Ali Charaf Damache is serving a 15-year sentence in a maximum security facility in the United States. Photograph: Collins Courts

An Irish citizen convicted of providing support to Islamic terrorists is taking a High Court case against Government attempts to strip him of citizens(...)

Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan launching the passport card in 2015. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The State will not be required to fingerprint Irish citizens for their passport cards despite a proposed EU regulation forcing member states to take t(...)

Ghaythaa Abdualdahab  in Mosney Provision Centre in Co Louth: “What I want now is for my children to learn the language and integrate into Irish society.” Photograph: James Forde

Ghaythaa Abdualdahab first began feeling physically unwell when she heard her daughter’s husband had been killed. Even before his death she was desper(...)

The callers claim to be officials from the Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service (INIS), an Garda Síochána or the Indian embassy and demand  sums of between €500 and €2,000. Photograph: iStock

The Indian Embassy in Dublin has issued a warning on its website advising foreign nationals not to respond to calls requesting personal information an(...)

A file photograph of a bedroom at the Clonakilty Hotel in Co Cork, which has been bought by the Pu Yuan group.

A Dublin-based company that specialises in promoting investment-for-visa deals to Chinese millionaires has bought a hotel in west Cork, and says it is(...)

The entrance to the Thornton Hall site in north Dublin. Purchase of the site by the Department of Justice in 2004 was mired in controversy. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The Celtic Tiger years produced a petri dish for expensive and grandiose government initiatives. Little has been learned from those damaging experimen(...)

The former Mosney holiday camp near Drogheda is housing an additional 19 people. File photograph: Frank Miller

The Department of Justice has issued an urgent call for expressions of interest from hotels and guest houses willing to provide emergency full-board a(...)

The entrance to the Thornton Hall site. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Almost a decade and a half after the State bought the vast Thornton Hall site in north Co Dublin, it lies idle. But with the housing and homelessness(...)

Since the Thornton Hall prison site was acquired almost €20 million has been spent on consultancy and legal fees along with works. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The site once destined to be the State’s first ‘super prison’ now looks set to be used to ease the housing crisis. More than €51 million has been spe(...)

The man detained at Dublin Airport described the incident as “probably the worst moment of my life”.

The legal team of a man from an Arab country, who was detained while transiting through Dublin Airport in June, has called on the Government to apolog(...)

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