Fr Joe O’Keefe and relatives of Karen Buckley arrive at Cork Airport from Glasgow with her remains.  Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision

Huge crowds are expected in Mallow on Monday evening for the removal of murdered Irish student Karen Buckley after her body was brought home from Scot(...)

Karen  Buckley’s body will be flown from Glasgow to Cork on Sunday and then brought by her family to the hillside farm where she grew up at Glynn in Mourneabbey.

The family of murdered Irish student Karen Buckley are finalising arrangements to bring her home to Co Cork in preparation for her funeral mass and bu(...)

When the remains of Karen Buckley are brought home, her funeral mass is expected to take place at the Church of St Michael the Archangel in Analeentha in Mourneabbeey.

The family of murdered Irish student, Karen Buckley are hoping to receive confirmation this weekend that they can travel to Glasgow to collect her bod(...)

Floral tributes at High Craigton Farm, outside Glasgow. Photograph: Andrew Milligan/PA

A 21-year-old man is due to appear in court in Glasgow on Friday in connection with the death of Irish student Karen Buckley as police confirmed a bod(...)

Police activity and floral tributes at High Craigton Farm. The news on Wednesday afternoon that police had cordoned off the farm some 13km north of Glasgow suggested that the investigation team had received important intelligence: Photograph: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire

The police investigation into the disappearance of Cork student Karen Buckley may have officially been a missing person investigation but it had al(...)

Pauline Cafferkey’s treatment involved convalescent plasma taken from the blood of a recovered patient and an experimental anti-viral drug which is “not proven to work.” Photograph: Handout/PA Wire

The condition of British nurse Pauline Cafferkey who was diagnosed with Ebola has deteriorated and is now critical, the Royal Free Hospital in north L(...)

Pauline Cafferkey (L), a British nurse who contracted Ebola in Sierra Leone, and Dr Michael Jacobs of the Royal Free Hospital in north London. Mrs Cafferkey has agreed to be treated with an experimental anti-viral drug and blood from a survivor of the virus. Photographs: PA Wire.

The British nurse who contracted Ebola in Sierra Leone has agreed to be treated with an experimental anti-viral drug and blood from a survivor of the (...)