User:CGorman/Contributions

This is list of the news articles i've either started or been particularly involved. I've created it because the majority of my edits are tiny changes here and there - this list however is of the solid work i've done.

Overall Total - 150

2006 (4)Edit

March (2)Edit

19th: David Carry and Euan Dale help Scotland to record a one two in the 400m I.M.

4th: Ian Thorpe starts to recover from chest pains

February (1)Edit

3rd: Leisel Jones sets two new swimming world records at trials

January (1)Edit

6th: Bill Sweetenham cleared of bullying allegations

2005 (143)Edit

December (1)Edit

17th: Imitation gun pointed a Australia swimmers during training

November (2)Edit

26th: China names its new head coach for swimming

12th: Canadian Mike Mintenko retires from swimming

October (3)Edit

24th: 22.2% of secondary school students in Ireland drop out before the Leaving Cert

15th: Welsh swimming squad named for 2006 Commonwealth Games

1st: Junk food to be banned in English schools

September (0)Edit

August (5)Edit

29th: Little Caesars to open 8 stores in Ireland

27th: Irish CAO releases 2005 university offers to students

25th: RTE's Eddie Hobbs attracts massive audience

2nd: Tom Cruise orders €14,500 takeaway meal

2nd: Atkins Nutritionals Inc. goes bankrupt

July (11)Edit

19th: Plan Magazine sold for €300,000 to Commercial Media Group

17th: Gulf Air launches direct flights to the Middle East from Dublin

16th: Shell quits Irish fuel retail market

14th: Hurricane Emily hits Grenada Original Reporting

11th: Padraig Harrington withdraws from British Open

11th: BSkyB director joins Setanta

11th: Gas explosion in Russian shopping center

11th: Ryanair launches more Shannon Airport routes

7th: Bush crashs his bike into scottish police officer

7th: Transport and telecommunications struggle amid confusion in London

7th: Financial markets react to London blasts

June (25)Edit

24th: Dublin gets ready to be rocked once again by U2

16th: World Bank president addresses global youth forum on genocide

13th: Airbus wins Qatar Airways order

13th: Ryanair exercises options on five Boeing 737s

12th: Fossett set to recreate first non-stop transatlantic flight

11th: BSkyB faces challenge in securing Premiership rights

11th: Irish inflation creeps upwards to 2.4% Original Reporting

11th: Glazer caps Manchester United's player transfer spending at £25m a year

10th: 600,000 new millionaires created in 2004

8th: Republic of Ireland top Group 4 by beating Faroe Islands

8th: California IT company to create 100 new jobs in Dublin

8th: 30 travellers from Rwanda die in Ugandan bus crash

8th: Google is now worth over $80bn

7th: Ireland will hold EU referendum

7th: World now spends over $1 trillion a year on arms

6th: Over 1.5m apply for British Live 8 tickets

5th: Coldplay's new album hits stores worldwide this week

5th: Israel upset Republic of Ireland again in World Cup Qualifiers

4th: Re-creation of 1919 cross-Atlantic flight is successful

4th: Big shoes to fill at eBay

4th: Online poker firm set for multibillion pound flotation

3rd: Ryanair passenger numbers up 34%

2nd: Elan shares plunge as another patient dies

1st: Samsung's 4Gb flash memory begins mass production

1st: Dutch exit poll: 63% say 'no' to EU constitution

May (15)Edit

31st: Scottish Radio Holdings set to buy Highland Radio for €7m

31st: Ryanair profits jump 19% to €268.9m Original Reporting

29th: Mobile ringtone tops the UK singles chart

29th: Exit poll: 55% of French voters say no to EU constitution

29th: Lapp Plats becomes first firm to float on IEX

28th: Low fares airline, Ryanair celebrates twenty years in business

23rd: Five Irish schoolgirls die in bus crash

22nd: Venture capital investment in Ireland soars by 35%

20th: IDA Ireland opens Shanghai office

19th: Exclusive Interview: Piano Man is possibly a British actor Original Reporting & Interview

13th: Irish inflation back on the rise Original Reporting

3rd: UBS sees net income jump 15 percent

3rd: Major hunt on for pub robbers in Irish Midlands

3rd: UK clothing firm to list on Icelandic Stock Exchange

2nd: Swiss cement company Holcim Ltd sees net profits jump 67%

April (28)Edit

24th: Barry Prime changes mind about Swim Ireland

23rd: Dermot Mannion becomes new Aer Lingus CEO

23rd: American who owns BenedictXVI.com wants "one of those hats"

