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Tuesday 6 June 2023 Dublin: 14°C

# Shame

# Backwards Step
Potential Irish implications as Reading to go part-time following relegation
Grace Moloney and Diane Caldwell were on the Royals’ books for the 2022/23 season.
Last year
# Céad Míle Fáilte
Housing situation for Erasmus students coming to Ireland 'has never been so dire'
The head of Ireland’s Erasmus network said that foreign students are finding it impossible to move here
# Wantaway
Robert Lewandowski saga a 'shame' for Bayern Munich
Serge Gnabry said he hopes the Bundesliga champions quickly settle the matter.
# Shame
Playing behind closed doors an 'embarrassment' for England
The Football Association was hit with sanctions following crowd trouble.
All time
# Fitba
SFA condemns behaviour of Rangers fans in wake of Saturday’s title party
Five police officers were injured and 28 arrests made as the illegal mass gathering in George Square got out of hand.
# not his day
'Disappointed. I'm so much more than I demonstrated' - McClenaghan’s European medal bid falls short
One of Ireland’s biggest medal hopes for the Olympics, the 21-year-old finished fifth in Basel after a late fall.
# Shame
No joy as West Ham try to change Premier League kick-off time to avoid women's FA Cup final clash
Ireland teen sensation Leanne Kiernan plies her trade with the Hammers.
# Shame
'He feels so sorry and so bad because he knows he made a big mistake'
Mauricio Pochettino never considered stripping skipper Hugo Lloris of the captaincy despite the French goalkeeper being charged with drink driving.
# Controversy
Russian curler stripped of Olympic medal for doping
Alexander Krushelnitsky was one of 168 Russian athletes who passed rigorous testing to compete as neutrals.
# Shame
Italian football hit by racism controversy for second week running
Juventus defender Mehdi Benatia was insulted on air during a live, post-match television interview.
# Shame
'We turn towards you with eyes lowered in shame': Pope blasts migrant suffering in Easter prayer
The pontiff also hit out at the scandals which have rocked the Catholic Church.
# Shame
Irish coaches 'kept in the dark' as Michael O'Reilly sent home in shame
Boxer becomes first Irish athlete to be sent home from the Games for doping violation.
"I'm still falling, still hating myself, still regretting that I let it all come to this"
Jessica Spencer talks about her struggles with her body and the pressure to be thin
# Rajasthan state
Woman burnt alive by brothers in Indian 'honour-killing'
The woman had married a man belonging to a different caste.
# Shame
This Irish nuns sexy phone line is Facebook comedy gold
“What am I wearing? I’m putting on another cardigan”.
# Shame
Starbucks kept getting this woman's name wrong so she took a picture each time
And they’re so wrong.
# Berkeley
Mary McAleese: "Utterly offensive" New York Times reached for "lazy tabloid stereotype"
The former president says she herself was a J1 student.
# luckless
World Cup looks to be over for Rhys Ruddock after recurrence of arm injury
The blindside was replaced by Jack Conan after 20 minutes today.
# drought shaming
Caught in the act: People are shaming their neighbours for wasting water
People are videoing people wasting water and posting it online.
# not on
Waterford school apologises after students set uniform on fire in public park after graduation
De La Salle College says it’s co-operating with gardaí after the incident.
# shamelust
16 people who have mortifying crushes just like you
Introducing #shamelust.
# please god no
You can now see everything you've ever googled in one place
# Refugees
European leaders 'should hang their heads' over Syrian refugee crisis
Amnesty International said that European Union member states have only offered to open their doors to around 12,000 of the most vulnerable refugees from Syria.
# culinary delights
All the stages you go through when ordering a takeaway
Don’t look at me. DON’T LOOK AT ME.
# Shame
Epic fail at throw-in by Jamaican player in 2014 World Cup qualifier
Now this is a foul throw.
# Your Say
Poll: Should illegal rubbish dumpers be 'named and shamed'?
Dublin City Council hopes to be able to name and shame people who dump rubbish illegally – but it requires a change of law.
# good man michael
8 reasons we're glad Michael Fassbender is Irish
Good man yourself Michael. Good man yourself.
# Shame
Nasty Ann Coulter tweet gets ultimate smackdown
The most dignified response to the offence caused by the conservative US commentator is contained in a guest post on the Special Olympics blog…
# Golden Globes
Watch: Gervais tones it down amid big wins for 'The Artist' at Golden Globes
No luck for the Irish as the dual best-picture prizes at the Globes could set up a showdown between The Artist and The Descendants for the top honour at next month’s Academy Awards.
Love/Hate leads nominations for 2012 IFTA awards
RTÉ’s crime drama is shortlisted in 10 TV categories, while films like Albert Nobbs and The Guard lead the field for film nominations.
# Golden Globes
Fassbender and Gleeson among Irish nominees for Golden Globes
Michael Fassbender is nominated for his role in ‘Shame’, while Brendan Gleeson is up for his starring role in ‘The Guard’.
# Shame
So long, Gian Piero! Inter sack Gasperini after five games in charge
The Italian holds the ignominious honour of being the club’s first manager to leave the San Siro without recording a single victory.
# Shame
Sport's worst haircuts: a tribute
Limerick’s Stephen Lavin showcased one of the most ill-advised GAA haircuts in recent memory at the weekend. Here’s some more of the most offensive dos in sporting history.