Dublin trainer James McAuley is "still in shock" after a "nightmare" ordeal on Tuesday afternoon which saw 17 of his horses break loose from a paddock before galloping at speed on the road, some for up to eight kilometres.
Cannes Film Festival (17-28 May) is ostensibly about films – and there have been some big ones this year, with screenings of Baz Luhrmann’s new Elvis Presley biopic, and Tom Cruise returning in Top Gun: Maverick.
The mother of the Texas teen killer who shot dead 19 children and two teachers has said she was “surprised” her son Salvador Ramos had been behind the horrific massacre as he “wasn't a violent person”.
A woman who claimed she injured her buttock, back and abdomen when she hit the ground, having fallen from a defective chair in Supermacs, has won her case for damages despite CCTV showing she did not impact the ground during the incident.
The gunman who massacred 19 children and two teachers at an elementary school in Texas warned on social media minutes before the attack that he had shot his grandmother and was going to target a school, the state’s governor said.
Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah refused to be drawn on his protracted contract negotiations but insisted he will not be heading out of the club this summer, with former Reds striker John Aldridge predicting he may still leave this simmer.
A six foot five inches tall workman, who banged his head when he forgot to duck as he left a private cubicle in a work loo, has lost a €60,000 damages claim for personal injuries against a former employer.
British supermodel Kate Moss briefly took the witness stand in the defamation battle between actors Johnny Depp and Amber Heard on Wednesday as his attorneys tried to convince a jury that Heard was the abuser in their relationship.
A truck driver who avoided a jail term after being caught ‘red-handed’ transporting drugs worth an estimated €900,000 has been jailed for four years after the Court of Appeal ruled that his original non-custodial sentence was unduly lenient.