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The Sun – Dublin

  • Mark Adair the star of the show as Ireland get off to perfect start against Afghanistan on first day of one-off test
    by Andrew Ryan on February 29, 2024 at 9:38 am

    MARK ADAIR was the star of the show as Ireland dismissed Afghanistan for 155 in the first day of their one-off Test in Abu Dhabi. Ireland replied with 100 for four at the stumps as Curtis Campher fell one short of his half-century. Mark Adair, centre, was in fine form as Ireland beat Afghanistan Afghanistan captain Hashmatullah Shahidi opted to bat after winning the toss. But Adair removed opener Noor Ali Zadran and Rahmat Shah with only 11 on the board. Wickets fell at regular […]

  • Major boost as thousands of Irish homeowners due €190 or €141 cash win in weeks with new shake-up
    by Lauren Kelly on February 29, 2024 at 8:43 am

    THOUSANDS of Irish homeowners are set for a major boost as an energy company has dropped their prices. Bord Gáis Energy is slashing electricity costs by 10 per cent and its gas by 9.5 per cent from today. Thousands of Irish will have more cash in their pocketsGetty Images - Getty Customers can save almost €1,000 per year on dual fuel following two recent price reductions. While people with electricity-only bills will save €190 and those with gas-only will save around […]

  • John O’Shea ‘honoured’ to take interim Rep of Ireland manager’s job as FAI set another deadline for permanent position
    by Neil O'Riordan on February 29, 2024 at 6:05 am

    THE FAI are confident they can avoid looking like April Fools by confirming a permanent Ireland boss after Easter. On top target Lee Carsley’s 50th birthday, the association announced that John O’Shea, 42, would take charge for next month’s friendlies against Belgium and Switzerland. Republic of Ireland have appointed John O’Shea as interim boss FAI were forced to make an interim appointment and made another deadline to appoint Stephen Kenny’s permanent successor The FAI […]

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Dublin Gazette

  • Max Benjamin for Mother’s Day – for the scents you will remember!
    by Rose Barrett on February 29, 2024 at 4:00 pm

    Send love this Mother’s Day to that special woman in your life. Be it Mum, Gran or Nan, Stepmom, Godmother,  or just that favourite Auntie is who always there for… The post Max Benjamin for Mother’s Day – for the scents you will remember! appeared first on Dublin Gazette Newspapers - Dublin News, Sport and Lifestyle.

  • Global Icon Nicki Minaj announces Dublin dare at Malahide Castle
    by Aishling Conway on February 29, 2024 at 3:00 pm

    The one and only Queen of Hip-Hop Nicki Minaj has announced a Dublin show at Malahide Castle on Saturday 6th July as part of her worldwide outing in 2024, Nicki Minaj… The post Global Icon Nicki Minaj announces Dublin dare at Malahide Castle appeared first on Dublin Gazette Newspapers - Dublin News, Sport and Lifestyle.