Ian Bailey case: This week the court heard Marie Farrell deny claiming she would get  a cut of any damages won from the State and that Garda surveillance of Mr Bailey was ‘not appropriate’. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

This week in court: Retired Garda says surveillance of Bailey ‘not appropriate’

A man residing in Bishopstown in Cork city has appeared in court in France allegedly in connection with the seizure of 4kg of cocaine at Granville in Normandy last Saturday. File photograph: Getty Images

French Customs recover quantity of drug worth €600,000 with assistance from Jersey

John Wilson at the Four Courts to give evidence during the sixth week of a High Court action taken by Ian Bailey. Photograph: Collins

60 gardaí logged 149 sightings of Bailey between 1999 and 2012, retired garda tells court

Marie Farrell at the Four Courts after giving evidence in a High Court action taken by Ian Bailey. Photograph: Courts Collins.

Witness says family were forced to sell after gardaí began harassing her children

Louise O’Keeffe who was sexually abused by her teacher in a Co Cork primary school in the 1970s. Photograph: Garrett White / Collins Court

Louise O’Keeffe criticises limiting of compensation

Members of the Garda Regional Support Unit were called to support officers in east Cork after two gardai were injured.

Armed officers called to assist after two patrol cars rammed by group in east Cork

Nobel Prize winner Professor John O’Keefe at University College Cork, where he delivered a lecture at a neuroscience symposium and received an honorary doctorate. Photograph: Daragh Mc Sweeney/Provision.

Irish-American scientist was awarded 2014 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine

Group held in connection with stone and rock assault which resulted in head injuries

The farm in Newtownshandrum, Co Cork where Paula Dinsberga was killed. Photograph: Provision

Front loader collapsed on Paula Dinsberga (8) in Co Cork

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