Helen Boyle

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Judge Helen Boyle noted that it was a sustained and determined assault which had left Mr Clark both with a permanent physical scar.

A 25-year-old man who threatened to smash a concrete block down on top of a man’s head if he didn’t hand over CCTV footage has been jailed for two yea(...)

Judge Helen Boyle  said she believed the appropriate sentence was one of four years but she suspended the final 12 months in the light of Szymczyk’s guilty plea.

A 24-year-old man who stalked and attacked a teenager as she walked home alone in the early hours of the morning in Cork last year has been jailed for(...)

The man is also charged with two counts of criminal damage, as well 16 road traffic offences

A man charged with endangerment after he allegedly rammed a Garda Armed Support Unit at a checkpoint in Cork has failed in his bid to be released on b(...)

Judge Helen Boyle  noted Barry had no previous convictions while Cummins had only minor previous convictions. File photograph: Cyril Byrne

A shop assistant who was badly shaken when a teenager hit her with a metal bar while robbing the shop where she worked has been praying for the young (...)

A 35-year-old drug dealer who was caught bringing over €100,000 worth of heroin to Cork by train has been jailed for six years. A court heard Gary Ca(...)

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The Government has approved or agreed in principle the appointment by President Michael D Higgins of three new judges and the move to a higher court (...)

Everyone knows that dogs are our best friends – loyal, loving and instinctively sensing when their owner is down and in need of some company. But our(...)

A veterinary surgeon has been fined €15,000 and ordered to pay almost €3,000 in costs after he admitted possessing unauthorised animal remedies at a (...)

Asked why a farmer might dock a cow’s tail, the court was told it may be done for “milker’s ease”. Photograph: Akio Kon/Bloomberg.

A Cork farmer convicted of animal cruelty for “barbaric” bovine tail docking has been fined €4,000.The case against Noel Lynch, a married father of th(...)