DEPUTY DIGITAL EDITOR Maeve Connolly worked as a news reporter for the Irish News for over a decade before joining the digital revolution. Her reporting has taken her to Malawi, Rome and the glamorous surrounds of a Birmingham park for a papal visit. She has also hung out with the Dalai Lama for three days (they didn't stay in touch) and has been writing a column for the newspaper since 2000
THERE was a time when Rod Stewart was known for a particular brand of extra-curricular activity – but those days are well and truly gone, what with Rod revealing the huge model railway city he has been working on for 23 years.
A night out and lost keys go hand in hand. When it happened to Darryl Campbell it led to an adventure that saw him 'breaking into' a taxi company, leaving a tub of home made curry in a café and marvelling at the "stubbornness and sass" of a taxi driver.
TWO weeks and counting until a swarm of celebrities descend on the Australian ‘jungle’ for the annual celebration of tantrums and testicles that is I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! Sleb Safari would remind any celebrity dithering over signing on the dotted line of Nick Knowles’ insight after taking part last year.