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# Statements

This year
# Statements
Ending ‘tragedy chanting’ a Premier League priority after Elland Road incidents
Small groups of rival fans traded grim chants on Sunday.
FA launches investigation after alleged homophobic chanting at Old Trafford
The chant was seemingly directed at Everton manager Frank Lampard during the second half of the match against Manchester United.
All time
# Child Murder
Uncle who beat his nephew (11) to death with a hammer sentenced to life in prison
The judge described the murder as a “horrific breach of trust”.
# clontarf hospital
Minister quizzed over claims hospital staff were required to change statements after incident of self-harm
Concerns were previously raised at the hospital over a suicidal man’s attempt to take his own life there.
# Statements
Two Mayo hurling clubs claim they were shunned in allocation of McManus funds
Ballyvary and Caiseal Gaels have both released statements airing their disappointment.
# One Year On
This is what gardaí have done to try and catch the killers of Adrian Donohoe
And how you might be able to help.
# War of Words
Statement war continues as Welsh club rugby future remains in doubt
The latest words from the RRW change very little, but push the deadline for decision back a month.
Column: In a celebrity obsessed world is it any surprise we love the red carpet drama
With the glitz and glamour of the Oscars hitting our screens tonight, Kim Cadogan questions why we obsess over the clothing choices of the rich and famous.
# Daily Fix
The Daily Fix: Monday
All the biggest news stories from the day, as well as any of the bits and pieces you may have missed.
Dáil discussion on the EU fiscal treaty referendum
Just 24 hours after announcing that Ireland will hold a referendum on the treaty, the Dáil is holding discussions on the matter. We’re following each and every word. Come, join us.
# forensics
Lack of legal aid resources impairs forensic defence, warns lawyer
A defence lawyer warns that defendants are less equipped than prosecutors when it comes to engaging forensic experts to testify – increasing the danger of unsafe convictions.