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Senator hits out at name-calling tactics to silence dissenting opinions

Senator hits out at name-calling tactics to silence dissenting opinions

Senator Sharon Keogan Meath Senator Sharon Keogan has hit out at the increased use of labels such as 'far-right', 'racist' and 'xenophobe' for the purpose of silencing dissenting opinions describing it as ... "political and intellectual laziness" which has "infiltrated irish politics". Speaking to the Seanad earlier this
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South Dublin- State being investigated at 'highest level' over alleged breach of planning laws

South Dublin- State being investigated at 'highest level' over alleged breach of planning laws

South Dublin County Council have confirmed that an investigation "at the highest level" is underway following a number of complaints to Planning Enforcement that the State is operating an illegal settlement for Asylum Seekers in the Clondalkin area. The complaints relate to the State's use of a 4-5 Storey Office
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Senator hits out at name-calling tactics to silence dissenting opinions

Senator hits out at name-calling tactics to silence dissenting opinions

Senator Sharon Keogan Meath Senator Sharon Keogan has hit out at the increased use of labels such as 'far-right', 'racist' and 'xenophobe' for the purpose of silencing dissenting opinions describing it as ... "political and intellectual laziness" which has "infiltrated irish politics". Speaking to the Seanad earlier this
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South Dublin- State being investigated at 'highest level' over alleged breach of planning laws

South Dublin- State being investigated at 'highest level' over alleged breach of planning laws

South Dublin County Council have confirmed that an investigation "at the highest level" is underway following a number of complaints to Planning Enforcement that the State is operating an illegal settlement for Asylum Seekers in the Clondalkin area. The complaints relate to the State's use of a 4-5 Storey Office
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Innovative coaching work-shops ready for pilot testing

GAA
By John Harrington An innovative approach to delivering practical coaching sessions in Gaelic games is almost ready for pilot testing.Facilitated by the renowned Liam Moggan, commonly known in Irish sport as The Coachs coach, a team of 18 of the brightest minds in Gaelic games put their heads together last
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Lar Wall is enjoying The Downs adventure

GAA
By Cian OConnell In sport timing really matters. Lar Walls managerial adventure is continuing with The Downs, who contest a Westmeath SFC final against St Lomans at TEG Cusack Park on Sunday.Before that Wall had a thoroughly enjoyable stint with Gaeil Colmcille in Meath, nearly claiming county glory a couple
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O'Sullivan relishing another Asian Gaelic Games weekend

GAA
By Cian OConnell Just over a decade ago John Alan OSullivan was in Croke Park winning an AIB All Ireland Junior Football Championship with St Marys, Caherciveen.That OSullivan was chairperson of the club at that time merely added to the sense of satisfaction at GAA headquarters.OSullivan remains as passionate as
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2022 Beko Club Champions Announce

2022 Beko Club Champions Announce

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Home 2022 Beko Club Champions Announce October 5th, 2022Since 2017, Beko, official partner of Leinster GAA has given over160,000 worth of training equipment to clubs the length and breadth of the province. This year the Beko Club Champion Competition returned, we asked you to nominate your Beko
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2022 Beko Club Champions Announced

2022 Beko Club Champions Announced

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Home 2022 Beko Club Champions Announced October 5th, 2022Since 2017, Beko, official partner of Leinster GAA has given over160,000 worth of training equipment to clubs the length and breadth of the province. This year the Beko Club Champion Competition returned, we asked you to nominate your Beko
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Johnny Doyle remains optimistic about Kildare's potential

GAA
By Cian OConnell There are so many things that influence players, Johnny Doyle says about trying to translate underage potential into senior success.A couple of Leinster U20 titles and an All Ireland title at that level in 2018 illustrated the considerable work carried out by Kildare.Remaining a consistent force at
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Cork SFC: Barrs and Nemo to contest final

GAA
The Bons Secours Hospital Cork Premier SFC final will be an all-city affair between holders St Finbarrs and Nemo Rangers after they triumphed in semi-finals at Pirc U Chaoimh on Sunday.The Barrs faced Castlehaven for the third year in a row in the last four but, while penalty shootouts were
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Offaly SHC Final: Shinrone break new ground

GAA
Molloy Environmental Systems Offaly SHC Final Shinrone 0-26 Kilcormac-Killoughey 2-13Kevin Egan at O'Connor Park The pain of nearly 140 years was washed away in rapturous scenes of celebration at the end of this afternoons Offaly senior hurling championship final in O'Connor Park as Shinrone held on to record a fully-deserved
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Carlow SFC Final: Palatine edge out Tinryland

