File photograph of Elaine O’Hara. The remains of the childcare worker, from Stepaside, in Dublin, were found in the Dublin mountains on September 13th, 2013. Photograph: PA

Dead woman said she was seeing a married architect from Foxrock who tied her up, jury told

Graham Dwyer (42) is charged with murdering Elaine O’Hara (36), in Co Dublin on August 22nd, 2012. He has pleaded not guilty.  Photograph: Collins Courts

‘Blood turns me on and I’d like to stab a girl to death sometime,’ accused allegedly text

Graham Dwyer: prosecution claim that he ‘elaborated carefully and thoughtfully about a range of ideas of how he could kill a woman and get away with it’. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Graham Dwyer had ‘passionately held desire to get sexual gratification by stabbing’

 Killakee in the Dublin Mountains where the body of Elaine O’Hara was found. Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins

Alleged murder victim last seen crossing railway bridge to beach, trial hears

Each set of divorce proceedings fits somewhere on a spectrum between civility and acrimony and each couple’s experience of the courts depends on the choices they make about their approach. Divorce cases can take less than five minutes or more than five years. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Ugly scenes in court when couples get chance to air their grievances

The East Pier at Dún Laoghaire. The  plan for an urban beach at the pier includes an artificial beach and cafe. Photograph: Frank Miller

Bill of €156,000 for design and planning to be debated at special council meeting

The Department of Social Protection has said it will examine an audit on training schemes for jobseekers in which the instructors themselves were on JobBridge internship and Tús trainee schemes.

Departmet of Social Protection report into €6m Job Club schemes raises concerns

A man who said his wife’s behaviour was interfering with his confidence, self-esteem and health has been refused a domestic violence order at the Dublin Circuit Family Court.

Man claimed wife’s behaviour was interfering with his confidence, self-esteem and health

Patrick Honohan, governor of the Central Bank, arriving at the Dáil for the Oireachtas banking inquiry. Photograph: Alan Betson

Governor says government should have considered liquidation of Anglo instead of bank guarantee

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