22nd: Creative Technology sees profits drop 72%, but sales soar

22nd: Third concert date for U2 in Dublin

22nd: Motorola to launch iTunes mobile phone

22nd: Irish National Pensions Reserve Fund gains 2.4% in first quarter

22nd: Work begins on world's longest underwater pipeline

20th: Norwegian whaling season starts with highest quota in a decade

19th: Barry Prime becomes Swim Ireland's new National Performance Director

17th: Papal conclave attracting more bets than the Oscars

17th: Croke Park opens to soccer and Rugby

17th: Littlewoods plans to axe 3,200 jobs

16th: Over a quarter of a billion camera phones sold in 2004

14th: Israeli soldiers stop 15 year old Palestinian from detonating himself

13th: Unions ballot to "shut down the BBC"

13th: Microsoft releases low-cost Windows XP Starter Edition in Brazil

13th: Sit-in at Washington University, St. Louis enters ninth day

12th: Eritrea plans to vaccinate 500,000 children

12th: Irish Enterprise Exchange Launched in Dublin

12th: Cloned cattle's milk and meat seem safe, according to new study

12th: New top level domain names created

4th: Music promoter Mean Fiddler sold for almost £38m

3rd: Annual rich list shows Ireland now has six billionaires

3rd: Archbishop Desmond Tutu calls for African Pope

3rd: Mobile phone firm 3 losses almost double

2nd: Pope John Paul II dies

1st: Rural African school goes to Sweden for environment award

March (36)Edit

30th: School dinner costs just 49p in Wales

28th: Ireland's smoking ban a success after first year Original Reporting

27th: Cricket: Sehwag dominates, but India trails

27th: Five wounded, two killed in Lebanon blast

25th: Expo 2005 opens in Aichi, Japan

24th: Sony's Playstation Portable is launched in North America

24th: New figures released on Irish income distribution

22nd: US interest rates rise to 2.75%

21st: Bank of Ireland to axe 2,000 jobs

19th: Wales win Grand Slam, RBS Six Nations and the Triple Crown

18th: English Wikipedia passes 500 thousand article milestone

18th: Irish mobile penetration rate hits 94%

17th: McCartney campaign changing minds about IRA

14th: Padraig Harrington wins first PGA Tour event; The Honda Classic

13th: Pope John Paul II leaves hospital

13th: France beat Ireland in RBS Six Nations

13th: GAA: Dublin too strong for Westmeath Original Reporting

12th: Canadian airline Jetsgo ceases operations; 17,000 stranded

12th: 3 dead as man on trial for rape escapes

12th: Comedian Dave Allen dies aged 68

11th: Meath/Kildare by-election turnout between 20-30%

11th: UK "terror bill" passed after standoff

10th: United Nations passes Declaration on human cloning

9th: Dead Chechen rebel Maskhadov's son promises to continue father's work

8th: British Airways announces new CEO

7th: British Airways CEO set to step down in the summer

6th: Freed hostage Sgrena, says shooting "no accident"

6th: GAA: Westmeath beat Donegal by narrowest of margins Original Reporting

5th: David Blunkett is not the father of Kimberly Quinn's son

5th: Irish unemployment rate steady at 4.2%

5th: Bill Gates receives honourary knighthood

4th: Italian journalist Giuliana Sgrena freed

4th: Former Ukrainian minister found dead

3rd: Take-Two Interactive profits surge 74%

3rd: Steve Fossett becomes the first person to fly solo, non-stop around the world

1st: Elan; Biogen withdraw multiple sclerosis drug after death

February (16)Edit

28th: Lebanese Government resigns amid protests

27th: Ireland beat England 19-13 in the RBS Six Nations

26th: Founder of Amnesty International dies, aged 83

23rd: Illegal dye found in British food

22nd: 6.4 magnitude earthquake hits Iran

21st: Spain says Yes to EU constitution

19th: PSNI confirms Northern Bank notes are from Northern Bank Robbery

18th: Millions found by Irish police in raids

17th: United Iraqi Alliance win slight majority

17th: Greenspan's testimony suggests "more of the same"

16th: NHL season canceled amid player pay cap dispute

16th: Thorpe to miss 2005 World Swimming Championships

15th: Yahoo chooses Dublin as location of new European Headquarters

8th: India tops list of top offshoring locations

7th: EasyJet passenger figures rise almost 24%

4th: ConocoPhillips announces $1bn share repurchase

2004 (3)Edit

November (3)Edit

18th: New Band Aid music video is launched

18th: Sainsbury's posts first ever loss

17th: Kmart to buy Sears for US$11 billion

TrivaEdit

  • In March 2005, over 10% of articles were started by me, thats 1 in 10
  • Overall 1 in 20 wikinews stories, or 5% of the total were started by me or I worked on extensively!