Five stories you might have missed from the weekend

Rory O'Carroll leaves Dublin, Ryanair's new planes and skywriters take aim at Donald Trump

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Bouncers caught on camera outside Matt the Miller's pub in Dublin. Joe Maher via Facebook

After a busy weekend of news and sport, here's what you need to know this Monday morning.

Ryanair unveil new-look interiors for fleet of aircraft

As part of an ongoing revamp of the company's image, Ryanair have unveiled a change to the interior design of their new fleet of planes. 

The company made the announcement on Twitter, where they shared an image of the interiors of the new Boeing 737-800 aircraft, the first of which are due to arrive in January. 

Labour criticised after leaked draft ad shows Gerry Adams and Micheál Martin as married couple

The Labour Party has reportedly drafted an election ad that shows Gerry Adams and Micheál Martin as a gay couple.

According to the Sunday Independent, the photo of the pair on their wedding day carries the tag line - 'This is one marriage we should vote NO to this year'.

Bouncers fired after video of alleged assault goes viral

Two bouncers have been dismissed after an alleged assault outside a pub in Kilkenny.

A video of the incident, taken outside Matt The Millers's pub early on New Year's morning, appears to show a man being pinned down by one bouncer while another steps on his head.

Skywriters in California declare that 'Trump is disgusting'

A number of messages aimed at Donald Trump were seen in the skies above California on New Year's Day, ahead of the big Rose Bowl football game. 

The messages were written in the sky above the famous Rose Parade, which takes place every New Year's Day in Pasadena ahead of the game.

Rory O'Carroll confirms he's leaving Dublin to go to New Zealand

The three time All-Ireland winning defender Rory O'Carroll will leave the panel in 2016, it was confirmed on Sunday.

Speaking to the Irish Times, Jim Gavin confirmed the news that O'Carroll would be headed to New Zealand for the year, citing work reasons as the cause.