John O Neill

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The remains of John O’Neill, who was killed in 2010 in the resort of Benalmadena. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

A British man has been convicted of murdering “gentle giant” Irish plasterer John O’Neill after a petty row at a bar in Spain. On Friday, a Spanish(...)

Munster players contemplate their second Heineken Cup final defeat in three seasons as Leicester’s Neil Back celebrates at the end of the 2002 final at the Millennium Stadium. Photograph: Patrick Bolger/Inpho

Two titans collide again. Were Munster to look across the water for a mirror image of themselves it would probably be Leicester, and vice versa. These(...)

Clodagh Logue (42), of Dún Laoghaire, Co Dublin, had pleaded guilty in a prosecution brought by the Department of Social Protection. Photograph: Collins

A Dublin mother, who unlawfully received €15,000 children’s allowance payments while she was working in Australia, has been spared a criminal convicti(...)

Michael Flynn, aka Mattress Mick, with his cardboard likenesses  at his  warehouse on Dublin’s northside. File photograph: Dave Meehan

Bedding salesman and internet sensation Mattress Mick has been ordered to pay €900 for unwittingly renting out a taxi to a driver with an expired publ(...)

Aer Lingus is facing trial on health and safety charges in connection with the death of a driver at Dublin Airport. John Murray from St Patrick’s Cl(...)

Munster Players celebrate as their captain, Anthony Foley, lifts the trophy following victory during the Heineken Cup final between Munster and Biarritz Olympique  on May 20th, 2006, in Cardiff’s  Millennium Stadium. Photograph:  David Rogers/Getty Images

Twenty four hours on and the sense of shock remains profound. Reading all the heartfelt tributes on this site and elsewhere, looking at all the pictur(...)

Paul O’Connell in action for Ireland against Scotland in the Six nations game at Murrayfield in March 2015. Photograph: Dan Sheridan/Inpho

Like many millions of golf fans, Paul O’Connell watched the Ryder Cup last weekend. But for him the view was slightly different. “We were down on the(...)

The company is being prosecuted by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) over a delay in completing a €1m project to deal with a water quality problem in Carraroe. Photograph: iStockphoto

Irish Water has pleaded guilty to failing to implement a plan to improve drinking water quality in Carraroe in Co Galway and was ordered to give €3,00(...)

Gas flaring taking place at the Corrib gas terminal in Co Mayo.

Shell Ireland has been fined €1,000 and ordered to pay €15,000 in legal costs for causing light and noise pollution from a gas flare during start-up t(...)

 Robert Burke (left) and  Liam Pacelli,  leaving the Four Courts  after they both appeared before the District Court. Photograph: Courts Collins

Two Dublin market traders have been fined for selling more than 100 different types of prescription drugs from their stall. The medication packs, pri(...)

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