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# back-in-black - Friday 1 August, 2014

From Business ETC Bank of Ireland reports first profit in five years Return Of The Profit

Bank of Ireland reports first profit in five years

Ulster Bank also reported a profit for the first half of 2014.

# back-in-black - Wednesday 30 July, 2014

From Business ETC AIB made a pre-tax profit of €437 million in the first half of 2014 Back In Black

AIB made a pre-tax profit of €437 million in the first half of 2014

The bank says that it has cut mortgage arrears and impaired loans.

# back-in-black - Tuesday 1 July, 2014

From TheJournal.ie RTÉ delivers a pre-tax surplus for the first time since 2007 Back In Black

RTÉ delivers a pre-tax surplus for the first time since 2007

The company returned a surplus of €1.1 million, despite a drop in commercial revenues.

# back-in-black - Wednesday 10 April, 2013

Hansen tasked with retaining World Cup in 2015, opens door to Sonny Bill

In other news, Paddy Wallace has yet to decide his 2015 holiday plans.

# back-in-black - Sunday 25 November, 2012

Mark the date: Managers praise returning referee Clattenburg

Both Big Sam and AVB were happy with the official on his return to duty.

# back-in-black - Thursday 31 May, 2012

From The Daily Edge China versus Men in Black: Censors chop 13 minutes from movie Back In Black

China versus Men in Black: Censors chop 13 minutes from movie

Three scenes were cut from the latest film, with China concerned about the implications of ‘wiping memories’.

# back-in-black - Tuesday 8 November, 2011

You again? Ireland confirm New Zealand tour dates

Ireland will face the newly-crowned world champions at the stadium the All Blacks won the title, Eden Park in the first Test.

# back-in-black - Tuesday 2 August, 2011

Jonah Lomu attacks ‘disrespectful’ England as new kit is revealed

New Zealand prime minister, John Key, also weighs in on the argument.