An apprentice carpenter was stabbed to death in a row over a woman, an inquest has heard.Maurice Martin’s killer stabbed him 14 times in a frenzied a(...)

The inquest earlier heard the cause of death was extensive meconium aspiration into the airways as a result of hypoxic brain injury. Photograph:  Frank Miller

A woman in labour at Cavan General Hospital (CGH) continued to be given a drug to increase her contractions despite evidence her uterus was overstimul(...)

The Dublin coroner heard that Charlie Glass,  his brother and sister, all died as a result of exposure to    asbestos fibres

Two brothers and a sister died from a rare form of cancer related to asbestos exposure, an inquest has heard.At the inquest into the death of 65-year(...)

A representative for child and family agency Tusla said the teenager was accepted into their care in December 2012, having presented to emergency services.

A teenage boy was found dead from drugs at a residential unit three weeks after his mother signed him into HSE care, an inquest heard.The 16-year-old,(...)

The arm of James Nolan Nolan was washed up on the north Dublin beach on February 8th, 2011.  Photograph: Eric Luke

A date has been set for the inquest into the death of a convicted rapist whose severed arm was washed up on Dollymount Strand.Gardaí­ investigating th(...)

Glen Murphy (19) and Mark Noonan (23) died when gunmen opened fire as they went to buy cigarettes near Clearwater Shopping Centre in Finglas, north Dublin. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill/Irish Times

Gardaí investigating the 2010 murder of two men who were shot outside a petrol station made an arrest in the summer, the Dublin coroner has heard.Glen(...)

Ted Nealon:  Taoiseach Enda Kenny said of him: “In every role he gave of his best, not alone as an exemplary public servant, but as an exemplary, compassionate and dignified human being”

The late Ted Nealon had a “unique political brain of enormous capacity”, Taoiseach Enda Kenny has told the Dáil. In a tribute to the former Fine G(...)

Most classic car enthusiasts in Ireland are hoping the Government will continue to exempt their vehicles from NCT tests following a public consultati(...)

Brian Farrell presents televised coverage of the 1973 general election

Behind the dicky bow and the slightly stern face, spectacles sitting under a furrowed brow, the Brian Farrell remembered by friends and colleagues fol(...)

Ashley Bray, a Trinity postgraduate student who was found collapsed in a corridor in the Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute building, had taken cyanide, an inquest heard.

A Trinity postgraduate student found collapsed in a corridor and then moved by a security guard, thinking he was drunk, had taken cyanide, an inquest (...)