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Saturday 1 April 2023 Dublin: 9°C

# City

This year
# Hot on the Heels
Manchester City fight back on the field to close on Arsenal atop Premier League
Pep Guardiola’s champions were 3-1 winners over Aston Villa this evening.
# Reaction
Manchester City fume as United come from behind to take derby spoils
City felt United’s equaliser should not have been allowed to stand.
All time
Opinion: 'The litter-picker was in the post. I was snookered'
Rory McNab shares his newfound love of collecting litter along Dublin’s Grand Canal, which has provided an unexpected pick-me-up in lockdown.
# time is ticking
Under-fire Bilic remains calm as speculation on West Brom future grows despite Man City draw
The Baggies frustrated Pep Guardiola’s side at the Etihad.
# long season
Southgate defends decision to pick Manchester players in England squad
United and City both had prolonged campaigns due to their European involvements.
# Confidence
Pep Guardiola optimistic City's Champions League ban will be overturned
The Sky Blues are set to find out whether their appeal has been successful on 13 July.
# sunday blues
More pressure on Arsenal as they're thumped by De Bruyne-inspired Man City
The Belgian dazzled at the Emirates, with a brace and an assist.
# leader material
City players to decide new captain, says Guardiola
The Sky Blues boss was speaking after Wednesday’s 4-1 win over West Ham.
# 12th man
Manchester City first team will cover coaches to Wembley for supporters
City fans will make the trip to London for next month’s FA Cup final and Vincent Kompany and his team-mates are laying on free travel for supporters.
# housing issues
'Damp, mould, swarms of flies and rodent infestation': Galway travellers on state of their accommodation
The issues are detailed in a new report published by the Galway Traveller Movement today.
# Sexton street
Man in his 20s dies after stabbing in Limerick pub
The man received serious stab wounds during an altercation at the pub on Sexton Street North in the city just before midnight.
# life on screen
'When we started, there was no Irish film industry': 30 years of the Galway Film Fleadh
The fleadh, which takes place in July, launches its festival programme this evening.
# Breakdown
Council by council: An extra 118,000 people have registered to vote ahead of tomorrow's referendum
More than 3.2 million people are now registered to vote in tomorrow’s referendum.
# cuirt literary festival
Galway City to turn into literary hub this April
We take a look at what’s on offer.
# Tribute
New Cork bridge could be named after Mary Elmes, the 'Irish Oskar Schindler'
It is hoped construction will begin on the bridge by the end of this year or beginning of 2019.
# Blue moon
Gundogan shines as Manchester City run riot at Basel
His brace puts Pep Guardiola’s side in the driving seat.
# Breaking New Ground
Aguero: 'I would prefer to win the Champions League over the league'
Manchester City’s star striker insists that he would prefer to win Europe’s top prize, one he has never lifted
# Arrest
Suspect arrested after four people stabbed in Munich knife attack
A detained suspect “very strongly resembles” the perpetrator of the attacks, according to the Munich police.
# Occupation
'Irish people are suckers for celebrity endorsements': Dublin council chief on Apollo House
Owen Keegan has criticised the occupation.
# i saw deaths
Seven-year-old girl tweets of being "between death and life" as Aleppo on verge of falling
Retaking the beleaguered city from rebel forces is key for regime head Bashar al Assad’s strategy in the now five-year war.
# plans for change
What would you use the pedestrianised College Green plaza for?
Dublin City Council wants to know.
# Culture Night
A group of volunteers have helped to transform Cork city's streets
When Eoghan Ryan returned to Cork from Australia, he was shocked at the state of some streets – and then he decided to do something about it.
# Fire
Dry cleaners gutted after dramatic blaze in Galway city
Nobody was injured in the fire.
# Limerick City
Boy (13) held at knifepoint by burglar in Limerick home
The man told the boy he would stab him unless he showed him where valuables in the house were kept.
# chasing pack
Rovers end Cork's winning streak in a drab draw in Tallaght
Cork lost ground on league leaders after picking up a single point in west Dublin.
# such great heights
This 1,000ft tower is being built in New York (that's as high as five Liberty Halls)
It would be the tallest building in Brooklyn.
# Cork
Homes evacuated for hours overnight after viable bomb thrown
The Army has now handed the bomb parts back to gardaí for their investigation.
# West Dublin
Firefighters in Dublin tackle blaze in the west of the city
A number of units are present at the scene on Kylemore Road.
# Rebel Sell
This €90 million development is planned for Cork city
A statement by O’Callaghan Properties described the project as “potentially transformational for Cork”.
# booing
Man City could face Uefa charge for booing the Champions League anthem
Fans booed the anthem during last night’s game with Sevilla.
# beep beep choo choo
These are the plans for transport in Dublin for the next two decades
A growing city needs a growing transport network.
# Blaze
Guests evacuated as fire breaks out in Limerick hotel
Several fire engines are currently at the scene.
# look familiar?
Dublin Airport want to find the owner of this 1946 photograph
The picture was left in Terminal One of Dublin Airport yesterday evening.
# Tragedy
"Excellent instructor" and four Britons killed in seaplane crash
The plane had been flying on a sightseeing tour.
# stuck in a moment
Woman who called ambulance for Bono booed at U2 concert in New York
The woman took advantage of her time on the mic to criticise the city of New York.
# Crisis team
Former head shop drug 'Snow Blow' linked to HIV surge in Dublin
The drug is more available now than when the head shops shut down, according to one user.
# Dangerous
Crate of petrol bombs seized from group of more than 20 youths
“What might seem like fooling about can often result in a criminal record.”
# rebel assault
Cork ride out stormy clash with Bray to stay in touch at league's summit
Colin Healy and Adam Mitchell red cards ensured the game finished with just 20 men on the field.
# Bradford
Student (14) arrested after teacher stabbed at UK school
The 50-year-old male teacher was stabbed shortly before 9am at a school in the city of Bradford.
# St Agnes Place
Investigation after house set on fire while small children were inside
Accelerant was poured through the letterbox of the house at around 10.30pm last night.