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# The Heat Is On

Last year
A coach under pressure, stick from a former captain: the issues facing the All Blacks
Ian Foster is paying the price for simply not being Scott Robertson and the New Zealand public are crying out for change.
Heat beat 76ers to reach NBA East finals, Mavs force game 7 against Suns
The victory in Philadelphia gave Miami a 4-2 triumph in their best-of-seven second-round series against the 76ers.
Sixers, Celtics losses seal Miami top spot
The Celtics were outgunned 127-121 by the Bucks in Milwaukee while the Raptors edged out Philadelphia 119-114 in Toronto.
Man City draw blank in goalless draw to blow Premier League title race wide open
The leaders failed to restore their six-point lead on Liverpool as Crystal Palace secured a draw.
All time
Miami Heat blaze on after sending injury-hit Milwaukee Bucks home
LeBron James helped the Los Angeles Lakers to a 2-1 series lead over the Houston Rockets.
Ireland's Maguire eyeing top-five finish in Morocco to clinch top European Tour card
The 24-year-old will face a lot of competition for a top finish at the Ladies European Tour Final Qualifying.
It's official - six candidates to contest presidential election as nomination process ends
It begins.
Cork firefighters to serve strike notice to city council
Members of Cork Fire Service will strike due to the failure by Cork City Council to honour an agreement to pay monies they say are due to them.
Fianna Fáil may not support new Fine Gael Taoiseach if water charges debacle not resolved
The impasse between the country’s two biggest parties shows no signs of abating.
'It's so important to maximise every single point': Leinster turn attention to Pro12
The eastern province returned to action yesterday with a big win over Treviso.
Murray, Williams survive Melbourne heat but Halep becomes first Australian Open casualty
The first Grand Slam of the year got underway last night.
Ireland's athletes toil under the searing Brazilian sun but swimming star continues to shine
A disappointing day in Rio.
Tension soars between Ukraine and Russia over 'terror attack' claims
The UN Security Council was to discuss the growing tensions today at the request of Ukraine.
Even a mid-court miracle buzzer-beater wasn't enough for the Raptors to turn down the Heat
Elsewhere, the Gloden State Warriors relied on their defence as they took control of their series with the Trail Blazers.
Phil Mickelson comes out swinging after FBI insider trading probe
‘I’ve done nothing wrong. I’m not going to walk around any other way’ said Lefty.
Four-horse race? A closer look at the Premier League run-in
Some teams are big horses, some are little horses, and some are chihuahuas. We’re here to make sense of the madness.