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Harvey Norman ad that referenced Leaving Cert students with 'sore heads' banned
Donegal nightclub slapped on wrist for 'shag a ginger' night ad
How bookies, e-cigarettes and kids meals can advertise changes today
Irish company's Caitlyn Jenner ad 'offensive, transphobic and demeaning to transgender people everywhere'
Here's why people thought this ad for smoked ham was 'offensive and disrespectful'
'It is not ok to sing and dance while driving a car'
Man says Claudia Schiffer is a liar, Astras DO break down
Paddy Power erection pun and Georgia Salpa eating chocolate are fair game for ads
We didn't mean to objectify women, say Newbridge Silverware on banned ad
Newbridge ad deemed too sexy (not the Ronan O'Gara one)
Complaints against Vodafone, Dublin Airport and a psychic healer upheld
Ads in breach: Small print from Three, bad coverage from eMobile, indecency from The Wright Venue
The Wolf of Wall Street, Jameson, and Pope John Paul II: The week in numbers
Complaint over 'Limerick crime scene' Irish Examiner ad not upheld
Adverts in breach: Healing bracelets, shoes that tone and cowboys in vans
Avonmore, Aer Lingus and Eircom breached advertising codes
Advertising authority to monitor ads by companies on social media
Column: What does ‘feck’ really mean?
Stan Carey
Column: Yes, the Club Orange ads are offensive. But mainly they’re just lame.
Jean Sutton
9 ideas for non-boob-related Club Orange ads
Senator’s criticism of abortion ads an ‘odious abuse of taxpayer-funded privilege’
"Spanking", "MILF" and hangover Jesus too much for the Advertising Standards Authority
ASAI powerless to act on anti-abortion billboards
GAA-themed crisps ads not Hunky Dory, says advertising watchdog
Camogie chief says crisps ads are just not 'Hunky Dory'
Adverts rapped for being sexist, misleading and 'feckin' great'