Maria Byrne

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Limerick was the only one of three cities to vote in favour of a directly elected mayor in a recent local referendum held in May. Both Cork and Waterford rejected the proposal.

Limerick will hold the country’s first election for a mayor in May 2021, it has been announced. Limerick was the only one of three cities to vote in(...)

CAB wants Maria Byrne, the registered owner of the house   at Raleigh Square,  Crumlin, Dublin, to give  undertakings before the property  is vacated. File photograph: Collins

The Criminal Assets Bureau is to ask the High Court to order a sister of drug gang leader Liam Byrne to promise that a house which she is due to hand (...)

Liam Byrne (centre) carries his brother David’s coffin at this funeral in Dublin in 2016. Photograph: Photograph: The Irish Times

The former home of drug gang leader Liam Byrne has been forfeited to the Criminal Assets Bureau. The house was among more than 50 assets - including (...)

The judge said the case was ‘an interesting one’ which had raised issues concerning the rights of cyclists.

A cyclist who claimed he suffered a severe and complex injury to his foot after he was struck by a SUV has settled his High Courtaction for damages. (...)

‘You can bet the house’ that Peter Casey, pictured, will run for the European Parliament, and the Dáil, according to his friend Senator Gerard Craughwell. Photo Nick Bradshaw

He hasn’t gone away, you know. Peter Casey, the initial no-hoper who confounded commentators and critics by coming a strong second to Michael D Higgi(...)

Max Woods and Emily Moore from Kildare during their first day in junior infants at Kildare Town Educate Together National School. Photograph: Alan Betson

It was Maria Byrne’s first day at her new school. She was a little nervous. And a little excited. Actually, she was quite altogether excited but(...)

The Bill requires all mobile phones to be labelled and handed in at the start of the school day and returned at day’s end. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien / The Irish Times

Legislation prohibiting students from using their mobile phones in school, including a “three strikes” policy where students would have their phones c(...)

The High Court had previously ruled  there was no evidence of fraud by the siblings.

Two siblings committed civil fraud in selling their late father’s home on foot of a death certificate for a woman with the same name as their stepmoth(...)

 Minister of State  for Higher Education, Mary Mitchell O’Connor. Sources insist she had no difficulty with the 12 weeks but questioned whether 10 weeks may be easier for others to accept. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A Government Minister has suggested that legislation allowing for abortion up to 10 weeks of pregnancy, rather than the 12 weeks recommended by an Oir(...)

Former Fine Gael TD Jerry Buttimer has been elected to the Seanad

Former Fine Gael TD Jerry Buttimer has been elected to the Seanad and two other ex-TDs who lost their Dáil seats are also expected to win in the Upper(...)

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