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Thursday 23 March 2023 Dublin: 10°C

# Row

All time
# internal affairs
Sinn Féin's Dublin chair steps down after row over candidate selection
Eamonn Nolan temporarily stepped down from his role following a row over the addition of a second candidate in Dublin North-West. The matter is now subject of an internal investigation.
# Genocide
A massive row is brewing between Turkey and the Vatican
Pope Francis referred to the mass murder of Armenians 100 years ago as a “genocide”.
# Dáil over
Seán Barrett got into another almighty row with a TD in the Dáil this evening
After a quiet few months, the Ceann Comhairle was back to his angry best this evening.
# Michael Lowry
What's wrong with complimenting a woman on "on her nice dress, or a pair of shoes, or a hairstyle"?
PR advisor Valerie O’Reilly was described as “not bad looking” by TD Michael Lowry in a note to Enda Kenny last week.
# Homelessness
No apology for Sinn Féin TD after remarks about his homeless brother were made in the Dáil
Jonathan O’Brien clashed with his Labour counterpart in the Dáil last week.
# Fight Fight Fight
You think the Dáil is bad? They were brawling in this parliamentary chamber yesterday
Things got heated in the Georgian parliament yesterday.
# morto
Mary Lou and this Fianna Fáil senator were throwing serious shade on Twitter last night
Can’t we all just get along?
# Charade
Róisín Shortall kicked out of the Dáil after a big row
The dispute over the cost of the water charges grant has been the subject of heated exchanges this morning
# rising criticism
That 2016 video everyone hated has been obliterated from the face of the planet
Well, almost.
# Feud
Stabbing at Cork University Hospital after row between two families
The incident happened yesterday afternoon.
# France
French government collapses after row over economic policy
President Francois Hollande has asked his prime minister to form a new government.
# Alex White
Alex White: Right now, a reasonable person could conclude that Kenny sacked Callinan
The Labour leadership hopeful tells the Taoiseach needs to give a full account of what happened in the period leading up to the Garda Commissioner’s exit.
# Row
Here's how the government could restore its majority on the banking inquiry
The first meeting of the special Oireachtas Committee was due to get underway tomorrow but has now been postponed indefinitely amid a row over the number of government members on the inquiry.
# into the fold
Rebel FF councillors return to flock after post-election breakaway
The four Limerick councillors had announced they were splitting from the main party last week over a leadership dispute.
# Row
Mickey Harte tells GAA president to look in mirror after 'negativity' comments
The Tyrone manager had criticised the officiating after last weekend’s game.
# Row
GAA chief blasts Mickey Harte's 'consistent negativity'
The Red Hand coach was unhappy with inconsistent officiating.
# Pro-Life
Misquoted: Sinn Féin apologises to Bishop over abortion letter
The party’s apologised after election literature written by local members misrepresented the views of Bishop of Dromore, John McAreavey.
# Row
Cardiff City insist Crystal Palace result should not stand
The Welsh club allege that Palace’s sporting director tried to obtain information about Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s starting line-up.
# Cover story
Paulina Gretzky's Golf Digest cover slammed by the women's golf world
Dustin Johnson’s high-profile girlfriend has been criticised by the LPGA.
# Row
Here's the Littlewoods Ireland advert under fire for its portrayal of women
The online store has responded to negative comments around its new TV commercial.
# Gerrymandering
Hogan demands Martin apologise and withdraw "gerrymandering" allegations
He said he was appalled at accusations he was involved in “gerrymandering” over the boundaries for the local elections.
# Angry Birds
Police called after Swansea training ground bust-up
The club have confirmed there was a heated exchange between players Chico Flores and Garry Monk but deny either used a brick to threaten the other.
# India
Autopsy shows Indian minister's wife suffered "unnatural death"
The couple became embroiled in a row earlier this week after Twitter messages suggested Shashi Tharoor was having an affair.
# these islands
Chris Hadfield sparked a Twitter row by using the phrase 'British Isles'
Oh dear :( :( :(
# Culture Clash
Facebook page of Limerick City of Culture is hacked
Protest ‘takeover’ of official social media page echoes calls for resignations from board.
# cheeses
The inevitable stages of Trivial Pursuit rage
The dice was loaded from the start…
# Row
Workers agree to LRC meeting with ESB management
A last-ditch intervention from the government ahead of planned strikes is seen.
# Power
No resolution in sight as ESB workers serve strike notice
There has been no third-party intervention mooted at this stage of the dispute.
# roll the dice
13 board games that were guaranteed to start a row
It’ll all end in tears, mark my words.
# Retail
Daintree Paper boss responds to criticism over gay cake-topper row
“It was in no way my intention to cause offence to anyone and I unreservedly apologise for any offence caused,” writes Paul Barnes.
# Heated
'You were in bed with the banks!': The Dáil has had its first row of the new term
Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael clashed in the chamber today.
# China
Man who threw toddler to her death asks to be executed
The man took the 2-year-old child from her pram and threw her to the ground after her mother refused to make way for him to park his car.
# Aviation
Strike averted at Aer Arann
Pilots and management have reached an agreement over a pay row.
# Row
Dublin Bus to run full service as Labour Court talks get underway
Dublin Bus will operate a full service today following a three-day strike.
TV3 denies that Fionnan Sheahan is banned from the Vincent Browne show
The Irish Independent claimed today that its political editor has been banned from the programme following a heated exchange between the pair on Monday.
# Your Say
Poll: Should Alan Shatter have made his Prime Time comments?
As a row between Alan Shatter and Mick Wallace rumbles on, we ask was the Minister’s use of information appropriate?
# Penalty Points
Taoiseach backs Shatter in penalty points row with Wallace
The Wexford TD will lodge a complaint to the Standards in Public Office Commission today over comments made by the justice minister.
# Row
Bus Éireann services to run as normal tomorrow
No agreement was reached during today’s talks and discussions aimed at resolving the row are expected to continue for some time.