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# Report

Yesterday
14th July 2024
Spain overcome England to win Euro 2024
Spain overcome England to win Euro 2024
Last week
7th July 2024 - 13th July 2024
Frawley's stunning drop goals send Ireland to special win in Durban
The replacement out-half smashed over two long-range drop goals to win it for Ireland.
New Ireland boss watches on as incredible goal seals Sligo win over Bohs
Ireland U20 Women fall short against Italy in Parma
This month
July 2024
Netherlands edge Turkey to set up semi-final with England
Netherlands edge Turkey to set up semi-final with England
England beat Switzerland on penalties to secure Euro 2024 semi-finals spot
Kerry comfortably beat Meath to reach All-Ireland semi-final
Springboks have too much for Ireland in bruising first Test at Loftus
Andy Farrell’s men will feel they made too many errors to edge the South Africans.
Derry City's title challenge hit by setback in Sligo
Covid infection rates were more than a third higher in deprived areas
Last-gasp wonder save ensures Turkey reach Euro 2024 quarter-finals
Last-gasp wonder save ensures Turkey reach Euro 2024 quarter-finals
Last month
June 2024
England avoid shock at Euro 2024 as Spain ease into quarter-finals
Spain come from behind against Georgia to book last 8 spot
Bellingham, Kane rescue England from shock Euro 2024 exit to Slovakia
Germany weather storm at Euro 2024, holders Italy knocked out
Switzerland stun holders Italy to reach last 8 of Euros
Armagh reach first All-Ireland semi-final since 2005 after overcoming 14-man Roscommon
St Pat's left frustrated by stubborn Bohemians
Stephen Kenny’s men created some good chances but had to be content with a point ultimately.
Turkey edge into Euro knockout stages with tense win over Czechia
Turkey edge into knockout stages with tense win over Czechs
Louth make history with one-point triumph over Cork
Report exposing 'extreme risks' in National Ambulance Service 'kept under wraps', Dáil hears
Almost one-third of students feel they don't belong at school, says new report
Munster fall flat at Thomond as Glasgow book place in URC final
The province paid the price for an error-ridden display in Limerick.
Savour the last chance to watch a true master in action
Back from recent international exile, Toni Kroos dictated the tempo as Germany eased past Scotland.
Increase of 579% in the numbers of adults in emergency accommodation for more than six months since 2014
Zurich youngster's late equaliser earns Ireland draw with England
Refugees struggling to transition from IPAS accommodation and into mainstream housing
Armagh power to impressive 11-point win over Derry
Kieran McGeeney’s men hit three goals at Celtic Park.
May
May 2024
Poor housing affects mothers' and kids' mental health and relationship with each other
Ireland's 13-year-olds have fewer friends but better familial relationships than a decade ago
Dublin knock 14-man Galway out of championship and advance to Leinster final
A huge win for Micheal Donoghue’s side in Salthill.
Last-gasp Danny Grant goal leaves Stephen Kenny and Pat's frustrated
The former Ireland boss was moments away from his first win since taking over.
Five main takeaways from the bombshell Housing Commission report
The report skewered Government policy over housing and said a radical reset was needed.
Rent inflation has slowed - but so has the increase in supply of homes
Villa edge closer to Champions League after late comeback against Liverpool
Spurs still have faint hopes of securing fourth place.
Most Irish people underestimate the link between eating red meat and climate change - ESRI