Five reasons why it’s all going wrong for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Man United

Five reasons why it’s all going wrong for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Man United

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s party line in recent weeks has been that he has the best coaching staff “in the world”. That looks a laughable claim in the light of recent events.Former Alex Ferguson lieutenant Mike Phelan has provided a link with former glories but offers nothing on the training ground.Ex-United midfielder Michael Carrick, a coaching…

‘Very significant challenge’ for Ireland to reduce emissions by 51% in 10 years

‘Very significant challenge’ for Ireland to reduce emissions by 51% in 10 years

The Climate Change Advisory Council (CCAC) has admitted it will be a “very significant challenge’ for Ireland to meet the required 51% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2030.It says the two carbon budgets it is proposing for the rest of the decade will require “transformational changes’ for society and the economy.“Strong, rapid and sustained…

Rural Kerry village wins global gold for ambitious community development plan 

Rural Kerry village wins global gold for ambitious community development plan 

The people of Asdee, a small rural village in North Kerry, have brought home gold at an international awards ceremony for their ambitious community development plan.The Asdee Community Development Association won the prize for its community-led five-year socio-economic development plan (2020-2025), and is the first in Ireland to bring home an International Association of Facilitators…

James Michael Tyler, US actor who played Gunther on Friends, dies aged 59

James Michael Tyler, US actor who played Gunther on Friends, dies aged 59

The US actor, James Michael Tyler, who was famous for playing Gunther on the sitcom Friends, has died of cancer, aged 59.He passed away peacefully at his home in LA on Sunday morning after battling stage four prostate cancer. He is survived by his wife, Jennifer Carno.“The world knew him as Gunther (the seventh ‘Friend’),…

Kin review: Cunningham gets even more scary as he targets the Kinsellas’ children 

Kin review: Cunningham gets even more scary as he targets the Kinsellas’ children 

First he came for the Kinsellas – now he’s coming to unleash terror on their children. The formidable Eamon Cunningham will stop at nothing to get his drugs haul back and his rivals are already reeling following two attempted hits and the assassination of their associate Dotser.But in Sunday night’s episode, several of the Kinsellas’…