Head first: jumping into the Grand Canal at Suir Road Bridge in Drimnagh, Dublin, yesterday. Photograph: Aidan Crawley 1:29

(...) advice of gardaí because emergency vehicles could not get access to a woman who was hit by a car while(...)

An undated Arizona department of corrections photograph of Joseph Rudolph Wood who was sentenced to death for the killing in 1989 of his ex-girlfriend and her father.

(...) his estranged girlfriend Debbie Dietz and her father Eugene at a Tucson car repair garage in 1989(...)

Family (a whopping nine hours).Car-chase junkies beware: the run time is actually less daunting than the(...)

(...) stranded when, before the sirens sound, a gang of Purge enthusiasts cut the brake cables on their car. Eva(...)

(...) often felt flimsy, but in this latest car they seem of far better quality. On the road, it’s still the(...)

BMW fronts up with a u-turn

(...) available initially to Irish motorists when the car goes on sale this September, one petrol and one diesel(...)

Audi’s revised A7

Big conventionally-powered car engines are not going away any time soon because dramatic reductions(...)

Angela Kerins (right), former Rehab Group chief: The PAC, her counsel said, had “acted beyond its remit”. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

(...) from the top box as he began a scathing review of the treatment of his client by the Public Accounts(...)

George Ezra was among the highlights at the first day of the Longitude Festival in Marlay Park, Dublin. Photograph: Aidan Crawley.

Review: Longitude day one Swedish pop act Elliphant have the unenviable task of an earlyish doors(...)

Author Greg Baxter photographed in Dublin. Baxter is an American novelist who lived in Dublin for many years. His new novel, Munich Airport, opens with an American businessman who gets a phone call as he’s going into a meeting. It’s from a German policewoman, who tells him his sister has been found dead, in her Berlin flat, of starvation. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

(...) place: the “obelisks” on which ads run, the Formula One car in the middle of the concourse. At one point(...)