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'Fans are being priced out': UK shadow minister critical as Everton fixture moved to suit Indian TV
If Everton fans get the earliest possible train on Sunday, they still won’t make kick-off.
Letter from Versailles: Flying with Polish fans and battling a French monsoon with Jean-Claude Van Damme
Euro 2016 media latecomer Paul Fennessy reports on an eventful day in France.
This four-year-old slipped out of her house and got a bus at get a slushie
Girl wants what a girl wants.
"We like to challenge ourselves": Donegal trio set to brave the infamous Death Road
Last year, they took on the ice roads – this year, it’s Death Road, a volcano, and a desert.
QUIZ: Are you a natural-born leader?
From push-over to bossy boots, find out with our quiz.
Here's why the first ever Irish trek to the North Pole could be the last ever by humans
Daytime temperatures of minus 50, costs that could run to €100,000 plus, and at least 780km to cover (depending on the temperament of the Arctic ice)…
Missing hikers found after 10 days in New Zealand wilderness
The three hikers had set out on what was supposed to be a three-day walk but went missing amid severe weather conditions.
Irish adventurers near end of 16,000km trek from Istanbul to Shanghai
Maghnus Collins and David Burns are 450km from the finishing post but more challenges are in-store.
Column: Why I still believe in Lance Armstrong
Having come to know the controversial cycling superstar, former Clare hurler Tony Griffin says he does not feel let down by the ‘human, flawed’ Armtrong.
British man walks length of the Amazon
Ed Stafford has walked for a record breaking 859 days along the entire length of the Amazon River.