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Now is August, which means it’s time to take college football seriously. the Wisconsin Badgers open fall practices on Friday and the rest of the country will join them shortly. For the rest of the month, we’ll be posting two articles on each opponent on the Wisconsin calendar. The first post will be written by …

Golf: Leona Maguire reached a level by 71 in the first round; Stephanie Meadow finishes above par with a round of 72 Diving: Tanya Watson qualifies for women’s 10m platform semifinals Equestrian: Cian O’Connor best of the Irish in show jumping final but he, Bertram Allen and Darragh Kenny lack medals Equestrian Cian o’connor was …

Member countries approved the largest infusion of resources in the history of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), with $ 650 billion (€ 547 billion) to help countries cope with growing debt and fallout of the Covid-19 pandemic. The creation of reserve assets – known as Special Drawing Rights (SDRs) – is the first since the …

Opening ceremony: security restrictions One year after being canceled due to the global pandemic, Olympic Games return, but still with strict restrictions due to the increase in cases in the host country. No fan will be allowed at the Olympic events or the Opening and Closing Ceremonies this year, an aspect that will radically change …

Sarah Hawkshaw has spent much of the past year alone on the field hockey pitches. In his home country of Ireland, national lockdowns prevented people from moving more than two kilometers from their homes. Hawkshaw, a 2018 UMass graduate, knew the Irish women’s field hockey team had a place at the Tokyo Olympics. She was …

The alleged inhumane practices surrounding the slaughter of horses in the UK – including several hundred Irish racehorses – contained in a BBC documentary would never happen in Ireland, the Department of Agriculture said. ‘Food and Navy. BBC Panorama has revealed that thousands of racehorses are sent to slaughter in Ireland and the UK. A …

When it comes to moving from carbon-based energy systems to renewable energy systems, Americans are on board. However, they are less inclined to have these new energy infrastructures – wind turbines or solar farms – being built close to their homes, which creates obstacles for policy makers. That’s according to a study by University of …

Fears are growing about a delta wave engulfing Ireland as the country opens its borders to overseas travel today. more than 3,700 cases have been reported here in the past three days, and it has been warned that travel, particularly from the UK, could see a further increase in cases. As of today, non-essential travel …

“It looks like Chernobyl over there.” The new O’Shaughnessy Distilling Company is located in a rather, well, underused suburb of Minneapolis. Yes, it’s located next to a popular two-story brewery and across from a new artisan food hall. But the nascent whiskey brand’s new home is also surrounded by numerous bombed-out buildings (not literally, but …

Serious concerns over the government’s plan to reopen for indoor dining were raised by opposition TDs during a briefing Tuesday morning amid warnings that it could create “confusion and confusion.” inconsistency”. Officials informed members of the Oireachtas health committee about the plan, but no consensus on whether to forgo pre-legislative consideration of the bill could …