Fine Gael spent the most during last October's presidential election. Their candidate, Gay Mitchell, spent €527,152 or the equivalent of the price of a pint, €4.65, on every vote he got.
Can't find a job after having seemingly exhausted every possible option? For everything else there's MasterCard, as the finance corporation have announced 130 new Irish jobs.
An advertising watchdog has played right into 'budget airline' Ryanair's hands and banned its raunchy advert.
The recently passed 'Home Defence' bill may allow you to protect your home with reasonable force, but it doesn't stop you having to pay a burglar €175,000 when you break both his legs with your Merc.
Students looking to get elected to college societies these days have to go to some pretty extreme lengths. But surely not this extreme.
Will China be the next country to get involved in the current Eurozone crisis?
New survey shows 1 in 10 Irish people have to borrow money from family and friends just to make ends meetSo Ireland is broke. Tell us something we don't know.
Would you like some free internet access to make your morning commute a bit more bearable? The good news is that Dublin Bus is currently initiating plans that would see every bus fitted with free Wi-Fi technology by the end of 2012.