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Last year
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Irish Book Awards shortlist unveiled - is your favourite 2022 book on it? Best Irish Published Book of the Year is among the categories.
All time
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'I was a broken soul and there were dark times but the memorable moments can't be taken away'
Andy Turner was once the next big thing at the dawn of the Premier League era but injury changed everything.
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'It's a win and not much more than that': Cullen keen to move on after one-score scrap with Zebre
Leinster will hope to hit a more familiar rhythm when they host the Dragons on Friday.
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'There are a lot of guys bruised, a lot of guys cross, a lot of guys angry'
Leinster have no time to dwell on their Champions Cup heartache as they bid to bounce back against Munster.
# Well read
Copa Libertadores mayhem, comparing Pat Spillane to Donald Trump and the week's best sportswriting
Stick the kettle on and enjoy the best of the week’s sportswriting.
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Here were our favourite books of 2017 - what about you?
We want to know.
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These are the books we'll all be talking about in 2018
Here’s the definitive list.
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Shopping for books for Christmas presents? Here's some help...
Here are some of the top literary picks from 2015.
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Every bookworm must visit these shops at least once
One contains 29 kilometres of books worth of books.