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Tuesday 21 March 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# Lead

All time
# Lead
Hamilton's dreams of record-breaking 8th world title hanging by a thread as Verstappen wins Mexico Grand Prix
The British star is now 19 points behind his rival.
# Andhra Pradesh
Lead and nickel found in blood of patients in India with mystery illness
Health officials and experts are baffled by how the heavy metals got into the patients’ blood.
# deep dive
Analysis: How Ireland gave up a 12-3 lead to be shocked by Japan
We take a look at the litany of Irish errors that allowed Japan’s brilliance to flourish.
# Cathedral
Cleanup halted and schools closed amid reports of lead contamination risks at Notre Dame
A French environmental group has lodged a court case over the allegedly dangerous lead levels.
# Safety
Watchdog to target discount and hardware stores for banned hazardous chemicals
The Health and Safety Authority has today launched a nationwide inspection campaign.
# breathing space
Leicester earn huge win to extend lead at the top
Riyad Mahrez scored once again for Claudio Ranieri’s high-flying Foxes.
# trumped
Trump under fire as only female candidate takes centre stage in Republican debate
Last night’s debate saw the Republican frontrunner coming under fire from the other candidates.
# Contamination
Replacing lead pipes could cost affected homeowners up to €5,000
The government has announced a grant scheme to help low-income families to replace their pipes.
# Drinking Water
Excessive lead levels in drinking water a 'danger for young children'
It was revealed yesterday that 41 schools, businesses and homes across the country have been found to have excessive levels of lead in the supply because of old pipes.
# Comfortable
All the goals as Manchester United beat West Brom 3-0
The champions looked something close to their best again.
# Climate Change
Ban Ki-Moon: Rich countries 'to blame' for climate change
The UN Secretary-General said that it was only fair that the developed world should bear most of the responsibility in fighting global warming.
# as it stands
American Van Pelt steals the lead in Perth
The world number 24 produced an excellent performance, holing a 15-metre putt from the back tier of the 18th green
# European Tour
Storming start for Graeme at KLM Open in the Netherlands
Graeme Storm takes a two-shot lead into the second round after hitting a superb 63.
# Thefts
Manhole covers and memorial plaques: what's being stolen in the recession?
And what’s being done to prevent it?