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'Richie Hogan going off: that's a huge boost for Waterford. I think things were done the wrong way around'
Shane Dowling believes Brian Cody and Kilkenny got a key selection decision wrong in their All-Ireland semi-final defeat to The Déise.
A petition to replace Kevin Spacey with Kevin James in House Of Cards is getting a crazy amount of signatures
“This just makes sense.”
Christy Burke's bid for the Dáil just got a big boost
Jonathan Dowdall, a former close colleague of Mary Lou, is now helping the outgoing Lord Mayor of Dublin.
'I never said that': Renua's latest recruit denies trying to join Sinn Féin
Patrick McKee has confirmed his defection from Fianna Fáil to Ireland’s newest political party.
This Fine Gael senator could defect to the new Independent Alliance
Martin Conway could be the new alliance of independent TDs’ latest recruit.
CNN is the latest to fall victim to the classic Obama-Osama mix up
Not again.
Ministerial merry-go-round: Here's who might move where in the big Cabinet reshuffle
The government departments, the incumbent ministers and the frontrunners to replace some of them
'I've convicted the system over and over': Joe Higgins is relishing the banking inquiry
The Socialist Party TD has been nominated to serve on the inquiry by the Dáil’s Technical Group this afternoon.
I'll take my business elsewhere: three quarters of Irish people switch service providers
The value of Ireland’s ‘switching economy’ is thought to be around €13 billion annually.
Three Hands of BOD as O'Driscoll sets up trio of Irish tries
Ireland got off to a flying start at Lansdowne Road and never looked back.
"He's a fine deputy!": Row over Labour's belated expulsion of Keaveney from committee
Fianna Fáil’s Billy Kelleher stuck-up for former Labour chairman Colm Keaveney in the Dáil this morning.
Could Education Minister Ruairí Quinn be off to Europe?
The Labour TD was coy when asked about the possibility he could become Ireland’s EU Commissioner next year.
Confirmed: Ex-Fianna Fáil TD Chris Andrews joins Sinn Féin
The Sinn Féin Ard Comhairle is meeting in Dublin today where it is expected to confirm Andrews’s application to join the party.
Wallabies talisman Quade Cooper to quit union over contract - reports
The out half is said to be upset after only being offered match payments by the ARU, as opposed to an annual sum as part of his contract.
Cooper league switch is 'nonsense' say Reds
Is the Wallabies playmaker eyeing a change-up? “This is an old story that has no merit and is… nonsense,” says Cooper’s boss today.
Crossing the divide: RVP is the latest in a long line of those who moved to rivals
United may have bagged their man from old foes Arsenal today. Clear your throats, boo-boys.
All change: Clontarf blow chance to clinch league title as St Mary’s snatch win
A double from Darren Hudson and a superb score from Conor Hogan was enough for a leadership change in the UBL