US senators accuse Apple of using Irish arm to avoid tax
Accused of using Ireland to help cut global tax bill.
Temple Bar Trust being wound down after finance criticism
Report concludes move would save council €800,000 a year.
Shatter backed into corner over 'breach'
Double probe into Minister's use of confidential garda information.
O'Gara's wife attacks former coach Kidney over treatment of star
Ronan O'Gara's wife has launched a scathing attack on Declan Kidney and the IRFU for 'mistreating' her husband toward the end of his career.
I'm glad Richard found connection to Vincent – Irons
Hollywood star Jeremy Irons regrets that Dublin TD Richard Boyd Barrett didn't get to spend longer with his biological father, Irish theatre director Vincent Dowling.
Dan Brown lifts the lid on his bestseller secrets
IT was a rare chance for book fans to crack the code of bestselling American writer Dan Brown.
Date set for Ulster's bid to stop Dunne bankruptcy
Court sset date to hear Ulster Bank's request to stop proceedings.
Women jailed for murder form unlikely friendship
High-profile murderers strike up close bond behind bars.
Collins was a civil warrior not a terrorist, says professor
'More a George Washington than an Osama bin Laden'.
Killers executed loner in woods over guns seizure
Man's body was found by children at the weekend.
Daughter still seeks justice as murdered father buried
Father was murdered and left in a farm pit for almost two years.
Fears for future of J1 programme as sponsors hit with €500 levy
Future of J1 visa programme under threat.
Driver in fatal crash hit traffic-calming island
Father-of-one was the only occupant in the vehicle.
Coveney 'too slow to react' as bill for fodder crisis hits €900m
Farmers facing €900m loss as result of the weather.
The lasting legacy of brave Donal Walsh
How he really did help to save lives
Michael Lyster's Sunday courage
GAA veteran on his near brush with death
Passport. Tickets. Money. Books
The holiday books top authors are packing
The Great Gatsby: Reviews Round-Up
So what do the critics say on the movie?
Do you go to the land Down Under?
The highs and lows of living in Australia
Diarmuid Gavin's Garden Designs
Tips on making the most of your garden, whatever the weather
The mind and the body
Bressie on revisiting his sporting past
Hilarious: Homemade exercise video mistakenly shows man on the loo
Fitness model Lisa-Marie Zbozen demonstrates squat-lift exercises from home, but doesn't realize the other squat happening in the room behind her. Credit: cooltv60
Warning Graphic Content: Russian 'Terminator' has Bullet removed from head
Incredible footage emerged online showing a real life 'Terminator' having a bullet removed from his forehead with a pair of pliers. Credit: LastNewsPresent
Amateur footage: Hot air balloon crashes to ground in Turkey
A Brazilian man has died in a hot air balloon crash in the central Turkish region of Cappadocia.
Local groups will pay to fix their potholes in new scheme
CASH-STRAPPED communities have been asked by the Government to pay up to 50pc of the cost of fixing their potholes or carrying out the work themselves.
Suicide risk for men under 21 is four times higher
YOUNG men under 21 years of age are at four times the risk of suicide and many are experiencing bullying and humiliation in schools and colleges.
Standing ovation for Kenny in Boston despite protests
TAOISEACH Enda Kenny received a standing ovation for a charismatic address to Boston College graduates, despite the controversy which surrounded his invitation to the Jesuit school.
Paul O'Connell has confidence in "wise" Warburton
Paul O'Connell today spoke in glowing terms of his successor as British and Irish Lions captain, Sam Warburton, describing the Wales flanker as "wise beyond his years".
Real Madrid confirm amicable Mourinho exit
Jose Mourinho will leave Real Madrid at the end of the season after the club and the coach agreed to his departure by mutual consent, the club's president Florentino Perez has announced.
Gatland closes the door on Wilkinson Lions call-up
British and Irish Lions head coach Warren Gatland has ruled out making another offer to Jonny Wilkinson to join the forthcoming tour to Australia.
