A Hong Kong Correctional Services van carrying double murder suspect Rurik  Jutting leaves the High Court in Hong Kong, China,  October 25th 2016. Photograph: Jerome Favre/EPA

Filming himself torturing and killing a young Indonesian woman, British investment banker Rurik Jutting veered between boasting, remorse and describi(...)

 A file picture dated  November 24th, 2014 shows former British banker Rurik George Caton Jutting leaving the Eastern Magistrates Court in a prison van, at Sai Wan Ho, Hong Kong, China. Photograph: Jerome Favre/EPA

A Cambridge-educated British banker has pleaded not guilty to the murder of two young Indonesian women found dead at his luxury Hong Kong home almost(...)

Claire Lambe, who will study and row at Cambridge, with Sinéad Lynch in Rio. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/INPHO

Ireland’s rowers have taken to the water again – Sanita Puspure and the pair of Shane O’Driscoll and Mark O’Donovan training at the National Rowing Ce(...)

People  rally outside  the Egyptian embassy in Rome in February seeking answers on  the death of Giulio Regeni, a young Italian researcher killed in  mysterious circumstances in Egypt a few weeks earlier. File photograph: Getty Images

The head of Egypt’s independent union of street vendors reported Italian graduate student Giulio Regeni to police a few weeks before he disappeared a(...)

  Annsert Whyte,  Kerron Clement and  Thomas Barr in the 400m hurdles final. Photograph:   Pedro Ugarte/AFP/Getty

Irish Olympic 400m hurdler Thomas Barr came close – 0.05 seconds, or about one stride away – to a bronze medal in an event where an Irish athlete las(...)

Goodbody’s latest hire, Colm Lauder, is currently vice-president of real estate at Morgan Stanley Capital International in London

Dublin-based stockbroker Goodbody has poached Irish man Colm Lauder from MSCI in London to lead its research coverage of the real estate sector. This(...)

A technique has been developed that for the first time allows scientists to study the development of an embryo beyond the stage when it would normally ‘implant’ in the womb. File photograph: Science Photo Library/PPX

A technique has been developed that for the first time allows scientists to study the development of an embryo beyond the stage when it would normally(...)

Health-conscious “new men” may be largely responsible for a dramatic reduction in rates of Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia over the past 20 y(...)

Renowned journalist Robert Fisk (right) delivered a lecture at UCD on Monday night, entitled Life after Isis. The event, hosted by the Philosophical and Law Societies in UCD,  was attended by the President, Michael D Higgins. Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

The EU is embarking on a misadventure in sending refugees to Turkey – a country which has a history of human rights abuses stretching from the Armenia(...)

The London skyline. A new bus tour wants to show how money routed through secret accounts in places like the British Virgin Islands is later laundered through London’s  property market. File photograph: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

The bus tour starts near Whitehall, across the river from the London Eye and around the corner from the Palace of Westminster, Big Ben and Westminster(...)

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