# legion-dâ€™honneur - Saturday 8 June, 2013
The Munster and Ireland winger would settle for silverware next season after missing out on a first Lions tour.
Check out these 28 recently-discovered pictures of the event.
That lad O’Driscoll will go far.
New statistics show that the number of people with HIV in Ireland rose last year for the first time in four years.
Elin is angry Tiger even has visitation rights with their kids.
What you need there is a strimmer not a club.
NFL players don’t want to play in a new team in Europe, according to this guy.
# legion-dâ€™honneur - Friday 7 June, 2013
“In the first half we had the sun in the eyes,” said Trap afterwards.
A Friday Flashback to get your weekend started…
The Cats start their summer with a Leinster showdown against the Faithful this weekend.
Here’s how to save money with minimal effort.
But Italy drew 0-0 with the Czechs.
One alleged gunman has been taken into custody but police say there could be a second gunman still on the loose.
Wes Hoolahan was at the centre of everything that was good about Ireland but the evening belongs to the skipper.
A Robbie Keane hat-trick handed Ireland a 3-0 win in Dublin.
Robert Snodgrass’s goal was enough to beat Igo Stimac’s outfit.
The unmanned solar-powered vehicle has just analysed what may be its oldest rock ever, known as Esperance 6, which contains evidence that potentially life-supporting water once flowed in abundance.
He will find them, and he will kill them…
Works to replace the centuries-old pipes will begin on Monday, and will continue around the city for 12 months.
Are we going “out”, or are we going “out out”?
Jelena Ristic really, really cares.
Here are the things we learned, loved and shared today.
The drugs were found during a planned search by officers investigating organised criminal activity in Co Tipperary.
The full-back arrives from Penarol.
An anonymous student has written to the Limerick Leader disputing claims that students lured a dog to a deliberate death.
Smoking prevention is a great first step toward improving public health â€“ and encouraging Ireland to to cut down on the amount of red meat and processed meat consumed is the logical next step, writes Yvonne McNulty.
The inferno is the deadliest bus incident in China in over a year.
Three points are a must against the group’s weakest side at Lansdowne Road tonight.
The Europinions poll for TV3, with a margin of error of 3pc, cites the cost of the chamber as the main reason to close it.
Keatley and Dave Kearney combined for all of Emerging Ireland’s points as they struggled past Georgia in their tournament opener.
Quick! To a beer garden!
The world number one & two will play alongside the Masters champion on Thursday and Friday.
The Guardian says Britain’s GCHQ surveillance agency has been able to access data harvested by the US’s ‘PRISM’ system.
“Sure yiz can all come back to our place, lads.”
The Model County in all its glory.
That HD stuff is pretty good.
Seriously, this is Science at its coolest. (COOLEST – SEE WHAT WE DID THERE?)