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Tuesday 26 September 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# Shake Up

Last year
'When you tweak things and people begin to panic, that’s rubbish'
Ireland A will take on the All Blacks XV next Friday night in Dublin.
Biden congratulates Australian PM-elect Anthony Albanese
The two leaders will meet on Tuesday at the Quad group summit in Tokyo
Antrim and Kerry to contest Joe McDonagh Cup final after big results on dramatic day
The Kingdom came out on top when the sides met today, while Carlow upset Offaly.
Six uncapped players named for England's Six Nations training camp as big names miss out
Owen Farrell has been retained as captain but George Ford, Elliot Daly, Sam Underhill, Mako and Billy Vunipola are not included.
All time
Eiking takes Vuelta lead as defending champion Roglic suffers fall
The stage itself was won by DSM rider Michael Storer.
DUP leader Jeffrey Donaldson set to make changes to his Stormont team today
The DUP has been rocked by bitter divisions played out in public in recent weeks.
Paul Givan told he will have to resign as First Minister when new DUP leader is appointed
Givan was only formally installed as the new First Minister on Thursday.
Arise, Sir Jeffrey? What happens next after the DUP meltdown?
Taoiseach seeks 'calm heads' as Michelle O'Neill calls on DUP to 'get their act together'
'A new beginning' - Radical plans would see the Premier League reduced to 18 teams
EFL chairman Rick Parry insists Project Big Picture will protect the future of clubs.
Assistant role for ex-Irish international as Manchester City appoint new women's manager
Alan Mahon is staying on as part of Gareth Taylor’s set-up.
McDonald: 'I've made contact with Greens, Soc Dems and PBP about government formation'
She said her preference would be to form a government without Fine Gael or Fianna Fáil.
Jeffrey Donaldson replaces Nigel Dodds as DUP's Westminster leader
Meanwhile, Sammy Wilson MP has been elected as the DUP’s chief whip.
Senior quintet set to leave amid Cork City shake-up
Conor McCormack, Colm Horgan, Garry Buckley, Karl Sheppard and Aaron Barry are all departing the Leesiders.
Fears for Lyric FM's future as RTÉ deals with unprecedented financial situation
Presenters and fans have been calling for support in the wake of a Prime Time episode last night.
Irish provinces switch conferences for next two Pro14 seasons
This year’s finalists Glasgow Warriors and Leinster will be competing for top spot in Conference A.
Mini-reshuffle sees a change for Richard Bruton and two seats for the west at Cabinet
Donegal TD Joe McHugh is to replace Bruton as Minister for Education.
Sky Sports set to launch channels for specific sports in bid to halt falling figures
The network is also reportedly planning to reduce its subscription fees.
'It was difficult calls and difficult discussions' - Cork boss confirms seven players cut from panel
Four new players have been drafted in to the Cork squad.
After pay scandal the entire board of the IFA has stood down
The organisation’s president Eddie Downey and general secretary Pat Smith stood down last November.
A new body aims to radically change An Garda Síochána
“The most far reaching reform of An Garda Síochána since the foundation of the State.”
Leaving Cert shake-up could make it easier to pass higher level exams
The revisions could impact on students sitting the 2017 exams.
This TD wants to radically change the way we elect him and his 157 colleagues
Brendan Griffin has proposed a way of potential ending ‘parish pump’ politics.
Simon Hick column: Rugby needs to change to reflect the sport's broadening fan base
A promotion/relegation playoff between the Six Nations and the Rugby Nations Cup would be great for the sport.
Drivers caught speeding today will get more penalty points under new rules
There is a new category of driver on the roads from today – the novice driver.
Cathal Mannion replaces Niall Burke as Galway make 3 changes for Tipp clash
Johnny Coen and Padraig Brehony are the other new faces to the side that lost to Kilkenny.
Walsh, Cadogan and Cahalane back in Cork football team to face Kerry
Next Sunday’s Munster senior football final throws in at 2pm in Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
Dominic Ryan made captain of Emerging Ireland as McCarthy withdraws through injury
With late call-ups to the senior squad, Stuart McCloskey, Ricky Lutton and Billy Holland are packing their bags for Romania.
Here's how many seats each party holds on your local council
What group is dominating local politics in your area?
The New York Times fires executive editor Jill Abramson
Dean Baquet takes over the top spot – making him the first African American to hold the position.
Chinese, coding and caring for animals: Junior Cycle is getting an overhaul
While traditional subjects are not under threat, new courses will see students rewarded for more than exam-time performance.
Central Bank given power to pre-approve Credit Union managers
The new rules will apply to 250 of the country’s 300 credit unions.
Managing Director Clare Duignan leaves RTÉ Radio
Clare Duignan has decided not to renew her contract at the broadcaster.
'We're happy with our attack and defence,' Kidney says after bolstering backroom
Anthony Foley and Greg Feek have been recalled to the setup, but the existing coaches insist the changes will be minor.
Mortimer out as Mayo ring the changes
James Horan has handed out three championship debuts for next Sunday’s Connacht semi-final and made three switches from the league final loss to Cork.