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Rio police rely on toilet paper donations due to cuts in funding
Severe budget shortfalls have left police scrounging for equipment, fuel and even the most basic hygiene items.
This former NBA star on how coffee habits can tell you a lot about players' finances
Adonal Foyle spent 12 years with the Golden State Warriors, Orlando Magic and the Memphis Grizzlies.
11 tweets that sum up being broke in January
The longest month. Ever.
7 cheap nights in to have with The Girls
Gather up the gals for a cheap night in.
Trust fund set up to support family of Lomu after New Zealand legend dies broke
The All Blacks great tragically passed away last month, leaving behind two young sons.
12 facts of life for all skint people
It’s that time of the month again…
The average Irish person will spend almost €600 this Christmas
According to a Christmas spending survey. And we all think we’re worse off than last year. Mind you, last year we felt the same way…
50 Cent didn't take too kindly to being called 'broke'
The rapper was reported to have declared bankruptcy in July. But he’s still doing OK…
Over 500% increase in people being declared bankrupt
There has been a 568% increase in the number of bankruptcy adjudications before the courts.
Westlife singer Shane Filan talks to Pat about how he ended up €23 million in debt
Filan was a high profile casualty of the economic crash.
One in 7 of us have "nothing left" at the end each month
Four in five households say they’re concerned water charges will put a further strain on their finances.
Is this the latest headache for Ireland's insolvent classes?
A recently discovered flaw in insolvency law won’t be fixed until September.
Fiji sack their coach... to save money
The cash-strapped rugby union were left with little choice.
6 signs you may have overspent at Christmas
No mun, no fun, so they say.
Poll: Will the new insolvency service work?
It is launched today but will the service for struggling borrowers actually work?
Day One: Insolvency Service opens its doors
Reports yesterday suggested that up to 4,500 people have been in contact with the body already.
NAMA tries to stop Seán Dunne's US plans
Another twist in the tale…
Leaks could do 'untold damage' to insolvency services
Fianna Fáil has called on the government to publish the guidelines immediately.
Sports film of the week: Broke
Billy Corden’s latest offering takes a look at how many athletes fail to properly manage their millions.
12 telling quotes from Broke, the new ESPN 30 for 30 documentary
The brilliant sports doc series returned for a second season on Tuesday night with this look at pro athletes who went bankrupt.
ESPN 30 for 30 returned last night with 'Broke', a documentary on pro athletes going bankrupt
Judging by their tweets, a lot of American athletes woke up this morning and resolved to be more careful with their money.
One million people live on €70 or less a month after the bills are paid: survey
A new survey uncovers some shocking statistics including that 428,000 believe they have no future for their families in Ireland because of the economic downturn.