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Wednesday 29 September, 2010

From The42 Champions League mop-up: London calling Mop-up This post contains videos

Champions League mop-up: London calling

Chelsea outclass Marseille, Arsenal in closer-than-it-seemed win and Real struggle past Auxerre.

From The Daily Edge Commonwealth Games unveil secret policing weapon... monkeys Commonwealth Games

Commonwealth Games unveil secret policing weapon... monkeys

Games officials enlist the help of Langur monkeys as problems with packs of wild monkeys grow.

From The42 Are McIlroy and Tiger set for a showdown? Ryder Cup

Are McIlroy and Tiger set for a showdown?

Rory still says he’d love to play Tiger… after dismissing the world number one’s chances last week.

From The42 Ireland u23 fight for victory in Estonia Shaun Williams

Ireland u23 fight for victory in Estonia

U23 side get precious 1-0 win in Talinn.

Sunday 26 September, 2010

A MAN HAS been charged by the PSNI for the unlawful possession of firearms and on a number of terrorism-related offences. The 54 year-old was arrested on Friday night in Newry, during an operation in which officers say they made a “significant”  firearms find, and is due to be brought before Newry Magistrate’s Court tomorrow.

Boat of activists leaves Cyprus for Gaza

Nine activists attempt to deliver toys and medicine to Gaza, saying they will not resist any Israeli attempts to board the boat.

Earthquake hits Eastern Indonesia

Indonesian province of Maluku hit by 6.0 strength earthquake.

A 38 year-old man is in a critical condition in hospital after an assault in Killyclogher, Tyrone in the early hours of this morning. The man was attacked outside a bar at 1.40am, and a 25 year-old has been arrested in connection with the attack.

Dep. of Social Protection using Facebook to out frauds

Facebook used to check up on relationship status of single parents.

German bus crash leaves ten tourists dead

Ten Polish tourists dead and thirty thought to be injured after their bus crashes into the column of a bridge on main motorway.

Ed Miliband emerges victor, pledging to 'turn the page'

“A new generation” of Labour steps forward as Ed defeats David by just 0.7%

From The42 Brian O'Driscoll is Ireland's most popular sports star Poll

Brian O'Driscoll is Ireland's most popular sports star

BOD number one for second year in a row, fending off Padraig Harrington, Roy Keane and Sonia O’Sullivan.

McGrath's support for government is 'conditional'

Former Fianna Fáil chief whip says that his support for the government hinges on the retention of acute services at South Tipperary General Hospital.

FG's Hayes backs Higgins of Labour for presidency

Fine Gael TD for Dublin South-West publicly backs Labour’s Michael D for presidency.

Saturday 25 September, 2010

In pictures: The Lehman Bros art auction In Pictures This post contains images

In pictures: The Lehman Bros art auction

Art which once adorned the walls of Lehmans’ London offices goes on sale at Christie’s this Wednesday.

Japan refuses Chinese demands for apology over captain's arrest

Trawler captain’s release not enough for China as diplomatic dispute intensifies.

A 37-YEAR-OLD man is set to appear in court this afternoon in connection with the murder of 62 year-old Cork taxi driver Mick Healy. Healy was found dead at his flat in Rocksprings last Monday. Father-of-two Healy died from a blunt force head injury, according to a postmortem.

Sicilian airport remains closed after jet lands off runway

Thirty passengers injured after plane lands on tarmac during heavy rain.

From The42 Draw pits Arsenal against Newcastle Carling Cup

Draw pits Arsenal against Newcastle

Toon must travel to London for the second round in a row while Man U face Wolves.

Maliki rejected again as Iraqi PM

Leader of largest Iraqi party says no to any coalition with Maliki at its helm.

From The Daily Edge Italian artist unveils 20 foot middle finger to stock exchange Middle Finger

Italian artist unveils 20 foot middle finger to stock exchange

Maurizio Cattelan says his sculpture- titled L.O.V.E. – represents capitalism.

