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# understanding

Last year
Ten Hag has 'no problem' with frustrated Ronaldo's substitute reaction
Ronaldo was was hauled off on Sunday with Man United chasing a winner against Newcastle.
All time
Paralympic sport must make classification system clearer for growing audience - Johnson
The four-time Olympic champion is an avid supporter of the Paralympic movement.
'It's not up to us' - Kildare star supports gradual return of crowds for GAA games
Daniel Flynn says it’s up to the relevant authorities to decide what is the safest way forward for spectators.
Stephen Kenny empathises with Naomi Osaka over anxiety relating to media duties
The Ireland boss accepts media duties are part of his job.
Summer signing Mike Haley building trust in Munster's 15 shirt
The former Sale Sharks fullback has been first-choice for Johann van Graan this season.
No 'understandings' or arrangements between FG and Lowry, Kenny says
The Taoiseach told the Dáil today that he appreciates the support Lowry has given government.
13 truths Irish people need the world to understand
Please. Say no more.
Does your dog really understand you?
New research has shown dogs are able to pick up on more than we might think.
Analysis: Connacht's defence drives strong start to Pro12 season
We take a look at the mindset and understanding that helped the western province to beat Leinster.
Irrelevant Neil Francis comments 'come from the dark ages', says Nigel Owens
‘It’s terrible to think that an individual has to make a decision between who you are and being involved in the sport that you love’.
Column: Young people should leave school financially literate
How pensions work, how to read a payslip, dealing with personal taxes, how to choose and take out a loan (and how to pay it back), these should all be taught in school, writes Sinead Doherty.
Breakthrough in understanding how cancer cells 'hijack' and spread
A new research study is investigating how cancer cells spread around the body.
Column: I have Asperger's and I like being "different"
Fionn Hamill is a young boy who has Asperger’s Syndrome. Here he explains why he loves the way he is and how he never wishes he was any different.
Column: Why do we love reading books about the economic crisis?
All these critiques don’t spur us to action, writes Tom Boland, so why do we keep buying them?
Column: 10 ways to get on with teenagers
How do you survive with a teen in your house? Parenting mentor, Sheila O’Malley, tells us how to keep your cool while still keeping communication lines open.