14 January 2007
Bour 27 - Muns 30
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Five die in Argentina police strike
Outbreaks of looting have spread across Argentina as mobs take advantage of strikes by police demanding pay raises to match inflation.
Job fears at Barratts shoe chain as closing down sales begin
Closing down sales are taking place in Barratts stores in Belfast city centre, prompting fears that the shoe retailer is exiting Northern Ireland.
Sighs of relief as Northern Ireland jobs market looks positive
The jobs market in Northern Ireland is looking more positive for the first three months of 2014 than it has for more than a year, according to a new survey by recruitment company Manpower.
Hall moves back but keeps Queen's on rise new
Damon Hall, playing out of position at full-back, brought his try tally to seven in the last three weeks when Queen's gained an unexpectedly convincing 31-5 victory over the previously unbeaten 2A League leaders City of Derry at Upper Malone.
Mignolet: Reds defence still solid new
Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet insists regular defensive switches have not been the cause of the Reds' failure to keep clean sheets.
Flores earns point for Swans
Chico Flores' equaliser ensured Danny Graham's first goal since January was not enough to give Hull all three points at Swansea.
Ferrell vows to go skinny-dipping
Comic mega star Will Ferrell has pledged to go skinny dipping in the Liffey during his visit to Dublin.
Biffy Clyro to headline festival
Rockers Biffy Clyro have been unveiled as the first headliners for next year's Isle of Wight Festival with Under Control singer Calvin Harris also announced.
Singer Tulisa Contostavlos has been charged in connection with the supply of Class A drugs.