Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel who secured an apology in Dublin’s High Court from the publishers of Heat magazine. Photograph: PA

Hollywood couple Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel have received an apology in the High Court over an article published last month in Heat magazine.T(...)

 Oscar de la Renta (R), pictured with American Vogue Editor-in-chief Anna Wintour (C), died yesterday at his home in Kent, Connecticut. He was 82. Photograph:   Jim McIsaac/Getty Images 1:45

Oscar de la Renta, the doyen of American fashion, whose career began in the 1950s in Franco’s Spain and sprawled across the better living rooms of Par(...)

Christiana Figueres   of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change: Bonn   “will give governments the important opportunity to further develop a cohesive text” for  a deal. Photograph: Henning Kaiser /AFP/Getty Images

Delegates from all parts of the world have gathered in Bonn for the last round of negotiations on a new climate agreement prior to this year’s UN c(...)

Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney said he believed the Paris fair could provide new business opportunities.

Irish food companies are showing a growing interest in exhibiting at Sial, one of the world’s largest food and drink fairs, with 21 of them showcasing(...)

Detail from Night Time in LA by Patrick Morrison. Photograph: Ciaran Connelly

As part of this year’s Imagine Arts Festival, Greyfriars Gallery in Waterford celebrates the work of the late Patrick Morrison with a small retrosp(...)

Top row: Rory Gallagher, Public Enemy and David Bowie; bottom row: John Coltrane, The Rolling Stones and Aretha Franklin. Photographs: Fin Costello/Redferns, Suzie Gibbons/Redferns, Richard E Aaron/Redferns, Gai Terrell/Redferns and Estate of Keith Morris/Redferns, all via Getty Images

Every minute of the day more than 100 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube. It’s an inventory that will include a huge swathe of this, that and th(...)

EU health commissioner Tonio Borg: EU would look into “conflicting reports” about whether screening in west African countries is good enough. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

In a bid to combat the spread of Ebola, EU health ministers have vowed to improve co-ordination between member states on passenger screenings at EU e(...)

A broker looks at his screens at the stock exchange in Frankfurt, Germany today. The stock index DAX fell under 8500 points. (Photograph: Michael Probst/AP)

The global economy faces its biggest test of confidence since the European sovereign debt crisis as investors fear it’s running out of engines. Japan (...)

Italy’s finance minister Pier Padoan (left) chats with his French counterpart Michel Sapin prior to the EU euro group finance ministers meeting in Luxembourg on Monday. France and Italy, the euro zone’s second and third largest economies, are struggling to rein in dangerous deficit and debt levels.

As Michael Noonan unveiled the budget in Dublin on Tuesday, another, but not unconnected, debate was taking place in Luxembourg.With euro zone countri(...)

Racing Metro kicking coach Ronan O’Gara:  “Nowadays there are internationals who are average, so that signing an international doesn’t really mean that much.” Photograph: Stu Forster/Getty Images.  1:29

Casting his eye across the European rugby map from his Parisian employers Racing Metro on a flying trip to Dublin yesterday, Ronan O’Gara admitted the(...)