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Defensively dominant 49ers dump reigning NFL champion Rams
Jimmy Garoppolo completed 16 of 27 passes for 239 yards and a touchdown for the winners.
GoFundMe probing €150k fundraiser as it removes several Irish far-right campaigns
Hate groups rely heavily on online donations, experts say.
MTK Global will cease operations at the end of this month
The boxing management company confirmed the news in statement this afternoon.
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Ulster Rugby suspend training after two players test positive for Covid-19
A further five players and one staff member have been identified as close contacts.
Meath club player that tested positive picked up Covid-19 during frontline work
Simonstown Gaels and Nobber have ceased activities for 48 hours.
Clubs in Limerick and Roscommon suspend activities over Covid-19 fears
Claughaun and Strokestown are the affected clubs.
Government releases evidence it relied on to justify delaying the reopening of pubs
The VFI called for the evidence linking Covid-19 spikes to pubs reopening to be published.
Meath club suspends all activity as player tests postive for Covid-19
Ballinabrackey have requested respect and understanding for the club and player.
Tipperary postpone April club action and changes in store for 2020 championship format
No games or training will take place in the Premier county until 26 April.
Massive pay cuts for AFL players as Irish stars returning home due to Covid-19 crisis
The decision was taken yesterday to shut down the AFL action.
Coronavirus: Book of Kells exhibition closed and Trinity lectures to be held online to halt spread of illness
The university said more measures may be needed in the coming days.
Rodent activity and poor cleaning practices: Five food businesses were ordered to shut last month
Some of the food premises posed “immediate danger” to the public, according to inspectors.
Recalled bottled water had arsenic levels five and a half times above legal limit
Different types of bacteria and organisms found in the water also exceeded acceptable limits.
Chaos at Hong Kong airport after all flights cancelled amid massive pro-democracy protests
Police reports said up to 5,000 people arrived at the terminal.
'It's a devastating blow': Cork mail centre to shut down with 216 job losses
“We’re transitioning from a world of letters to a world of parcels,” CEO David McRedmond said.
Three takeaways and one café were ordered to shut last month after health inspections
Filthy worktops were a common occurrence.
'This is not related to Brexit': 3,500 jobs at risk after Honda announces closure of UK factory
The firm blamed “unprecedented changes” in the industry for the decision.
'Shocked and disappointed': DCU society suspended from hosting social events over inappropriate conduct at meeting
At the meeting on 4 October, students in relationships were dared to make “provocative calls to partners and family”.
'If we played quickly, Liverpool are better than us' — Guardiola
Manchester City set up to prevent Liverpool having the opportunity to attack at pace in their goalless draw, Pep Guardiola revealed.
Are post offices even viable? An increase in financial services could have been the game changer
The Bobby Kerry report stated that the expansion of financial services in post offices was essential to their survival.
'Brexit-like impact on rural Ireland': Independent TD rules out supporting the Budget over post office closures
The Clare TD said the government has reneged on their promises to roll out a community banking system.
Analysis: How Leinster brilliantly negated Tadhg Beirne's jackal threat
The Scarlets second row was left deeply frustrated by Leinster’s excellent rucking.
'A cesspool': Philippines to close its most popular tourist island for six months
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has ordered the shutdown to start on 26 April.
Dáil suspended for the rest of the week due to the 'the Beast from the East'
The business committee has decided to suspend the Dáil at 2pm today.
After more than 10 years, RaboDirect is closing down in Ireland
The lender holds deposits from 90,000 Irish customers.
RaboDirect announces that it is closing down its Irish operations in May
The bank holds over €3 billion in deposits from its Irish customers, who will now have to move their money elsewhere.
Food businesses closed due to 'overflowing human excrement' and 'presence of a live rodent'
Take aways in Limerick and Dublin were closed – as was a Cork bakery.
US government shutdown: Blame game continues as US lawmakers launch last-ditch bid
“I assure you we will have the vote at 1am on Monday, unless there is a desire to have it sooner.”
US gov shutdown: Trump blames Democrats for being 'too concerned with illegal immigrants'
Thousands of government workers will be sent home without pay until the crisis is resolved.
'Just a taste of what is to come': Worldwide operation shuts down two huge 'dark web' markets
Underground websites AlphaBay and Hansa Market had tens of thousands of sellers.
Flying to the US soon? You may soon be banned from using your laptop
Lat month, the US banned passengers on direct flights to the United States from 10 airports in eight countries.
HIQA serves closure notices to Louth disability services as sites deemed unfit for purpose
The facility at Drumcar has been the subject of a number of HIQA inspections in the past.
These five food businesses were served with closure orders last month
Two were in Dublin, with one each in Limerick, Meath and Cork.
Direct Provision centre in Limerick shuts over 'health and safety fears'
The management contract was “terminated” by a division of the Department of Justice today.
Private girls' school in south Dublin set to close over debts and 'ever increasing' costs
Notre Dame School in Churchtown caters for about 250 girls.
France has 'shut 20 radical Islam-preaching mosques'
There are some 2,500 mosques and prayer halls in France, about 120 of which are considered to be preaching radical Salafism.
'That's b******t' - Dortmund dismiss rumours that Man United and Real Madrid target Aubameyang is leaving
Hans-Joachim Watzke has laughed off claims the Gabon striker is on his way out.
Popular Dublin bar and music venue Sweeney's set to close
The popular venue announced on its website that it would be closing down in the coming weeks.
This is how you can tell your computer to switch off automatically
Why do it manually when you can just time it automatically?
Email threat to LA schools mentioned explosive devices and assault rifles
A ‘specific but non-credible’ threat was also made to schools in New York.