• The Huffington Post UK

    Can't Place Where You Recognise I'm A Celebrity Star Andrew Maxwell From? Allow Us To Help

    But while you will have heard of stars like Ian Wright, Caitlyn Jenner and Kate Garraway, a couple of the celebrities taking part might not be quite so familiar. If you haven't tuned into X Factor for the last couple of years, the chances are that Rak-Su singer Myles Stephenson will have passed you by, while Adele Roberts might also draw a blank if you don't regularly tune into BBC Radio 1. For those not familiar with Andrew, here's a little bit more about him…  He's best known for his work as a stand-up comedian Andrew did his first gig at a local comedy club when he was still a teenager, and within a couple of years he was already gigging in and around Ireland and the UK. He's gone on to make

  • The Huffington Post UK

    Shiregreen Parents Jailed For Murdering Sons And Plotting To Kill Their Other Children

    Barrass and Machin decided children were 'better off dead' Brothers Tristan, 13, and Blake Barrass, 14, were strangled Barrass told police she planned to kill the younger two children and herself after the older four had died Court reveals Machin is Barrass's half-brother and father of the six children Sheffield City Council announces serious case review  Incestuous parents who admitted murdering two of their children as well as plotting to murder four more have each been jailed for a minimum of 35 years.  Sarah Barrass, 35, and her half-brother Brandon Machin, 39, had pleaded guilty to murdering teenagers Tristan and Blake Barrass at an earlier hearing at Sheffield Crown Court. The couple also

  • BreakingNews.ie

    'The cross was sitting in our yard' - Father heartbroken after baby's grave vandalised in Limerick

    Gardaí have launched an investigation after a baby's grave was vandalised in Co Limerick. Baby Gary McDonagh passed away from sudden infant death syndrome in August last year and is buried at Taylor's Cross in Fedamore. Last Friday, ornaments around his grave were smashed and a cross was taken and dumped at his grandmother's home nearby. His father, also named Gary, says it's disturbing to think someone could do this to an innocent child's resting place. "What actually happened is I walked out my mam's front door and the cross was sitting in our yard," he explained. "(It was) brought down to my mam's and thrown over the wall." Mr McDonagh added that angels and flower pots placed at the grave

  • JOE.ie

    Infant girl sustains serious injuries during assault in Meath

    A female in her 20s was also injured during the incident. An infant girl received serious injuries during an assault that took place in Ashbourne in Meath on Monday morning. Gardaí are currently investigating the assault, which also resulted in a female in her 20s sustaining minor injuries. The infant girl was taken to Temple Street Children's University Hospital following the incident; her injuries are not life-threatening. A male in his 20s was arrested under Section 4 of the Criminal Justice Act 1984 and is currently being detained in Ashbourne Garda Station. Investigations are ongoing.

  • Irish Examiner

    Supreme Court orders extradition of Polish man on drug-trafficking charges

    The Supreme Court has ordered the extradition of a Polish man in a landmark case at the centre of controversy after a judge here raised concerns about the impact of “systemic” violations of the independence of the Polish judiciary. The five judge court's unanimous decision today in the case of Artur Daniel Celmer, wanted for drug trafficking offences, has implications for about 45 other cases here awaiting the outcome. The Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission had made submissions on legal issues in the case. Giving the main judgment, which applied a Court of Justice of the EU decision to the case, Mr Justice Donal O'Donnell said on Tuesday there was “clear evidence” of breach of Poland's

  • TheJournal.ie

    Drivers who dangerously overtake cyclists face automatic fine and penalty points from today

    A NEW LAW which makes it an offence for motorists to dangerously overtake a cyclist has come into effect. Since midnight, drivers caught putting cyclists at risk when overtaking them on Irish roads will be fined €120 and given three penalty points. It follows ongoing discussions by gardaí, the Department for Transport, the Road Safety Authority, and the Attorney General to develop a legal mechanism to target drivers who put cyclists at risk when overtaking. The introduction of the new law will be highlighted by the rollout of new signage, which will warn motorists to allow adequate space when overtaking cyclists. The signage will urge motorists to provide for a 1m distance overtaking space in

  • Big News Network.com

    Here's what Selena Gomez say about her battle with Lupus

    Washington D.C. [USA], Nov 12 (ANI): Singer Selena Gomez who has weathered several storms in her life, opened up about the hardest times and how she dealt with them. Not only has the 27-year-old struggled with issues regarding her health, but those problems gradually began to affect her mental health as well. She opened up about her side of the story in a new interview with Giving Back Generation, that suffering from Lupus has a direct impact on her weight, which isn't particularly easy since she lives such a public lifestyle, reported E-Online. She further explained, "I'm very happy with living my life and being present. Similar to me posting a photo and walking away; for me that's it. I will