THE ANA KRIÉGEL MURDER TRIAL SHOWED HOW PERVASIVE AND ACCESSIBLE ONLINE BULLYING AND VIOLENT PORNOGRAPHY HAVE BECOME IN IRELAND. IN A MAJOR REPORT,(...)

Supt John Gordon and Chief Supt Lorraine Wheatley speak to the media after the sentencing. Photograph: Alan Betson

A group of schoolchildren in burgundy jumpers, grey trousers and kilts milled around the ground floor of the Central Criminal Court on Tuesday morning(...)

 Geraldine and Patric Kriégel at the Criminal Courts of Justice after the sentencing hearing. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Ana Kriégel’s father has said “forever is not long enough” after two boys were sentenced to life in prison and 15 years respectively for killing her. (...)

Two 15-year-old boys, known as Boy A and Boy B, have been sentenced for life and 15 years repectively for the murder of Ana Kriégel in 2018.

Two teenagers have been jailed by a judge for the “callous and brutal” murder of Ana Kriégel. The boys are the youngest people in the history of the S(...)

Geraldine and Patrick Kreigel, the parents of Ana Kriegel pictured arriving at the Criminal Courts of Justice. Photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times.

Ana Kriégel’s mother looked directly at the two boys sitting in the body of Court Nine yesterday as she described the “cold fear” she felt when her 14(...)

Graham Dwyer  leaving the Four Courts in April 2015. Photograph:  Collins Courts

An appeal against a significant ruling in favour of convicted murderer Graham Dwyer and the sentencing of two teenage boys for the murder of schoolgir(...)

Majella Moynihan pictured in the grounds of RTE. Majella spoke on RTÉ’s Documentary on One about being investigated by gardaí when she became pregnant by a male member of the force. Photograph: RTÉ

As visions of dystopia go, 1984 is pretty hard to beat. In an oppressive, male-dominated society, single women wearing distinctive uniforms give birth(...)

 Anastasia Kriegél:  found dead in a derelict farmhouse outside  Lucan, Co Dublin, on May 14th  last year. Photograph: Family handout

Ana Kriégel’s phone had a function which allowed her parents to see where she was at all times but this was disabled at the time of her alleged murder(...)