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Tuesday 28 March 2023 Dublin: 15°C

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Marc MacSharry resigns from Fianna Fáil over handling of complaint made against him
MacSharry accused Taoiseach Micheál Martin of using the complaint “for political gain at national level”.
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Rafael Nadal withdraws from Wimbledon due to injury
The 22-time grand slam winner struggled with an abdominal problem during his quarter-final win over Taylor Fritz.
# Woe
Heartbreak for West Ham in Frankfurt as red card proves costly
Left-back Aaron Cresswell was sent off early on and Hammers manager David Moyes was also dismissed from the sidelines
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Protesters demand expulsion of Russian ambassador in third day of demonstrations
Carrying placards, protesters joined in chants of “Ambassador Filatov, out, out, out”.
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Ireland's Henderson ruled out of Italy clash after positive Covid test
The rest of the squad have tested negative so far this week.
All time
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Spurs eliminated from Europa Conference League after Uefa award Rennes victory
Covid cases left Spurs unable to fulfil the fixture.
# End of the road
Disappointment for Irish as Geelong fall to Melbourne in AFL preliminary final
Zach Tuohy, Mark O’Connor and Stefan Okunbar’s Cats were left licking their wounds after a heavy defeat.
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Simone Biles withdraws from women's floor final
Biles’ return to the Games is looking increasingly unlikely.
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Simone Biles withdraws from individual all-around gymnastics event
The defending champion is not competing as she prioritises her mental health.
# Out of bounds
Graeme McDowell withdraws from Travelers Championship after caddie tests positive for Covid-19
The Portrush man has stood down following Ken Comboy’s test.
Carnage at US Open as four of men's top 10 crash out in opening round
Dominic Thiem, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Karen Khachanov and Roberto Bautista Agut are all out.
# Louth
Fine Gael TD Peter Fitzpatrick resigns from party
The Louth TD campaigned for the Eighth Amendment to be retained in recent times.
# gone
Gerard Craughwell says he's not running for the presidency because he can't afford it
The senator had previously been vocal about his desire to run against Michael D Higgins.
# paper round
'Et tu, Boris?' - British papers react to Boris Johnson's resignation
Johnson resigned as Foreign Secretary yesterday.
# Fraternisation
Intel CEO resigns over 'past consensual relationship' with an employee
Chief Financial Officer Bob Swan will serve as interim chief executive.
# tullow tank
Sean O'Brien set to miss out on Leinster's semi-final clash with Scarlets
The back row may even require surgery on his shoulder injury.
# Skripal case
Coveney says Ireland will 'show solidarity with closest neighbour' over Russian diplomats expulsion
Britain has already expelled 23 Russian diplomats, accusing them of being undeclared intelligence agents.
# Out!
'I'm not where I want to be' - Serena Williams withdraws from the Australian Open
The defending champion says she was ‘super close’ to making it.
# Injury
Olympic hero Murphy to miss World Championships with injury
The silver medallist suffered a knee injury three weeks ago.
Shell has sold its stake in the controversial Corrib gas project for €1bn
A Canadian pension fund snapped up the energy giant’s share.
# no room at the clinic
From September only VHI customers will be able to use VHI SwiftCare Clinics
The health insurance provider wants to ensure its customers have speedy access to the facilities.
# Au Revoir
French player banned from Roland Garros for kissing female reporter during interview
Maxime Hamou grabbed Eurosport journalist Maly Thomas around the neck and shoulders while she questioned him.
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From All-Ireland success to injury heartbreak - Kevin Keane ruled out for 2017
The defender was stretchered off just 11 minutes into Westport’s intermediate club final win at the weekend.
# Off The Buses
Dublin Bus drivers are going on strike after rejecting 8% pay deal
The Labour Court recommended an 8.25% increase over three years.
# Indy Ref 2
Scottish independence campaigners march for a second referendum after Brexit result
In September 2014, Scots voted 55% against Scotland becoming an independent country and leaving the United Kingdom.
# Brexit
"Britain is open for business": Chancellor George Osborne speaks for the first time since Brexit result
Osborne said he would be remaining in his role.
First Faugheen, now Arctic Fire is out of the Champion Hurdle
Not a good week for the Willie Mullins yard.
# Heckled
Micheál and Enda were heckled on the campaign trail this morning
The Fianna Fáil leader was confronted by anti-austerity protesters.
Faugheen is OUT of the Cheltenham festival
The ante-post favourite has suffered a ligament injury.
# schools out for ever
The school-leaving age is set to be increased. Is it a good idea?
It’s currently 16, should it be higher?
# Rowdy
Peter Mathews was thrown out of the Dáil and given an unusual punishment earlier
The independent TD’s refusal to stop talking landed him in trouble today.
# gone
Stuart Lancaster steps down as England rugby head coach
He took the decision after a poor World Cup.
# Out!
Another season without a league title as Gerrard's Galaxy crash out of MLS playoffs
Seattle Sounders handed the star-studded Galaxy a 3-2 defeat last night as the LA keeper has a nightmare.
# Out!
Ireland dealt big injury blow ahead of Germany qualifier
Seamus Coleman will sit out Thursday’s clash.
# abandonné
One of Ireland's three Tour de France participants dropped out today
Sam Bennett had been Lanterne Rouge.
# gone
The man appointed (last month) to head up the IBRC inquiry has quit
The retired judge is stepping down, citing personal reasons.
# Get Out
South Dublin and Salthill water not fit for swimming
And not for the first time. The water at Sandymount and Merrion Strands has been temporarily deemed not fit for swimmers.
# Clare
Shock in Fianna Fáil as former president's son will NOT seek Dáil seat
Dr John Hillery surprised supporters with the decision in the last few days.
# Tick tock
The dramatic rise and fall of Sepp Blatter
We look back at one of the most intriguing weeks in world football.
# gone
Sepp Blatter resigns as Fifa president
Blatter was only re-elected to the role last week.