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Tuesday 5 October, 2010

From The42 Elwood ready for Italian unknowns Challenge Cup

Elwood ready for Italian unknowns

Connacht manager readies troops for match against European rugby newcomers Cavalieri Prato.

Rugby legend Moss Keane dies at the age of 62

Tributes flow in as the Munster legend succumbs to cancer.

From The42 ‘An Claiseacach’ – Bohs and Rovers do battle in crucial derby Dublin Derby

‘An Claiseacach’ – Bohs and Rovers do battle in crucial derby

Bitter rivals paired off in match which should decide who ends up with league winners’ medals at the end of the season.

From The42 Tom Brady gets 100th career win as Pats hit form NFL This post contains videos

Tom Brady gets 100th career win as Pats hit form

Brady’s Patriots have a record-breaking night as they rout Dolphins.

From The42 Workforce trainers to decide over inclusion after Arc run Breeder's Cup

Workforce trainers to decide over inclusion after Arc run

Epsom Winner could be headed stateside after win in Longchamp.

From The42 A political low blow: Bolivian president knees rival in groin Ouch! This post contains videos

A political low blow: Bolivian president knees rival in groin

Watch as Evo Morales knees a rival politician during heated parliamentary derby.

From The42 Olazabal gets Monty's blessing for Ryder Cup captaincy Ryder Cup

Olazabal gets Monty's blessing for Ryder Cup captaincy

Legendary Spaniard tipped as European captain for Chicago 2012.

From The42 Mafi's citation could rule him out of Heineken Cup opener Magners League

Mafi's citation could rule him out of Heineken Cup opener

Citing complaint against Munster centre for high tackles on Gordon D’Arcy and Rob Kearney.

From The42 In pictures: Europe's Ryder Cup win Ryder Cup This post contains images

In pictures: Europe's Ryder Cup win

Choice images from Europe’s Ryder Cup win

Sunday 3 October, 2010

Brazil to choose successor to Lula

Brazil goes to the polls- with a clown among hundreds hoping for election nationwide.

Two men have appeared before Longford District Court charged in connection with an incident which left an 11 year-old girl badly burnt last Thursday night. Both were charged with criminal damage and committing arson. The girl is said to be in a stable condition in Crumlin Children’s Hospital.

From The Daily Edge Wife of trapped Chilean miner meets mistress at vigil In A Hole

Wife of trapped Chilean miner meets mistress at vigil

Stand-off begins as both wife and mistress announce they are waiting on Yonni Barrios to emerge from the mine.

O'Keeffe says he 'won't wear the Budget if there are cuts'

Ned O’Keeffe says he could withdraw support for government, and that he and other TDs “won’t wear the Budget if there are cuts” in welfare payments.

From The42 Rain stops play at Ryder Cup again Ryder Cup

Rain stops play at Ryder Cup again

Twelve singles set for Monday, while play scheduled to resume today at 1.30.

New poll puts pressure on Kenny, Cowen

Sunday Independent/Quantum Research poll puts Brian Lenihan and Eamon Gilmore as most popular politicians.

A man in his twenties has died following a road crash at Grangebellow near Drogheda at 10.30pm last night. The three other people in the car have been taken to Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Drogheda, and the road remains closed for a forensic examination.

250 jobs for Dublin as Forever 21 makes its European debut

Hugely popular US chain to open landmark Jervis St. store

USA to issue European travel alert

American citizens to be advised to stay vigilant in tourist areas amid fresh fears of a terrorist attack on Europe.

A TWENTY-TWO year old man has been released without charge by Gardaí investigating the death of a forty-eight year old man in Limerick on Friday night. A post-mortem is due to be carried out on the body of Joe O’Donnell, who died in hospital following an assault at his home in the Hyde Road area of Limerick, later today.

Limerick areas excluded from Street View

Gangland areas left out of Google’s mapping service.

The 9 at 9: Sunday

Things you need to know by 9am.

Saturday 2 October, 2010

Sinn Féin tables no confidence motion in Brian Lenihan

Gerry Adams calls on Fine Gael and Labour to back the motion.

Planned Al-Qaeda attacks were allegedly to be financed by Bin Laden

Suspected terrorist says that Bin Laden both approved and planned to finance potential attacks on Europe.

New footage of Cementgate

New footage shows Cementgate as it actually happened.

Fresh protests outside Icelandic parliament

Further protests in front of Icelandic parliament, PM and wife of president pelted with eggs.

From The Daily Edge U2 producer says last album was a failure Ambience This post contains videos

U2 producer says last album was a failure

Steve Lillywhites says No Line on the Horizon “did not recreate the North African ambience it had intended to”. Sorry, what?

Labour would push back Metro North, says Gilmore Transport This post contains images

Labour would push back Metro North, says Gilmore

Labour leader says that he will make substantial changes to the National Development Plan including postponing Metro North.

The web reaction to 'Chimpgate' Chimpgate This post contains images

The web reaction to 'Chimpgate'

The Daily Telegraph claims that Citigroup investors made ‘chimp noises’ at Minister for Finance Brian Lenihan and heckled him in a conference call. The Department of Finance denies the claim. Here’s a few glimpses into what the web thought.

Eleven-year-old girl hospitalised after arson attack

Longford petrol bomb attack leaves 11 year-old badly burnt and in Crumlin Children’s Hospital.

Fisher Price forced to recall toys

Toy manufacturer recalls more than 3,000 toys and high chairs in Ireland as part of global recall.

Train crash kills 36 in Indonesia

Waiting train smashed into by train coming from Jakarta, leaving 36 dead and dozens injured.

From The42 Aviva stadium gears up for Leinster versus Munster Magners League

Aviva stadium gears up for Leinster versus Munster

Will the cross-country derby provide the Aviva stadium with its first truly memorable match?

RBS most exposed bank to Irish debt RBS

RBS most exposed bank to Irish debt

Royal Bank of Scotland has a net exposure of £4.3 billion to Irish government debt.

Thursday 30 September, 2010

From The42 Clubs will stop "playing chicken" under new transfer system -Fifa FIFA

Clubs will stop "playing chicken" under new transfer system -Fifa

New online system will eliminate “grey area” on transfer deadline day.

Wednesday 29 September, 2010

From The42 Existing US pairings OK with Pavin Ryder Cup

Existing US pairings OK with Pavin

USA continues preparation for Ryder Cup as Tom Watson advises Pavin to stick with more of the same.

From The42 Leeds go 4-1 up before half time... and lose 6-4 How? This post contains videos

Leeds go 4-1 up before half time... and lose 6-4

Watch as Leeds somehow blow a four-goal lead.

From The42 Connacht and Ulster name squads for weekends Magners League

Connacht and Ulster name squads for weekends

Connacht may recall Johnny O’Connor and Aidan Wynne, while Ruan Pienaar could feature for Ulster

From The42 Munster name squad for crunch Leinster match Magners League

Munster name squad for crunch Leinster match

McGahan says Munster won’t underestimate under-strength Leinster.

From The Daily Edge Bill Clinton's holiday album Visit This post contains images

Bill Clinton's holiday album

As Clinton visits Northern Ireland, we compile photos of Bill abroad and some choice quotes.

By the numbers: the new Dáil session

The figures that you need to know as the new Dáil session begins.