GAA
Carlow SFC Final Palatine 2-8 Tinryland 2-6By Kieran Murphy at Netwatch Cullen Park All the tension and excitement took place in the final quarter of the Carlow senior football final at Netwatch Cullen Park on Sunday with Tinryland overturning a nine point deficit early in the second half to get
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Westmeath SHC Final: Mangan steers Castletown-Geoghegan to glory

GAA
Westmeath SHC Final Castletown-Geoghegan 0-22 Clonkill 1-14By Gerry Buckley at TEG Cusack Park After a five-year wait, Castletown-Geoghegan are Westmeath senior hurling champions, the side managed by former Westmeath football star Alan Mangan full value for their five-point win against Clonkill in ideal conditions at TEG Cusack Park, Mullingar Having
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Laois SHC Final: Clough-Ballacolla triumph again

GAA
Laois SHC Final Clough-Ballacolla 1-24 Camross 0-16By Steven Miller at MW Hire O'Moore Park Clough-Ballacolla have won the Laois senior hurling title for the third year in a row following an impressive win over old foes Camross in OMoore Park.Not since 1918 had a team from the Clough-Ballacolla
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Dublin SFC SF: Crokes return to decider

GAA
Dublin SFC semi-final Kilmacud Crokes 0-12 Thomas Davis 1-3By Paul Keane at Parnell Park An early scare aside, Kilmacud Crokes were comfortable victors at Parnell Park where Galway star Shane Walsh led the scoring to secure their return to the Dublin SFC final.Holders Crokes conceded 1-1 before they eventually got
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Dublin SFC SF: Na Fianna advance

GAA
Dublin SFC semi-final Na Fianna 1-14 Ballyboden St Enda's 0-7By Paul Keane at Parnell Park A dream double of Dublin senior footballand hurling titles remains on the cards for Na Fianna after powering beyond Ballyboden St Enda's to secure their football final place.Lar Norton's side laid the foundation for a
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Wicklow SHC Final replay: Bray retain title

GAA
Wicklow SHC Final replay Bray Emmets 2-16Glenealy 2-8By Brendan Lawrence at Aughrim Bray Emmets became only the third ever hurling team to win four titles in a row in Wicklow after they defeated Glenealy following an interesting Lightning Protection Ireland Senior hurling final replay in Aughrim on Saturday.A storming second-half
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St Vincents manager Tony Dunne speaks to DubsTV after Go Ahead SFC2 semi final win over Plunketts

St Vincents manager Tony Dunne speaks to DubsTV after Go Ahead SFC2 semi final win over Plunketts

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Na Fianna coach Conor Scully speaks to DubsTV after Go Ahead SFC1 semi final win over Ballyboden

Na Fianna coach Conor Scully speaks to DubsTV after Go Ahead SFC1 semi final win over Ballyboden

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Brian Mullins RIP

GAA
Former Dublin midfielder Brian Mullins has died following a short illness.Widely regarded as one of Gaelic Footballs greatest players, Mullins enjoyed a glittering career with club and county.A Dublin GAA statement said: In the recent past it has been often said that Dublin teams stood on the shoulders of giants.
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Britain GAA launches training programme for coaches and volunteers

GAA
By Cian OConnell A comprehensive coach education and volunteer training programme for Britain GAA commences this weekend.Stephen Lavery, head of games development and operations, with Britain GAA has worked alongside the counties and coaches involved. We officially launched the programme at our Provincial Council meeting on September 2 in Leeds,
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Vinny Corey ratified as new Monaghan manager

GAA
By Cian O'Connell Vinny Corey has been ratified as the new Monaghan senior football team manager.The former Monaghan captain has been given a three year term. Corey was involved when Samus 'Banty' McEnaney was in charge as a coach and selector.A Monaghan GAA statement said: "Vinny with his backroom team
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Dublin Masters Football manager Martin Hughes chats to DubsTV ahead of All-Ireland Masters Final

Dublin Masters Football manager Martin Hughes chats to DubsTV ahead of All-Ireland Masters Final

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Reflecting on the 2022 Canadian National Championship (CNC) - Toronto

Reflecting on the 2022 Canadian National Championship (CNC) - Toronto

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Britain GAA launches training programme for coaches and volunteers

GAA
By Cian OConnell A comprehensive coach education and volunteer training programme for Britain GAA commences this weekend.Stephen Lavery, head of games development and operations, with Britain GAA has worked alongside the counties and coaches involved. We officially launched the programme at our Provincial Council meeting on September 2 in Leeds,
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Applications for 2021 and 2022 MacNamee Awards now being accepted

