Sunday 28 September, 2014
Here’s what’s coming up in TV Land this season.
It’s part of a pilot plan to stop rural businesses in Ireland sliding behind competitors in Europe.
Teenagers in Galway are capturing what the disease means to them.
Bad drivers bring out a special kind of rage in all of us.
In South Africa, more than 6 million of the country’s 52 million population are HIV positive.
Death is an inevitable part of life – but suicide is not. We all need to arm ourselves with the skills to intervene and assist people when they need help.
Official say 45 to 49 hikers sheltered overnight in cabins on the mountain.
Mental health is flagged as one of the possible contributory factors.
The talismanic Cat has ‘gone through the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune’ according to his boss.
The drinks industry says it would help pub owners but alcohol awareness advocates say it would be damaging to society.
The Minister for Foreign Affairs will meet members of the Irish community in New York later today.
Conor McGregor: ‘I wanted to come over here and show the American public the new era of the fighting Irish’
The world title’s next he says.
Saturday 27 September, 2014
Everyone’s talking about three fatal crashes on Irish roads, a TD getting in a scuffle, and the All-Ireland hurling final.
John McDermott said he will be referring the incident to gardaí.
‘It’s not good enough,’ said the Ireland international scrum-half after defeat to the Ospreys.
The incident occurred shortly before 1.30am last night.
How closely were you paying attention?
Very good. If you’re a Republican.
Anthony Foley’s side lost out to the in-form Welsh region in Limerick.
The man was charged last night by police in the United Kingdom.
The region’s drive for independence has been ramped up since Scotland’s attempt.
Plus: How many pigs are there in Ireland?
It’s just the 10 Celtic Crosses for Henry Shefflin now.
The stresses and strains of life were getting me down, but then I did what we so often neglect to do: I embraced the moment.
Brian Cody made sure his men got the job done in this Saturday night showdown.
Mark Reckless is the second MP to defect to UKIP in the space of two months.
The march was organised by the Abortion Rights Campaign.
The government landed itself in an awful mess, Lucinda made some friends and Ed Miliband forgot his lines…
It was another showdown between the Cats and the Premier. Here’s how it unfolded.
The printers = your new enemy.
Almost as good as Kit.
There is always drama when Arsenal play Spurs.
The opposition claim that the controversy is growing ‘shabbier by the day’.
That’s some expensive timekeeping.
The Europeans currently lead in three of the four foursome matches.
Volunteers with Children in Hospital Ireland help hospitals with play schemes, allowing the children a chance to play.
The Tornado combat jets took off from an RAF base in Cyprus.