Wallace got €120k in garda arrest claim
Independent TD took the action after being arrested for a public-order offence.
Dana's brother charged with child molestation in UK
Brother charged with three counts of child molestation.
Survival stories of Oklahoma
Residents reveal extreme lengths they went to survive tornado.
Creches are probed by gardai, HSE over claims children mishandled
Now AIB ready to let movers keep their trackers
Mothers with health cover having 'needless' caesareans
[TICON-A VIDEO] Taoiseach hits back at 'tax haven' claims in US Senate
Limits on powers of gardai to stop phone coverage
Apology to score.ie regarding content
Christian Ronaldo’s girlfriend just about manages to stay in her dress at Cannes
TIME was when Cannes was about the movies, but this year it’s been all about the dresses
Flatley puts foot down over false report he wants a British passport
'LORD of the Dance' Michael Flatley insisted he is "proud to be Irish" as he rubbished claims he has applied for a British passport.
Bono's latest stadium gig – Eve's graduation
HE IS well used to rocking arenas around the globe, but Bono enjoyed a new experience when he saw his daughter graduate in a world-famous stadium.
Crimes against design? Gallery's bad taste exhibition
Exhibition exposes crimes against design.
John Leech found dead at his home
Husband of former government adviser Monica Leech found dead at home.
Kenny faces €100,000 cut as RTE to cap presenters' pay
RTE reveals no star presenters will earn more than €500,000.
Lifeguards couldn't see boy in 'cloudy' pool
Boy had to be pointed out to lifeguards, an inquest heard.
Spending chief should step down during €250k probe, says TD
Committee investigating €250,000 kit-out of office.
FBI agent kills man 'connected to Boston bomber'
Man had alleged ties to Boston bombing suspect.
Student wins top art award with portrait of sister
Secondary school student joins the ranks of renowned artists.
Rescued sailors pay heartfelt thanks to Navy
Elderly couple's 'thank you' to crew after rescue.
The condom conundrum
Why Irish women are still getting accidentally pregnant
Are you right there, Michael?
The remarkable rollercoaster career of Minister Noonan
Why Mick Lally's spirit is always with us
Arrested Development returns
Can the new episodes capture the show's glory days?
'Why I love being the Beeb's summer super-sub'
The mother of all fashion statements
How bumps are becoming the latest accessory
Warning Graphic Content: Man with bloodied hands tries to justify attack
This disturbing footage shows the Woolwich killer speak to the camera man and also clips of the aftermath when police came. Credit: NewsLlVE
Incredible Tilt Shift video shows Dublin as toy model
A new video by Dublin film students showing the city as if it were a toy model has gone viral. ‘Tilt-shift Dublin’ was created by Olivia Ricci, Stephen Duffy, Rafal Baran and Afshin Moosavi, a group of second year creative digital media students from Blanchardstown IT.
Warning scenes of death and injury: Woolwich Shooting After Machete Attack
Credit: Woolwich finest
London Terror Attack
Police to question suspects after soldier murder
Anti-terror police were today preparing to question the two men shot and injured after the Woolwich soldier killing as details about their backgrounds began to emerge.
Killers are of Nigerian background
The Woolwich killers are of Nigerian background, sources have confirmed.
Two men arrested after attacks on mosques as tensions remain high on streets of London
Two men have been arrested after separate attacks on mosques following the terrorist incident in Woolwich.
[TICON-A VIDEO] Woolwich killing: the random attack has always been MI5's greatest fear
[TICON-A VIDEO] 'They've killed him, they've killed him' - eyewitness accounts of the attack
[TICON-A VIDEO] Barbaric scenes on London street as soldier beheaded in terrorist attack
[TICON-A VIDEO] Killers knew attack would go viral – and embraced it
[TICON-A VIDEO] Brutal killing sparks calls for great police powers
[TICON-A VIDEO] Religious groups condemn attack on London streets
Friends get life for frenzied knife murder of man in bog
TWO men are beginning a life sentence behind bars for the brutal murder of a Brazilian man they stabbed 64 times and left to rot in a bog hole.
