If you’ve ever fancied owning an Eric Clapton guitar; or Wham! lyrics handwritten by George Michael; or Lady Gaga’s pink fur coat, you might want to get yourself to the RDS in Dublin this weekend — but bring your wallet.
Three men have been found guilty of planning to murder former loyalist leader Johnny ”Mad Dog” Adair; Former Fine Gael strategist Frank Flannery has said that gender quotas have made it "difficult" for young, ambitious men; Jobs Minister Richard Bruton has said that says the proposed 50c per hour increase in the minimum wage is a balanced compromise.
A 24-year-old Australian man has been jailed for nine years for the one-punch attack that killed Irishman Thomas Keaney; The brother of a man murdered eight years ago was sentenced to two weeks in prison for contempt of court; Noel Gallagher reveals how marijuana ended his GAA career.
An investigation has been launched into a crash on Dublin’s M50 in which a motorcyclist was killed; Irish amateur Paul Dunne had his sights set on the Claret Jug; Footage showing the Queen performing a Nazi salute as a child could have been accidentally leaked by Palace; Demi Moore has said she is in “absolute shock” over the death of a 21-year-old man at her home.