GAA
The GAA MacNamee Awards are held annually to honour excellence in the area of communications, public relations and journalism, specifically related to the activities of the Association. These awards are named after the late Pdraig MacNamee, former President of the GAA, Chairman of the GAA Commission 1969-1971 and member of
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SHC 1 Q/F - Ballyboden St Endas v Lucan Sarsfields

SHC 1 Q/F - Ballyboden St Endas v Lucan Sarsfields

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Na Fianna coach Conor Scully speaks to DubsTV after Go Ahead SFC1 semi final win over Ballyboden

Na Fianna coach Conor Scully speaks to DubsTV after Go Ahead SFC1 semi final win over Ballyboden

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St Vincents manager Tony Dunne speaks to DubsTV after Go Ahead SFC2 semi final win over Plunketts

St Vincents manager Tony Dunne speaks to DubsTV after Go Ahead SFC2 semi final win over Plunketts

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St Vincents camogie co-manager Aoife Drumgoole speaks to DubsTV after Go Ahead Senior 1 final win

St Vincents camogie co-manager Aoife Drumgoole speaks to DubsTV after Go Ahead Senior 1 final win

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Brian Mullins RIP

GAA
Former Dublin midfielder Brian Mullins has died following a short illness.Widely regarded as one of Gaelic Footballs greatest players, Mullins enjoyed a glittering career with club and county.A Dublin GAA statement said: In the recent past it has been often said that Dublin teams stood on the shoulders of giants.
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Laois SHC Final: Clough-Ballacolla triumph again

GAA
Laois SHC Final Clough-Ballacolla 1-24 Camross 0-16By Steven Miller at MW Hire O'Moore Park Clough-Ballacolla have won the Laois senior hurling title for the third year in a row following an impressive win over old foes Camross in OMoore Park.Not since 1918 had a team from the Clough-Ballacolla
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Westmeath SHC Final: Mangan steers Castletown-Geoghegan to glory

GAA
Westmeath SHC Final Castletown-Geoghegan 0-22 Clonkill 1-14By Gerry Buckley at TEG Cusack Park After a five-year wait, Castletown-Geoghegan are Westmeath senior hurling champions, the side managed by former Westmeath football star Alan Mangan full value for their five-point win against Clonkill in ideal conditions at TEG Cusack Park, Mullingar Having
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Wicklow SHC Final replay: Bray retain title

GAA
Wicklow SHC Final replay Bray Emmets 2-16Glenealy 2-8By Brendan Lawrence at Aughrim Bray Emmets became only the third ever hurling team to win four titles in a row in Wicklow after they defeated Glenealy following an interesting Lightning Protection Ireland Senior hurling final replay in Aughrim on Saturday.A storming second-half
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Dublin SFC SF: Na Fianna advance

GAA
Dublin SFC semi-final Na Fianna 1-14 Ballyboden St Enda's 0-7By Paul Keane at Parnell Park A dream double of Dublin senior footballand hurling titles remains on the cards for Na Fianna after powering beyond Ballyboden St Enda's to secure their football final place.Lar Norton's side laid the foundation for a
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Dublin SFC SF: Crokes return to decider

GAA
Dublin SFC semi-final Kilmacud Crokes 0-12 Thomas Davis 1-3By Paul Keane at Parnell Park An early scare aside, Kilmacud Crokes were comfortable victors at Parnell Park where Galway star Shane Walsh led the scoring to secure their return to the Dublin SFC final.Holders Crokes conceded 1-1 before they eventually got
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Cork SFC: Barrs and Nemo to contest final

GAA
The Bons Secours Hospital Cork Premier SFC final will be an all-city affair between holders St Finbarrs and Nemo Rangers after they triumphed in semi-finals at Pirc U Chaoimh on Sunday.The Barrs faced Castlehaven for the third year in a row in the last four but, while penalty shootouts were
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Senator hits out at name-calling tactics to silence dissenting opinions

Senator hits out at name-calling tactics to silence dissenting opinions

Senator Sharon Keogan Meath Senator Sharon Keogan has hit out at the increased use of labels such as 'far-right', 'racist' and 'xenophobe' for the purpose of silencing dissenting opinions describing it as ... "political and intellectual laziness" which has "infiltrated irish politics". Speaking to the Seanad earlier this
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South Dublin- State being investigated at 'highest level' over alleged breach of planning laws

South Dublin- State being investigated at 'highest level' over alleged breach of planning laws

South Dublin County Council have confirmed that an investigation "at the highest level" is underway following a number of complaints to Planning Enforcement that the State is operating an illegal settlement for Asylum Seekers in the Clondalkin area. The complaints relate to the State's use of a 4-5 Storey Office
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