Overweight people with cancer have poorer rate of survival
OBESE cancer patients are more inclined to be diagnosed later and have poorer survival rates, according to a new study.
Montessori firm sitting on profits of €1.7m
THE Links Childcare business is sitting on profits of nearly €1.7m.
Garda faces dismissal after internal inquiry into assault on woman
Binman cried out for help before being crushed in lorry
Thirteen blue flags lost after tougher tests on water quality
Flybe axes Belfast to Gatwick route
Fan of 'The Quiet Man' pays €300,000 for pub made famous by iconic film
Illegal Irish get chance to 'step out of shadows' in the US
No early cold comfort for McIlroy at Wentworth
Rory McIlroy missed two good chances to get among the early leaders when the BMW PGA Championship got under way at a chilly Wentworth today.
Reprieve puts Keane back in the frame for England and Georgia games
ROBBIE KEANE has convinced LA Galaxy to allow him miss two league games and join up with the Ireland squad for the friendlies against England and Georgia, 24 hours after the FAI admitted defeat on the matter.
Golf-Sponsor Adidas criticises Garcia over Woods jibe
Sponsor Adidas has criticised Spanish golfer Sergio Garcia for a jibe directed at Tiger Woods that has drawn accusations of racism.
Don't expect the game to be pretty – Cavanagh
McIlroy: McDowell friendship cast-iron despite Horizon comment
Corruption verdict sees Eddie Ahern's future hanging in balance
Bale hints he's planning to stick with Spurs
Kettle confident Dubs can secure lucrative new sponsor
Celtic captain Brown defends teammate Commons
Permanent TSB shareholders walk out of meeting in row over voting
PERMANENT TSB shareholders staged a mass walkout of the company's annual general meeting yesterday, amid a row over voting at the meeting.
Sales at Irish Spar shops fall 3pc amid weak consumer confidence
Retail sales at Spar shops in Ireland dipped 3pc to €1.08bn last year, according to new figures from the international chain.
Lack of action on failed pension schemes unfair to workers – IBEC
THE Government's decision not to include changes to how pensioners are prioritised when a pension fund becomes insolvent will put the livelihoods of thousands of workers at risk, industry groups have warned.
Central Bank's hopes of recovering IBRC debts hinge on legal cost ruling
American tycoons scooping up castles in land of forefathers
Brendan Keenan: More work for all – but there's a tough price to be paid for it
TH€ PUNT: Aer Arann aiming high as years of turbulence clear
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Amanda Bynes says magazine used fake photos of her apartment
Actress claims the tabloids purposefully distorted her image.
Madonna sends bodyguard to chaperone daughter's date
It is claimed singer is finding it difficult to accept that her 16-year-old Lourdes is growing up
Contract to enter Justin Bieber’s home warns of ‘catastrophic injuries’
Contract leaked online.
Barbaric scenes on London street as soldier beheaded in terrorist attack
Shoppers on a busy London street looked on in horror as two men brandishing meat cleavers hacked an off-duty soldier "like a piece of meat" in broad daylight.
'I wasn't religious before, I am now': Tornado victims reveal survival stories
Tornado survivors thanked God, sturdy closets and luck in explaining how they lived through the colossal twister that devastated an Oklahoma town and killed 24 people, an astonishingly low toll given the extent of destruction.
At least five killed in overnight clashes in Tripoli
Five people were killed and more than 50 wounded in overnight clashes in Tripoli between Lebanese gunmen loyal to rival factions in Syria's civil war, doctors and security sources said today.
