maura Quinn to head up review of Tony Holohan's abandoned secondment to Trinity
Quinn is the the outgoing Chief Executive of the Institute of Directors.
# Review
Review: Ford Mustang Mach-E
Justin Delaney takes the first Ford Mustang EV for a thrilling test drive.
# Review
Troy Parrott stars, Ryan Manning sees red on mixed night for Irish stars
Elsewhere, a James McClean goal couldn’t prevent Wigan from suffering a defeat.
# Review
Scheffler wins Arnold Palmer Invitational, McIlroy and McDowell tied for 13th
He had three birdies and three bogeys at wind-whipped Bay Hill in Orlando, Florida.
# Review
The most striking thing about the 30 recommendations to the IRFU is how basic they are
Things aren’t suddenly all rosy but yesterday was a step in the right direction for women’s rugby.
# Review
IRFU to hire head of women's rugby and invest extra €1 million, but no full report
The independent report on Ireland Women’s failure to qualify for the World Cup will not be published in full.
# Review
'Obviously not involved' - Tuchel offers little defence after Lukaku's lacklustre display
The Chelsea striker touched the ball just seven times during the 1-0 victory against Crystal Palace.
# Phoning it in
Central Bank calls on Irish banks to improve customer support waiting times
it conducted a review of the five main retail banks.
All time
# terms of reference
Coveney and Women of Honour to meet again next month to agree terms of Defence Forces review
The Defence Minister met today with the women, who allege bullying and sexual harassment within the Defence Forces.
# Review
Robbie Brady makes first start in almost a year, Irish-eligible winger on fire in League One
Marcus Harness scored his 10th goal of the season for Portsmouth today.
# Review
England Euro 2020 final win would have had ‘horrific’ consequences
The results of an independent review into the violence-marred showdown at Wembley have been published.
# Review
'I've watched it back now about 100 times, I was very thankful for Louise to have my back'
Courtney Brosnan reflects on the draw with Slovakia and looks ahead to Georgia.
# Review
Analysing all 20 Ireland games of the Stephen Kenny era
The team have looked rejuvenated of late, after a tough start.
# Review
Pieters wins fifth title at Portugal Masters, Harrington finishes tied for 12th
Meanwhile, Seamus Power also recorded a top-12 finish at the Mayakoba Championship.
# substandard
IRFU release findings of investigation into 'unacceptable' facilities at women's interpros
Irish rugby’s governing body also announced an independent review into the Ireland women’s failed 2021 Rugby World Cup qualifying campaign.
# low point
IRFU must be brutally self-critical as review into World Cup failure begins
The union must work hard to harness the potential of the domestic game in order to better prepare players.
# documentary
Defence Forces 'commends bravery' of female members who came forward to make harassment complaints
The terms of reference of an independent review into harassment and bullying in the Defence Forces are due to be finalised this week.
# Review
Kenny’s Ireland remain a side stuck in progress, but the FAI will give him more time
We take a look back at some of what went right and wrong for Ireland in the latest international window.
# Review
Nordqvist wins British Open to claim third major, 13th-place finish for Maguire
The experienced 34-year-old shared the lead with playing partner Nanna Koerstz Madsen heading down the 18th, but a par was enough to secure victory.
# Review
Troy Parrott and Callum Robinson among the Irish scorers in England
Marcus Harness and Anthony Scully were also on target.
# Review
Rassie Erasmus releases explosive hour-long criticism of refereeing
The SA Rugby director of rugby has picked apart Nic Berry’s performance in the first Test.
# Review
Ranking the 10 best games of Euro 2020
We also choose our favourite pundit, best goal and biggest disappointment.
# Security
'Prison security measures should respect human dignity': Review after solicitor says she was told to remove bra
The Taoiseach has asked the Justice Minister for a report on the matter.
# summer review
Varadkar confirms pub and restaurant rules around time limits will be reviewed in a 'few weeks'
There was fury from TDs both inside and outside government over the new rules.
# Looking Back
Worst signing? Best player? Our writers review the Premier League season
Manchester City prevailed as the pandemic wreaked havoc on the fixture schedule.