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April 2024
'The Leinster championship is pitiful. Offaly go on to play Dublin and you feel sorry for them'
Last year
'Has he a case to answer there? Probably' - The Sunday Game on O'Donoghue-Kelly incident
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'He got his team selection wrong and I worry that he got it wrong for the wrong reasons'
IRFU will judge Sexton on form rather than age ahead of contract talks
The citizens' assembly on gender equality will meet for the first time this month
'He felt so targeted' - Neville recalls Sterling coming to him in 2016 about 'vicious' treatment
Theresa May orders MP to be suspended after using the n-word
'No means no': Norway sends migrants on anti-rape courses
What is it that makes Irish people fight over wills?
Duffy living up to the hype and 4 more UFC Glasgow talking points
Missing grunt and more talking points before Ulster's Pro12 semi in Glasgow
A group that 'assists people change their same-sex attraction' has meeting in Galway cancelled
Boxing and MMA should address their own problems instead of turning on each other
What does Joan Burton make of Facebook and Apple paying for female workers to freeze their eggs?
World Cup hangout: Messi takes centre stage and plenty more football chat
Custard creams, ROG's handwriting and Burkina Faso; It’s the week in comments
Angry baby easily wins argument with her dad
Dáil to close 21-year-old legal ‘loophole’ on incest
Biggest ever review of taxi regulation to be discussed in Oireachtas
IMO: 'The HSE is finally accepting that they have to move on this issue'
Poll: Should people who pay for sex be named and shamed?
Cyprus eases controls on stricken banks - but keeps €300 withdrawal limit
Column: Why shouldn’t there be ‘abortion on demand’?
Sarah McCarthy
Column: So the Pope has joined Twitter. What will he learn there?
Tony Flannery
Interview: ‘Ireland’s EU Presidency will make no difference’ – Shane Ross
Committee to discuss “conflicted reports” on bank lending
Column: Here's why it matters that has been killed off
Simon McGarr
Top readers' comments of the week
What is the cost of repairing pyrite-damaged homes?
Corruption and the Catholic Church up for discussion at MacGill Summer School
New laws on prostitution 'must address trafficking problem'
Shatter publishes major document on whether Ireland's prostitution laws should change
Eucharistic Congress: Here's why people are attending
Anarchist Book Fair expecting good attendance in Dublin
The top 10 readers' comments of the week
Bailout is “dispossessing poor and vulnerable people” of their money
Cabinet signs off on ‘interim’ €100 household levy
Attention bookworms: fancy a million free books?