# process

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Man United bidders cleared for next stage of takeover - reports
Qatar’s Sheikh Jassim Bin Hamad Al Thani and British billionaire Jim Ratcliffe are both keen on buying the club.
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Ireland reap benefits from trusting 'the process'
Jim Crawford praised his side’s resilience after their late win over Sweden.
'We're conscious of the trend... there have been more cards than ever'
World Rugby publicly launched its new ‘Head Contact Process’ this week.
World Rugby confirms qualification process for 2023 World Cup in France
Ireland are among the 12 nations who have already qualified but there are eight spots remaining.
Man United must spend a 'few hundred million' to challenge for title - Neville
The Red Devils went down 2-0 to West Ham on Sunday.
'We were trying to get him to sing 'Joxer Goes To Twickenham' but he couldn’t pull it off!'
Ireland aren’t getting distracted with a Grand Slam on the line in London this weekend.
Maternity benefit payments in Ireland are backlogged by 'a number of months'
A Department of Social Protection official has said “it is not possible to give an accurate date” for the process of backlogged maternity claims.
Educate Together applying for patronage of four more schools in Dublin and Cork
Patrons are being asked to provide evidence of parental demand by 4 January 2017.
Man was paid €12,500 to process passports for South African and American nationals
He also processed passports for Moldovan and Vietnamese nationals. He will be sentenced next month.
Ireland ignore 'knee-jerk' calls for tactical revolution in Six Nations
Simon Easterby says the squad have has a productive couple of weeks in Carton House.
This is why Google decided a childlike logo was its future
You may have noticed the change last night.
11 stages of grief after McIlroy's untimely football injury
Kiss that Claret Jug goodbye, Rors.
"Substantial progress" in Northern Ireland talks - but Adams not confident they'll wrap up soon
The talks are on a break, and will resume on Monday.
The head of the new policing authority has been picked - but not everyone is happy
The Irish Council for Civil Liberties are unhappy about the process used.
Transitions Optical warns of 60 redundancies as work moves to Asia
It’s expected that redundancies will be completed by the end of the year.
Vhi recovers almost €7m that was overcharged in 2012
A total of €10.5 million was recovered through the actions of its Special Claims Investigation Unit and third party recovery process.
Greyhound wins €2m bin contract with Dublin City Council
The rubbish collection company is ‘saving Dublin City Council €12m a year’, it said.
Reforms in asylum process "not a cure-all"
The Irish Refugee Council has said that the proposed Immigration, Residence and Protection Bill does not address the reasons for Ireland’s low rate of acceptance for protection applicants.
6 Reasons why you didn’t get the job
Why didn’t you get the job? There can be many reasons – and a boss has given their thoughts about some of the reasons people might not be familar with.