Ryanair in talks to significantly boost traffic out of Dublin Airport
Ryanair is in talks to significantly boost traffic out of Dublin Airport after years of reducing capacity in the capital.
US senators accuse Apple of using Irish arm to avoid tax
APPLE has been accused by two of America's most senior politicians of using Ireland to help cut its global tax bill to almost zero.
Actavis to buy contraceptive maker Warner Chilcott in $5bn stock deal
US DRUG manufacturer Actavis has formally agreed to buy contraceptive maker Warner Chilcott for about $5bn worth of stock, to form one Irish-based pharmaceuticals giant.
Bondholders to vote on cash bid for €300m of Treasury properties
55 Irish firms attend trade fair in London
Web-based crowd funds are driving innovation, says expert
Aminex shares plunge 39pc as explorer details project delays
Ryanair lifts shares to five-year high
Around 95pc of Battersea apartments already sold
Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne pucker up on red carpet
Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne kissed and made up in front of photographers at a red carpet event in Los Angeles.
Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart split - for good
Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart have reportedly broken up after more than three years of dating.
Lisa's not moved back in, reveals Gerald
It won't, sadly, be their own wedding but the nuptials of Kiera Dignam, (daughter of their VBF, Aslan singer Christy) to her beloved beau Darren.
Cameron may dump Lib Dems and govern alone
David Cameron has hinted that he could attempt to govern without the Liberal Democrats if disputes within the coalition made it impossible to continue.
Looking for love? Prague metro system to introduce carriage especially for singles
RAIL passengers searching for love in the Czech capital need look no further than the daily commute as the city makes plans to designate carriages on its underground trains for singles.
Gold-plated Riyadh metro system to be built on orders from Saudi King
The next time your train spends five minutes stuck inside a sooty Tube tunnel, or you find yourself unable to squeeze onto yet another delayed train from a cramped, non-descript station, it’s probably best not to think of Riyadh.
Car bomb blast kills at least 12 in Bagdad
'Nothing there' for girl who drowned in Egyptian pool
British man 'slit his children's throats before fleeing on roller blades'
[TICON-A VIDEO] Tourists die as balloons collide in Turkey
[TICON-A VIDEO] Activists: 30 Hezbollah fighters killed in Syrian town
Unconscious baby sent to morgue in body bag
Shane Coleman: Shatter would be first to stick the boot in if it were on the other foot
ALAN Shatter has landed himself in a right mess and it's entirely of his own making. Tempting as it might be to cite Albert Reynolds's line about how, in politics, you trip up over the little hurdles, it doesn't even apply here.
Miriam Donohoe: Champs to chumps – let's face music and forsake this painfest
Cringe. The annual Eurovision Song Contest post-mortem is under way, and it is even more depressing this year given our dismal performance in Malmo on Saturday night. Oh the pain of coming 'Paddy last'.
John Bruton: Rules governing business need to be relaxed
I BELIEVE that, across the western world, we may be reaching some sort of limit in the complexity of rules governing business. The response to the financial crisis has been ever more complex rules that only a tiny number of professional advisers could ever hope to remember, or understand properly.
Charlie Weston: Rate 'trap' denies us a functioning housing market
[TICON-A VIDEO] Brendan O'Connor: He took what life he had and made it matter
Eugene McGee: Focus on youth starting to pay off for resurgent Cavan
Colm McCarthy: Retirement age must rise by eight or 10 years
Paul Moran: Labour still between rock and a hard place
John-Paul McCarthy: Aras needs an austerity of a different stripe
[TICON-A VIDEO] Taylor Swift scoops eight awards at Billboard Music Awards
'Dream come true' as Ruairi's sci-fi film gets Cannes honour
Sgt Pepper overtaken by Abba Gold
Timberlake abandons pop for new movie role
[TICON-A VIDEO] Rod breaks record by topping UK album chart for first time in 34 years
[TICON-A VIDEO] Ryan optimistic for the future despite Eurovision last place
Maarty: I want to make music with Alicia
On Britain's Got Talent, Dutch singer Maarty Broekman became one of the standout acts and he admits he was extremely overwhelmed by the reaction he has received.
