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Saturday 2 December 2023 Dublin: 5°C

# Row

This year
'It's so infuriating' - Star players hit out at conditions as strike action considered
Inter-county ladies football and camogie panels are playing ‘under protest’.
Match of the Day cut to 20 minutes, Football Focus and Final Score pulled after day of BBC chaos
A host of presenters have withdrawn their services after Gary Lineker was told to step back from hosting Match Of The Day.
Last year
'Not enough money and they know it': Tommy Tiernan reiterates criticism of Govt overseas aid budget
The comedian was responding to comments made by Foreign Affairs Minister Simon Coveney at the UN summit in New York.
Wayne Rooney: Coleen is a different mother and wife since Vardy ‘sting’ row
The former England captain gave evidence at the Royal Courts of Justice today.
All time
'If I was a man, this would not have happened' - Pauw not for turning as player row drags on
Tyler Toland remains estranged from the Ireland camp.
'He was not selected, that’s all' - Pep Guardiola denies Raheem Sterling row
The Manchester City boss left the England forward out of his squad for Saturday’s victory at Fulham.
Furious argument mars all-Italian classic at Australian Open
Fabio Fognini and Salvatore Caruso had to be separated by an official.
Wayne Rooney says there was nothing wrong with Roy Keane's MUTV rant
The former England and Manchester United captain has come out in support of Keane’s stance in the row that led to his 2005 departure from Old Trafford.
Row erupts at Fine Gael parliamentary meeting over TD's criticism of Eoghan Murphy
Bernard Durkan raised the matter of being able to discuss or criticise party policy at tonight’s meeting.
South Africa's Erasmus defuses 'bomb squad' row
The coach insisted he would never tolerate racism within his squad.
Maynooth University sues UCD over alleged 'poaching' of professor
Maynooth University believes that UCD poached an academic.
'Emotions were raw and hurt was sky high' - Cassidy on replying to 'piss-up' tweet
The Gaoth Dobhair star has addressed that David Brady tweet.
A plan for Dublin's newest town has been given the green light - but not everyone is happy
The Strategic Development Zone (SDZ) will be located between Lucan, Clondalkin and Liffey Valley.
'You're a f***ing b****cks, Eamon' - John Waters storms off Dunphy's podcast
The interview lasted just 13 minutes.
After 64 days at sea ex-Connacht and Leinster lock Browne completes epic row across Atlantic
‘Without a doubt this is the toughest challenge I have ever taken on,’ said Browne after embracing his parents, brother and sister in Antigua.
Four men convicted of assaulting man at mosque in Longford
Leading members of the local Muslim community have called for peace after the incident.
Residents who claimed their properties were damaged by children's hospital construction settle case
No details of the settlement agreement were revealed in open court and the terms of the resolution are confidential.
'Enough is enough' - Irish boxing row escalates ahead of crunch meeting
IABA bosses will meet tomorrow.
Manchester man who tried to trap neighbours in flat and burn it down jailed for over eight years
The couple’s cats died in the blaze.
Former London mayor suspended from Labour Party for another year over Hitler comments
Ken Livingstone had been suspended from the party last April for “bringing the party into disrepute.”
'Shame on the Minister for Finance': What was that massive row in the Dáil all about last night?
The PAC report into Nama’s Northern Ireland loan book sale was being debated last night.
Pulis blasts 'absolutely disgraceful' Shawcross voicemail talk
The West Brom boss is not at all happy with the latest episode in the simmering feud between himself and Mark Hughes’ Stoke City.
A BBC Olympics commentator is copping serious flak for this ‘sexist’ tea comment
Trott has won FOUR GOLD MEDALS.
VIDEO: There was a HUGE row in the Dáil last night
“I did not come in here to do what your mother should have done and put manners on you.”
'Sit down and grow up': The Dáil just had its first big row since the general election
"Why are you here?" - An EU chief wasn't impressed with Nigel Farage today
“It’s a pleasure,” replied Nigel Farage.
Noel Edmonds got involved in a big Twitter row after he claimed a "simple box" could help fight cancer
Edmonds claimed that a small electronic box could help tackle cancer and ageing, as well as reduce pain and lift depression and stress.
Aitor Karanka's future in doubt after bust-up with Middlesbrough players
He will not lead his side at Charlton Athletic.
Sinn Féin claims RTÉ has been refusing to give it coverage
The party complained to the national broadcaster yesterday.
Overweight people should pay more tax. Others can't pay for our folly
Operation Transformation is not fat-shaming. We can’t mollycoddle to spare people’s feelings, writes Aaron McKenna.
Couple at the centre of 'gay cake' row say they 'don't hate anyone'
Daniel and Amy McArthur lost their case before the Equality Tribunal last year.
Police seek man who punched stranger in the face during dispute over pavement space
The man allegedly took issue with how much pavement space a couple were taking up.
'A cute hoor form of politics': Enda and Micheál had some strong words in the Dáil earlier
The Fianna Fáil leader isn’t happy about the Taoiseach’s apparent reluctance to do a one-on-one TV debate.
Watch 'a bunch of whimpering babies' shout and roar in the Dáil
Proposals to enhance security around Leinster House have been criticised by Sinn Féin.
Man who staged prolonged violent attack over bus seat given suspended sentence
The attack lasted ten minutes and involved head butting, kicking and punching.
On their first day back TDs had a row and Enda opened a newsroom
A long and eventful day in Leinster House.
The curious case of a leaflet, some street lights and a war of words
This leaflet has sparked some harsh words from two councillors and a government minister.
Bradley Wiggins accused of bending rules and using 'illegal' bike in hour-record bid
Alex Dowsett’s coach indicated Bradley Wiggins’ hour record should not be allowed to stand.
Adebayor: I considered suicide over bitter row with family
The Spurs striker has taken to Facebook once again.
Race storm Man Utd scout: I deserved sacking but stand by Facebook posts
Danish scout Torben Aakjaer was dismissed after making derogatory remarks against Muslims and immigrants.