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15 January 2019 16:12 Wales boss Gatland thinks France clash is key to winning Six Nations

Warren Gatland believes that Wales’ Guinness Six Nations opener against France is potentially their toughest assignment of this season’s tournament. Wales tackle Les Bleus in Paris on February 1 during a campaign that also sees them meet reigning Six Nations champions Ireland and Eddie Jones’ England at the Principality Stadium. And head coach Gatland 298

14 January 2019 17:01 40 GAA Matches to be broadcast on TG4 as part of station's spring schedule

TG4 has unveiled their spring schedule for 2019 with details of their GAA coverage for the coming months. Coverage starts on January 27 with coverage of both All Ireland Football and Hurling champions. Monaghan taken on football champions Dublin in Clones, while there will be deferred coverage of Wexford's clash with hurling champions Limerick in the Allianz 99

14 January 2019 06:41 Valverde hails ‘unbelievable’ Messi as Barcelona star reaches LaLiga landmark

Ernesto Valverde hailed the “unbelievable” Lionel Messi after the Barcelona star chalked up yet another landmark in Sunday’s defeat of Eibar. The Argentinian registered his 400th LaLiga goal, in his 435th appearance in the competition, as the the league leaders won 3-0 at the Nou Camp. Messi’s strike, which came between two Luis Suarez efforts, extended 100

13 January 2019 15:01 Former Leeds striker Phil Masinga dies aged 49

Former Leeds striker Phil Masinga has died at the age of 49, the club have announced. The South African played in the Premier League for the Yorkshire club for two years after joining from Mamelodi Sundowns in 1994. "It is with great sadness that the club has learnt of former striker Phil Masinga's passing. The thoughts of everyone at #LUFC are with his family 98

12 January 2019 12:48 No-deal Brexit ‘could lead to temporary shortages of seasonal produce’ in Britain

A no-deal Brexit could lead to temporary food shortages of seasonal produce in the UK, a former adviser to Environment Secretary Michael Gove has warned. James Starkie, who quit his role in protest over Theresa May’s withdrawal deal, said people would not go without the food they need on a weekly basis if Britain crashed out of the European Union 98

12 January 2019 07:49 Event to commemorate 100th anniversary of first Dáil

Sinn Féin is hosting an event in Dublin today to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the first Dáil. An exhibition opens at the Mansion House on Dawson Street at 11.30am, followed by the main event at 2pm which includes an address by Sinn Féin Leader Mary Lou McDonald. The party's spokesperson for Heritage and Culture, Aengus Ó Snodaigh, says it is important 112

12 January 2019 04:30 Apple eyes three new iPhones to succeed XR

Apple plans to launch three iPhone models this year with some new camera features, including three rear cameras for the most expensive model and two for the other models, reported the Wall Street Journal. The new iPhones will succeed the XR model that has shown sluggish demand, which according to Apple was due to weak sales in China. That led several 104

11 January 2019 17:51 Liverpool legends to take on Ireland XI at Aviva to raise funds for Sean Cox

A team of Liverpool Legends will take on a team of Republic of Ireland Legends in a unique game at Aviva Stadium in a fundraising drive for Sean Cox. Former Reds will line up against an Ireland XI legends team on Friday, April 12. Proceeds raised from the game donated to the Sean Cox Rehabilitation Trust. A gala dinner in aid of the SupportSean campaign 95

11 January 2019 16:34 Independent News & Media to seek staff redundancies, report

The media group, Independent News & Media (INM), has opened a voluntary redundancy scheme for its editorial staff. According to the Irish Times, the company will be seeking 35 redundancies, 25 of which will be journalists. INM's titles include the Irish Independent, the Corkman, Irish Daily Star, Sunday Independent, the Herald, Sunday World and Belfast 83

10 January 2019 17:48 Sport and entertainment shows keep Irish viewers glued to their TVs

Dermot Bannon, the Late Late Toy Show and the Eurovision Song Contest all had Irish viewers glued to their TV screens last year. But it was sporting exploits at home and abroad that had most people settling down in front of the television in 2018. Figures from industry monitoring body, TAM Ireland, show that sporting fixtures - including Ireland's rugby 92