John Hoey at his Annacroft livestock farm outside Carrickmacross, Co Monaghan.  Photograph: Pat Byrne

A Co Monaghan pub owner and farmer who had cattle shot dead in July by an Army marksman was fined by a judge at Carrickmacross District Court on Wedne(...)

French visitors Cedric Nolin and Benjamin Domenech enjoyed their visit to Lough Corrib, catching several trout of this calibre while providing guide Larry McCarthy with plenty of laughs

Consumers should cook ice-counter fish on day of purchase or the day after, otherwise they should be frozen until required. Fresh fish is of paramo(...)

A District Court judge has withdrawn from hearing a case in which former Fine Gael TD Seán Conlan faces charges of assault and causing harm.  File photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times.

A District Court judge has withdrawn from hearing a case in which former Fine Gael TD Seán Conlan faces charges of assault and causing harm . Judge D(...)

Casting demonstrations in the indoor pool at the Ireland Angling Show in Swords, Co Dublin

As an integral part of the National Strategy for Angling Development, Inland Fisheries Ireland (IFI) has launched a survey. Some of the areas to be(...)

Stolen heavy machinery was used to remove the ATM machine from a wall of the filling station.

A Co Armagh man charged in relation to recovery of an ATM at Drumass, Iniskeen, Co Monaghan last week is legally detained, lawyers for the State have (...)

It is alleged the offences occurred at Vodafone’s HQ in Leopardstown in Co. Dublin from 2003 until 2007

A former senior executive at Vodafone Ireland is to stand trial charged with stealing almost €2 million from the company over a four-year period.Niall(...)

Leinster centre Gordon D’Arcy (33), of South Hill, Dartry, Dublin, was not present in court because he was training with the Irish squad at Carton House, Tullamore District Court was told.  Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Irish international rugby player Gordon D’Arcy will have to appear in court in person to have a donation to charity for speeding considered.The Leinst(...)