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Tuesday 28 November 2023 Dublin: 4°C

# Taking Stock

Last year
Elon Musk to join Twitter’s board after taking 9% stake
Musk will not be allowed to own more than 14.9% of Twitter’s outstanding stock as long as he’s a board member.
All time
'Not many expected my name to be on the Lions squad but that does not stop you being disappointed'
Jacob Stockdale wants to prove his point in this month’s double header against Japan and the United States.
'Try again. Fail again. Fail better': The mantra of the FF-FG-Green government 100 days in
One thing is for sure, this government needs a win.
Galway brilliance, new Dublin era, Meath misery - Division 1 mid-term report
We examine the fortunes of the eight top flight sides after the opening four games of the league campaign.
What's going to happen in the 9 weeks between now and the Brexit deadline?
The UK and the EU are running out of time, options and patience (you’d imagine).
The native Irish population was in centuries of decline before the Vikings came along
Scientists from Queen’s University Belfast have analysed data from over 800 years.
Van Graan to take his time with review ahead of 'big summer' for Munster
The Munster head coach admits reinforcements are unlikely to be brought in for next season.
Stockdale ready to follow in Bowe's footsteps and make Grand Slam history
The 21-year-old seems to be breaking records every weekend for Ireland.
'I don't think Jacob is near his potential. What we're seeing at the moment is exciting'
21-year-old Jacob Stockdale has risen swiftly through the ranks to score eight tries in seven games for Ireland.
Want to get married in a cattle mart? You could be in muck
Kenmare livestock mart hopes to let you put a ring on it … in their ring.
'You cannot trust these people' - Woman who had disclosure of abuse lost by Tusla slams report on its failings
The woman, whose records were lost by the HSE/Tusla for over three years, says she feels the latest ombudsman report into Tusla’s complaints procedures won’t change anything.
'We need consistency': Long delays by Tusla in dealing with abuse allegations, report says
The Ombudsman was critical of Tusla’s procedures for dealing with abuse allegations.
"Renua was branded as 'Fine Gael Lite' - we are a centralist party"
Lucinda Creighton has stepped down as the party leader. What’s next for the party?
Schmidt: 'We never felt we were drowning, but we were struggling to stay on the surface'
The head coach made an early incision in the post-mortem of Ireland’s failed title defence.
'There is huge satisfaction in answering the questions people had about us'
Kilkenny star Paul Murphy hasn’t forgotten how Kilkenny were written off earlier in the year.
Stephanie Roche is back home but it's not for long as talks with two English clubs begin
The Irish international admits a move back closer to home is the preferred option having had her American dream crushed.
Report card: Analysing the game as boxing hangs up its gloves
In this week’s column, we take a look at ‘the state of the game’ as boxing goes relatively quiet for the month of August.