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Gardaí breaks up party with 100 attendees in Co Cork on Thursday. File image: Frank Miller

Gardaí broke up a party by up to 100 people in Co Cork which was held in breach of Covid-19 regulations on gatherings on Thursday night. Over 30 gard(...)

A convicted IRA bomber, Darcy Gearoid McMenamin, deported last week from the United States, where he was living as an undocumented migrant, has appear(...)

Police attending the scene of a suspected shooting in West Belfast Glen Road close to St Mary’s grammar School. Photograph: Liam McBurney/PA Wire

Two men arrested in connection with the death of a father who was shot while waiting for his son outside a Belfast school have been released without c(...)

Police attending the scene of a shooting close to St Mary’s Grammar School, west Belfast. Photograph: Liam McBurney/PA

Dissident republicans have been blamed for the murder of a man who was shot while waiting for his child to leave school in west Belfast on Tuesday. (...)

Police in Derry have arrested a dozen teenagers as part of their investigation into the murder of Piotr Krowka. Photograph: PSNI

Twelve teenagers have been arrested by police investigating the murder of a homeless Polish man in Co Derry earlier this year. The body of 36-year-ol(...)

 Brendan Duddy, in whose Derry home  the IRA and British government contacts met during Troubles. Photograph: Trevor McBride

Secret back channels between enemy lines are places of mystery, intrigue and danger, but these are crucial spaces where foes come together and feel th(...)

Developer Michael O’Flynn:  His company O’Flynn Capital Partners (OFCP) had challenged a 2015 refusal for planning for 164 residential units at Beech Park, Cabinteely, south Co Dublin. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Developer Michael O’Flynn has been given the go-ahead to seek renewed planning for previously dismissed plans to build 164 homes in south Dublin. D(...)

The High Court  ruled that the council’s decision to refuse Michael O’Flynn  permission to build 164 homes near Cabinteely, Co Dublin, was unlawful. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Developer Michael O’Flynn said he felt “vindicated” after his company won a significant planning case against Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council th(...)

The council had refused permission to O’Flynn Capital Partners (OFCP) for a €70 million development of 164 houses in Cabinteely. The judge set aside the local authority’s decision and ruled that the developer should be allowed to submit a fresh application. File photograph: Bloomberg

The High Court yesterday found that Dún Laoghaire Rathdown Council misapplied the terms of its own planning scheme for the Cherrywood area in south Du(...)

Developer Michael O’Flynn has won a High Court challenge over a refusal by Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council to grant planning permission for a €75 million residential development in south Co Dublin.

The High Court has over turned a refusal by Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council to grant planning permission for a €75 million residential developme(...)

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