• Entertainment
    The Huffington Post UK

    Piers Morgan Branded A 'C***' By A Guest On His Own Show Live On Air

    The interview then culminated in Piers asking Jame what their issue was with his position, with the guest beginning to take off their mic, saying: “I don’t really know. I’m going to leave the interview, now. I kind of only came on here because I thought it would be kind of funny.

  • News
    Irish Independent

    Tragic end in Los Angeles for missing man who played for Horeswood

    A former Horeswood footballer has tragically been found dead in America. Gary Reilly (28), from Co Meath, was last seen on a midnight bus on May 5, travelling from Bakersfield to LA in California, a journey of two hours’ length. Friends were aware he made it to Santa Clarita on the outskirts of LA before getting off the bus but he had not been seen or heard from since.

  • News
    Irish Independent

    Status Yellow thunderstorm warning for nine counties this evening

    It will become blustery as the rain moves in with moderate to fresh and gusty southeasterly winds developing, increasing strong along Atlantic coasts. It will be a mild night with lowest temperatures between 10C to 12C. Tuesday will be cloudy across the eastern half of the country with some rain or drizzle in parts in the morning. Persistent rain will spread across Leinster and east Ulster from early afternoon, turning heavy at times.

  • Celebrity
    The Huffington Post UK

    Harry Styles Opens Up About Relationship With Former One Direction Bandmates

    Harry – who won his first Grammy last year – is now gearing up for the release of his third solo album, and spoke to Apple Music’s Zane Lowe about his time in the hit-making group. I look at people who kind of went through some version of what [One Direction] went through, but on their own. I can’t imagine having done that, really,” he explained.

  • News
    Irish Independent

    Patient stole computer tablet from A&E as he waited to be treated

    A Patient was waiting for treatment in a hospital when he burgled an office, stealing a tablet computer that was controlling the decontamination machine. Michael Conway (43), a council worker, rendered the machine useless when he took the tablet at Dublin’s Mater hospital, a court heard. He was suffering ongoing PTSD after finding the body of a shooting victim in the course of his work for a local authority.

  • News
    Irish Independent

    Sinn Féin off the hook as mystery of green postboxes in English town is solved

    The person behind postboxes in an English town being painted green – which one local politician suggested could be the work of Sinn Féin activists – has come forward to put an end to the mystery. The acts of anonymous vandalism had both bewildered and angered Huddersfield residents in equal measure but a person naming themselves the ‘Green Pimpernel’ has come forward to claim responsibility.

  • News
    sundayworld

    Payroll worker who stole over €870k from Virgin Media TV out after just four months

    The Virgin Media worker who swindled the company out of more than €872,000, has been released from prison after serving less than four months of her two-year sentence. Disgraced payroll administrator Kellie Walton, who began her sentence in the Dochas Women's Prison on January 19, was moved to an outreach centre in Dublin city centre at the beginning of this month where she is free to come and go as she pleases.