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This year
Tipperary manager Cahill hit with proposed four-week ban
The decision comes after the Tipperary manager received a red card during his side’s draw against Limerick.
Last year
Aid bodies suspend Afghanistan operations after ban on women aid workers
The UN also said that some of its time-critical programmes have had to stop temporarily due to lack of female staff.
Female Afghan TV presenters ordered to cover their faces by Taliban
The order came in a statement from the Taliban’s Virtue and Vice Ministry.
All time
Madrid court orders imprisonment of France's Lucas Hernandez for violating restraining order
The 2018 World Cup winner will have to appear before court next Tuesday.
World champion sprinter Coleman hit with two-year doping ban
The American is set to miss next year’s Olympics.
Judge orders Stormy Daniels to pay Donald Trump nearly $300,000 in legal fees
Daniels in her dismissed suit had accused Trump of defamation for characterising as a “total con job” her claims of a presidential affair.
US judge orders separated families must be reunited
The judge also issued an injunction against any more family separations.
Deliveroo is giving all its staff shares in the company, but only a few Irish workers will benefit
The stock options scheme is not available to its thousands of delivery riders.
Jose Mourinho demands consistency from Paul Pogba
The France international produced a stunning display against Premier League leaders Manchester City last weekend.
Australian rapper ran into the sea after running up €420 bill at seafood restaurant
Police were towed to the man on the back of jet-skis.
Squatters in disused Dublin prison could face jail over contempt of court
The squatters had been told to leave the premises by midnight last night.
Court upholds the deportation of Nigerian woman who went into hiding for five years
The woman and her child cannot be identified for legal reasons.
The Grangegorman squatters have no intention of moving...
A High Court order has been passed for the arrest of those who remain, but they intend to appeal.
Irish-born US judge suspended over porn emails scandal
McCaffery exchanged emails with a member of the Office of Attorney General that depicted sexual acts .
Two charged over fire that gutted Orange Order hall
The hall was extensively damaged in the blaze, which broke out in the early hours of the morning on Friday last.
Fatal shooting of Real IRA member by gardaí to be investigated
Mac Lochlainn was shot dead by gardaí in May 1998.
Worker awarded €80k for being told her job no longer existed after maternity leave
The Equality Tribunal said Lisa Mullen was subjected to a “range of unlawful treatment and comments” by her employer.
Judges want to change how judges are appointed
A committee of judges say that the changes are necessary to maintain the impartiality of the judiciary.
Sex offender prevented from travelling under Northern Ireland's first ever Foreign Travel Order
The order prevents the offender from travelling to any worldwide country besides Northern Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales.
South African media warned not to publish pics of president's house - but do it anyway
The South African president’s home has been revamped using taxpayers money – and the government says it’s a security breach to publish any photographs of it.
Denis Naughten: 'It would have been common courtesy to inform me I was being expelled'
Independent TD Denis Naughten has been removed from the Oireachtas Committee on Health and Children.
Developer ordered to complete Co Wicklow estate
An order was made by the Circuit Court this week on the issue. The local council has refused to refund bonds on three other developments completed by the developer.
iPhone agony: Who got one... who didn't?
We round up the saga of the iPhone hunt on Twitter.
11 closure orders served on businesses in August
The FSAI has said it is concerned about the continuously high number of closure orders this year.
Egypt president's order "start of a battle"
The president’s call for the parliament to reconvene could plenge the country into a new bout of instability, say activists.
RTÉ responds to "unsubstantiated" allegations claim
The State broadcaster has set out its reply to claims by the family of the now-deceased Br Ger Dillon that Prime Time made incorrect and unsubstantiated claims about the Christian Brother.