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Chocolatier Síona Ryan is this week’s Róisín Meets guest.

“I refused to go to the hotel. Absolutely not. It was the Loreto Abbey Dalkey whispering in my ear,” laughs Síona Ryan, recalling her date with Prince(...)

Aoife Dooley: A pox will corner you in a conversation about their children for half an hour.

“Roddy Doyle contacted me and I thought I must have swine flu again because when I had it in 2007 I was actually hallucinating, so I thought it was ha(...)

Neil Delamere: It was only supposed to be a bit of craic.

“I was absolutely terrified, I have to say. I think it’s hard to look back and remember how scared you were,” says comedian Neil Delamere, about the f(...)

Maia Dunphy talks to Róisín Ingle about her unconventional living arrangement with her husband Johnny Vegas. File photograph: Clodagh Kilcoyne

“I think the more people question our relationship, the more they’re wondering if their own relationship is okay,” says Maia Dunphy, about her unconve(...)

Google has lost a €192 million tax case in India, where a tribunal has found that its local and Irish units collaborated in a “clear and conspicuous” attempt to help the Indian operation “skip its liabilities” on business taxes. Photograph: Christian Hartmann/Reuters

Google has lost a €192 million tax case in India, where a tribunal has found that its local and Irish units collaborated in a “clear and conspicuous” (...)

The Edge of U2, in London today, discussing the impact of the Paradise Papers: “We do understand why people are angry with the system as it is, it definitely needs an overhaul. It’s a complex thing, it’s not like one nation can do it on their own.” Photograph: Roisin Ingle

U2 guitarist The Edge has said the criticism of Bono over the Paradise Papers and revelations that he used a Malta-based company to invest in a Lithua(...)

“People need to be reminded of how horrific war is and what war does to people and what kind of people it creates,” says Miss Saigon star Red Concepci(...)

Joanne McNally: ‘I felt like my body was what I had to offer to the world. That was what I was going to be judged on’

“I thought I was doing stand-up but it’s actually dark comedy theatre,” says Joanne McNally about her show documenting her struggle with anorexia and (...)

Ruth Fitzmaurice with her children at the funeral of her husband, film director Simon Fitzmaurice, at St Kilian’s Church, Blacklion, Greystones, today. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Film director Simon Fitzmaurice remained “full of humour” and “jolly and courageous” right up until his death, despite his difficult battle with motor(...)

Aidan Comerford: “I had everything I ever wanted and I was delighted.” Photograph: Ruth Medjber

The night Aidan Comerford’s daughter Ailbhe was born in January 2006 was the happiest he had ever felt. “I had everything I ever wanted and I was del(...)

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