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Sunday 29 January 2023 Dublin: 4°C

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Premier League records record 42 postive Covid cases in past week
This is the highest weekly figure recorded since testing figures began being circulated in May last year.
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Koeman coming under pressure as Barcelona held to draw by Granada in La Liga
Barca have won just two of their opening five games so far this season.
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'Yes, I signed a contract but I won't believe it until I'm over on Australian soil that I'm there'
Mayo star Sarah Rowe recently signed a new two-year contract at Collingwood.
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'That opt-in or opt-out clause applies for referees as much as players' - concern among officials ahead of GAA return
Meath whistler David Coldrick says ‘there are referees that have very valid concerns.’
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'Committed to keeping stability in daily lives and homes' - Dundalk and Shelbourne honour player contracts
Shels have also announced news of a new Patreon service for fans today.
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Bolton faces crisis as home games in doubt and club ordered to keep fans away on safety grounds
The Championship side are scheduled to host Ipswich and Middlesbrough in the coming days.
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Mary Lou accuses Arlene Foster and DUP of 'poking Sinn Féin in the eye'
Foster says she has been “disgracefully maligned in the most vicious manner”, ignoring calls to step aside.
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Three elections that could cause a political earthquake in Europe in 2017
Observers say Le Pen can’t win in France, and that Merkel will return in Germany – but does anyone trust the polls anymore?
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What President Trump means for the 50,000 undocumented Irish in the US
‘The Irish once had that extra bit of clout but those days are gone now.’
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Terrorism and Brexit are taking their toll on Irish booking giant Hostelworld
The spate of attacks in Europe have put a dampener on the tourism industry.