Anthony Walsh

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According to a schedule of fees on the Sims website, each cycle of IVF starts at €4,600, with egg donor services starting at €7,700. Photograph: iStock

Sims IVF group, the largest Irish provider of fertility services, doubled the dividends it paid to its listed Australian owner last year. The Sims Cl(...)

On a dark road, the student turned off into a B&B to seek assistance but the silver car pulled in behind her. File image: Getty

A college student found herself in a terrifying scenario after she followed a hit-and-run vehicle only to be chased down by the culprits as matters to(...)

Anthony Walsh (31) has pleaded not guilty to the murder of Dermot Byrne (54) but guilty to manslaughter at North Street, Swords, Co Dublin on July 16th, 2017.

A man who admits beating a 54-year-old to death told gardaí he was attacked and warned the deceased to “get away from me before I f**king murder you”,(...)

Virtus said earnings in its Irish division rose by a third. There were  more than 2,300 cycles of IVF in its Irish clinics last year, it said, an increase of a quarter on the  year before. Photograph: iStock

A surge in the number of Irish couples opting for treatments such as in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) has contributed to a spike in profits at Virtus, the(...)

Former “singing” priest Tony Walsh has been jailed for seven and half years for raping a boy three times, once with a crucifix. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times.

Former “singing” priest Tony Walsh has been jailed for seven and half years for raping a boy three times, once with a crucifix. Anthony Walsh (62) co(...)

Anthony Walsh (62) committed the offence and two other rapes of the same victim before the Criminal Law (Rape) Amendment Act came into effect in 1990, meaning that the maximum penalty the judge can impose on each offence is two years. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Former “singing” priest Tony Walsh faces a maximum sentence of two years in prison for raping a boy with a crucifix, a court has heard. Anthony Walsh(...)

Nicolai Brochner of Denmark winning the Rás stage into Sneem. Photograph: INPHO/Ryan Byrne

Two days after his third place into Charleville, Danish rider Nicolai Brochner nabbed the stage win he was hunting for when he took Wednesday’s uphil(...)

 Stephen Cheung leaving Dublin District Court where he was charged with 19 counts of theft  from various companies which were in liquidation. Photograph: Court Collins

A liquidator is facing trial accused of stealing approximately €450,000 from companies which were in the process of being wound up. Stephen Cheung (38(...)

Matteo Malucelli celebrates as he crosses the line in Bearna. Photograph: Paul Mohan/Sportsfile

The Italian team Idea 2010 ASD bounced back after a controversial 24 hours, taking stage three of the An Post Rás in a big bunch sprint into Bearna. (...)

Anthony  and Dean Walsh,  Knocklyon, Dublin, leaving Dublin District Court    after  pleading guilty  to stocking unauthorised medicines in their bargains shop.   Photograph: Collins/Courts

A Dublin man has been fined €22,000 after he pleaded guilty to stocking Viagra and other medicines at his bargains shop. Anthony Walsh (55), Wo(...)