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# joe-oâreilly - Monday 14 August, 2017

‘Is it something we want to keep doing?’ Cork fans again urged to drop Confederate flag

Civil rights groups call the flag a symbol of “hate and racism.”

From The42 Chelsea want €55 million Van Dijk, United close in on Portuguese prodigy and all today's transfer gossip Speculation

Chelsea want €55 million Van Dijk, United close in on Portuguese prodigy and all today's transfer gossip

Meanwhile, Liverpool are weighing up a move for Napoli’s Lorenzo Insigne.

From The Daily Edge An American tourist tried to conquer his fear of heights by peeking over cliffs on the Aran Islands High Up There
From Business ETC Poll: Do you think companies benefit from more diversity at the top? Opinion This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you think companies benefit from more diversity at the top?

It has been argued that a mix of backgrounds and genders helps boost innovation.

From The42 'It’s not an easy step up' - Ireland boss suggests Maguire has work to do after first call-up LOI Graduate

'It’s not an easy step up' - Ireland boss suggests Maguire has work to do after first call-up

The 23-year-old striker was named in Martin O’Neill’s provisional squad this afternoon.

The 5 at 5: Monday

Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock…

Over 300 dead after mudslide sweeps through Sierra Leone's capital

Thousands have been left homeless and there’s an “overwhelming number of dead” after severe flooding and mudslides in Freetown.

From The Daily Edge What to watch on TV tonight: Monday Tv Picks

What to watch on TV tonight: Monday

This is the telly everyone will be talking about tomorrow.

From The42 Ronaldo handed five-game ban after pushing referee Shove This post contains videos

Ronaldo handed five-game ban after pushing referee

The Real Madrid star was sent off in their 3-1 win over Barcelona last night.

From The42 25 years on from playing in minor final, Waterford and Galway bosses to face off in senior decider We Meet Again

25 years on from playing in minor final, Waterford and Galway bosses to face off in senior decider

Derek McGrath and Micheal Donoghue cross paths once more.

From The42 'You'd think they were in Vegas!': Slick passing and clean offloads all over the top 5 tries from yesterday's WRWC action Poppin' This post contains videos

'You'd think they were in Vegas!': Slick passing and clean offloads all over the top 5 tries from yesterday's WRWC action

There is pace and power all over the tournament, but the subtle touches are to be celebrated.

From The42 'He has fallen back in love with the game': Grayson praises McGeady after first Sunderland goal Revival

'He has fallen back in love with the game': Grayson praises McGeady after first Sunderland goal

The Ireland winger was on target for the Black Cats at Norwich over the weekend.

WWE icon Ric Flair hospitalised, in intensive care unit

After initially dismissing his hospitalisation as ‘routine’, a rep for Flair has asked for public support.

'End of an era': Well-known Donegal pub owner Nan Brennan has passed away

The pub’s famous sisters have garnered national and international attention over the years.

From The Daily Edge A hairdresser's powerful post about cutting the hair of a teenage girl with depression is going viral Empathy
From Business ETC A Wicklow wind farm developer has sued protesters to stop them stalling its project Resource And Energy

A Wicklow wind farm developer has sued protesters to stop them stalling its project

Ballycumber Wind Farm said it will miss its December completion date if the delays continue.

From The42 FAI to investigate claims that Shamrock Rovers player was racially abused Incident

FAI to investigate claims that Shamrock Rovers player was racially abused

Friday’s match was overshadowed by allegations that Graham Burke was the recipient of abuse during the game.

From The42 'You're harping back to the memories we have of those iconic moments': Making the new Irish jersey Fashion Forward This post contains videos

'You're harping back to the memories we have of those iconic moments': Making the new Irish jersey

Jonathan Courtenay of New Balance Football Ireland talks us through the design process for Ireland’s new home and away strips.

Pat Hickey and other key figures criticised for not cooperating with Rio ticketing probe

The 226-page report into the ticketing scandal has been published online this afternoon.

# joe-oâreilly - Thursday 1 January, 1970

DONEDEAL MOTOR MAGAZINE

DONEDEAL MOTOR MAGAZINE

10 genius design features your next car should include - plus spacious motors for your summer road trip

# joe-oâreilly - Monday 14 August, 2017

Can't resist the roar of an engine? Check out these 5 all-American motors

Bring a slice of America to Ireland with a new Ford Mustang or classy Cadillac.

Here's how your local community group could win €5,000 from Honda

After a successful run in Galway last year, the competition is en route to Cork.

Ditch your diesel engine and earn a hefty new-car discount from BMW

If your car has a diesel Euro-4 engine or below, you’re eligible – regardless of the brand.

The new-look Peugeot 5008 seven-seater is finally on sale in Ireland

With its new facelift, it now rivals the Kia Sorento and Skoda Kodiaq.

Range Rover's new luxury Velar SUV is a refined off-roader with heaps of style

Pull up in one of these and you’ll make all the neighbours jealous.

Review: The new Renault ZOE is long on range and easy on the pocket

Melanie May takes Renault’s updated EV for a test drive.

High Court throws out case of homeless mother who was sleeping in a tent outside council building

The woman had argued the council had failed to provide her with emergency housing, but the local authority said it doesn’t have the necessary resources.

From The42 Ulster look to bring in Australia out-half Lealiifano before new Pro14 season Reinforcements

Ulster look to bring in Australia out-half Lealiifano before new Pro14 season

The northern province are exploring the option of bringing the Brumbies captain to Belfast.

From The42 Analysis: Waterford's homework done, Cork's strengths nullified, game-changing moments A Closer Look

Analysis: Waterford's homework done, Cork's strengths nullified, game-changing moments

Waterford showed composure and maturity to kill off the challenge of 14-man Cork.

From The Daily Edge This video of Waterford people singing Don't Stop Believing after the hurling is the definition of scenes Up The Deise
From The42 Burnley give Irish international Ward new contract until 2019 New Deal

Burnley give Irish international Ward new contract until 2019

The 31-year old scored in their win over champions Chelsea at the weekend.

From Business ETC Ryanair wants UK airports to restrict alcohol sales after a spike in boozy travellers Policy

Ryanair wants UK airports to restrict alcohol sales after a spike in boozy travellers

There has been a significant rise in passenger disturbances caused by excessive drinking.

My Favourite Drive: Leo Nulty on a father-and-son road trip to the Aran Islands

‘Dad’s always the navigator, but he has no time for Google Maps.’

Planning a summer road trip? Here's our pick of the most spacious cars around

Need to take the kitchen sink? These big-booted cars should do the trick.

Skoda, SEAT, VW or Audi? Here's how to choose from Volkswagen's vast range

These four models are all made using Volkswagen’s modular toolkit.

10 genius car design features that should come as standard

From flexible seats to magnetic sun visors, make sure your next car has these.

From The42 Watch: Emotional Mo Farah insists he is a clean athlete Indignation This post contains videos

Watch: Emotional Mo Farah insists he is a clean athlete

The British athlete also confirmed his intention to rebrand as ‘Mohamed’.

From The42 Barrett hails Lions wake-up call for All Blacks and brushes off kicking concerns Kicking Himself

Barrett hails Lions wake-up call for All Blacks and brushes off kicking concerns

New Zealand drew with the British and Irish Lions, a result that Beauden Barrett believes was “just what we needed”.

From Business ETC How good managers can stop themselves from making bad decisions Insights

How good managers can stop themselves from making bad decisions

A single workday can involve a range of choices – here are some tools to help you make the right ones.

New plans would see people in nursing homes given incentives to rent out their home

Campaign groups have warned the government that “vacant housing stock alone” will not solve the housing crisis.

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