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Dessie O’Hare pictured in 2015. File photograph: Collins Courts

The Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) has been granted another two weeks to complete a book of evidence for the trial of prominent republican Dess(...)

Simon Coveney: “If we are going to counterbalance the dominance of Dublin then we are going to have to create economies of scale.” Photograph: The Irish Times

Cork is set to become the fastest growing city in Ireland over the next 20 years with the population of the city set to almost treble under a combinat(...)

During Graham Dwyer’s trial, his lawyers argued the mobile phone data was inadmissible as evidence but those arguments were rejected by the trial judge Mr Justice Tony Hunt. File hotograph: Cyril Byrne

A legal challenge by convicted murderer Graham Dwyer over the use of mobile phone records during his trial is due to open at the High Court on Tuesday(...)

The incident occurred last year when the victim was driving through Dolphin’s Barn, Dublin. Photograph: iStock

A robber with more than 100 previous convictions broke a woman’s finger when he smashed the window of the car she was driving and grabbed her handbag(...)

 Both Patrick  Cullen and Sarah Ryan were told by the Department of Social Protection last December they were not entitled to an exceptional needs payment  because their need was not exceptional and “not unforeseen”.

An elderly man has challenged a refusal to pay him an exceptional needs payment for winter clothing. Patrick Cullen (83), of Ballybough Court, Ballyb(...)

Nikita Murtagh (centre, covered up) leaves court after she pleaded guilty to unlawful possession of a semi-automatic pistol in a train station. Photograph: Collins

A 21-year old woman who pleaded guilty to having a loaded gun in a buggy carrying a three-year-old child has been given a suspended sentence by the Sp(...)

When interviewed by gardaí David McDermott    initially denied assaulting his stepson and said he simply exhorted him to get a job. He  said he loved him like a son.

A man assaulted his adult stepson and threatened to slit his throat in a row over keeping the garden tidy, a Dublin court has heard. David McDermott (...)

A sign on a Dublin shop reads ‘Temporarily closed due to power cut’. Photograph: Dominick Coyle/The Irish Times

About 4,600 homes and businesses in Dublin city which suffered power outages on Monday after construction workers hit underground power cables have no(...)

A file image of a garda outside the Regency Hotel in Dublin following the fatal shooting of David Byrne (34) in 2016. Photoraph: Collins

The Regency Hotel shooting trial has been further adjourned after the Special Criminal Court heard that material in the case had presented some “unpre(...)

Last Wednesday the INMO recorded 623 patients on trolleys.

There are 643 patients on trolleys in hospital emergency departments and on wards on Monday, nurses have said. The Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisa(...)

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