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Wednesday 4 October 2023 Dublin: 14°C

# exodus

Last year
Worcester players face having contracts terminated after court hearing
The development is expected to spark an exodus from Sixways.
Clear-out begins as Man United confirm Pogba and Lingard will depart on free transfers
The pair are among several players expected to leave Old Trafford this summer.
Ex-Norwich boss Farke joins Voronin and Lokomotiv manager in leaving jobs in Russia
Ex-Liverpool striker Voronin urged his second home, Germany, to help ‘stop that son of a bitch Putin’ and ‘help the refugees.’
All time
US troops to leave Afghanistan by end of August
The Biden administration said it would continue to provide security systems and humanitarian assistance in the months ahead.
Cricket authorities scramble to bring players home from Covid-hit India after IPL abandonment
The IPL was finally suspended on Tuesday after several cases popped up in the six-city tournament’s bio-secure bubble.
Varadkar to fly to Washington for Paddy's Day as 'slimmed down contingent of ministers' also set to travel
The number of ministers travelling will be pared back if there is no government.
Springboks 10 Pollard signs for Montpellier as Steyn returns to Bulls
Meanwhile, Sale Sharks have added more South Africans to their squad for next season.
Nearly 1,000 civil servants apply to leave Dublin
The majority of requests from clerical officers, who are on the lower end of the civil service pay scale.
With over a week to go, Dublin-bound train tickets for the day of the Pope's mass are nearly sold out
Irish Rail expects all train tickets to the capital on 26 August to be snapped up within days.
200 ESB Siptu members planning on leaving union in solidarity with expelled workers
Former Connect members numbering in the ‘hundreds’ were recently expelled by Siptu at the request of its sister union.
Mayo manager Stephen Rochford facing backroom rebuild as key coaches depart
Remaining selector Joe Keane is expected to stay on into the 2019 season.
Connacht lose backs coach as McPhillips joins Lam at Bristol
The Dubliner has held the position since last June but will depart at the end of the current season.
The Taoiseach WILL go to Washington (and here's where all his ministers are heading)
Let the annual Paddy’s Day exodus commence…
Israel warns of 'arson terror' link to bushfires, as 60,000 flee northern city of Haifa
Ministers have pointed a finger at the country’s Arab minority, sparking uproar.
'There are guys giving up good sums of money to stay where they are'
Ireland head coach Joe Schmidt is heartened to see Irish players staying at home.
Twitter really isn't messing around with its restructuring plans
Four of its top executives are now leaving the company as the company tries to reverse its fortunes.
In full: Where our ministers are going for St Patrick's Day...
The full list has just been confirmed.
Premier League clubs set to lose up to 30 players for African and Asian cups
Big players such as Yaya Toure, Papiss Cisse and Mame Biram Diouf will miss most of next month.
So...Morgan Schneiderlin is really happy about being forced to stay at Southampton
French midfielder tweeted his displeasure after Saints’ chairman revealed he wouldn’t be sold to Spurs.
Miami Heat's Wade joins LeBron James on free agent market
So it’s just gonna be Chris Bosh left in South Beach then?
"This is Armageddon": Thousands flee Balkans floods in Bosnia's worst exodus since war
Fears are growing of dislodged landmines causing injury and animal carcasses spreading disease.
Wales and Lions centre Davies signs for Clermont
The 25-year-old will join the Top 14 club on a two-year deal, continuing the exodus of star names from Wales.
Five players who could be set to leave the Airtricity League
It’s that time of the year again…
Read: An emigrant's letter home from Argentina... in the 1800s
Letters from Lambert brothers home to Ireland form part of exhibition about Irish diaspora in Argentina.
Norris: Who's supporting him now?
Senator David Norris and his remaining campaigners say his bid for the Presidency continues – but many of those who were to nominate him are staying quiet this evening.