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From The42 Bohs form underage partnership with one of the most famous schoolboy clubs in Ireland WORKING TOGETHER

Bohs form underage partnership with one of the most famous schoolboy clubs in Ireland

Bohs and St Kevin’s Boys hope to provide a player development pathway right up to senior level.

From TheJournal.ie Government says it won't oppose Fianna Fáil's hate crime Bill NEW POLITICS

Government says it won't oppose Fianna Fáil's hate crime Bill

The Fianna Fáil Bill aims to tackle crimes that are linked to race, sexual orientation or gender.

From TheJournal.ie Portugal's anti-austerity alliance is about to form a government Bailout Buddies This post contains videos

Portugal's anti-austerity alliance is about to form a government

Communists, Greens and the Left Bloc have banded together to take power the majority.

From TheJournal.ie This non-profit wants to start up 100 projects across the country in 100 days WORKING TOGETHER

This non-profit wants to start up 100 projects across the country in 100 days

ChangeX aims to help communities start up their own projects to help improve their lives.

From The42 Analysis: How Louis Van Gaal can use both Mata and Rooney effectively this season WORKING TOGETHER

Analysis: How Louis Van Gaal can use both Mata and Rooney effectively this season

Can Louis Van Gaal get the best out of Rooney and Mata this season?

From TheJournal.ie Column: Faction fights are sapping confidence in FG and Labour Opinion

Column: Faction fights are sapping confidence in FG and Labour

The coalition partners appear more concerned with playing tug-of-war with each other than creating a new form of politics, writes Green Party leader Eamon Ryan.