# joe-oâ€™reilly - Today’s News
The Boss plays two shows in Croke Park this May.
Pro12 leaders Ulster face Glasgow tomorrow night.
The 28-time capped Springbok will join later this summer.
I can feel them on me.
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Shoulder pads galore.
Liverpool’s decision to cancel their planned ticket price increase has earned praise from former defender Jamie Carragher.
One of its board members claimed that anti-colonisation had a negative effect on India soon after it caused Facebook to withdraw its Free Basics service.
What a wonderful, thoughtful gift.
Joe Schmidt will name his XV later today.
We know how to make ourselves feel right at home.
Golden State Warriors made some history as they racked up another win before the All-Star break.
But Reinhold Hanning is unlikely to serve time over his role at the death camp.
Drivers want significant pay increases.
“I’m never going to get up to 88 in this traffic.”
The woman’s son rang Liveline and the ambulance arrived a few minutes after he spoke on the radio.
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The bodies of Sian Blake and her sons were discovered in the garden of their home in London last month.
World Rugby won’t be taking any action.
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Short, sharp and intense.
His father died just a month ago.
The strike began this morning and will continue until Saturday.
It’s the second fatal bus crash in two days in France.
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“I know you think I’m a kid and not good with girls but I had four girlfriends when I was seven.”
The proposals were discussed during a debate last night.
The Irish coach is set to leave Harlequins at the end of the season.
Many supporters boycotted the Copa del Rey semi-final second leg against Barcelona at the Mestalla.
The Labour leader is in serious trouble.
The teenager had been missing from the Clondalkin area.
He remains in custody in Boston.
One observer said it was most likely the “worst ever” crossing from France and it was “lucky the ship was not lost”.
Both Chris Christie and Carly Fiorina are calling it quits.
Web Summit CEO Paddy Cosgrave gives his thoughts on how startups can attract some of that talent.
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Michael Owen has urged Liverpool to be more transparent with Daniel Sturridge’s injury issues.
She was there to talk about her work with refugees. Eeek.