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From The42 'If this goes on indefinitely you have to question if pro rugby is sustainable' Crisis

'If this goes on indefinitely you have to question if pro rugby is sustainable'

IRFU chief warns ‘existence of professional rugby in Ireland’ is under threat in 2021 as sporting bodies seek government help.

From The42 European clubs chief warns that football is in 'crisis-management' mode Fallout

European clubs chief warns that football is in 'crisis-management' mode

Juventus chairman Andrea Agnelli said football will have a revenue drop of four billion euros in two years.

From TheJournal.ie Opinion: 'Lebanon needs help - or the consequences for the Middle East don't bear thinking about' Concern

Opinion: 'Lebanon needs help - or the consequences for the Middle East don't bear thinking about'

Yesterday’s explosion made a desperate situation worse, writes Bríd Kennedy of Concern.

From TheJournal.ie Aircraft maker Airbus warns of 'gravest crisis' as it says it will cut 15,000 jobs Aviation

Aircraft maker Airbus warns of 'gravest crisis' as it says it will cut 15,000 jobs

The main cuts are set to come at the company’s French and German sites.

From The42 'If players refuse to take a pay cut then they will lose credibility' Moneyball

'If players refuse to take a pay cut then they will lose credibility'

Eddie O’Sullivan says ‘rugby’s financial model has been a catastrophe’ but he believes the IRFU will survive this crisis.

From TheJournal.ie Who's calling the shots? - The role of Ireland's public health emergency team and its key players Transparency

Who's calling the shots? - The role of Ireland's public health emergency team and its key players

The team was convened at the end of January this year to coordinate the country’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

From TheJournal.ie Predictable, not inevitable? How Covid-19 spread through Irish nursing homes Crisis

Predictable, not inevitable? How Covid-19 spread through Irish nursing homes

Questions remain about how the coronavirus spread so easily through nursing homes.

From The42 Shamrock Rovers players and staff take 25% pay cut Crisis

Shamrock Rovers players and staff take 25% pay cut

The club have been forced to curtail wages amid the ongoing League of Ireland shutdown.

From The42 ‘This is like a war - Irish sport and the Irish economy will need a Marshall Plan’ Crisis

‘This is like a war - Irish sport and the Irish economy will need a Marshall Plan’

Fianna Fáil sports spokesperson warns that it could be months before we see top-level sport again in Ireland.

From The42 'The IRFU have done it in the most equitable way' - Carty on pay deferrals Uncertainty

'The IRFU have done it in the most equitable way' - Carty on pay deferrals

The Connacht out-half says these are uncertain times for many rugby players.

From The42 Commissioner Goodell tells NFL teams to close facilities Crisis

Commissioner Goodell tells NFL teams to close facilities

Roger Goodell said the shutdown of NFL facilities will carry on until April 8 due to the global health crisis.

From The42 Jose Mourinho helps deliver food parcels to elderly ALTRUISM This post contains videos

Jose Mourinho helps deliver food parcels to elderly

The Portuguese manager volunteered for charity Age UK and community group Love Your Doorstep.

From The42 How are Ireland's Olympic hopefuls dealing with the coronavirus crisis? Pandemic

How are Ireland's Olympic hopefuls dealing with the coronavirus crisis?

Ayeisha McFerran and Judy Reynolds tell The42 about how their preparations for the Games have been disrupted.

From The42 The time to halt the League of Ireland is now, but measures must be taken to protect clubs and players Crisis

The time to halt the League of Ireland is now, but measures must be taken to protect clubs and players

If plan B isn’t already in place, it might already be too late for some clubs, writes John O’Sullivan.

From TheJournal.ie WHO warns Africa is ill-equipped to deal with coronavirus due to 'weaker health systems' Africa

WHO warns Africa is ill-equipped to deal with coronavirus due to 'weaker health systems'

There has been 200 suspected cases on the continent but nearly all have been confirmed negative.

From TheJournal.ie European health ministers convene special meeting over coronavirus outbreak Crisis

European health ministers convene special meeting over coronavirus outbreak

The death toll worldwide has reached more than 1,300 in recent days.

From The42 Ross confident change of government will not affect potential FAI rescue package Crisis

Ross confident change of government will not affect potential FAI rescue package

An intense series of talks between the government, FAI, Uefa and Bank of Ireland will take place over the next few days in a bid to rescue the Irish football body.

From TheJournal.ie Waiting list figures on the rise as more than 550,000 patients waiting for an appointment Crisis

Waiting list figures on the rise as more than 550,000 patients waiting for an appointment

The IHCA criticised the latest figures and said the Government had failed to meet its own 2019 targets.

From TheJournal.ie Harris summoned before emergency Health Committee meeting as 621 people wait on trolleys Trolley Crisis

Harris summoned before emergency Health Committee meeting as 621 people wait on trolleys

The INMO has called on the HSE to implement five new measures.

From TheJournal.ie Varadkar: Irish government 'concerned for escalation of tensions in the Middle East' Crisis

Varadkar: Irish government 'concerned for escalation of tensions in the Middle East'

Crowds, estimated to be in the millions, gathered for the funeral of Soleimani today.

