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Cristiano Ronaldo scores on European record 181st international appearance
The Manchester United star surpassed Sergio Ramos, who has played for Spain 180 times.
Why you might feel uncomfortable or strange seeing large crowds on TV and in films at the moment
How have social distancing measures infiltrated our mindset?
Everything you need to know about viewing the 'super wolf blood moon' overnight
The next total lunar eclipse won’t happen for 14 years.
Irish stargazers will be able to view a rare 'super wolf blood moon' on Monday
It’s the only lunar eclipse viewable in Ireland this year.
Juventus reportedly sold over €50 million worth of Ronaldo jerseys in 24 hours - almost half his transfer fee
The Serie A club is still feeling the effects of acquiring one of the planet’s most famous athletes.
'The Hun' is the hairstyle that is taking over the world right now
Why? How? When did this happen?
Why is Taylor Swift so popular?
While the haters hate, hate, hate, Tay-Tay gets bigger and bigger.
People are coming #HomeToVote and it's making Ireland fierce emotional
Chopping a giant onion here, sorry.
Meet the man behind the multi-million-selling Football Manager series speaks to Miles Jacobson about FM 2014, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s admiration for the series and whether he thinks its avid fans could succeed as managers in real life.
Spontaneous human combustion: around since (at least) 1833?
The case of a Galway pensioner who was pronounced a victim of spontaneous human combustion this week would have posed a challenge to Irish doctor who raised the mystery in early 19th century medical journal.