John O Leary

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The accused was  granted bail in the sum of €6,000 and ordered  to obey a 10pm to 6am curfew, to reside at his current address, “refrain from driving a taxi”, and to sign on daily at his local garda station.

A taxi driver has been charged with raping a woman in his car in Dublin. The man (35) was arrested on Monday morning at his home in Dublin. He was c(...)

Father Michael O’Leary (50). Photograph: Westchester County Police Department

A High Court dispute involving a Catholic priest and his siblings over their late mother’s will may be heard in the autumn. Fr Michael O’Leary, who (...)

Father Michael O’Leary (50). Photograph: Westchester County Police Department

A Catholic priest on bail pending his trial on drug charges in the United States is not prevented from travelling to Ireland to give evidence in a dis(...)

Claire and Keith Cullen lost their baby Aaron Ben Cullen on May 9th 2016. Photograph: Collins

The parents of a baby boy who died five days after his birth have described the delay in discovering the cause of his death as “extremely disappointin(...)

Model image of planned North Quays redevelopment in Waterford city. Picture: Waterford City and County Council

Waterford City and County Council has signed a contract for a €300 million development with a Saudi Arabian retail group, for a long-mooted project on(...)

Monaghan goalkeeper Rory Beggan has won his first All Star. Photo: James Crombie/Inpho

Dublin’s record equalling four-in-a-row All-Ireland success has been complemented by seven PwC All Stars in the 2018 awards selection but for the fift(...)

Rory McIlroy  practises ahead of the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open. Photograph: Jan Kruger/Getty Images

Although there are no last-minute, late additions to the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open field from those among Rory McIlroy’s personal list of mobile phon(...)

Andy Noonan, head chef and pitmaster at Fowl Play in Dublin 2

A pub full of hungry punters and a shared love of cooking over fire launched Fowl Play, a “live fire chicken joint” on the Dublin dining scene. Trev O(...)

Jim Gavin: was used in his playing days to curbing his own natural game in order to service the greater  needs of the Dublin team. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

There was much in retrospect that looks obvious about Jim Gavin’s playing days when tracing his development into the most successful Dublin football m(...)

On September 25th, 1917, Thomas Ashe died in the Mater Hospitals from complications arising out of a force feeding regime in Mountjoy Prison.   Photograph: National Library of Ireland

On September 25th, 1917, Thomas Ashe died in the Mater Hospitals from complications arising out of a force feeding regime in Mountjoy Prison. Ashe wa(...)

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