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From The42 Analysis: Paddy Jackson's performance the epitome of Ireland's defensive grit Resilience

Analysis: Paddy Jackson's performance the epitome of Ireland's defensive grit

Ireland’s first-ever win against the Boks on South African soil was built on their 14-man defence.

From The42 Arsene Wenger becomes Europe's longest-serving manager after Armagh native steps down Resilience

Arsene Wenger becomes Europe's longest-serving manager after Armagh native steps down

The Arsenal boss has been at the club since September 1996.

From The42 Burger's brush with death an inspiration to Ulsterman Pienaar at RWC Resilience

Burger's brush with death an inspiration to Ulsterman Pienaar at RWC

The experienced scrum-half admits to a touch of sadness as Ireland’s quarter-final exit.

From TheJournal.ie Health system being forced to "do less with less" Health

Health system being forced to "do less with less"

The Trinity College report says that austerity “affects the oldest and sickest most”.

From The42 Norwich bounce back to escape bottom three Resilience

Norwich bounce back to escape bottom three

Thrashed 7-0 by Manchester City last weekend, Norwich looked in danger after Ravel Morrison put West Ham ahead

From TheJournal.ie 13 major global risks that used to be the stuff of science fiction Risky This post contains images

13 major global risks that used to be the stuff of science fiction

Orbital debris, persistent extreme weather, digital meltdown, geomagnetic storms… the World Economic Forum considers some risky business.

From The42 In the swing: Oosthuizen shows post-Masters mettle Resilience

In the swing: Oosthuizen shows post-Masters mettle

The Masters runner-up has recovered impressively from his disappointment, writes Neil Cullen.