By Brendan Moran
Patrick Hickey President of the OCI and member of the IOC leaves the Hospital Samaritano in a wheelchair accompanied by police having been arrested during the Rio Olympics
By Aidan Crawley
A Garda Special Detective member removes the face scarf from a member of a republican paramilitary colour party during the Republican Sinn Fein 1916 centenary commemoration outside the GPO Dublin.
By Caroline Quinn
Angelina Power looks at a picture after funeral of fiancé Martin an innocent victim in the Hutch-Kinehan feud murdered in a case of mistaken identity.
By Padraig O’Reilly
Dublin Fire Brigade attend to gunshot victim Martin O'Rourke on Sheriff Street.Martin died after been wrongly identified as a gangland figure.
By Mark Marlow
Valerie Armstrong's young son Dylan embraces her photograph at her funeral. Valerie was struck and killed by a minor on a motorbike in her local park.
By Mark Stedman
Ana O'Callanain at the memorial by the wall in Kilmainham Gaol where her grandfather Easter Rising leader Michael Mallin was executed.
By Steve Humphreys
The funeral of taxi driver Eddie Hutch Snr. a brother of Gerry 'The Monk' Hutch who was shot dead at Our Lady of Lourdes Church on Sean McDermott Street.
Harry Gilbert who lost his daughter Tara amongst others at a memorial mass in Balally for the 10 people and one unborn child who died in the Carrickmines Fire Tragedy.
By Julien Behal
US Vice President Joe Biden holds his grandson Hunter in his arms during his visit to Mayo only months after his son Beau and Hunter's father died from cancer.
By Gerry Mooney
A photograph of Liam Hawe who was murdered along with his siblings and parents in a 'murder suicide' is passed to his aunt as his remains arrive at their funeral.
By Fergal Phillips
George Dooley with his daughter Carmel Boyce and her children Louise Eimer & Maria as he helps family and friends through the floods in his tractor in Mukanagh Athlone.
By Ernie Leslie
Paul Kelly former CEO of Console still in denial
Yemi Moshood Olatunde, who faces a 22-year sentence for cocaine trafficking in Italy, pictured as his life as an alleged unlicensed taxi driver is exposed
By Eamonn Farrell
Donegal Drownings. Louise James touches her sons coffin as she carries it from the church in Buncrana. She lost five members of her family in one terrible accident.
By Cyril Byrne
David Drumm former Anglo banker leaving he Central Criminal Court in Dublin following his extradition from the US.
By Crispin Rodwell
Gerry 'The Monk' Hutch fearing a murder bid wearing a wig and baseball cap leaves his murdered brother Eddie's funeral on Sean McDermott Street.
By Colin Keegan
Kevin Vickers Ambassador of Canada to Ireland tackles a protestor who disrupted proceedings during ceremony to remember the British soldiers who died during the Easter Rising 1916.
By Alan Betson
A naked visitor on top of Newgrange mid morning after the Winter Solstice at Newgrange