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Item believed to have been cut from stuffed head in Cork mansion safari room

More concessions from kinder, cuddlier Ryanair as airline halves controversial excess baggage fee

Michael O'Leary has admitted that Ryanair has an 'image problem'

Pat Lam led Connacht to one of the best wins in the province’s history

Heineken Cup round-up: Pat Lam hails Connacht’s shock win at Toulouse

Connacht coach Pat Lam was delighted at the way his side held their nerve on Sunday to pull off one of the biggest wins in the history of the Irish provincial side and put them back in the hunt for a Heineken Cup quarter-final place.

Simon Calder: The gift of travel – with strings attached

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Simon Calder: The gift of travel – with strings attached

The man who pays his way

Irish unemployment falls to lowest level since 2009

The number of people signing on last month fell to just over 390,000.

Wayne Rooney and Rory McIlroy in the latest Nike advert

Video: Wayne Rooney and Rory McIlroy go head-to-head in latest Nike advert - and Ronaldo swings by to help out the Manchester United striker

The two famous sportsmen take meet each other on the golf course as part of a promotion for Nike's latest Ordem Football

Alberto Contador to lead new team Tinkoff-Saxo

Former Tour de France champion Alberto Contador will front a newly bought-out team next season after Riis Cycling was snapped up by Russian businessman Oleg Tinkov.

Molly Logan in the Tricycle Theatre's 'Once a Catholic'

JD Sports shares jump on better-than-expected sales

An upturn in the fortunes of outdoor clothing brands Millets and Blacks helped owner JD Sports deliver a well-received trading update today.

Dan Mulhall, the new Irish Ambassador for Britain, in his office in the Irish Embassy

Irish ambassador Dan Mulhall urges Britain along path at heart of Europe

The new Irish ambassador to Britain has sounded the alarm over this country’s rising tide of Euroscepticism, urging the UK to remain “fully engaged” in the European Union.

Wales coach Warren Gatland has called for his side to display the same 'never-say-die attitude' that New Zealand displayed last weekend

Wales v Australia: Warren Gatland calls for 'never-give-in attitude' to spark his side into life against southern-hemisphere sides

Gatland praises New Zealand's last gasp victories in both rugby union and rugby league last week and challenges his Wales team to do the same

Wales’ Alex Cuthbert is back from injury and hoping to repeat his Lions try against Australia

Wales v Australia: British and Irish Lions coach Warren Gatland warns: These Aussies are different

Decision making in rugby is not always of the highest order: as the pathetic failure of leadership at Heineken Cup level demonstrates all too painfully, it is only on an unusually good day that some of those running the sport aspire to mediocrity. Yet Warren Gatland, who masterminded the British and Irish Lions victory in Australia last summer, believes the new Wallaby coach Ewen McKenzie made an inspired and brave call in throwing the disciplinary book at 15 members of his tour squad last week.

Ireland claim place in World T20 finals with win over Hong Kong

Ireland have secured their place in next year's Twenty20 World Cup thanks to a fantastic performance from Paul Stirling.

Leicester 20 London Irish 11 match report: Tigers poor run comes to an end

Champions Leicester ended a dismal run in the Aviva Premiership with a 20-11 victory at home to London Irish thanks to two controversial penalty tries.

Duncan Weir is set to become the third player to wear Scotland's No 10 shirt in four games

Scott Johnson eyes up Duncan Weir in the hunt for Scotland’s top 10

The ever-entertaining Scott Johnson, holding Scotland’s coaching reins until Vern Cotter arrives next summer, was talking about Nessie yesterday.

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