Would you look at C-3PO go.
This is the week that was, in photos …
Keeping it South Side since 1854.
Photos of the lads in Killybegs are popping up online.
Lydia has been making her way across the Atlantic over the past 12 months.
She’s the girl Jennifer grabbed when she took a tumble on the red carpet.
Jenny Collier was told there were “too many women”.
Rick Astley was also involved.
The dark grey item went missing in the early hours of this morning.
Weird Wide Web: Renting out your toilet, a Bitcoin bank robbery and one of the the worst games ever – again
All of your essential tech and social media news for the week in one byte-sized portion.
I love the way he like, leans.
Colin told his mum he had no friends for a party so she found him millions online.
The Big Fella from Ballymena means business.
No, Weetabix at 1pm doesn’t count as brunch.
Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe put their own spin on Panti’s passionate call.
Saturday 8 March, 2014
Ready your ears. DailyEdge.ie would like to take you on a musical journey.
The Channel 4 show made a hugely popular return.
It only took him five years to find out.
Nobody sings when we come through the door.
More than two million people fell for an elaborate scam.
It’s as mortifying as it sounds.
Feel nostalgia for your lost youth? We can put a stop to that.
He’s doing all the hard work so we don’t have to.
All the best of the week’s tweets from famous people.
Set in the future, an old man tells an intrigued young Irish boy all about ‘BOD’.
Biros, cosy penguins and a 30,000-year-old virus brought to life – it’s all the bizarre news stories you need to know about.
Friday night TV just wasn’t the same.
Jean Bon-Bon is a very sad French guy on the hunt for cookies in the streets of Paris.
Friday 7 March, 2014
A Friday Flashback to get your weekend started
The chain went into receivership in early 2013, with a loss of 300 jobs.
Never be slightly irritated ever again!
A judge criticised the station for its lack of biros after a man signing on for bail was told to bring his own pen.
Gently. OK, it’s not gently.