Dwyer has been considered by the Garda as a suspect for the 1999 stabbing murder of Raonaid Murray (17) in Glenageary, south Dublin

Gardaí may question murderer Graham Dwyer about historical unsolved killings, rapes and missing person’s inquiries.Informed sources said while there w(...)

Graham Dwyer: Convicted of the murder of Elaine O Hara. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Upon telling someone some years ago that I worked as a prison officer in Arbour Hill Prison, a medium-security jail in Dublin that houses male sex off(...)

If newsworthiness is that hard to define quality that makes a story worth telling, what was it about Elaine O’Hara that deemed her so much less newsworthy than other Irish women who have disappeared?

In the end, there was little relief at the guilty verdict in the trial of Graham Dwyer – whatever relief there might have been was reserved for the co(...)

The Courts of Criminal Justice where the trial was held. Photograph: Collins Courts.

Graham Dwyer’s sentencing has been postponed for four weeks but the only term open to Mr Justice Tony Hunt to impose on him is that of life. W(...)

The Courts Service says it is very mindful those men and woman of he jury  played a vital role in the trial. “Such service can exact a major toll on jurors”

The seven men and five women who have unanimously convicted Graham Dwyer of the murder of Elaine O’Hara will be offered counselling.During the seven(...)

Members of the Garda investigations team leaving court after a jury found Graham Dwyer guilty of the murder of Elaine O’Hara. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Dublin architect Graham Dwyer has been found guilty of murdering childcare worker Elaine O’Hara at the Central Criminal Court and faces a mandatory li(...)

The relationship between Graham Dwyer and Elaine O’Hara was unlike any relationship ever seen in an Irish court, and it revealed more about the two than either had ever told their loved ones. 1:42

The relationship between Graham Dwyer and Elaine O’Hara was unlike any relationship ever seen in an Irish court, and it revealed more about the two(...)

 Graham Dwyer in 2013: roused by  prison officers after the guilty verdict he rose and scuttled out at a speed not seen in him before, leaving his father and sister desolate. Photograph: Collins Courts 1:42

For a few moments, in mid-afternoon, it seemed like just another confused question from a confused jury.The seven men and five women had already been (...)

Research shows that, historically, some of those drawn to being submissive often have to be powerful and responsible in their everyday lives. 4:13

When Graham Dwyer’s defence counsel Remy Farrell observed there were many “unique features” to his client’s murder trial, he was perhaps understating (...)

 Graham Dwyer. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The most remarkable feature about Graham Dwyer in the waiting hours and throughout the trial was a staggeringly unshakable air of confidence. He was p(...)