Review of card holders' 'eligibility' will terrify parents
Almost 14,000 people have signed up to break a world record for singing in Croke Park tomorrow night - with just 1,500 more singers needed for the attempt.
FARMER Eddie Downey has been elected 14th president of the Irish Farmers Association (IFA) after he saw off the challenge of Laois native Jer Bergin.
WE exited the bailout, Roy Keane got back into the FAI-fold and we topped the Forbes list for best place to do business, but all we really cared about in 2013 was 'twerking'.
FISHERMEN will be allowed to increase the overall amount of fish landed next year, but they must reduce the catch of some consumer favourites which they land.
Cavan goalie Alan O'Mara (22) decided to talk about his depression when he realised it took more energy to hide it than to talk about it.
CANCER patients, whose immune systems are already weakened, are being forced to use bottled water at a hospital unit after supplies from taps were contaminated with E-coli.
Hector O hEochagain has told his 'soldiers of the dawn', his 2FM listeners, that he is making a return to the small screen.
THE number of GAA players accessing mental health services trebled in 2013.
AN armed detective opened fire at a suspect who he believed had a gun when the young man pointed his replica weapon at an innocent taxi driver.
STAFF at Dunnes Stores have been hit with €50 fines and threats by management to clamp their cars after parking in the store car park.
BROTHERS John and Desmond Dundon, who are serving life sentences for murder, have mounted a legal challenge to being housed in the segregation unit at Portlaoise Prison.
Glam up your glasses ahead of Christmas party season thanks to Aurora at Specsavers.
Specsavers is once again sponsoring the children’s categories at this year’s Bord Gais Energy Irish Book Awards.
The clock’s going back and the end of Daylight Savings Time marks a period when the days get shorter and the evenings get longer.
The clock is ticking and the countdown has begun …. This year’s New Year’s Eve celebrations in Dublin are set to be the culmination of a massively successful Gathering year.
As the Christmas festivities get underway, O2 Money today published a survey exploring the gifting and lending habits of people in Ireland, which revealed that 71% of us have lent someone money at some point and never got it back. Despite the fact so many have ended up out of pocket the survey also revealed that 69% of us still regularly lend or give money indicating we’re still a generous nation at heart.
This year, there’s a very merry Christmas for everybody at Kildare Village.
Model, actress and fashion icon Suki Waterhouse visited Kildare Village to celebrate the seasonal ‘Toast to Chic’ campaign, this year’s festive campaign at the Collection of nine Chic Outlet Shopping® Villages in Europe.