# the-sun - Monday 28 May, 2012
The protester called the former British prime minister a war criminal and had to be forcibly removed from the inquiry courtroom.
# the-sun - Wednesday 2 May, 2012
The Twitterati were practically queuing up to condemn The Sun’s controversial front page today.
# the-sun - Sunday 22 April, 2012
The Bolton footballer also thanked Dr Andrew Deaner for helping to save his life.
# the-sun - Sunday 1 April, 2012
Astronomers recorded the event this week by placing a telescope on board the Solar Discovery Observatory satellite.
# the-sun - Thursday 15 March, 2012
The boxer has described himself as “an ex-professional unable to earn a living” in light of the punishment.
# the-sun - Monday 12 March, 2012
It was suggested last week that wolf-whistling could be banned in the UK – but it appears that the controversy emerged from a Council of Europe convention on violence against women. Ireland is currently studying its recommendations.
# the-sun - Friday 2 March, 2012
The revelation comes after days of speculation about the British prime minister’s relationship with the former News International executive and her former police horse.
A damages claim by Manchester United and Wales footballer against the Sun newspaper was thrown out by a British High Court judge today.
# the-sun - Wednesday 29 February, 2012
The Leveson inquiry today heard evidence from one police investigator who said the former News International chief executive was targeted on a weekly basis.
# the-sun - Tuesday 28 February, 2012
The former editor of the Sun and the News of the World was lent the retired horse for two years by the Metropolitan Police.
# the-sun - Monday 27 February, 2012
The senior police officer leading the phone hacking probe gave evidence to the Leveson inquiry into media ethics today.
# the-sun - Sunday 26 February, 2012
The paper has launched a Sunday edition less than year after News International shut down its Sunday tabloid, the News of The World.
# the-sun - Monday 20 February, 2012
The new paper will fill the gap left when The News of the World closed last summer at the height of the hacking scandal.
# the-sun - Friday 17 February, 2012
In the Fix tonight: Eircom Studyhub hacked; unvouched expenses; and Chris O’Dowd v Miss Piggy…
An email sent by Rupert Murdoch to staff at The Sun confirms that far from being closed, the paper will be turning seven-day.
A number of senior staff at The Sun have been arrested in recent weeks in connection with payments to public officials.
# the-sun - Saturday 11 February, 2012
Staff at the paper are said to be fearing for their futures after five senior contributors were arrested by London police.
# the-sun - Saturday 28 January, 2012
Four current and former employees of The Sun and one police officer were arrested as part of the investigation into police bribery this morning.
# the-sun - Friday 20 January, 2012
News International admitted it paid a private investigator to hack phones and blag information about a number of high profile figures in the UK who received compensation yesterday.
# the-sun - Wednesday 23 November, 2011
Rupert Murdoch’s son has stepped down from the boards of News Group Newspapers Limited and Times Newspapers Limited.
# the-sun - Tuesday 15 November, 2011
The star looks set to be severely punished for the accident he apparently caused at his rented home last month.
# the-sun - Wednesday 2 November, 2011
News International’s James Murdoch will face more questions from MPs next Thursday.
# the-sun - Tuesday 18 October, 2011
A parliamentary debate on the Hillsborough disaster ended with an agreement that all government documents relating to the disaster would be released.
# the-sun - Wednesday 5 October, 2011
The tabloid’s publishers have agreed to pay Tom Cleverley “a substantial sum” in libel damages.
# the-sun - Tuesday 4 October, 2011
Fooled by an early declaration of guilt on a slander charge, the Daily Mail and Sun post stories declaring Knox to have lost her appeal.
# the-sun - Wednesday 7 September, 2011
Rupert Murdoch’s UK newspaper publisher will drop the workers between now and July – but won’t say if Irish staff are to go.
# the-sun - Thursday 25 August, 2011
Georgie Thompson was arrested after she was found to be over the legal limit while driving her Porsche sports car.
# the-sun - Wednesday 20 July, 2011
The publications’ websites carried a photograph of a defendant in a murder trial that showed him holding a firearm.
# the-sun - Tuesday 19 July, 2011
The hacking group returned after saying it was disbanding last month.
# the-sun - Saturday 16 July, 2011
A full-page advert in all of today’s British papers says sorry for the “serious wrongdoing that occurred” at NotW.
# the-sun - Friday 15 July, 2011
Former News of the World editor says she is sorry and feels “a deep sense of responsibility for the people we have hurt”.
# the-sun - Tuesday 12 July, 2011
The assistant commissioner of the Metropolitan Police will be grilled on why he chose not to reopen inquiries in 2009.
# the-sun - Monday 11 July, 2011
Former PM’s bank account may have been illegally accesses by The Sunday Times, while The Sun obtained his son’s medical records.
# the-sun - Wednesday 29 June, 2011
Leonard Watters has appeared at Dublin District Court today charged with falsely accusing the Westlife manager of indecent assault.
# the-sun - Tuesday 28 June, 2011
Riots in Greece, RTÉ responds to the Healy-Rae phone call controversy, amazing pics of a WWII plane dug out of a bog in Donegal….and a baby koala.
# the-sun - Saturday 25 June, 2011
In today’s fix: Dublin’s Pride Parade, Smurfs on show and what you think about U2′s tax affairs (the answer? Not much)…
Turns out half of all Britons have a German gene. Cue tabloid frenzy…