Celine Cawley

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Eamonn Lillis: Despite his conviction for his wife’s manslaughter, Lillis later won the right to a 50 per cent share of their assets. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The family of a man murdered by his wife for his money were forced to pay the killer for her share of their house afterwards, an Oireachtas committee (...)

Celine Cawley, who was killed by her husband Eamonn Lillis. Photograph: Eric Luke

A proposed new law to block killers from inheriting assets from the estate of their victim “goes too far in stripping them of property and risks being(...)

  Susanna  and Chris Cawley,  sister and brother of Celine Cawley who was killed by her husband 10 years ago. Photograph:  Colin Keegan, Collins

Siblings of Celine Cawley, who was killed by her husband ten years ago at their home in Howth, Co Dublin, have described the criminal trial following (...)

Suzanna Cawley and Chris Cawley, sister and brother of Celine Cawley who was killed by her husband 10 years ago attended the launch of Women’s Aid  Femicide Watch Report 2018 in Dublin File photograph:  Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin.

The siblings of Celine Cawley, who was killed by her husband Eamonn Lillis in their home in Howth, Co Dublin, have called for legal reforms that would(...)

Tansy Lodge Windgate Road Howth Co Dublin

Set on an acre of mature gardens, Tansy Lodge on Windgate Road in Howth is quite a remarkable conversion of an older property which was completely ove(...)

The Jessbrook Equestrian Centre, built by convicted drug trafficker John Gilligan beside his home. Photograph: Alan Betson

Jessbrook, the former home of convicted criminal John Gilligan has been declared “sale agreed”, eight months after it went up for sale with what was s(...)

Eamonn Lillis: The anomaly in the current law was highlighted by the case of  Lillis who was jailed for killing his wife, Celine Cawley. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The Government has published legislation which would make it impossible for murderers to inherit the property of their victims. The proposed legislat(...)

In the case of the Hawe family, it was the total absence of warning signs that ensured the father would be the reporters’ focus. His sheer ordinariness and apparent decency were a legitimate part of that focus. Photo credit : Hawes/Coll families/PA Wire

A common delight of journalism is the anonymous social media poster raging at you to “just do your job”. Has anyone considered what that means, say, i(...)

Few people would ever have imagined that someone who killed his or her spouse and who was convicted of murder, attempted murder or manslaughter, could(...)

The Law Reform Commission has recommended that a loophole in the law that enables killers such as Eamonn Lillis (above) to potentially benefit from their crimes should be closed with proposed new legislation. Photograph: The Irish Times

A loophole in the law that allows killers such as Eamonn Lillis to potentially benefit from their crimes should be closed with proposed new legislatio(...)

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