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# Tickets please

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National Transport Authority pilots new mobile ticketing app
The trial is part of wider plans by the NTA to modernise and link ticketing systems across the networks.
Ticket details announced for Munster's Champions Cup semi-final against Sarries
The Munster Rugby Supporters Club have just opened a lottery.
Tickets for Pope's Mass not sent out because of concerns that too many cars will be coming to Dublin
500,000 tickets were made available for the Phoenix Park mass.
Drag, dance and George Bush: 9 shows to catch at the Tiger Dublin Fringe
We’ve had a look through the programme and picked some of the best shows.
Public transport ticket prices are changing - here's what's happening
Some go up, some go down, some stay the same.
The Clare hurling final between Clonlara and Sixmilebridge could be an all-ticket affair
Development work at Cusack Park has reduced the capacity at the Ennis venue.
Ouch... Fare evader who stayed on for extra stops forced to pay out €5,000
He was only entitled to travel between Drogheda and Balbriggan — but had been staying on to the southside.
Rugby World Cup 2015 tickets go on sale tomorrow, here's what you need to know
Answering Ireland’s call is one thing, but will you accept the charges?
Four arrests over Dublin Bus unauthorised ticket scam
Four people are arrested over the unauthorised sale of Dublin Bus tickets.
Full house: Dubs v Donegal a sell-out
Over 82,000 people are expected in Croke Park on Sunday for this year’s second football semi-final.
Luas Red Line free for the day as Citywest extension opens
Five new stops will link Belgard and Saggart and bring an extra two million passengers a year.