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# under scrutiny

This year
Minister seeks broader scope for probe into RTÉ as Cabinet discusses terms of reference
A report by
Christina Finn
Media Minister Catherine Martin is expected to appoint a designated auditor to examine RTE’s accounts.
Former world number one Halep charged with second doping breach
The Romanian tennis star has been provisionally suspended since October 2022.
Last year
Kinsella on rugby: Why England should hold their nerve and stand by Eddie Jones
Jones has the highest win percentage of any England coach ever.
All time
'Keep the criticism coming,' Solskjaer tells detractors as Man United begin testing week
The Red Devils face Atalanta tomorrow night before hosting Manchester City on Saturday afternoon.
Bayern star Kimmich sparks vaccination debate in Germany
The player recently revealed he decided against being vaccinated.
Solskjaer responds to Carragher criticism and accepts the pressure is on ahead of difficult run
Liverpool, Tottenham and Man City are the Red Devils’ next three Premier League opponents, while they face Atalanta in the Champions League tomorrow night.
Exeter Chiefs retire 'disrespectful' mascot but opt against logo change
The Premiership club underwent a detailed review after receiving criticism about its Native American imagery and branding.
'Despite our best efforts, 1 in 12 children still live in poverty'
Homeless children, suicide rates and Direct Provision should all be discussed in Geneva today.
'It is not good enough' - Wenger heavily criticised by Souness and Graham
The Arsenal boss has been criticised for his tactics and team selection.
Nick Faldo's advice to Rory McIlroy ahead of The Open: 'Concentrate on golf'
The six-time Major winner says the Northern Irishman can enjoy the finer things in life once he retires.