Kennedy Wilson Europe was the highest bidder for 274 of the 507 completed apartments at the Grange.

Kennedy Wilson Europe, purchaser of well over €1.5 billion worth of high-profile property assets since the market collapsed in 2008, has acquired mor(...)

Article 41.2 of the Constitution says the State “recognises that by her life within the home, woman gives to the State a support without which the common good cannot be achieved”. File photograph: Getty Images

An 81-year Constitutional provision prioritising women’s domestic role is set to be deleted within months. The Cabinet will on Tuesday agree to hold (...)

Five people have participated in the final round of interviews to become the next Garda commissioner. File photograph: iStockPhoto

Five individuals have participated in the final round of interviews to become the next Garda commissioner, The Irish Times understands. Former commis(...)

It is hoped mandatory post-mortem examinations will prevent  maternal deaths like Savita Halappanavar

Legislation mandating inquests into all maternity deaths has been delayed, more than one year after it was promised in the Dáil. The Department of J(...)

Jennifer Aniston and Steve Zahn in Management:  “Boy Wants Girl, Girl Doesn’t Want Boy, Boy Harasses Girl, Boy Gets Girl”

There is a scene in Love Actually where Keira Knightley’s character is happily watching TV with her husband of just a few weeks, when the doorbell rin(...)

Sgt Maurice McCabe: says he has ‘faithfully reported to the tribunal’ what he was told by the civilian head of human resources at Garda Headquarters. Photograph: Collins

Garda whistleblower Sgt Maurice McCabe is standing by his evidence to the Charleton tribunal in relation to a claim that former Garda commissioner Nói(...)

Three Irish agencies refused to disclose any information regarding their intelligence-sharing agreements. Photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

The State’s intelligence and security agencies, including An Garda Síochána, have refused to disclose details of their co-operation with agencies in o(...)

CCTV cameras in Duleek, Co Meath.  File photograph: Alan Betson

The Department of Justice is continuing to provide funding to local authorities for community CCTV schemes despite the Data Protection Commissioner an(...)

The unpublished “value for money” review of the Irish Prison Service dog unit, by GBS International, cost over €14,400. File photograph: Getty Images

The Department of Justice spent nearly €1 million on consultancy reports in recent years, including a “value for money” review of the prison service’s(...)

Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan: ordered a review of how rape cases were conducted following Belfast trial. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

The Department of Justice is examining a series of reforms to the way rape trials are conducted but proposals to give victims separate legal represent(...)

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