In delivering his verdict coroner Dr Brian Farrell said there were a number of items at the scene  that could link the death to auto-erotic asphyxiation. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

(...) take his own life, Dublin Coroner’s Court heard. “There were a number of items present on the deceased(...)

The Grand Canal near Portobello bridge in Dublin. File Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Coroner’s Court heard how Ms Cunningham had been drinking at home with her sister and later decided to(...)

(...) from self-inflicted wounds, an inquest heard. Dublin Coroner’s Court heard how Noel Murphy (48) from(...)

 Jonathan O’Driscoll. Photograph:  UTV/PA Wire

Court told man who fatally stabbed his brothers researched killing on internet (...)

Jonathan O’Driscoll (22), at back, with his younger twin brothers, Patrick and Tommy (9).

(...) return to work since the “events of that terrible day”, Coroner Dr Michael Kennedy said. The jury(...)

It has been reported that all of the late Cilla Black’s valuable assets including art, jewellery and personal items have been removed from her Buckinghamshire home and taken to a secured unit at an unknown location. File photograph: Carmen Valino/PA Wire

(...) are carrying on for their mum.” Liverpool Coroner’s Court head Black died from a “traumatic” head(...)

Cilla Black: described as a “daughter of Liverpool” at a hearing at Liverpool Coroner’s Court

(...) accidental death at a brief hearing at Liverpool Coroner’s Court, calling her a “daughter of Liverpool(...)

Mr Cummins is believed to have downed a pint of whiskey in a Nek Nomination challenge

(...) opened on February 11th last heard. At the resumed inquest at Dublin Coroner’s Court Sergeant Ger Walsh(...)

X-rays performed on Patrick O’Brien,  a father of six from Hazelwood, Bray, Co Wicklow, showed several large discs “like Silvermints” after he was admitted to hospital in April 2014. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

(...) instead of chewing them as directed, Dublin Coroner’s Court heard. “Those tablets used to cause a very bad(...)

Kilronan Castle in  Co Roscommon.

(...) a verdict in accordance with the medical evidence. Roscommon coroner, Desmond O’Connor, expressed(...)