Model, author and former Miss World, Rosanna Davison has had to deal with a lot of hateful comments in the aftermath of ‘gluten-gate’ but public backlash to the “outrageous comments” is totally understandable, she said.
Sinn Féin has said it is “open” to the potential return of the Independent Monitoring Commission to ensure paramilitary groups no longer exist after Northern Ireland’s secretary of state said this may be the only way to resolve the current crisis.
Tánaiste Joan Burton has warned revelations the Provisional IRA is involved in criminality despite moving away from linked paramilitary acts is an “insidious threat” to the peace process that offers its victims no closure.
A 500% increase in the number of home repossessions; the shooting of a former IRA commander; the appeal by a doctor found guilty of assaulting police officers while under the influence of a date rape drug; a special report on whether the recovery is starting to flower on the high street and how Cork learned traditional hurling formations were a thing of the past.
A former IRA commander has been shot dead in Belfast, a man attending an east Cork wedding has died after being hit by a car, former Cork captain Tomás Mulcahy says the hurlers need to improve by 200%, and the musician Bressie has called for a Yes vote in the Marriage Equality Referendum.
BOOBS, and our attitudes towards them, seem to have dominated the news cycle over the last few days. Right now there’s many a gurgly tummy in the Irish Daily Star following its decision to publish photographs of Kate Middleton sunbathing topless.