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Fianna Fáil’s  Barry Andrews speaking to media during the European count in the RDS, Dublin. Photograph: Collins

The fourth MEP elected in Dublin, and the fifth in the Ireland South constituency, will have no formal or informal position, no salary, expenses or fa(...)

Ms Arundel is charged with entering the pensioner’s home and stealing a watch, a mobile phone, a bank card, a cash box and €15 in cash on May 1st. Photograph: iStock

A total of €53.68 million was paid in criminal legal aid to lawyers in 2017 – an increase of 9 per cent on the €49 million paid out the previous year.(...)

Noel Waters, the highest-ranking official in the justice department, will step down in February. Photograph: Eric Luke

The Government has to fill another senior vacancy in the justice sector after the secretary general of the Department of Justice announced his retirem(...)

Jim O’Callaghan called for a “swift” response from the Minister for Justice and Equality. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The Policing Authority has said it will study the “significant findings and recommendations” of the Public Accounts Committee’s report into the manag(...)

Minster for Foreign Affairs & Trade, Charlie Flanagan TD, and Japanese Foreign Minister Mr Fumio Kishida, crack open a barrel of Japanese Sake in a ceremony at Iveagh House , Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

This year, Japan and Ireland mark the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations on 5th March 1957. At the start of this commemorab(...)

FERMANAGH AND SOUTH TYRONE CANDIDATES: Rosemary Barton (UUP); Kerri Blyberg (Alliance); Donald Crawford (TUV); John Feely (Sinn Féin); Phil Flanagan (Sinn Féin); Arlene Foster (DUP); Michelle Gildernew (Sinn Féin); Damien Harris (Lab Rep); Tanya Jones (Greens); Seán Lynch (Sinn Féin); Richie McPhillips (SDLP); Maurice Morrow (DUP); Alastair Patterson (UUP).

In a significant development, Richie McPhillips has won a seat for the SDLP in Fermanagh and South Tyrone, reclaiming the seat lost to Sinn Féin in 20(...)

Ibrahim Halawa  is due to face his 12th court hearing today in a mass trial with over 400 other prisoners and potentially faces the death penalty. Picture Nick Bradshaw

Ibrahim Halawa has now spent 876 days without trial in a squalid Egyptian prison. My involvement with the campaign for his release began in April 2014(...)

The family of Irish teenager Ibrahim Halawa, who was jailed two years ago over political protests in Egypt, attended a briefing about his case at the European Parliament on Tuesday.

The family of Irish teenager Ibrahim Halawa, who was jailed two years ago over political protests in Egypt, attended a briefing about his case at the (...)

Soldiers of the 5th London Rifle Brigade with German Saxon regimental troops at Ploegsteert Wood during the Christmas Truce in 1914. Photograph:  Popperfoto/Getty Images

On the Western Front on December 24th 1914, thousands of soldiers from the British Expeditionary Forces, which included men from all parts of the i(...)

The byelections to replace two TDs who have been elected to the European parliament, will take place on Friday, October 10th, Taoiseach Enda Kenny h(...)