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The funeral of Dean Maguire, who died along with two other men when the car they were travelling in hit a lorry while they were driving the wrong direction up the N7 near Baldonnel. Photograph: Collins

It’s the talk of the community, but nearly three weeks on no one is saying anything following the deaths of three young men in a horrific motorway cra(...)

The funeral cortege of Karl Freeman makes its way to St Aidan’s Church in Jobstown on Monday. Photograph: Collin

A parish priest in Tallaght has condemned the glorification of criminality which took place at the funeral of a serial burglar who died in a crash on (...)

Graham Taylor was buried in Bohernabreena cemetery in Dublin. File photograph: Facebook

The second of three men killed in a collision while in a car driving the wrong way down the N7 has been buried following a funeral in south Dublin. G(...)

David Berney (39), of Suncroft Park, Tallaght, Dublin pleaded guilty in 2018 to burglary at a Centra store in Jobstown, Tallaght on March 2nd, 2018, during the heavy snow. File photograph: Alan Betson

A convicted burglar who looted a shop during Storm Emma in 2018 will go to prison if he does not stay “on the straight and narrow”, the Court of Appea(...)

Despite the unique challenges the class of 2020 faced, grades awarded through the calculated grades process were over 4 per cent higher than 2019 levels. Photograph: Getty Images

Click here to download the full 2020 Feeder School tables or search using the table in this article. If you are reading this on The Irish Ti(...)

The latest data shows a record 64 per cent of students from disadvantaged or Deis schools went to third level last year, up from 57 per cent in 2019. File photograph: David Jones/PA Wire

Click here to download the full 2020 Feeder School tables Record numbers of students from disadvantaged schools progressed to third-level c(...)

Adam Muldoon who died in June 2018.  Photograph: PA

A young man who denies murdering a homeless man by stabbing him 183 times was friendly and caring towards the deceased, a witness has told the Central(...)

One Ballyfermot resident said the activity is ‘terrifying for pets and older people’.

Fireworks, being let off on a nightly basis and fired at people and homes, have become a “massive problem” across Dublin, residents and elected repres(...)

William Nolan was described in court as a  a man with a significant gambling and drug debt who ‘could not control himself’.

A father-of-two who crashed a van into the front of a petrol station during “a tsunami of criminality” has been jailed for eight-and-a-half years. Wi(...)

William Howard Russell, the Dublin-born war correspondent, photographed in Crimea by Roger Fenton.

His epitaph in the crypt of St Paul’s Cathedral in London states: “The first and greatest war correspondent”. And while William Howard Russell, an Iri(...)

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