As well as penning 25 novels (she published her last, Bittersweet, in 2013), Colleen McCullough was a neuroscientist.

Sadly, sexism in women’s death notices is not an issue restricted to Colleen McCullough

Girls more likely to be poor and women take desperate measures to pay bills, seminar hears

Fat Boy Slim on the main stage during the Electric Picnic Festival in  Stradbally Co Laois in 2013. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons / The Irish Times

More acts will be announced over the coming months

Coláiste Eoin  in Stillorgan. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times.

Group claims it was told Coláiste Eoin move was because ‘both sides’ should be heard

Anton Savage started slightly nervously on his new show, but managed to make all the right noises by the end. Photograph: Robbie Reynolds

Nervous broadcaster forgot to pay for parking and was clamped while on air

A still from the Victoria’s Secret Super Bowl advert: getting their hair and lipgloss out but leaving the rest to the imagination

Lingerie models faking it for Superbowl ends week in women’s sport with a slam dunk

What do you think might play when Enda’s phone rings? Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

Politicians’ gadgets with ‘jazzy’ jingles interrupting meetings are in the news

Page 3 of the Sun on Tuesday. A new look?

It’s early days, but the Sun has started to put a few more clothes on

 Student Amée Dunne (left) and her fiancé Kathryn Nea at the launch of USI campaign: “We have an opportunity to protect our children, who are being bullied for being attracted to someone of the same gender. It’s not right and it’s not fair and it’s not equal.”  Photograph: Conor McCabe Photography.

‘This is not just about equality, it is about love’

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