FBI kills Florida man with suspected ties to Boston bomb suspect
Angela Merkel named most powerful woman in the world for third year running
Up in smoke: LA votes to limit marijuana shops
Most expensive coffee in the world – silver pot expected to sell for $6m at auction
"Jon Venables is a danger to the public" - James Bolger's mum makes emotional plea to keep son's killer behind bars
[TICON-A VIDEO] Pope performs exorcism in St Peter's Square
Siobhan Talbot: 'I don't believe in gender quotas – people should get jobs on merit alone'
I DON'T have too much time for talk of crashing through glass ceilings. But I do recognise that, with my appointment as head of global food group Glanbia, I may be seen as something of a flag-bearer for women in business.
David McWilliams: The May miracle that injects €44.6m into creaking economy
Help! Sunday communion
Darragh McManus: The Doors' musical legacy is an immortal one
MUSIC legend Ray Manzarek was 74 when he died of cancer this week. He had reached a good age – the first incarnation of his band The Doors ended a whole 42 years ago. But such is the nature of fame and rock mythology that it still comes as a shock to realise: this man was old.
Liz O’Donnell: It's tough being a woman TD in a Dail chamber run by the boys
Stephen Kinsella: Time for joined-up thinking to help councils
Stephen Kinsella: Austerity, Apple and America: what we all learned this week
Aisling O'Connor: It's game over for Beckham on pitch but fashion career is just taking off
Ian O'Doherty: Neutral? I don't care. I'm invading you anyway.
Kim Bielenberg: Mixed feelings as critics bite Apple over tax
'Emmerdale' and 'Dam Busters' star Thorp dies
[TICON-A VIDEO] Sharon Osbourne confirmed to return to X Factor as new panel announced
Twink defends Linda Martin after Eurovision ‘drag queen’ jibe
Ke$ha slammed by parent group after drinking own urine on TV show
[TICON-A VIDEO] Arrested Development returns
Jonathan Rhys Meyers rumoured to be lined up for Star Wars VII
Launch of Arrested Development season 4
John Byrne talks to cast members at the London launch of Arrested Development season 4
The X Factor: Sharon Osbourne confirmed to return
X Factor bosses have confirmed Sharon Osbourne will return to The X Factor judging panel to replace Tulisa. She'll join Gary, Louis and Nicole.
Michael Douglas holds back tears in Cannes
What could be Steven Soderbergh's last film, Behind The Candelabra, starred at the Cannes Film Festival with the film's star Michael Douglas struggling to hold back the tears on an emoitonal day.Douglas was diagnosed with life-threatening throat cancer in 2010, and was later cleared in 2011, and declared his role as the lead, Liberace, as "a beautiful gift".
Living with Google Glass: what are they actually like to wear?
Teenagers 'burdened' by Facebook turning to Twitter - study
Tacky or weird? Gallery's bad taste exhibition
GIF inventor says it should be pronounced 'jif'
[TICON-A VIDEO] Microsoft touts Xbox One as future of entertainment
The Last of Us: Hands-on preview
Highest auction price of year as home in need of repair fetches €2.9m
Mortgage lending plunges by 66pc in first quarter
Homeowners can move and keep their tracker mortgages
Customers taking out more cash to beat charges
Make me richer: good deals this week
Revealed: the top performing funds in the world – and the real dogs
Single men 'most likely' to get a flight upgrade
A poll of airline staff has suggested that single men in their thirties have the best chance of getting a free upgrade on a flight
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
Mother & Babies
Children of women with low levels of iodine have lower IQs and reading abilities
Women who are pregnant or planning to have children should ensure they consume the right amount of iodine or risk their child having a low IQ, according to researchers.
Would you dress your kids in second-hand clothes?
Is your baby too good for hand-me-downs?
The mother of all fashion statements
You can still show off your individual style while pregnant... no matter what size your bump is
As you say, these guys were Muslim extremists. Probably radicalised in their bedrooms and I won't be surprised if they turn out to be criminals with long records.They do ...
Theatre studies. That's an impressive degree?
RiP to that young soldier and console his family in the aftermath of his violent death. The lady who confronted the terrorist was extremely brave and it is good that her...
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.