A teenager, who stole two right-footed runners, which came in different sizes, has been spared a custodial sentence.The 16-year-old boy pleaded guilty(...)

A larger than normal Garda presence  as  the Dáil returned  after the summer recess. The 17-year-old pleaded guilty to assaulting a garda during a rally on Molesworth St. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

A youth who threw a cigarette lighter at a garda during a political protest in Dublin last year has been ordered to take part in a crime-diversion pro(...)

A 17-year-old boy  from Dublin’s northside is charged with criminal damage to the value of €3,453 to windows on a Sligo-Dublin train on June 27th last.

A Dublin youth is to face trial accused of a vandalism rampage after he allegedly forced a train to a sudden stop by pulling the emergency chord.The 1(...)

The Environmental Protection Agency was prosecuting two State bodies in relation to leaded pipes in a Tralee housing estate, a court was told on Wednesday

The Environmental Protection Agency was prosecuting two State bodies in relation to leaded pipes in a Tralee housing estate, a court was told on Wedn(...)

Judge O’Connor dismissed the fines saying that Mr O’Connell was a “decent man” who was doing a small bit of business which lasted a few minutes. Photograph: Collins Courts

A Coroner who parked on a footway outside a premises he owned in order to bring some rubbish out to his car had a parking fine dismissed against him t(...)

Jolanta Lubiene (27) and her daughter Erika (8).

A 27-year-old man has been returned for trial to the Central Criminal Court charged with the double murder of a Lithuanian woman and her daughter at t(...)