Friday lunchtime briefing: Huge crowds attend Anthony Foley funeral. Catch up on the headlines
Three former bank executives jailed for conspiracy are set to bring appeals against their convictions next March.
One hundred and sixteen children died when 150,000 tonnes of coal waste slid down a hillside before smashing into Pantglas Junior School, Aberfan on this day in 1966.
Lineker has become one of the UK’s most popular Twitter users, with more than five million followers.
A judge gave one of Dublin’s most famous pubs a red card yesterday for the unlawful showing of live Premier League soccer matches.
Republic of Ireland manager Martin O’Neill was handed un unwanted headache last night after Shane Long was forced off injured in Southampton’s 1-0 Europa League defeat to Inter.
While most of us may think of the summer holidays as a chance to get a bit of sun abroad, three lads from Cork thought they’d try a holiday at home for a change.
Donald Trump has mocked his much-derided comment at the US presidential debate that he might not accept the result of the election.
Ah sure, we’re all sound.
Schlong Island Iced Teas, Victoria Spooge cake and, well, Jerk Chicken…a BYOS cooking class – bring your own semen, that is – could be opening London.
The biggest and best game of the year is finally here, with the launch of Farming Simulator 17 your collection is complete.
Following the presentation of Budget 2017 I had a very empty feeling and was quite critical of the latest fiscal offering.