(...) the victim was pulled into a basement flat from a street and pinned to a wall by a group of six or(...)

The accused  admits there was some sexual contact with the woman but maintains that it was consensual and that he did not know she was mentally impaired.   Photograph: Collins Courts.

(...) the day of the alleged rape and that he didn’t bring anyone back to his flat. He told the(...)

Sean O’Rourke: a segment on his show about  grief is ‘a beautiful piece of stop-and-listen radio’. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

(...) flat went with it, and I ended up on the street. Remember the recession, like?” “You seem(...)

Denis Cowap, Mariana Varvara and her baby Luca, and Stuart Comerford after collecting food parcels from the Capuchin Day Centre, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

(...) that does four days and then you have the cheese and beans.” The first day he sat in the cold flat(...)

COP21: Ireland has the advantage of exploiting renewable energy and not producing fossil fuels. Photograph: John Giles/PA Wire

(...) fashioned flat complexes had central heating systems which residents could not individually control. As(...)

Luke McGrath of Leinster passes the ball during the European Rugby Champions Cup match between Bath and Leinster at the Recreation Ground. Photo: David Rogers/Getty Images

(...) that flat ball he can spin out while also adding zip to Sexton’s game which is struggling to ignite(...)

(...) jockey you can be a little heavier. You couldn’t be my size as a flat jockey. Frankie Dettori, for(...)

Robert Kummer (36), a German national, pleaded guilty to a charge of intentionally or recklessly causing criminal damage to an apartment at Quay House, Fitton Street East in Cork city between June and September 2013.

(...)’Donovan asked Kummer to open up his flat and when he opened the door, she was confronted by the sight of bags of(...)

 Danielle McLaughlin: “A poem I wrote when I was 12 appeared in a school magazine. Despite this promising start, my next publication didn’t happen until 2009, when The Irish Times accepted a nonfiction article about au pairs

(...) eyelid was fluttering so fiercely she had to press her palm flat against her eye in an effort to still it(...)

The new rules

(...) webcasting performances from her south London basement flat. The fact that she had heavyweight publishing(...)