From TheJournal.ie Council street crews called out hundreds of times to clean up discarded needles on Dublin streets Drugs Crisis

Council street crews called out hundreds of times to clean up discarded needles on Dublin streets

The city council recorded over 200 official calls from members of the public in relation to used drug paraphernalia in the last two years.

From TheJournal.ie New York mayor slams 'growing anti-Semitism' in the US following Hanukkah killings Crisis

New York mayor slams 'growing anti-Semitism' in the US following Hanukkah killings

De Blasio announced a series of measures to tackle the problem, including an intensified police presence in Jewish communities

From TheJournal.ie Australian PM under pressure over Hawaii holiday while country battled extreme bushfires Crisis

Australian PM under pressure over Hawaii holiday while country battled extreme bushfires

Scott Morrison visited the New South Wales Rural Fire Service today.

From The42 Uefa bailout FAI's only remaining hope, says Chair of Oireachtas Sport Committee Crisis

Uefa bailout FAI's only remaining hope, says Chair of Oireachtas Sport Committee

The football body are in a mess, and they can’t rely on the State to bail them out.

From The42 Staff criticise lack of information over finances as FAI confirm Oireachtas Committee appearance Crisis

Staff criticise lack of information over finances as FAI confirm Oireachtas Committee appearance

Sports minister Shane Ross and Sport Ireland will not be appearing alongside the football body on Wednesday, however.

From The42 FAI, Minister Ross and Sport Ireland invited to emergency Oireachtas meeting on Wednesday Crisis

FAI, Minister Ross and Sport Ireland invited to emergency Oireachtas meeting on Wednesday

The FAI’s board this evening stressed it was available to meet.

From TheJournal.ie Marine life threatened by dropping oxygen levels in Earth's waters, conservation group says Troubled Waters

Marine life threatened by dropping oxygen levels in Earth's waters, conservation group says

The IUCN said around 700 sites had been identified globally with low oxygen levels.

From The42 FAI confident of avoiding insolvency as appalling finances laid bare Crisis

FAI confident of avoiding insolvency as appalling finances laid bare

The FAI’s auditors refused to state that the football body are a going concern in a devastating set of accounts.

From TheJournal.ie Majority of 140,000 people who died from Measles last year were under five years old Crisis

Majority of 140,000 people who died from Measles last year were under five years old

Four countries in Europe, including the UK, lost their measles elimination status last year.

From TheJournal.ie 'People underestimating the force of angry kids': Greta Thunberg arrives in Lisbon ahead of UN conference Crisis

'People underestimating the force of angry kids': Greta Thunberg arrives in Lisbon ahead of UN conference

The Swedish teenager is attending this year’s UN Climate Conference in Lisbon.

From The42 Morale among staff at 'all-time low' as FAI endure another chaotic day Crisis

Morale among staff at 'all-time low' as FAI endure another chaotic day

SIPTU want to meet with Shane Ross amid concerns of job losses at an organisation now without a Chief Executive.

From TheJournal.ie Five dead in Bolivia after security forces open fire on supporters of former president Crisis

Five dead in Bolivia after security forces open fire on supporters of former president

A political crisis is raging in Bolivia as a new interim government tries to restore stability.

From The42 Warriors nightmare deepens as Steph Curry suffers broken hand Crisis

Warriors nightmare deepens as Steph Curry suffers broken hand

The injury took place while Golden State were already losing badly to the Phoenix Suns.

From TheJournal.ie 'Carrie Lam step down!': Chaotic scenes in Hong Kong legislature as hecklers shout down major speech Crisis This post contains videos

'Carrie Lam step down!': Chaotic scenes in Hong Kong legislature as hecklers shout down major speech

The speech by chief executive Carrie Lam was billed as an attempt to win hearts and minds after four months of seething pro-democracy protests.

From The42 2020 AFLW season still up in the air as ugly dispute rumbles on Irish Down Under

2020 AFLW season still up in the air as ugly dispute rumbles on

Eighteen Irishwomen are currently on lists, as the plot thickens.

From The42 Galway mess continues and points to major issues at board level Crisis

Galway mess continues and points to major issues at board level

All three candidates to become Galway hurling boss have now dropped out of the race.

From TheJournal.ie More than a dozen people killed as security forces fire at protesters in Iraq Crisis

More than a dozen people killed as security forces fire at protesters in Iraq

The clashes came after authorities earlier lifted a round-the-clock curfew in Baghdad.

From The42 Bury FC on verge of extinction over unpaid debts Crisis

Bury FC on verge of extinction over unpaid debts

The club’s 134-year history could come to an end by midnight tonight.

From TheJournal.ie Italy plunged into crisis as Prime Minister resigns after collapse of coalition with far-right Roman Ruins

Italy plunged into crisis as Prime Minister resigns after collapse of coalition with far-right

Giuseppe Conte’s resignation came under pressure from Matteo Salvini’s anti-immigrant League party, which has been soaring in opinion polls.

From The42 'I'm on the verge of losing everything': Dublin footballer pleads with Bury chairman over unpaid wages Crisis This post contains videos

'I'm on the verge of losing everything': Dublin footballer pleads with Bury chairman over unpaid wages

Stephen Dawson and chairman Steve Dale clashed on the airwaves as the League One side face a crisis.

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