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# In trouble

Last year
Harvey Norman's 'dangerous driving' and Volkswagen's carbon claims fall foul of ads watchdog
A total of 12 complaints were upheld by the ad standards body.
All time
Porto draw leaves Milan on brink of Champions League exit
The Italian side are appearing in the Champions League for the first time since 2013-14.
Dundalk fall to ninth following defeat to Drogheda in Louth derby
The visitors hadn’t won a game at Oriel Park since 2012.
97th-minute equaliser deals major blow to survival hopes of Barry-Murphy's Rochdale
A 3-3 draw with AFC Wimbledon leaves the Irishman’s side teetering on the brink of League One.
Real Madrid lose again to Shakhtar, leaving Champions League hopes on the brink
Zidane’s side were beaten 2-0 in Kiev.
Aussie Rules players banned for virus breach after strip club brawl
‘Yes, young people can make mistakes, but we expect better.’
Vintners say thousands of pubs face defaulting on loans as six-month mortgage moratorium due to end
Pubs were given a six-month moratorium on their mortgages.
Irish Aviation Authority fears that air traffic will drop by 90%
The IAA said it handled 62,449 flights last month.
Fashion retailer Forever 21 files for bankruptcy
A decision was made last year to close the retailer’s only Irish shop in Dublin.
Italian World Cup winner Iaquinta jailed for firearms possession and mafia links
The 38-year-old has been given a two-year sentence by an Italian court.
UK payday lender Wonga 'on brink of collapse'
A deluge of customer compensation claims could sink the lender, according to UK news reports.
Arsenal's problems deepen as Brighton hand Gunners third consecutive league defeat
Chris Hughton’s men helped their survival chances, while piling more pressure on Arsene Wenger.
Formal complaint issued against Toulon president for saying EPCR chiefs have 'no morality'
Mourad Boudjellal’s comments came in response to Mathieu Bastareaud’s citing for calling an opponent a ‘f*****g f****t’.
Liverpool star Firmino arrested for drink driving
The 25-year-old Brazilian international was charged after being stopped by Merseyside Police in the early hours of Christmas Eve.
Northampton admit that George North 'probably was' concussed last weekend
The Premiership club are waiting to learn whether they will be punished for their treatment of the incident.
Lionel Messi and his father handed 21-month suspended sentence for tax fraud
The Barcelona star has also been fined €2 million but he is unlikely to serve time in prison.
Organisers confident €56m American football game will go ahead despite sanctioning row
Less than three months from the game in the Aviva stadium, it remains unsanctioned.
UFC fighter Diego Brandao arrested for alleged assault outside strip club
The Brazilian reportedly struck an employee with a gun.
England prop Joe Marler cited for this alleged strike in win over Wales
Marler may now miss England’s Grand Slam clash against France this weekend.
Wales prop Francis cited for this alleged gouge in defeat to England
The Welshman will face a disciplinary hearing later this week.
Wayne Barnes doesn't know how lucky he is... NHL player faces suspension for hit on referee
Dennis Wideman is facing a long period off the ice.
Connacht barely maintain their top six place after Scarlets beat them with a bonus point
The westerners were beaten 32-9 by Scarlets.
Is Fine Gael facing an election bloodbath?
After a historic victory in 2011, the largest party in the State is now facing the loss of over 20 seats at the next election on current poll numbers.
Samsung's year goes from bad to worse as profits continue to plunge
Weak smartphone sales and increased competition meant the company recording its smallest quarterly profit in three years.
Immobile and Aubameyang strike for Dortmund to punish poor Arsenal defending
Borussia are 2-0 up at the Westfalenstadion.
Poll: Have you ever got in trouble for a post on social media?
A small number of gardaí have faced disciplinary procedures in relation to their use of social media.
Little girl tells elaborate story to get out of trouble for eating a doughnut
Caught sugary-handed.
'Resume your seat while I'm on my feet': Gerry Adams was given out to in the Dáil today
The Sinn Féin president got a telling-off from the Dáil Ceann Comhairle this afternoon.
Having made a 'complete and utter balls of it', what hope now for the banking inquiry?
Analysis: Before it’s even started the public perception of the banking inquiry has been badly damaged.
Cheick Tiote handed suspended prison sentence for buying fake driving licence
The Newcastle United midfielder admitted to paying €15,000 to a man in Belgium for the forged document.
McGeady facing police questioning after his ‘disgraceful hooliganism’
The Ireland winger allegedly smashed up the dressing room after being sent off for Spartak Moscow over the weekend.