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Tuesday 6 June 2023 Dublin: 15°C

# Videos

All time
# Australia
Australia's government rocked by 'disgraceful' sex act allegations
Videos of staff from Australia’s conservative government performing sex acts in parliament have been leaked.
# Videos
YouTube suspends Trump’s account due to concerns about 'ongoing potential for violence'
The video sharing website said it will also disable comments on the US president’s channel “indefinitely”.
# Banned
TikTok working to remove suicide video clips
The video-sharing app has said it will ban users that repeatedly try to share the footage on its platform.
# Abuse
Gardaí contact Twitter and Data Protection Commissioner over videos of officers being abused at Covid checkpoints
A number of videos have been posted online in the last month.
# Keane Mulready-Woods
Gardaí probe veracity of videos shared on social media purporting to show gangland victim Keane Mulready-Woods
Gardaí have asked the public not to share the images on social media.
# strategic communications
Taoiseach's department has spent nearly €500k on video production since Varadkar took office
Videos produced for the Project Ireland 2040 plan cost just under €150,000 alone.
# watch the tapes
RTÉ is making public a massive archive of old news clips
Think of it like Reeling In The Years on demand.
# South Carolina
Footage shows moment woman chained up for two months by serial killer is rescued
South Carolina prosecutors released several videos, dozens of pictures and hundreds of pages of evidence against serial killer Todd Kohlhepp.
# mr price
Store manager shared videos of disabled employee in WhatsApp group for 'merriment'
The sales assistant’s disability is a result of a road traffic accident.
# Facebook Live
Facebook is adding 3,000 staff to root out videos of murders
In a post published today, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the move was being made to make the social media site safer.
# Courts
Man filmed himself sexually assaulting heavily pregnant girlfriend while she slept
The accused told her he had drugged her on occasion because he thought she needed sleep.
# galway at christmas
9 Reasons Galway is Just the Best At Christmas
It’s the most wonderful tiiiime of the year.
# sounds of ireland
12 Sounds of Ireland That Will Remind You of Home
Music to our ears.
# Television
The top 13 Iconic Irish TV Moments
# Be kind rewind
12 memories of renting videos that will make every 90s kid weep with nostalgia
Can we get two, mam?
# column
Watch: Getting the fitness basics right can make all the difference
It’s important to nail down your technique before moving on to heavier and more complex movements, writes David Last
# giving up the fags
14 words and phrases as Gaeilge to get you through budget day
Pack of clowns.
# coat pile
The 10 Unwritten Rules of Going to an Irish Nightclub
Listen up.
# Videos
13 Pieces of Irish Pub Etiquette the World Needs to Understand
Here’s an education.
# soft and craggy boglands
10 Of The Most Mayo Things That Have Ever Happened
All together now! OH THE GREEN AND RED OF MAYO…
# more milk
11 Distinctly Irish Nutrition Tips
This is all science.
# you wouldn't get it
13 things the world will never understand about Ireland
We’re a peculiar lot, really.
# irish truths
13 truths Irish people need the world to understand
Listen up, lads.
# Video
Connacht top the table, Leinster stay hot on their heels and the weekend's Pro12 highlights
Munster and Ulster fans may want to look away.
# christmas past
WATCH: Santa visits the children of Dublin in 1948
Best day ever.
# Your Say
Poll: Would you sign up for YouTube's subscription plan?
What would you pay to get rid of those pesky ads?
# shape
Analysis: Bath's polished diamond structure allows creativity to flourish
We take a look at one aspect of the attacking quality that brought Mike Ford’s side into the Premiership final.
# Joy to Watch
Analysis: Munster torn apart by Townsend's free-running Warriors
The Scottish side’s attacking quality prospered on the back of their tireless enthusiasm.
# Aesthetics
Analysis: Inventive Ulster and Glasgow primed for Pro12 play-off thriller
We’ve taken a look at some of the factors that could lead to an exhilarating match at Scotstoun today.
# charlie bit my finger
These are Ireland's most viewed YouTube videos
Surprisingly, there are no cat videos, but there is one called ‘Ultimate Dog Tease’.
# History
Classic analysis: Sexton leads Leinster to greatest European comeback
We look back on one of the most legendary games in the history of European rugby.
# clinical
Analysis: Leinster's missed try chances must be taken against Toulon
Matt O’Connor’s side will need to make great strides of progress before facing the Top 14 giants.
# Tactics
Analysis: Munster and the Chiefs do damage with open-play mauls
There were tries from the clever ploy in both the Pro12 and Super Rugby last weekend.
# distracted
Videos show teens texting or talking moments before they crashed their cars
New research looked at footage of crashes.
Analysis: Robbie Henshaw shows rich promise as Six Nations star
The 21-year-old was remarkably effective in his first campaign as Ireland’s inside centre.
# Power Plays
Analysis: Rampant O'Brien benefits from Schmidt's intelligent Ireland attack
We break down the plays that saw the Tullow Tank cross twice, as well as the build-up to Jared Payne’s score.
# Try time
Analysis: Ireland's attacking belief flows to fire them to Six Nations title
In the first part of a study of Ireland’s attack against Scotland, we look at captain Paul O’Connell’s early try.
# kick and chase
Analysis: Ireland get taste of own medicine in early stages against Wales
Warren Gatland’s men dominated the early aerial exchanges at the Millennium Stadium.
# Blitzing Beast
Analysis: Sexton's decision making must be sharp against aggressive Wales
We’ve taken a look at what Ireland can expect from the Welsh defence.
# Breakdown
Analysis: Robbie Henshaw's try built on foundation of Irish work rate
We’ve picked apart the build-up to the Connacht man’s wonderful score against England.