The last episode only aired three months ago, but fans of Ripper Street will be glad to see the gritty series will return.
BORROWERS who bought Payment Protection Insurance policies have successfully sued their bank for the first time in the Irish courts.
How? Rattner, who advised the Obama Administration on the 2009 U.S. auto industry bailout, notes the fifth paragraph of the press release announcing the $8.5 billion transaction.
Backed by the Irish Film & TV Academy, the event will also feature French director Bertrand Tavernier on Ford's influence.
But out of Cameron, Merkel, Putin, Obama, Hollande, Abe, Napolitano and Harper, it looks like Obama might be the most popular.
A man will appear at London's Old Bailey today charged with the murder of four British solders in the 1982 Hyde Park IRA bomb blast.
Camaraderie in men is showcased in many ways and one of those ways it's showcased is by being the ultimate wingman.
The testimony on Capitol Hill by Apple's boss made the case for corporate tax reform in more ways than one APPLE pays "all the taxes we owe-every single dollar," its boss, Tim Cook, told the Senate permanent subcommittee on investigations on May 21st.
By Lissa Alexander - Parksville Qualicum Beach News Published: May 23, 2013 9:00 AM Updated: May 23, 2013 10:02 AM She says that because of a vivd memory she has of when she was three years old, living in Dublin, Ireland.
Judy Garland's original Wizard of Oz Dorothy costume is on display in Ireland for a limited time period.
Merrion Pharmaceuticals Plc is a pharmaceutical company. It carries out the development of innovative tablets/capsules of drugs with incomparable absorption.
Kerry Gaelic football star Colm 'The Gooch' Cooper with boys from Ss Peter and Paul's primary school on his recent visit to the school.
The Johnny Got a Boom Boom singer will play seven dates across Ireland between June and July, culminating in her support slot for Bruce Springsteen in Kilkenny on July 28th.
Small communities can be amazing places in which to live. But they can also be the source of stultifying existences in which every move is documented, reputations assigned rather than earned and a place from which many desperately long to escape.
Co Mayo has the fewest drivers with penalty points, while Co Kildare has the highest, according to a new report looking at life in Ireland today.
On the TV, Queen Elizabeth II was standing in the Irish National War Memorial Garden, 9 miles away at Islandbridge, paying tribute to the Irishmen who died in British uniforms in two world wars.