Suzanne harrington To the fizzing excitement of millions of tweens everywhere, the Disney movie Frozen II is almost upon us. This time Elsa and Anna will take off somewhere even more frozen, accompanied by a freezer full of songs and Olaf the snowman. Cue merchandising tsunami. As before, it’s the sisters who are the stars of the show; there is no male lead. No prince, no hero, no rescuer. The heroines are self-rescuing.
Thu, 24 Oct, 2019
Gardaí investigating Longford helicopter crash release man; Torrential early rain left its mark on the Old Course at St Andrews as play was suspended for more than three hours; A police officer in the US is being investigated after a video has emerged of him arresting a naked woman in her home.
Fri, 17 Jul, 2015
The ECB pushed Greece to the precipice of leaving the euro last night; Mortgage rules introduced by the Central Bank earlier this year are already affecting consumer sentiment and house prices; A Naval Service crew was forced to ‘abandon ship’ when further problems were detected on the new €70m LÉ James Joyce.
Tue, 07 Jul, 2015
Hundreds of mourners are attending the funeral of Eoghan Culligan, a Government Minister said there will be no referendum on abortion before the next election, Sean McComb has earned Ireland’s second medal of the European Games in Baku and we pay a musical tribute to the late James Horner.
Tue, 23 Jun, 2015
It’s the country’s most internationally renowned celebration, and everybody knows it. All across the world, people with itchy feet are making bucket lists — Brazil for Carnivale, India for Holi, and Ireland for St Patrick’s Day.
Tue, 17 Mar, 2015
When optimist Anna set off on her epic journey to find her sister Elsa, just before Christmas last year, few would have predicted that Disney’s Frozen would become the top grossing animated film of all time, with merchandise flying off the shelves for captivated young fans.
Sat, 01 Nov, 2014