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04 January 2019 16:37 Ford recalls over 953,000 vehicles to replace air bag inflators

Ford is recalling more than 953,000 vehicles worldwide to replace Takata passenger air bag inflators that can explode and hurl shrapnel. The move includes 782,000 vehicles in the US and is part of the largest series of recalls in American history. Included are the 2010 Ford Edge and Lincoln MKX, the 2010 and 2011 Ford Ranger, the 2010 to 2012 Ford Fusion 66

18 December 2018 00:00 Sarsfields overcome battling St Finbarr’s in Cork final

Sarsfields retained their RedFM Cork senior hurling league title at a windswept Páirc Uí Rinn last night following their battling two-point victory over St Finbarr’s. The city side ran them close but Sarsfields eventually saw off their stern challenge to ensure they keep possession of the Conroy Cup. The swirling wind made it difficult for both teams 78

09 October 2018 21:36 Gareth Bale set to be fit for Ireland clash

Gareth Bale is set to win his fitness battle and play in Wales’ Nations League tie against Ireland. Bale remains doubtful for the Cardiff friendly with Spain on Thursday after coming off in the closing stages of Real Madrid’s LaLiga defeat at Alaves last weekend. The 29-year-old has been troubled by a groin injury in recent weeks, but he trained on Tuesday 33

29 September 2018 13:38 West Ham defeat adds to Manchester United’s troubled season

Manchester United’s troubled season reached a new low after a 3-1 defeat at West Ham. Felipe Anderson’s early strike, a Victor Lindelof own-goal and Marko Arnautovic’s finish left United manager Jose Mourinho increasingly feeling the heat. The drama at Old Trafford is rapidly turning into a crisis as United equalled their worst start to a Premier League 40

26 September 2018 17:57 DUP adviser ‘thoroughly regrets’ not stepping back from RHI conversation

A former DUP special adviser has said he “thoroughly regrets” that he did not step back from a conversation about a botched green energy scheme. Stephen Brimstone said there was a “real perceived conflict of interest”. Mr Brimstone successfully applied for the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme in 2015. There have been allegations that scheme participants 17

26 September 2018 11:44 Group urges Govt to leave carbon tax alone in the Budget

The Government is being warned against hiking the carbon tax on solid fuels in the upcoming Budget. The Solid Fuel Trade Group says any further levies would be detrimental to more than 600,000 people who depend on the likes of coal and briquettes to heat their homes. According to St Vincent de Paul, around 374,000 people living below the poverty line went without 15

07 September 2018 15:11 'Unfaithful and incomprehensible': Spanish Football Federation president hits out at plans to take LaLiga overseas

Spanish Football Federation president Luis Rubiales has described LaLiga plans to stage a game in America next January as “an invasion of that country”. Girona said on Thursday they were “working with the league and Barcelona” about what is thought to be a match in Miami on January 27. Last month, the Spanish players’ union (AFE) held a meeting with a host of top stars 46

08 August 2018 18:55 'I gave him a look to make sure he knew I was there': Leon Reid powers into European 200m final

The Menapians club man clocked 20.38 seconds in his semi-final and is capable of going faster in tomorrow’s final. RECENTLY-TRANSFERRED TEAM Ireland sprinter Leon Reid produced another scorching run to earn a place in tomorrow night’s European Championship 200m final in Berlin. Bath-born Reid, eligible for Ireland through his mother, took the second 16

07 July 2018 17:30 "There should be 90 or 100 grand worth of broccoli here

The current heat wave has been impacting farmers across the country who are hoping to save their crops from being wiped out. “THERE’LL BE NO harvesting in this field at all,” if the rain doesn’t come soon says north Dublin farmer Colm Leonard. The current heatwave has caused his broccoli crop to stop growing at a time when he and his workers should be harvesting 27

07 July 2018 06:00 Many Irish maternity hospitals don't have air con. Here's how they've been coping in the heatwave

There have been reports of new mothers and pregnant women in hospitals struggling with the heat. MATERNITY HOSPITALS IN Ireland are forced to take additional measures in caring for women and newborns because of Ireland’s two-week heatwave. University of Limerick’s Hospitals Group said that it’s management was “acutely conscious” of the discomfort and was giving 33