(...) airbag killed that child in the car,” Mr Maughan said from the public gallery at Dublin Coroner’s Court(...)

(...) than 50 years and “barely spent a day apart”, Dublin Coroner’s Court heard. The couple, from Glencarrig(...)

Brothers Alan (45, pictured) and Stephen (32) Harris were working on a sewage drain at Drumnigh Woods estate in Portmarnock, Co Dublin when the accident occurred last June.

(...) hydrogen sulphide, Dublin Coroner’s Court heard on Tuesday. A double inquest into the brothers’ deaths was(...)

A 55-year-old man found laundering €1.5 million worth of cash in bogland in Co Limerick has received a four-year prison sentence, with the final year suspended.

(...) gang who were described in court as “persons of a particular vicious nature”. Duffy pleaded guilty at(...)

The wreckage of the crashed Cessna on the Carlow-Wexford border. Photograph: Dwane Doran

(...) the heart consistent with a previous heart attack. Carlow coroner Dr Brendan Doyle returned verdicts(...)

The inquest into the death of  Aibha Conroy  (6) has been adjourned until October.

(...) integrity of the Coroner’s Court be maintained. ‘Tragedy’ “I must protect the integrity of the inquest. I(...)

Six-year-old Aibha Conroy did not on the night of her death receive the standard dose of dextrose that is usually given to hypoglycaemic patients, leading paediatric endocrinologist Dr Susan O’Connell told the Coroner’s Court in Dublin. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

(...) endocrinologist Dr Susan O’Connell told the Coroner’s Court in Dublin. The expert’s comments came as Aibha(...)

An inquest has heard that due to the state of the woman’s brain when a postmortem was carried out, it was not of assistance. Photograph: Michaela Rehle/Reuters

(...) father of her unborn child, supported the family’s High Court application for the somatic treatment to be(...)

John and Kathleen Conroy and their daughter attended the inquest at the Coroner’s Court into the death of their other daughter Aibha. File photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

(...)’s younger sister – were in attendance at the Coroner’s Court in Dublin. Ms Conroy asserts, through her(...)

A three-judge High Court ruled last December the woman could be taken off life support because there was no genuine prospect of her baby being born alive.

(...) of High Court proceedings over whether, given the anti-abortion amendment to the Constitution(...)