Cornelius (44) and Angelique Billing (27) and who died after being stabbed at their apartment over a shop on the main street of the village of Kildysart, Co Clare, on Wednesday evening. Photograph: Facebook

Angelique and Cornelius Billing died after they were stabbed in a flat in Co Clare on Wednesday

Gardaí at the scene of the robbery of a transit van on Cork Street Dublin. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Cash van ambushed in city and staff threatened in attempted raid on Baldoyle post office

The scene in Kildysart, Co Clare, on Thursday afternoon as the bodies of Angelique (27) and Cornelius Billing (44) were removed after Deputy State Patholgist Dr Michael Curtis carried out a preliminary examination on them. Photograph: Brian Arthur/ Press22

No third party sought in Clare deaths of parents Angelique and Cornelius Billing

Lee McDonnell escaped on the way back to Portlaoise Prison on Wednesday. Photograph: Paddy Whelan/The Irish Times

Prison staff transporting Lee McDonnell had stopped to buy him chips

Gardaí are holding six men in the south east in raids on drug laboratories that were believed to be making an ecstasy-style substance sold in head shops as ‘super coke’.

Substance sold in head shops as ‘super coke’ targeted in searches in south east after two-year investigation

The criminal investigation has established a six-figure sum of money disappeared over a lengthy period of time. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Garda investigation complete: recommendation charges pursued against chief suspect

In some of the complaints it is alleged a lack of care or the poor treatment of now deceased persons contributed to their deaths.

TD Fergus O’Dowd says HIQA has no authority to prove individual allegations

Gardaí clear protestors from O’Connell Bridge in Dublin last night. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Breakaway protest blocks O’Connell Bridge

 Protesters at the anti-water charges rally at Merrion Square, Dublin, on Wednesday. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Cordon of barriers and gardaí secures Dáil from any attempt by protesters to charge it

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