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# Growing pains
Manager criticises 'lack of discipline' as Troy Parrott sees red for MK Dons
The Irish international was given a straight red card in the dying minutes of his side’s penalty shootout victory over Leyton Orient last night.
# essential workers
The hard graft of horticulture makes it difficult for the sector to grow
The Keelings workers controversy has thrown a spotlight on a complex corner of Irish food production.
# Growing pains
It costs €50 more per week to raise a teenager than it does a primary school child
The Vincentian Partnership for Social Justice is calling for a weekly increase of €5 to social welfare supports for Irish children.
# Growing pains
Seattle's housing crisis is making it look to taller and denser homes
The city’s average house price is above €700,000.
# Growing pains
Four years after its News Corp takeover, Storyful is going through a painful adolescence
The Irish company’s latest products are designed to protect CEOs from online storms.
# Growing pains
The 28 most pain in the arse things about finally being a grown up
Well this is the slimmed-down list.
# Growing pains
Redefining Celtic: Champions League can make derby days irrelevant
Tommy Martin says if Celtic want to be a big club, they have to act like one.
# Growing pains
11 items in your house that prove you're finally an adult
How many have you got?
# Growing pains
Is it too much too soon for Slammin' Sam? England's best ever centre thinks it might be
Jeremy Guscott thinks Burgess needs to focus on club rugby before transitioning to the international stage.
# You wooden believe it
The €216 million treehouse that Taiwan wants to be its Eiffel Tower
The building of the banyan tree-inspired structure has been faced opposition from Taichung mayor Lin Chia-lung.
# Cha-ching!
Uber CEO plans to make company 'humble' after it reaches $40 billion valuation
The taxi company raised $1.2 billion in funding this week as it plans to expand in the Asia-Pacific region.
# tired argument
Bad management turns wonderkids into has-beens - Liverpool must be careful with Sterling
Ahead of Liverpool’s Champions League clash against Real Madrid, the England winger has been in the headlines after missing an England game due to being “tired”.
# Growing pains
Some creches waiting FIVE years between inspections
“It’s just not good enough,” says Early Childhood Ireland.
# Growing pains
Drop in performance leaves just 30% of small businesses in 'growth mode'
InterTradeIreland says that growth isn’t widespread, despite signs of recovery.
# Down with the kids
If you want to understand teens today, you need to know about these 12 things
The kids are alright.
# Growing pains
Should families with teens be given more money to feed them?
A food poverty charity has asked Joan Burton to consider ow expensive it is to feed teenagers when drafting the next Budget.
# Growing pains
7 ways your parents TOTALLY ruined your teenage life
It’s NOT FAIR. I didn’t ASK to be born.
# Growing pains
Lazio president defends new young star Minala over age claims
People are finding it hard to believe that this guy is 17.
Column: Facebook's early childhood was... complicated.
Our relationship with Facebook has waxed and waned over these years as we oscillate between loving, adoring and depending on it, to needing to self-impose several ‘breaks’ from it as it drives us crazy, writes Colman Noctor.
# Old Spice Mammies
Old Spice captures every mammy's agony in its newest ad
It’s everything Irish mammies fear and so much more
# Growing pains
This is what it is like to be a five-year-old in Ireland
Their parents like them, they’re adjusting well to school, but 20 per cent are overweight.
# Growing pains
6 videos that perfectly sum up a 1980s Irish childhood
Disco dancing, sharp fashions and meeting local politicians. (Warning: Includes a young Brian Cowen)
# Growing pains
Rovers chief: we'll try to keep Europa clashes in Tallaght
Hoops chairman insists the club will try their best to host games with Spurs, PAOK and Rubin Kazan in their own ground.