Computer worm could infect Iranian nuclear power plants

Bushehr nuclear reactor could be at risk as Stuxnet worm ravages internal systems in Iranian plants.

AN 18-YEAR-OLD woman has been arrested after a serious stabbing in Belfast overnight. A man in his thirties was stabbed several times at Donegal Pass at around 12,30am, and is in a serious condition in hospital.

From The42 Commonwealth Games President says more work is needed Games

Commonwealth Games President says more work is needed

Mike Fennell says he has been encouraged by recent improvements but more work is needed.

A ROAD CRASH near Dungannon, Co. Tyrone has left a twenty-seven year old woman dead. The crash happened just after 5am this morning, and three others in the woman’s vehicle are being treated in hospital but their injuries are not thought to be life-threatening.

Obama condemns claims that US was behind 9/11 Iran This post contains videos

Obama condemns claims that US was behind 9/11

US President brands claims made by Ahmadinejad as “hateful”, while the Iranian President goes on Fox News to criticise sanctions and accuse US of propagating terrorism.

Friday 24 September, 2010

From The42 Major revamp for Ascot as hosting of Champions' Day confirmed Champions' Day

Major revamp for Ascot as hosting of Champions' Day confirmed

Champions’ Day moves from Newmarket to Ascot to become Britain’s Richest Race.

From The42 Magners League Meltdown Magners League

Magners League Meltdown

Connacht and Ulster ready the troops ahead of inter-provincial derby, Leinster miss Jonny again and Munster miss The Bull.

From The42 Rovers and Mons prepare for historic final EA Sports Cup

Rovers and Mons prepare for historic final

Exercising demons is the order of the day for Rovers, but in-form Mons can aim for a first-ever cup win.

From The42 Sofa Supporter: Your guide to sport on TV this weekend Sofa Supporter

Sofa Supporter: Your guide to sport on TV this weekend

All the sport that’s fit to watch.

From The42 Scotland and New Zealand to participate in Games Games

Scotland and New Zealand to participate in Games

Two countries confirm they will attend troubled Games as athletes begin to arrive.

From The42 Jackies name team for All-Ireland final All-Ireland

Jackies name team for All-Ireland final

Just the one change for Dublin as they prepare for Sunday’s All-Ireland final against Tyrone.

From The42 Donald and Casey tied for lead in Atlanta Tour Championship

Donald and Casey tied for lead in Atlanta

Donald builds up for Ryder Cup, while Casey builds up to what might have been.

From The42 NI athletes to decide on Commonwealth Games participation Commonwealth Games

NI athletes to decide on Commonwealth Games participation

Northern Ireland could withdraw from troubled Games, despite urging from all quarters to participate.

From The42 14 Tipp hurlers make All Star list

14 Tipp hurlers make All Star list

Chanpions lead the way in nominations, while Shefflin looks for record-breaking tenth award.

Wednesday 22 September, 2010

From The42 Ireland's Rugby League stars gear up for European Cup Rugby League

Ireland's Rugby League stars gear up for European Cup Exclusive

Irish Rugby League squad named for European Cup with qualification for next year’s Four Nations on offer.

Tuesday 21 September, 2010

From The42 Williams cruises into fourth round World Open

Williams cruises into fourth round

The Welsh Wonder produces a fantastic third-frame 95 to dispatch Ali Carter and go through to the last 16.

From The42 David Wallace named in Munster squad Magners League

David Wallace named in Munster squad

John Hayes likely to participate, despite picking up back injury in training.

From The42 Ulster recall Wallace and Tuohy for Connacht calsh Magners League

Ulster recall Wallace and Tuohy for Connacht calsh

Internationals come back but Pienaar must wait longer for his debut.

From The42 Four left in contention for Mayo job Mayo GAA

Four left in contention for Mayo job

Tommy Lyons, John Maughan, James Horan and Anthony McGarry all still in the running.