Kevin Hannaway

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Five people jailed over their roles in an IRA “inquiry” of suspected informants carried out at a house in Dublin have lost their Supreme Court appeals(...)

Kevin Hannaway (71) is serving a sentence of three years and nine months at the maximum security Portlaoise Prison after being jailed for assisting IRA “interrogations”. File photograph: Cyril Byrne

A prisoner has brought a High Court challenge over restrictions on prison visits. Kevin Hannaway (71) is serving a sentence of three years and nine m(...)

Kevin Hannaway (71) of Colinmill, in Belfast, one of the so-called ‘hooded men’ abused by British military intelligence during the Troubles,  was  given three years and nine months for his role in the IRA ‘inquiry’ in Castleknock, Dublin in 2015. File image: Cyril Byrne /The Irish Times

A number of people jailed for their roles in an IRA “inquiry” of suspected informants in a Dublin suburb have lost appeals against their convictions. (...)

Northern Irish Democratic Unionist Party  leader Arlene Foster (left) with Sinn Féin’s Mary Lou McDonald and Michelle O’Neill at the funeral service for  Lyra McKee in Belfast. Photograph: Charles McQuillan/Pool/Reuters

Father Martin McGill’s words to the politicians gathered in front of him, including Sinn Féin’s Mary Lou McDonald and the Democratic Unionist Party’s (...)

Forensic officers inspect the remains of the vehicle  used as a car bomb outside Derry courthouse on January 20th, 2019. Photograph:  Charles McQuillan/Getty Images

Historian Marisa McGlinchey found herself being assailed for comment and explanation from a number of journalistic quarters following the “New IRA” ca(...)

Kevin Hannaway was one of a number of men interned at a secret base in Derry in 1971 where he was beaten, subjected to white noise and deprivation of sleep, food and drink. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

One of the “hooded men” who was subjected to inhumane and degrading treatment by British forces in Northern Ireland, has been jailed for three years a(...)

Seven of the 14 ‘hooded men’, who were kept in hoods interned in Northern Ireland in 1971, (from left) Jim Auld, Patrick McNally, Liam Shannon, Fracncie McGuigan, Davy Rodgers, Brian Turley and Joe Clarke, following a press conference at KRW Law in Belfast on Tuesday. Photograph: PA

The European Court of Human Rights has rejected the Government’s case that fourteen men interned in Northern Ireland in the 1970s were subjected to to(...)

Snow in Co Antrim. Driving conditions across Northern Ireland are difficult because of heavy snow, police said. Photograph: Lisa Southgate/PA Wire

A trial at the Special Criminal Court was delayed on Wednesday because three of the accused were trapped in Belfast by bad weather. Kevin Hannaway ((...)

Five people have been charged with knowingly helping the IRA.

Belfast man Kevin Hannaway, one of a group known as the ‘Hooded Men’ who are seeking revision of a controversial judgement on their detention during t(...)

Kevin  Hannaway (68) and four co-accused were arrested in August last year as part of an operation targeting dissident republican activity in the Dublin Region. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times.

A book of evidence has been served on Belfast man Kevin Hannaway, one of a group known as the “Hooded Men”, who is awaiting trial at the Special Crimi(...)

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