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At the High Court, approving the settlement, Mr Justice Garrett Simons said Kelly-Marie Jackson, the injured party, had made a good recovery

A schoolgirl injured when the top of a bus in which she was travelling was sheared after it collided with a low bridge has settled her High Court acti(...)

Mark Whelan was high on drugs when he stabbed and slashed his victim 18 times, Photograph: Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin

A senior judge has said the “shocking and horrifying” case of a man who stabbed his daughter’s partner to death whilst high on a cocktail of drugs est(...)

One person complained he had told his tester he had asthma and might need to cough because he had recently changed inhalers, causing irritation to his throat. Photograph: Getty Images

Claims of rude testers, of not being allowed to cough and having to drive with windows open due to Covid-19 were among the complaints received from pe(...)

An apprentice film studio electrician will go on trial on Wednesday, accused of trying to murder another man close to Finglas Garda station nearly thr(...)

Mark Whelan (48) of Castlecurragh Heath, Mulhuddart, Dublin 15 has pleaded not guilty at the Central Criminal Court

A pathologist found 18 knife wounds to the head, neck and trunk of a man who was found dead at the bottom of the stairs in a Dublin apartment, a Centr(...)

The road where the incident too place remains closed and a technical examination is due to take place. Photograph: Frank Miller

The driver of a vehicle is in a serious condition and his passenger has been taken to hospital following a road crash in Dublin. The incident occurr(...)

For years, concerns have been raised about why Ireland – an island with an outdated energy grid still mostly reliant on fossil fuel-based energy generation – should be eager to keep adding more energy-draining data centres. Photograph:Colin Keegan/ Collins

Is Ireland reaching an untenable position with its ever-expanding numbers of data centres? These giant, air-cooled warehouses each contain thousands o(...)

Parklets in Cork incorporate pollinator-friendly planting and must be available for public use

As communities, business owners and restaurateurs navigate our “outdoor summer”, local authorities have repurposed road space not just by pedestrianis(...)

The man grabbed a hold of the woman’s underwear, and attempted to tear them off, the court was told. File photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

A man sexually assaulted a woman on a public street following a night out, a court has heard. Jonas Mercado, 30, of Castlecurragh Vale, Mulhuddart, D(...)

  Ann O’Carroll (1952-2021)

This article is one of a series about people who have died with coronavirus in Ireland and among the diaspora. You can read more of them here. If you (...)

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