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Tuesday 5 December 2023 Dublin: 2°C

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Stephanie Meadow and Leona Maguire earn LPGA Tour cards
The Cavan native’s final round of 71 saw her finish on -6 and joint 33rd at the Symetra Tour Championship.
World Cup teams prepare for strong sanctions of high tackles in Japan
World Rugby’s new framework has brought an increased focus on clamping down on illegal tackles.
9 Mother's Day cards that will beat the ones your siblings get her
It’s not a competition… but it is.
Visa apologises for card issues, says services are 'operating at close to normal levels'
Large queues had formed at ATMs earlier.
TD John Halligan is sending out alien-themed Christmas cards (again)
The Waterford TD traditionally sends his alien-themed cards as an alternative to traditional Christmas scenes.
The 8 drama-filled stages of giving out Christmas cards in primary school
More politics than a Dáil full of TDs.
18 wonderfully Irish alternative Christmas cards
Nollaig Shona.
This Wexford couple's brutally honest greeting cards are simply brilliant
Love the gaff.
This illustrator has designed a line of very Irish greeting cards, and they're amazing
“Cheer up ta f**k.”
OK, this just might be the creepiest Mother's Day card ever
Perfect for all the Norman Bates fans out there, we guess?
16 brilliantly Irish alternative Valentine’s Day cards
Send your Valentine’s love with a dash of sarcasm.
This woman has created birthday cards with the best food puns on them
“Coors you’re getting older.”
This single woman makes an excellent lonely Christmas card every year
We are all Bridget.
A group that 'resents fat people' is handing women these body-shaming cards
The group, called ‘Overweight Haters Ltd’, is targeting women on the London Underground.
A group that 'resents fat people' is handing women these body-shaming cards
The group, called ‘Overweight Haters Ltd’, is targeting women on the London Underground.
If you use WhatsApp on your computer, you should update it as soon as you get the chance
A security bug in the service could put more than 200 million users at risk.
The SIM card as you know it could soon be a thing of the past
The mobile industry is close to agreeing a standard for a new embeddable electronic SIM.
10 brilliant Irish Mother's Day cards to give your mam this Sunday
Don’t have a card yet? Go for one of these.
Looking for an alternative Valentine's Day card this year?
Charlie’s card comes with its own brown envelope.
€1 in every €3 spent in Ireland is now put on a Visa card
A veritable ton of money.
Pound shop sells crap Christmas decorations, then tells everyone about it
Bless all the tiny angles.
"Taking medical cards from sick children is not acceptable" - Michael Noonan
The Finance Minister said seven per cent of people lost their cards after a review.
Number of discretionary medical cards falls by over 16,000
In January 2013, 63,126 were eligible for a discretionary medical card. In April 2014, just 46,535 now have a discretionary medical card.
Pharmacists accuse government of lying on medical card withdrawals
The new head of the Irish Pharmacy Union said that the it was “shocking” that the government denied the cards were being withdrawn.
Armagh win Ladies Division 3 in ill-tempered final
The teams finished 13-a-side in Parnell Park.
Credit Unions could be using debit cards by next year
The facility could be in place for individual credit unions next January.
15 pun-tastic Valentine's Day cards
No one could fail to be impressed by these works of punnage.
UPDATE: AIB cards hit with problems again today
For the second day in a row, debit card holders can’t get money from non-AIB ATMs.
16 brilliantly Irish alternative Christmas cards
Spread festive cheer the way Ireland does best… sarcastically.
Everyone please stop posting your bank card details on Twitter
Just stop.
15 savagely honest love messages from children
“You are middle-aged now.”
Newborn blood samples due for destruction 'could save lives'
The Irish Heart Foundation is calling for people to ask for the cards, which contain genetic data from children born between 1984 and 2002, to be returned to them.
Irish consumers' Visa card expenditure rises to record €15.5bn
According to Visa, €1 in every €7 of consumer spending in Ireland is now on a Visa debit, credit or prepaid card.
Christmas cards keep Daniel's spirit alive - and raise €225,000 for hospice
Daniel Farrell died at just 15 months – but thanks to his family’s Christmas Card initiative, his spirit is being kept alive, his father told
Irish adults carry €78m in cash daily - survey
We also spend quite a bit of time queueing…
New casino to create 50 jobs in Dublin
The Penthouse Casino and Card Club is due to open this month.
Calls for organ donor registry in Ireland
At the launch of Organ Donor Awareness Week 2012, the Health Minister said 2011 was a record year for organ donation in Ireland.
In pictures: 15 of the worst Valentine’s Day cards ever
From light sabres to inappropriate messages – the cards you’d be glad to miss out on…
Open thread: Do you still send Christmas cards?
Post offices have been busy with people sending their Christmas cards before the rush starts – but do you still send cards?
Bored of board games? Try your hand at these…
Monopoly is clearly too close the bone for most of us to play this Christmas. Never fear, Vanilla Ice is here – and he wants you to score ‘rap’ points, dude.