A Bank of Ireland sales manager with an “exemplary record” who was dismissed for “gross misconduct” over “inappropriate” and pornographic emails sent from his personal bank email has won a six year battle for his reinstatement.   Photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins.

A Bank of Ireland sales manager with an “exemplary record” who was dismissed for “gross misconduct” over “inappropriate” and pornographic emails sent (...)

The drugs were discovered in Clonsilla were sealed in the lining of a suitcase which had originated in Nigeria.    Photograph: Garda Press Office

Two men have been arrested after cannabis was discovered in the lining of a suitcase in a house in north Dublin on Tuesday morning.Gardaí from the Bla(...)

The Karen Millen shop on Grafton Street. Photograph: Dave Meehan

The Karen Millen ladies’ fashion store on Dublin’s Grafton Street is to close and make way for another trader. A number of international brands(...)

Information about rent supplement has been mapped by electoral division for the first time. Photograph: Frank Miller

Almost €15 million is spent on rent supplement each month in Dublin, with almost €1 million going to just one electoral area.About €922,279.93 was pa(...)

Garda commissioner Martin Callinan has retired after a 41-year career. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Martin Callinan was a member of An Garda Síochána for 41 years and commissioner for just over three years. He was(...)

Happier times: The then minister for justice Dermot Ahern after the appointment of  Martin Callinan in 2010.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien / The Irish Times.

Martin Callinan, who has resigned as Garda Commissioner in a shock move this morning, had been a member of An Garda Siochana for 41 years and h(...)

A-wear’s store on Dublin’s Grafton Street. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Four A-wear shops continue to trade following the appointment of a receiver to the retail fashion chain last week. Outlets in Dundrum, Blanchar(...)

Support role: six-year-old Lucy Fagan, who is affected by autism, with her mother, Genevieve, at the launch of the Blue Nose fundraising campaign for Irish Autism Action. Photograph: Eric Luke

New figures published by Dublin City University have provided the first accurate measure of autism rates in Ireland. At 1 per cent, the inciden(...)