Michael Casey

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The funeral cortège of  Anthony Flynn as it passed the Inner City Helping Homeless office on Amiens Street in Dublin on Tuesday. Photograph: Tom Honan

The late Dublin city councillor Anthony Flynn had “a heart of pure gold” and “made a mark on this world that will never be erased,” said his fellow no(...)

‘I know one woman who has bought two dresses and the child has continued to grow. She’s on dress number three now.’ Photograph: Getty Images

Fr Michael Casey, teachers and parents in Sean McDermott parish on Dublin’s north inner city decided months ago not to hold First Holy Communions unti(...)

Leaving Cert students and teachers broadly welcomed the first of the two higher and ordinary level Irish papers, describing them as fair, accessible and approachable. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times.

Leaving Cert students and teachers broadly welcomed the first of the two higher and ordinary level Irish papers, describing them as fair, accessible (...)

Developer Pat Wigglesworth and conservationist Ian Lumley  at 3 Henrietta Street in Dublin. Photograph: Laura Hutton

I never thought I would live to see the day when we would be able to herald the arrival of a renaissance for Henrietta Street, in Dublin 1. But with t(...)

Ennis Property Dac secured the judgment this week over loans used to buy a nursing home in Co Galway

A couple have consented to a €3.4 million judgment against them over failure to repay loans used to acquire a nursing home in Co Galway and other asse(...)

Michael Casey, Clonlong Halting Site, Limerick, had pleaded guilty to a series of burglaries, including one at the home of John O’Donoghue at Toomaline, Doon, on August 27th, 2015.

The Court of Appeal has increased prison sentences handed down to two men jailed for a “fatal burglary” at the home of a 62-year-old after finding tha(...)

Michael Casey, Clonlong Halting Site, Limerick, had pleaded guilty to a series of burglaries, including one at the home of John O’Donoghue at Toomaline, Doon, on August 27th, 2015.

Longer sentences should be imposed for burglaries which are leaving elderly people in rural Ireland to “live in permanent fear or dread”, the Director(...)

 Michael Casey, Clonlong Halting Site, Limerick, had pleaded guilty to a series of burglaries, including one at the home of John O’Donoghue at Toomaline, Doon, on August 27th, 2015.

Increased prison sentences are being sought for two men involved in a burglary at the home of a 62-year-old Limerick man who collapsed and died as he (...)

Michael Casey is sentenced  to six years’ imprisonment for sexually abusing a 13-year-old girl. Photograph: Brendan Gleeson

A “predatory” Limerick man, who set up a children’s charity in West Africa, has been jailed for six years for the sexual defilement of a 13-year old (...)

State Pathologist Prof Marie Cassidy, who carried out a postmortem on Mr O’Donoghue, said his death “cannot be separated” from the burglary, despite her finding that he had significant coronary heart disease.

The family of a bachelor who died of heart attack after he discovered two men ransacking his home have hit out at the 3½-year sentences imposed on th(...)

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