Gareth Noble

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Mr Justice  Charleton  didn’t hold back in his opinion of Tusla’s filing system. In fact, it could not be dignified by calling it a system, he said. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Buried within the 406 pages and 230,000 words of the Disclosures Tribunal report is a section called “Measuring the Pressure”, which describes a syste(...)

Chief executive of Barnardos Fergus Finlay: Too many children were  “automatically granted, on the day of their birth, the right to stand in queues for services that never came”.  Photograph: Dave Meehan

Ireland’s rate of child homelessness, which has risen by 287 per cent in three years, is unmatched anywhere in Europe, the Irish Society for the Preve(...)

The behaviour of members of An Garda Síochána is in focus at the moment. Trust in policing has been damaged by a number of controversies. Children in the inner city were ahead of the curve on this distrust. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Every day in parts of Dublin, teenagers are searched and talked to by gardaí as though they are adult criminals. I see this occasionally as I walk thr(...)

Tomás Heneghan: said he was cautiously optimistic about the new Government policy.  File photograph: Collins Courts

The Minister for Health’s decision to end the permanent prohibition on blood donations by gay men has lead to a man withdrawing his High Court challen(...)

The whistleblower has been involved in the provision of learning support in a number of schools. Photograph: Getty Images

The Department of Education is being urged to investigate claims by a schools “whistleblower” that learning support hours designated for special ne(...)

A teenager has pleaded guilty at Dublin Children’s Court to charges of attempted robbery and possessing a weapon capable of causing injury or incapacitating a person. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

A 16-year-old boy beat a man in the face with a metal police-style baton during an attempted mugging in Dublin city centre, a court has heard.The teen(...)

Ms Justice Iseult O’Malley in the High Court ruled that the mechanism in Ireland to determine if a suspect was a victim of trafficking was inadequate to meet obligations under an EU directive.

A High Court judge has said Ireland has failed to adequately comply with its obligations under EU law towards victims of human trafficking. An EU dir(...)

A Dublin youth, who laughed after he stabbed a young man with a flick-knife and left him for dead, has walked free from court on a technicality

A Dublin youth, who laughed after he stabbed a young man with a flick-knife and left him for dead, has walked free from court on a technicality.The bo(...)

The Department of Education is facing fresh legal action over its exclusion of children with “mild” Down Syndrome from teaching resources that are gr(...)

A teenager, who stole two right-footed runners, which came in different sizes, has been spared a custodial sentence.The 16-year-old boy pleaded guilty(...)

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