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O'Brien: 'This brings great sadness and it is hard for me to take in'
The Ireland striker is leaving Millwall after playing 226 games for a club that he joined at the age of 15.
Johnson says Brexit will be success but there may be ‘bumps in the road’ as divided Britain leaves EU
The UK has left the European Union ending 47 years of close ties to Brussels
Another injury blow for McCarthy as Long sidelined for double-header
The Southampton striker will miss the games against Gibraltar and Georgia.
Russia's most-capped player of all time retires following World Cup exit
Ignashevich played in all five of Russia’s matches and scored in their two penalty shootouts.
Five-time champion Venus Williams crashes out of Wimbledon
Williams becomes the eighth of the top 10 seeds to be knocked out after a third-round defeat.
Irish striker Anthony Stokes released by Hibernian following recent problems
The 29-year-old was just six months into his third spell at the club.
This New York skyscraper would be the world's longest building
Longest, not tallest.
Where to next? Roddy Collins parts ways with Waterford United
The 55-year-old has left the SSE Airtricity League First Division club with immediate effect.
Inter Milan part ways with Mancini ahead of Thomond Park game, De Boer set to take charge
The departure comes with less than two weeks until the new Serie A season begins.
'Brexit is a huge opportunity - it's not a day for people to panic'
As the aftershock of the Brexit vote set in, TDs were contemplating what it all meant for us.
After five years, The John Murray Show is over - here are some of the best bits
Murray’s run in the hour after Morning Ireland ended at 10am today.
Brendan O'Connor just announced the end of The Saturday Night Show
Ray D’Arcy will host a new Saturday night show on RTÉ One from the autumn.
Thanks given to Benjy the gay bull supporters as he sets sail for the UK
Sam Simon of Simpsons fame was one of the 321 people who helped save Benjy from the chopping block.
Owen Heary goes out on a high as Bohs beat Candystripes
Jason Byrne skippered the Gypsies and scored on what may well be his swansong.
The 7 stages of grieving for Norman from Great British Bake Off
Gone, but not forgotten.
Ukrainian parliament dissolved on the eve of key peace talks
The leaders of Ukraine and Russia meet in Belarus tomorrow.
Gone Bebe Gone: Man United's £7m flop joins Benfica on permanent deal
The much-maligned winger has been signed by the Portuguese champions.
BAN THE BANKS: There's a wild theory going around that some people are starting to take seriously
What do you think? Does it sound brilliant or crazy – or both?
Bad teachers can be punished more easily under new rules
Ruairí Quinn is increasing the power of the Teaching Council to bring in new sanctions for bad and underperforming teachers.
That's all folks: Troika wrap up their final visit to Ireland today
Ireland will become the first EU country to exit the bailout process on 15 December.
Czech PM resigns in corruption scandal
Czech Prime Minister Petr Necas is stepping down amid a scandal which saw his top aide indicted for bribery.
Matthew Elderfield steps down as Financial Regulator (and waives €100k bonus)
Elderfield, who has been the financial regulator for three years, is returning to London to pursue other interests.
Here's how Twitter reacted to news that Declan Kidney's contract will not be renewed
Ireland are in the hunt for a new head coach after this afternoon’s announcement.
Director of Enforcement to step down from Central Bank
Peter Oakes, who set up the new enforcement department at the Central Bank when he joined in October 2010, said he is leaving to pursue other interests.
Has Wimbledon seen the last of Andy Roddick?
The American waved goodbye to the SW19 crowd after losing to David Ferrer on Saturday.
Life' goes on: Perpignan confirm Mafi signing
As expected, the Tongan-born centre has sealed his move to France after six years with Munster.
Didier Drogba confirms Chelsea exit
If you’re going to go out, you might as well go out by winning the Champions League final with a penalty.
Dalglish thanks Liverpool fans for support after Anfield exit
“Thank you from the bottom of my heart. You’ll never walk alone and I never have,” he wrote.
Kenny Dalglish sacked by Liverpool
John Henry has terminated the contract of the man they call ‘King Kenny’, the club have confirmed this evening.
Funerals in Ireland: What are your options?
Online funeral planning, green burials and cremation – there’s more than one way to organise your big send-off.
"Shane! Come back!": Gunslinging winger Williams not ready to retire yet
The Welsh wizard will line-out for the Ospreys at Liberty Stadium tonight but wants to prolong that long walk into the sunset.
In pictures: final farewell to Jim Stynes in Melbourne
The city said goodbye to the Dublin-born AFL legend earlier. Here’s how.
He's off: Sligo confirm Cook's departure for Accrington Stanley
The Bit O’Red will have to find a new manager pretty sparkish as their current one has joined the Npower League Two side.
Barcelona bound? AC Milan rule themselves out of Fabregas running
Player said to be joining “a different club”. We wonder who that could be.
Sacked Chris Hughton bids farewell to Newcastle job
Chris Hughton loses his job as the club say they need a boss with more experience.