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# New Direction

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November 2023
'No one will earn more than the DG': Bakhurst outlines voluntary redundancies and salary caps at RTÉ
Staff were briefed on the plans at a meeting with RTÉ management this afternoon.
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Jurgen Klopp confident sporting director change will go smoothly for Liverpool
Michael Edwards hands over his duties to Julian Ward in the summer.
Senior quintet set to leave amid Cork City shake-up
Conor McCormack, Colm Horgan, Garry Buckley, Karl Sheppard and Aaron Barry are all departing the Leesiders.
Conlan set for major step up in opposition in December, and then a step down in weight for 2020
The 27-year-old could face a recent world champion when he shares a bill with Carl Frampton and Terence Crawford in New York.
Iain Dowie opts for unlikely career move away from football
The former Northern Ireland international will begin a role as a regional sales manager.
'You've got to bring it to life': Kiss ready for building job at Ulster
Ulster’s new director of rugby knows he has to make the most of his talented squad.
'I don't take any pleasure in quitting Fianna Fáil, it was a big part of my life'
David McGuinness has spoken to about his decision to quit Fianna Fáil today.
Reporter quits BBC to devote her life to religion
Martina Purdy has been a political correspondent with BBC NI for 15 years.
UEFA confirms plans revamp to Champions League seedings
The champions of the seven highest-ranked European leagues will join the previous winner as the top eight seeds.
Brian O'Driscoll to join Off The Ball team on Newstalk from September
The retired rugby star will be interviewed about the switch to punditry on the radio station later this evening.
Student reunited with lost family heirloom after seeing it on RTÉ's Today
The compass was shown in a feature on RTÉ’s Today programme.
Trent Johnston lands role as Ireland Women's cricket coach
The Australian-born cricketer was out of the international game for all of 48 hours after hanging up his floppy hat on Friday.
The best bits from Ronan O'Gara's debut as a rugby columnist
The retiring Munster, Ireland and Lions star paid tribute to the teenager Donal Walsh, who recently lost his battle with cancer.
New direction: Faith shown in Heaslip as the man to lead Ireland forward
The Leinster man held off stiff competition from Jonny Sexton to land the role of captaining Ireland against the Springboks.
What Lilian did next: French star Thuram tries his hand as a curator
Former French footballer Lilian Thuram is the curator of a much-anticipated Parisian exhibition titled “Human Zoos: The Invention of the Savage.”