Firm linked to Electric Picnic made trading profit of nearly €1m
This highly successful, Bafta award-winning writer and actor is currently running two television shows, but when it comes to the trappings of fame she still feels like an outsider
Order of Malta volunteers deal with injuries from black eyes to broken ankles
With 300,000 people, the event in Tullamore is now six times bigger than Electric Picnic
State broadcaster will take ‘an open look’ at everything it does, says Dee Forbes
Mayo as overlords. Mayo played by George Clooney. Everything we know will be wrong
Dublin nail bar is synonymous with all things cool
Letting media talk to only one main player ahead of All-Ireland final is embarrassing
Scribes of sport, arts and screen lift the lid on their professions
A new tool makes playlists of festival line-ups, and makes a few bold claims
While you could envisage the site taking another couple of thousand punters, the less-is-more approach probably makes sense in the long run.
Hungover? Instead of spending the day contemplating your life choices, why not distract yourself by sorting your skin out
The views from the revellers and performers at Electric Picnic 2016 in words and pictures
Cost of hospital beds; sugar tax; no bias on Apple tax ruling; Merkel’s CDU defeat
TIPP! TIPP! TIPP! Blue and gold glittered fans serenade us with sporting chant of the year
Best man dressed as the devil gives well wishes while shouting ‘Repeal the Eighth’
Thousands wander around looking hungunder while under Drunk Police surveillance
Hurray for September evenings – but boo to rain at the Electric Picnic
While temperatures in Ireland were slightly higher, we had more rain and less sunshine
Deadlock in Cabinet, Electric Picnic, media reporting of murder-suicide and Ian Bailey
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