# review-2012 - Today’s News
It’s the passion, commitment and dedication of these young football and hurlers that makes the minor championship special.
# review-2012 - Saturday 5 January, 2013
Nope, we haven’t heard of some of these rich folks…
# review-2012 - Tuesday 1 January, 2013
Have that cup of coffee, shrug off last night’s celebrations and tell us what you hope to see this year.
# review-2012 - Monday 31 December, 2012
Starring Katie Taylor, Usain Bolt, Oscar Pistorius and erm, Boris Johnson.
From the farting rhino to the sausage-judging competition… it’s been a good year.
Did you go gaga for Gangnam Style? Or buy a whip keyring after reading 50 Shades of Grey?
And what we reckon we’ll be saying this time next year…
Joe Canning is in there — but which other standout scores from the hurling summer have made the end-of-year cut?
Compared to last year this was not Ireland’s best year in the eyes of the international media which focussed on the very different circumstances of two stars of the Celtic Tiger and Ireland’s strict abortion laws…
The true mark of maturity, however, is to stop beating ourselves up over not being the perfect adult – and to resolve to be a better kid.
# review-2012 - Sunday 30 December, 2012
“It’s clear that people are pissed off with us as a government” and 45 other quotes that tell the story of 2012.
Who came out on top, and who was bringing up the rear? Here are our picks for the winners and losers of the year.
From Sean Quinn to Ryanair to gangland shootings, these are the comments which received the most thumbs up from readers this year.
Take a glance back at the year in 140 characters or less.
The Department of Foreign Affairs said almost 1,500 Irish citizens received consular assistance over the past 12 months.
It’s been a year of great writing. Here’s the very best from around the web.
A sing-song in Gdansk? A goal in five-a-side? Or a winning Ryder Cup bet? What was your stand-out sporting memory then?
Suits you sir. Suits you.
The past week and a half in London has been memorable for a number of reasons. Here are some of its defining images.
# review-2012 - Saturday 29 December, 2012
How many Irish kids are trying ‘legal highs’ these days? And how much does it cost to (literally) kick a politician’s ass?
Those rare moments of clarity? We’ve picked out the best of them.
Government response to Anonymous cheers everyone up; Heathrow goes green; Irish people want to escape to prisons; Love/Hate Christmas special: This was 2012 according to The Mire
It seems like a lifetime ago now.. but relive the madness with this collection of images.
Five fine scores from five different counties — which one is the pick of this year’s football Championship?
It’s been an epic year, we need the best damn thespians money can buy.
Stabbings at the Swedish House Mafia gig, Ireland’s copyright laws under threat, and topless Kate Middleton – these are the stories you read this year.
In the midst of the conflict, death and hurt, some rare smiles and moments of joy are captured by some of the world’s bravest photographers.
Gobble, gobble — here’s half a dozen teams and sports stars who can chalk 2012 down to experience.
# review-2012 - Friday 28 December, 2012
Protests in Europe, an election in the US and another austerity budget in Ireland. Here is the political year that was, in photos.
A social media site was the topic most people wanted to look up. But which one was it?
We arrived in Poland with so much hope.
It was all about Frankel while the racing world also said farewell to another all-time great.
Euro 2012 was a disappointment for Ireland on the pitch, but off it, the fans were one of the tournament’s big hits. Ten of them take TheScore.ie behind the scenes of the trip of a lifetime.
# review-2012 - Thursday 27 December, 2012
What was 2012 like for the Taoiseach?
They thought it was all over…
‘As consistent as vomit?’ — that’s not very nice, The Internet.
The Oireachtas has put together these videos taking a look at some of the key moments from the Dáil and Seanad this year.
The words ‘Katie’ and ‘Taylor’ pop up a couple of times in our conversations with athletes across different disciplines.