Mark Nash (42), has pleaded not guilty at the Central Criminal Court to the murder of Sylvia Shields (60) and Mary Callanan (61) in Grangegorman in Dublin in 1997. Photograph: Paddy Cummins/

A former Galway-based garda has told the trial of a man accused of murdering two women in Dublin 18 years ago that he cannot remember seeing a wound o(...)

Mark Nash pictured in 1998. File Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins, Dublin

“A spectacular breakthrough” led to the DNA of two women, found dead at their sheltered accommodation in Grangegorman 18 years ago, being found on the(...)

Dr Damien Brennan: “There was a harshness and dehumanising aspect that was very much like the Magdalene laundry”

Medical professionals and local communities protecting their economic interests played a major role in the incarceration of tens of thousands of pe(...)

Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Brendan Howlin announced the project last year as the part of the Government’s €2.25 billion infrastructure stimulus package

The National Development Finance Agency is looking for a developer to build a €200 million campus at Grangegorman for the Dublin Institute of Technolo(...)

Minister for Transport Leo Varadkar has signed the first contract relating to construction work on the €368 million Luas extension. Photograph: Alan Betson/ The Irish Times.

Construction work on the extension of Dublin’s Luas system, which will see the Green and Red lines linked for the first time, is to begin next (...)