New material for Geri
The Spice Girl has been working on new solo material and revealed at the Ivor Novello awards she has been co-writing songs with folk artist Amy Wadge - who has worked with Ed Sheeran - and rock band Burning Beaches.
Coen brothers return at Cannes
Ethan and Joel Coen described their difficulty in finding the lead for their latest film, Inside Llewyn Davis, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival. Ethan said the pair were "screwed" until they came across Oscar Isaac.
Tumblr's David Karp: Home-schooled, Yahoo! billion-dollar visionary
Former Google exec says he has 100,000 emails exposing 'immoral' tax avoidance
New Xbox more than a game console for Microsoft
Thunderball Breitling Bond watch found at car boot sale
[TICON-A VIDEO] Google Glass: the future's in face recognition
Smart Consumer: Check out the cheapest e-book holidays reads
Homeowners can move and keep their tracker mortgages
Customers taking out more cash to beat charges
Revealed: the top performing funds in the world – and the real dogs
Young won't pay for pension but still expect nice retirement
Pension contributions at risk under new personal insolvency debt deals
Banks slash interest rates for savers by 40pc
10 best Chic Retreats
Lulu Townsend selects her favourite guesthouse hideaways
Copenhagen: Great Dane
Its inventive cuisine, buzzing port and design flair has made Copenhagen one of Europe's hottest city breaks
Malmo: Kitsch capital of Europe
Thomas Breathnach joins the fans descending on this year's Eurovision host city
Mother & Babies
Nell McAndrew introduces new baby Anya
Model and fitness fanatic Nell McAndrew has shown off her new baby daughter - and says that children are now her priority rather than her health challenges.
Pregnant Claire Byrne admits 'she couldn't be happier'
Claire Byrne's baby is due in October
IVF breakthrough triples couples' chance of a baby
WOMEN undergoing IVF are three times more likely to have a baby through a new technique that scientists are claiming as the biggest fertility breakthrough for 35 years.
- Commando in Cannes - Eva Longoria has wardrobe malfunction on red carpet
- Wife of bankrupt Dunne plans $150,000 gym and cinema upgrade to home
- Past winner Linda Martin at centre of controversy over 'man-in-drag' jibe
- Driver (24) killed after car hits traffic island
- Homeowners can move and keep their tracker mortgages
Old news here.For years when in the UK I buy my shopping and 2 years ago Tesco in UK were selling white potatoes 2.5 kg at Â£1 and here they charged â¬ 3.99 for the same...
Can't see what all the fuss is about. It's just a flash in the Cannes.
Bravo ! Why did the state not buy a few metal detectors and get some of the 2677 people aged between 60 & 65 who have never worked in Ireland but have claimed the dol...
Calcium, osteoporosis and Coeliac Disease
People with coeliac disease have a higher risk of developing the bone disease osteoporosis
John Rocha talks eyes
John Rocha, known for his signature muted tones, has brought in a vibrant palette for his debut foray in to eyewear
Be fab at 50 ‘Shouts’ Lulu with new Aurora Collection
Lulu unveils a collection of glasses created specifically for stylish women aged 50 plus
Should’ve gone to Specsavers …New Hawkeye will give refs a clear view
‘Should’ve gone to Specsavers’, will be a phrase aimed less often at referees, now that the new Hawkeye points detection technology is going live at Croke Park.
A splash of colour as … John Rocha and Specsavers join forces
Bright crimson, blush pink and indigo blue are the keynotes in one of the biggest fashion stories of this year. Designer John Rocha has launched his first ever eyewear collection, teaming up with Specsavers.
Managing cross contamination on a gluten-free diet
One of the problems with managing a gluten free diet is making sure that you don’t accidentally pick up gluten.