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How Munster have been working to get their season back on track against Wasps
A crop of talented young players have made an impression at training in Limerick.
Furlong's 'outstanding rugby brain' helps Ireland's leadership group to develop
Captain Johnny Sexton is part of a six-man group that continues to find its voice.
Does Johnny Sexton need more support in his role as Ireland captain?
This week’s episode of The42 Rugby Weekly asked whether the out-half requires more leadership around him.
Connacht's squad paid for four academy players to come to the Pro12 final
This Connacht squad won’t leave any man behind.
Conway hopes a Munster revival can lead to Ireland honours
The Dubliner has made a return to the wing recently after spending much of the season at 15.
Analysis: Connacht's 2-4-2 a symbol of their collective drive under Lam
We take a look at the unity behind the western province’s continuing rise.
What can rugby learn from the World Cup success of Chile?’s rugby department has been viewing the action from Brazil with an open mind.
New TD group would be as different from Reform Alliance 'as night and day'
Three independents have been approaching a number of TDs with the aim of forming a group to push common policies.
13 of the English language's most delightful collective nouns
A wunch of bankers?
Video footage of slavery suspects and victims shows Irish woman in 1997
The Irish woman, Josephine Herivel, is the daughter of a World War II code-breaker, according to reports this morning.
London slavery case couple were leaders of a Maoist collective
The two have been named by British newspapers as Indian-born Aravindan Balakrishnan and his Tanzanian wife Chanda.