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'Straight knockout for football is really, really poor' - Cunningham unhappy with lack of backdoor
Roscommon are one of 14 teams already out of the championship after two weeks.
Eric Dier feels criticism of his performances ‘a bit unfair’
Former Spurs boss Jose Mourinho said the defender was suffering from a lack of confidence – something the 27-year-old later denied.
Davy Fitz: 'I don't think you can just pick two teams and throw them into a league final'
The Wexford boss feels the GAA should revisit the decision not to play the concluding stages of the Division 1 National Hurling League.
Premier League start date ‘too early’ for Chelsea boss Frank Lampard
The Blues boss wants a ‘fair start’ for his side.
Some school children returning and others not 'would be discrimination' - Children's Ombudsman
Schools have been closed since 12 March as part of efforts to stop the spread of Covid-19.
Messi slams 'corruption' in South American football after being sent off in Copa America
Lionel Messi was vocal after being sent off in Argentina’s win over Chile.
'We won't be playing this Saturday' - another team enters stand-off with GAA
Naas CBS have called for “common sense to prevail” in their Hogan Cup semi-final which is fixed for Saturday.
Rangers director hits out at BBC Scotland's coverage of his club
Stewart Robertson accused the broadcaster of ‘vilifying’ Alfredo Morelos.
Pochettino bemoans Spurs' schedule as 'massive disadvantage'
After beating Newcastle, Tottenham must play Leicester just four days before facing Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League.
'It's a small bit unfair... I would probably like to see the rule changed'
Leinster scrum-half Jamison Gibson-Park is set to take over from Luke McGrath in the nine shirt.
Labour Court overturns €39k payout for worker despite HSE's 'entirely unsatisfactory approach'
The Labour Court was scathing in its assessment of how the HSE handles such cases.
Company ordered to pay €10,000 over unfair dismissal of pregnant employee
The woman was dismissed six weeks after she started the role.
Hotel security guard sacked after showing guest her own 'sex tape' awarded €6,000 for unfair dismissal
The Labour Court has found that the decision by CityWest to dismiss Nicholas Reddin was unfair.
'Left behind': People with disabilities four times less likely to be employed
A person with a disability is also twice as likely to leave a place of employment.
Women are being 'penalised for working' since changes were brought in to the State Pension
Age Action say that pensioners have lost out on as much as €1,500 a year since 2012.
Liverpool were denied several penalties - Jurgen Klopp
Liverpool were frustrated by West Ham in Sunday’s 2-2 draw.
US police officer shot dead on her first shift
Officer Ashley Guindon was sworn in on Friday.
Gay cashier heard joking about homophobia dismissed after customer complaint
Conor was made to stop his work placement after a customer overheard him talking with a co-worker.
Transgender woman allegedly arrested for prostitution files complaint against hotel
Meagan Taylor was arrested back in July at a hotel in Iowa
One in 10 sackings in Ireland is down to bullying
More than half of Irish companies do not have strong enough policies on bullying.
Sinn Féin wants to stop €4,000 charges on police community events
“Such groups often have to fundraise to make such events happen and to require them to pay for the work of the gardaí on top of this is unfair.”
Ian McKinley wants to return to the Pro12 - but rugby laws mean he can't play in Ireland
The protective goggles McKinley wears are banned in Ireland, England and France.
'Pink tax' on products aimed at women should be boycotted - Senator
Labour’s Lorraine Higgins says it’s an example of “gender price discrimination”.
'I'd prefer playing them in Newbridge' - Eamonn Callaghan on Dublin's Croke Park advantage
The debate continues over whether Dublin should be forced to play outside of Croke Park.
Ballot papers in May's elections will be 'unfair and misleading'
Legislation means Independent TDs must list themselves as ‘non-party’ or else leave a blank space.
9 of life's worst little injustices
We were right as teenagers. Life really is unfair.
'Unfair' of HSE to reject scheme application for boy with ADHD
The HSE has now included ADHD in the scheme so that the cost of medication for children with the disorder is covered.
Four years after FIFA 'moved the goalposts' at Ireland's expense, France claim play-off seeding system is 'unfair'
The French have called for a revision of the process.
Column: Having the Revenue assess the value of your home is a totally unsuitable idea
There has been immense confusion over the valuation of homes for the property tax, which is why a site value tax would have been better, writes James Pike.
Rodgers slams 'vilification' of Luis Suarez
The Liverpool manager has leapt to the defence of his star striker, after he faced criticism from Tony Pulis.