Oops… nothing can go wrong, or can it? A photo session with children at Dublin Castle
By Margaret McLaughlin
A gust of wind catches the robes of Archbishop Eamon Martin, after the new Bishop of Derry, Donal McKeown, is installed at St Eugene’s Cathedral, with Archbishop Charles Brown
By Bryan O’Brien
Residents of Ailesbury Nursing Home, Sandymount, enjoy the sunshine on a day trip to the rose gardens of St Anne’s Park, Raheny, in July.
By HOLY WATER
Fr Donough O’Malley who called for mental health aid for flood victims (his parishioners), pictured at St Mary’s Church, Limerick
Rose of Tralee Maria Walsh is welcomed back to her home town of Shrule
By Ramsey Cardy
Jack-Owen McGrath, from Galway, during the Tough Mudder event at Punchestown Racecourse
By Marc O’Sullivan
The polar bear mascot for Special Olympics Ireland’s polar plunge fundraising initiative is chased down Clogherhead beach by participating Gardaí
By Mark Stedman
Cliodhna Gallagher (2), from Lucan, gets ready with her brothers and sisters for the Superhero Fun Run for Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin
By Steve Humphreys
An Coimisiún le Rincí Gaelacha All-Ireland Dancing Championships competitors Melanie Rogers, from Glasgow, Scotland, Riley McKeon and Jenna Powell, both from San Francisco
By Valerie O’Sullivan
Sheep farmer, Donal Foley, with his dog Jake, bringing down his ewes for scanning, on his land at Lough Accose, Glencar, McGillycuddy’s Reeks, Co Kerry.
A little dog gets anxious as he watches his owner going for his daily dip at the Pollock Holes, Kilkee, Co Clare.
By William Cherry
By Justin Kernoghan
Local farmers showing off their livestock at the annual Livestock Fashion Show at the Dalrida Festival, in County Antrim
By Jonathan Porter
Bradley Hayes has his feet licked by his house-trained miniature Falabella horse ‘Summer’. Summer is a therapy horse for Bradley who is autistic
By Julien Behal
Launch of the ESB Spark of Genius Award for the 2014 Web Summit with Quaid Cleland and Paddy Cosgrave (right), founder and CEO of Web Summit
By Crispin Rodwell
Rugby legend Brian O’Driscoll and daughter Sadie leave the National Maternity Hospital, after his first visit following the birth of his son Billy
By Alan Betson
Kyran Sheehan, from Celbridge, at the Herpetological Society of Ireland stand, at the Pets in the City family event in Smithfield Square
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