A screen grab from RTÉ’s Investigations Unit - Inside Bungalow 3 report on Prime Time last December.

The HSE hopes to resolve a legal dispute with five psychiatric nurses at the Aras Attracta care facility in Co Mayo over the conduct of internal inves(...)

A still from a video broadcast by RTÉ’s Prime Time Investigates of alleged abuse of patients at Áras Attracta

A High Court judge may rule on Friday on an application by five psychiatric nursing staff at the HSE’s Áras Attracta facility in Co Mayo for injunctio(...)

 Shane Rogers was accused of killing Crossmaglen GAA star James Hughes following a row over his ex-girlfriend. Photograph: Family handout/PA Wire

The family of a man charged with murder who killed himself in a cell at Cloverhill Courthouse despite being on a suicide watch have settled their High(...)

A mother and her two young children fear they will have “to sleep rough” because Kildare County Council have refused to provide them with emergency ac(...)

Stephen Cahoon: found guilty of the murder of Jean Teresa Quigley at a house in Derry. Photograph: Collins Courts

Derry man Stephen Cahoon has for a second time been found guilty of murdering pregnant mother-of-four Jean Teresa Quigley after three trials over a pe(...)

Ms Justice Deirdre Murphy at the Central Criminal Court imposed sentences of 12 and a half years for each of three  rape offences on Alan Hanley (34). She imposed the maximum possible sentence of five years for an assault, saying it was hard to envisage a more serious attack. File photograph: Collins Courts

A Limerick man has been sentenced to 12 and a half years’ imprisonment for the violent, repeated rape of a woman in her home. The “savage, brutal and (...)

Stephen Cahoon (43) of Harvey Street, Derry, Northern Ireland, has pleaded not guilty to murdering Jean Teresa Quigley (30) in 2008. Photograph: Collins Courts

The jury in a murder trial has heard that the deceased, who was 10 weeks pregnant, died due to “manual strangulation”. Stephen Cahoon (43) with an add(...)

Belfast man Kevin Hannaway has been granted bail by the Special Criminal Court pending his trial for allegedly assisting the IRA

Belfast man Kevin Hannaway has been granted bail by the Special Criminal Court pending his trial for allegedly assisting the IRA. Mr Hannaway (67) and(...)

Former disc jockey and pirate radio station founder, Eamon Cooke, has lost in an attempt to secure a fresh appeal against his convictions for indecent assault.  Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times.

Aodhan O Faolain Former disc jockey and pirate radio station founder Eamon Cooke has lost in an attempt to secure a fresh appeal against his convicti(...)

 Ms Justice Deirdre Murphy said the court had come to its decision “with huge regret due to the time and expense involved in the trial”.

The 55-day-long trial of three men charged with murdering dissident republican Peter Butterly has collapsed at the Special Criminal Court, after a fai(...)