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# Sting

Last year
2022
# Sting
Watford win on Championship return as Joao Pedro goal downs Sheffield United
The Hornets slipped out of the Premier League last season having failed to win any of their last 13 league games at Vicarage Road.
All time
# Sting
Watford strike early and see off Middlesbrough in Championship curtain-raiser
Craig Cathcart’s header on 11 minutes was enough to separate the recently relegated hosts from Neil Warnock’s side.
# from the deeps
Lion's Mane jellyfish spotted on Irish beaches as annual numbers rise
A sting from the Lion’s Mane jellyfish can cause nausea, sweating, cramps and headaches.
# It Wasn't Me
In news absolutely no one was expecting, Sting and Shaggy have made an album together
Yes, THAT Shaggy. The first curveball of 2018?
# Champions Cup
Must-win match with Wasps a chance for Ulster to prove a point to themselves
‘Make sure this is not another false dawn,’ was the forceful message from Rory Best after a sensational win over La Rochelle.
# Claim
'It was just big talk — I did not actually source or supply the substances'
Justin Gatlin’s agent has hit back after being secretly filmed by the British newspaper.
# see you next year
Connacht centre Ronaldson ruled out for over a month, will miss big European and inter-pro clashes
Matt Healy and Ronan Loughney are being reintegrated in training after suffering non-match inflicted injuries last week.
# anniversary concert
Eagles of Death Metal singer denies trying to enter Sting Bataclan gig
The Bataclan re-opened on Saturday, a year after the terrorist attacks.
# commemoration
Sting reopens Bataclan on eve of Paris attacks anniversary as Eagles of Death Metal refused entry
Today marks the one-year anniversary of the Paris attacks in which 130 people lost their lives.
# stinger
Sam Allardyce loses England job after one game in charge, FA confirm
The former Sunderland boss was caught in a newspaper sting.
# Sting
England manager Sam Allardyce filmed in newspaper sting
Allardyce met with undercover reporters, posing as businessmen from the Far East.
# Sting
Broncos rookie sent home from Super Bowl over 'prostitution ring' investigation
Ryan Murphy will take no further part in preparations for Super Bowl 50.
# Your Say
Poll: Should the gardaí be allowed to carry out sting operations?
A woman has been awarded €16,000 by the Employment Appeals Tribunal after selling wine to a teenager in a sting operation.
# Sting
Businesses beware: An invoice scam is defrauding Irish companies
The scam had the potential to net over €5 million in the 14 cases reported so far.
# warning
Tourists urged to take care swimming after boy dies from box jellyfish sting in Thailand
Hotels have been told to prepare emergency kits for jellyfish stings.
# get outa the water
Seventeen deadly lion's mane jellyfish removed from Dublin beaches
Red warning flags have been erected on Killiney, Sandycove and Seapoint beaches.
# Sting
Four to appear before court in connection with massive drug seizure
Another five men are still being questioned,
# Terre des Hommes
Three Irish men among those identified in webcam sex crimes sting
Dutch children’s rights organisation Terre des Hommes created a virtual character, known as Sweetie, to operate in public chat rooms in order to catch thousands of people.
# bass-et hound
People playing the bass look like they're tickling dogs
They do in these pictures, anyway.
# an illegal alien
Photo: Sting out on the tear in Cork
Somebody call The Police, cos Sting is out of control.
# don't stand so close to me
Sting calls off Philippines gig in pine tree row
The singer called off the concert in protest at the removal of pine trees outside a shopping centre undergoing redevelopment.
# Eau de Pope
Papal Perfume: Pope gets own fragrance
The Pope has commissioned a celebrity perfume-maker to create his own heavenly scent.
# Sting
How to buy a club: what did last night's Dispatches programme allege?
Bryan Robson is in the firing line after last night’s revelations on Channel 4. But did he do very much?
# Daily Fix
Daily Fix: Monday
In today’s Fix: a Co Meath nursing home is closed by court order; human remains uncovered in Clare are feared to be those of a missing local man; and singer Sting explains why he won’t cross a “virtual picket-line”.
# Sting
Sting backs out of Kazakhstan concert because of ‘virtual picket line’
The singer has cancelled the show planned for this evening after Amnesty International told him about repression against oil and gas workers.