September 1st, 2014

News

A video has emerged which allegedly shows a couple having sex at the Irish festival

Footage of couple having sex allegedly at Electric Picnic emerges


The Garda is due to go on trial in December

Garda to go on trial over theft of €6


The scene of the crash

All five people aboard small plane die in crash


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Gardaí investigate apartment explosion

The ground floor apartment in Lachford Square, Clonee, Co Meath was destroyed


Michael McKevitt

IRA leader Michael McKevitt makes legal bid for freedom


Brett King and his wife Naghmeh

Parents of a five-year-old brain cancer patient Ashya King detained


The UK’S terror threat level has been raised

London police say terrorist attack warning is a hoax

One version of the text warns the recipient not to use the Tube


Kevin Devine

Tributes paid to Crete drowning victims


Irish soldiers are facing unacceptable risks, minister says

Defence Minister Simon Coveney says Irish UN mission is under review


The body count has risen in the Parisian apartment collapse

Death toll in Parisian apartment building collapse rises

The body was found this morning in Rosny-sous-Bois


NATO are planning to have a 'high readiness' force in place

NATO chief prepares ‘high readiness’ force to deal with Russia


Kim Jong-Un, North Korea's ruler

US prisoners in North Korea appeal for help from Washington


Former US President Jimmy Carter

Jimmy Carter implores TDs to criminalise those paying for sex


Jennifer Lawrence

Nudes leaked online of Jennifer Lawrence and other stars

Nudes leaked online of Jennifer Lawrence and other stars in world's biggest ever celeb hack


Brett King and his wife Naghmeh (above) have been arrested

Ashya King’s parents’ arrest branded ‘cruel’


Today's front page stories 1st September


Islamic terrorists "want to hit us"

Cities in America and western Europe are being eyed as Islamic State (IS) militants' future targets and President Barack Obama needs to take action, two top politicians have warned