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Cycling ace Cavendish opens up about battle with depression
The 34-year-old is just four stage wins shy of equalling Belgian legend Eddie Mercx’s record of 34 stage victories in the Tour de France.
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'I didn't like where the money was coming from' - McIlroy defends Premier Golf League criticism
The world number one says he’s loyal to the PGA.
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'No need to be introducing some other daft notion' - Limerick boss unhappy with GAA maor foirne plan
John Kiely is against the motion going forward to Congress this weekend.
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Hurling hand passes under the spotlight, a day for free-takers and Cork-Limerick intensity
Limerick’s John Kiely was left frustrated with the volume of frees awarded yesterday in Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
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Man United star James urges more people to open up on mental health issues
The Welsh attacker has battled issues of his own and is using his experiences to help others in similar situations.
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'We don't blackguard them' - Limerick boss on hectic playing schedule and hits out at sin bin plan
John Kiely saw his side pick up their second league win against Galway yesterday.
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'No, it's not true' - Guardiola denies he has Manchester City break clause
The Catalan signed a deal last year keeping him at the Etihad Stadium until 2021, but reports had suggested that it included an option allowing Guardiola to depart 12 months early.
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'The game here is devoid of ethic and its integrity is in tatters, but let's not waste this crisis'
Niall Quinn says there is no place for the old ‘Banana Republic FAI’ if the game in this country is to recover from the crisis currently engulfing it.
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'It was hard for me to see Gomez get booed' - Sterling hits out at England fans
The Manchester City star was dropped from the English squad over a clash between the pair.
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Tipp boss: 'I think the President of the GAA wants to leave his own mark, this is being rushed'
David Power doesn’t believe the new football two-tier plans are the solution.
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'They took that right away from me' - Thomas says journalist told his parents about HIV status
The former Wales international revealed his diagnosis to the public last weekend.
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'We always have to justify ourselves': Konta blasts Roland Garros
The French Open women’s semi-finals were played in front of half-empty venues on Friday.
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Six-time Olympic champion Felix criticises Nike's maternity policy
The US track and field star said she had been offered a vastly reduced contract after taking time off during pregnancy.
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'It is a clear message that there are consequences for expressing those beliefs' - Owens backs Folau sacking
Rugby Australia have terminated the full-back’s contract over his homophobic comments on social media.
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'It's been really hard. I shouldn't have to go through that': Alex Scott opens up about social media abuse
The former England defender spoke about the abuse she received during her role as a TV analyst this season.
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'Titles? Forget it. As a group of players, I don't like them': Neville calls for Man United cleanse
Gary Neville has called for his former club to make massive changes after a frustrating season at Old Trafford.
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'I think it’s a load of nonsense' - Waterford boss hits out at GAA ban on training camps
Paraic Fanning is not happy with the GAA’s plans to clamp down on camps from next year.
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'I just don’t think it was very fair' - Dublin star Healy critical of Varadkar's comments on medics
Dublin’s three-time All-Ireland winner Noelle Healy balances her inter-county career with work as an anaesthetist.
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Leigh Griffiths: 'I'm doing all I can to come back as soon as possible, a better and stronger person'
The Celtic striker has thanked fans for their support following his decision to take a break from football.
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'This to my mind continues the trend in seriously questionable stories as well as legal jargon being used in the GAA'
Laois boss John Sugrue has come out against the sanction brought down on their squad.
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'We’re murdering each other every day. Other countries don’t go through this' - Golden State Warriors coach
Steve Kerr spoke about the threat of gun violence in America after 11 people were shot dead in Pittsburgh.
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'No player welfare issues exist': Mayo Ladies issue statement following controversial player departures
The Mayo Ladies senior football squad have fully backed manager Peter Leahy.
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'I have two hearts, one German and one Turkish' - Ozil defends controversial Erdogan photo
Arsenal playmaker Mesut Ozil has broken his silence surrounding a photo taken with the Turkish president.
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GAA President on Dublin's Croke Park games and sorting 2018 fixture issues
John Horan addressed the topic yesterday after the controversy over venues has flared up.
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Brian Lenihan reveals that mental health battle forced his football retirement at 23
Former Cork City and Hull City defender “lucky to have a second chance at life”.
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There has been a sharp increase in the number of whistleblowers contacting the Central Bank
Reports of wrongdoings in the financial sector nearly doubled last year.
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'The only thing I remember about sex education was STIs': Young people have their say on sex education
Recent survey results from Youth Work Ireland have shown how recent events like the #MeToo movement have changed the conversation around sex.
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'It's still a taboo subject in Ireland': Kathryn Thomas spoke about her miscarriages on the Late Late last night
When Thomas suffered her second miscarriage at the six-week mark again, it hit her like “a tonne of bricks” she said.
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Opera singers and musicians accuse world-renowned music conductor of sexual assault
The 81-year-old conductor Charles Dutoit has been dropped from a number of symphonies as a result.
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'He threatened to kill me': Salma Hayek alleges years of harassment from 'monster' Harvey Weinstein
She said Weinstein told her “I will kill you. Don’t think I can’t.”
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The All-Ireland winner who retired at 25 after eight concussions - 'It's not about me, it's about the issue'
Diarmaid McNulty had to call time on playing GAA but wants others to avoid the same outcome.
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'It's deeply saddening that racism is still part of the game we all enjoy and love' - Christie
The Ireland defender has responded to online abuse received since Ireland’s World Cup play-off disappointment.
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'It's a little bit scary - we are going backwards in a democratic state, we've regressed so much'
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has given his thoughts on the decision to imprison Catalan politicians.
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Ashley Judd said she made a deal with Harvey Weinstein to escape his hotel room
“And I said, ‘No. When I win an Oscar.’ And then I just fled.”
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'Be the one to step in. It changed my life': James Kavanagh describes school bullying on Late Late
James Kavanagh was on the show with his brother John, who coaches Conor McGregor.
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'We’ve offered victims thoughts and prayers for three decades. We need to offer something else'
Golden State Warriors’ coach Steve Kerr has been giving his thoughts on another mass shooting in America.
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'You are not alone': Taylor Swift makes 'generous' donation to sexual assault charity
The pop star won a sexual assault lawsuit against a radio DJ on Monday.
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American track great says abortion revelation on eve of Olympics helped others
Sanya Richards-Ross had an abortion on the eve of the 2008 Games, where she won a gold and bronze medal.
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'Not players you have to Google and say, ‘Who’s that?’: Danny Rose in remarkable Spurs criticism
The full-back will surely be spoken to by Tottenham’s top-brass after questioning the club’s transfer policy.
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Nearly half of us wouldn't feel comfortable discussing a mental health issue at work
That is according to the results of a new survey commissioned by One4All.