Fr Michael Lapsley:  ‘When injustice occurs, the moral order is inverted.’

An Anglican priest who lost both his hands and his right eye over his opposition to apartheid in South Africa has offered his support to the community(...)

Working on a section of the Corrib gas line  at Aughoose, Co Mayo. File Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Two protesters have been found not guilty of violent disorder during a protest at a Shell compound in north Mayo. Gerry Bourke (50) of Aughoose, Polla(...)

Shell to Sea protestors and security clash at the site of the Corrib pipeline in Aughoose, Co Mayo, in 2011. Photograph: Keith Heneghan/Phocus

Two protesters have been cleared of criminal damage resulting from a protest at a Shell compound in north Mayo but still face charges of violent disor(...)

Shell Plc agreed to buy Morgan Stanley’s European natural gas and power trading portfolio, adding to a business that is already among the world’s bigg(...)

The jury in the trial of two Shell protesters were shown video footage of the protest where up to 70 protesters entered a Shell compound in north Mayo

The jury in the trial of two Shell protesters were shown video footage of the protest where up to 70 protesters entered a Shell compound in north Mayo(...)

File photograph of gardai clashing with protestors outside the Corrib gas terminal site in Bellanboy, Co Mayo in  October 2006. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA

A security worker described a protest at a Shell compound in north Mayo as “a running battle” involving up to 70 protesters and 15 security officers. (...)

Photograph: Louise Roseingrave

Tourists can travel the Greek islands this summer in a state of sweet oblivion to the country’s financial crisis. Or they can look a little closer (...)

Gerry Bourke  and Liam Heffernan  both pleaded not guilty to the charges which are alleged to have occurred at a Shell compound at Aughoose, Pullathomas in north Mayo on June 23rd, 2013. Stephen Hird/Reuters

Two protesters opposed to the Corrib gas project in north Mayo have gone on trial in Castlebar where they are both accused of violent disorder and cri(...)

A section of the Corrib gas line at Aughoose, Co Mayo. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has turned down requests for an oral hearing into a revised licence sought by Shell E&P Ireland for the (...)

Corrib Gas is the single most expensive energy infrastructure project in Ireland and the largest since the Ardnacrusha hydroelectric scheme on the Shannon in the 1920s. 8:37

The huge cost overrun on Corrib gas, the single most expensive energy infrastructure project in Ireland and the largest since the Ardnacrusha hydroele(...)