Martin and John Gerard Corcoran,  originally from Galway but living in a London halting site,  pictured leaving the Four Courts following a Civil Court action. Photograph: Collins Courts

A group of Romanian immigrants is working with Irish Travellers to stage car crashes to lodge fraudulent personal injury claims, a judge has stated. C(...)

Last month, the National Consumer Agency (NCA) published a survey showing just how much consumers can save on their home insurance by shopping arou(...)

Former garda Stephen Cooper arriving at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court yesterday. Photograph: Collins Courts

A former garda who perverted the course of justice on two occasions and admitted having cocaine for sale or supply has been remanded in custody(...)

A butcher’s ‘no horsemeat’ sign after the scandal broke this year. Photograph: Darren Staples/Reuters

JANUARY l The year started with confirmation, of sorts, of something sensible people have known since cars first took to the roads: men reckon they’re(...)

Loyaltybuild said last night that it had ceased taking bookings on its website and over the phone, effectively shutting down its operation.

Customers of a further eight companies including Clerys, Centra, Postbank and Pigsback have had their personal information stolen in the data breach a(...)

 The Loyaltybuild premises on Station Road, Ennis, Co Clare. Investigators from the office of Data Protection Commissioner Billy Hawkes were sent to the company today.  Photograph:  Eamon Ward

More than 1.5 million people are now known to have had personal information compromised by a major security breach at a Co Clare-based company which m(...)

More than 40,000 people in Ireland are now known to have had their financial details potentially compromised after an electronic security breach at a company which oversees rewards schemes run by Supervalu, Axa Insurance and Stena Line.

More than 40,000 people in Ireland are now known to have had their financial details potentially compromised after an electronic security breach at a (...)

The Good and New cancer charity bus making its way through Barnesmore Gap between Ballybofey and Donegal Town during it's journey from Letterkenny to Galway. Photograph: Declan Doherty
Cancer: the toughest journey
  • Health
  • March 10, 2013, 16:18

It’s 7.15am at the Dry Arch filling station in Letterkenny and a hard frost is down outside. A lorry driver bounds in from the darkness, rubs (...)