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04 August 2018 10:35 Delight for Ronan O'Gara as Crusaders retain Super Rugby crown

The Lions’ heartbreaking run of final defeats extends to a third year in a row after this morning’s result. THE CRUSADERS SUCCESSFULLY defended their Super Rugby title as a 37-18 home victory handed the Lions more final pain at AMI Stadium. For the second year running, the New Zealand outfit — for whom legendary former Ireland out-half Ronan O’Gara works 5

04 August 2018 08:45 Fines could be introduced to deal with Dublin Bus passengers who refuse to fold up buggies for wheelchair users

A Dublin Bus driver recently told an Oireachtas Committee that everyday people are refusing to fold up their prams to allow wheelchair users on board. TRANSPORT MINISTER SHANE Ross will look at introducing fines for bus passengers if they refuse to fold up buggies to make space for wheelchair users. Dublin Bus worker and director for the National Bus and Rail Union 1

27 July 2018 00:27 David Murphy and Arthur McDonagh set for Munster final epic

Murphy is aiming to regain the title he last held in 2015, a year he beat Thomas Mackle in the All-Ireland final at Port Mór/Blackwatertown. He has been hampered by a series of injuries through his Munster campaign and was a lucky winner against James O’Donovan in the semi-final. McDonagh is contesting his second successive senior final, losing to Martin 2

26 July 2018 20:25 Flight from Paris to Beijing turns back after terror false alarm

A man has been taken into custody in connection with the incident. AN AIR CHINA flight from Paris to Beijing turned back 30 minutes after take-off due to a terrorism threat that subsequently turned out to be a false alarm, according to French authorities. Air China had said earlier that flight CA876 returned to Paris after the airline “received suspected 2

23 July 2018 13:26 Catholic mother loses case after claiming girl turned down for school bus scheme on religious grounds

The family were told the girl wasn’t eligible for the free scheme because there was a suitable school nearby. A MOTHER WHO took a case against the Department of Education, alleging her family had been discriminated against because of their religion has had it rejected at the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC). A practising Catholic, the woman wanted

20 July 2018 20:52 Ireland women's 7s dump out England to book World Cup quarter-final with Black Ferns

IRELAND WOMEN HAVE reached the quarter-finals of the World Rugby 7s after a famous 19-14 win over England in San Francisco. Two tries from Amee-Leigh Murphy Crowe and one from Ashleigh Baxter were enough to secure Anthony Eddy’s side a last-eight clash with New Zealand. England must now face newcomers Mexico knowing the highest they can finish is ninth 3

19 July 2018 23:00 Duo scale new heights for Cork Harbour incinerator fight

Paul Twomey and Dave Donovan, who are climbing the five highest peaks in Munster, preparing to finish today with Ireland’s highest mountain, Carrauntoohil, in Co Kerry. Each time they reach the peak they plant a CHASE (Cork Harbour for a Safe Environment) anti-incinerator flag on the top. Paul, 37, who is from Cobh and Dave, 33, from Carrigtwohill, are doing 1

17 July 2018 06:18 EU and Japan to sign massive trade deal as US puts up barriers

The “landmark” EU-Japan deal creates a massive economic zone. THE EUROPEAN UNION’S top officials arrive in Japan today to sign the single market’s biggest trade deal ever and present a united front as Washington upends the international trade order. EU Council President Donald Tusk and Commission head Jean-Claude Juncker land in Japan after talks in Beijing 3

11 July 2018 21:47 Man charged with murder in crowded Limerick bar last weekend

Mark Crawford (41) is accused of the murder of Patrick ‘Pa’ O’Connor (24) in Fitzgerald’s Bar on Saturday. A 41-YEAR-OLD man has been charged with murdering another man in a crowded bar in Limerick last weekend. Mark Crawford, with an address at Distillery View, Thomondgate, Limerick, appeared before Limerick District Court this morning, charged with murdering 6

10 July 2018 11:31 George Clooney 'hurt in scooter crash' in Italy

HOLLYWOOD STAR GEORGE Clooney was treated in hospital today for minor injuries after a scooter accident in Sardinia, the Italian news agency AGI reported. The Ocean’s Eleven actor hurt his leg when a Mercedes car allegedly turned without giving right of way and collided with his scooter, AGI said. Clooney, 57, was reportedly thrown from his two-wheeler 2