# rabodirect-pro12 - Today’s News
The world number one recovered from Thursday’s poor opening.
The Ireland boss is keeping busy.
# rabodirect-pro12 - Yesterday’s News
Everyone’s talking about Ebola ruled out of Donegal death, asylum seekers travelling for abortion and executions in Gaza.
“Infection control procedures, which had been put in place as a precautionary measure, will now be stepped down,” the HSE said today.
The inquiry will examine the operation of the Protection of Life During Pregnancy Act.
Now 59, Mark David Chapman has been in jail for 33 years.
Because trying new things leads to greatness.
Chelsea face another newly-promoted club while Liverpool take on Man City on Monday night.
A Friday Flashback to get your weekend started…
Rovers marched on, and Finn Harps joined them in the quarter-finals.
Dinny Corcoran’s double looked to have sent the Dublin side through.
Luckily they won’t all have to cram into one classroom.
Discovering the past along with your future.
A dominant Dundalk display saw them ease into the quarter-finals.
Shelbourne did enough tonight to force a replay next Tuesday.
Can someone give Bono a ring?
Wolfsburg’s Junior Malanda was guilty of this heinous miss against Bayern.
What cliché should we use for Saimon Lomaloma? Wrecking ball or bulldozer?
His Barrytown Trilogy has so much to offer.
It’s the first time the Dubliner has qualified for the main draw of a grand slam event.
One speaker was strongly critical of Labour TDs for “pushing for more abortion”.
Must have been a Monday.
Raheny United have found out who they will play in the Champions League while there was disappointment for Barry Murphy.
We are backing the Rooney renaissance to continue against Sunderland.
But we have so many things we were planning to do with our immortality.
The former Cardiff boss has apologised if anyone was offended though.
John Ryan has not been seen in three days.
A black Kia Sportage and white Opel Insignia were both found on the night.
Orderly protests appeared overnight.
They’d managed to build 17 honeycombs.
The 24-year-old says the game has become a better spectacle for the punters.
Former Dublin hurling boss Humphrey Kelleher has made the call.
New legislation passed as WHO outlines reasons it believes the current Ebola outbreak is being underestimated.
The 23-year-old was abducted from his Belfast home in April 1978.
… however things will start heating up rapidly after that.
The Cult of Cumberbatch.
The Dutchman called for patience and said Ander Herrera is out injured already.
The militants have an “apocalyptic, end of days vision”, it has been said.
The former Taoiseach will lie in repose at the Mansion House in Dublin tomorrow ahead of Monday’s ceremony.
Here are the shows that’ll be on your Twitter timeline later.