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Last year
'It's put me off having more kids': Your stories of childcare in Ireland during the pandemic
We asked parents to share their stories. Here’s what they told us.
All time
Schoolboy sued by his aunt for breaking her wrist 'still loves her'
“She would never do anything to hurt the family or myself, and she loves us.”
Man has jaw broken in fight over last train carriage seat
The incident happened on a packed London Underground train.
A prize bull has 'broken' his penis after an overly-enthusiastic amorous encounter
It doesn’t bear thinking about…
WATCH: A skydiver survived this terrifying landing
Broken stuff hanging around that needs fixing? Read this before you throw it out
Step away from the bin.
One of the Government jets has broken down - what are ministers to do?
The Gulfstream IV, which Brian Lenihan said in 2010 should be scrapped, is out of action — leaving just one jet on duty.
Ireland's World Cup dream comes crashing down under English control
Fiona Coghlan’s side were well beaten in the semi-final at Stade Jean-Bouin, Paris.
Hamas agrees to 24-hour humanitarian truce
This followed a statement by Israel that it would resume its raids on Gaza.
Desperately Irish reaction to a broken pub tap
It’s pure fecked lads.
Clash of the Ash (Wednesday): 15 hurleys that paid for their sins
When commitment and sport combine, wood is liable to shatter.
How can this man sell an umbrella for thousands of euro?
Michel Heurtault has created a niche in Paris for the most expensive parasols money can buy.
Thomas Bjorn smashes a TV camera with his second shot
The Dane can look forward to getting an invoice in the post, presumably.
14 windows smashed on DART carriage by youths
Today saw a second incident of window smashing on board a DART train from Howth to Bray.
NASA's planet-hunting spacecraft is broken - but they're determined to fix it
The planet-hunting telescope is 40 million miles from Earth and searches for Earth-like planets outside our solar system.
Smile! One third of Irish people have broken or missing teeth
Poor childhood dental habits were blamed for tooth loss later in life by the majority of people in a new survey.