Michael Mccoy

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Irish War of Independence: A woman recites the Rosary front of Mountjoy prison in Dublin for imprisoned Sinn Féiners on hunger strike. Photograph: adoc-photos/Corbis via Getty Images

County: Westmeath Incident: Assault on Castlepollard Barracks Date: July 11th, 1921 One of the last incidents in the War of Independence took place i(...)

Catriona McCoy with her  daughters (l-r) Rachel, Suzanne and Sarah McCoy  outside Dublin Coroner’s Court. Photograph: Louise Roseingrave

A verdict of unlawful killing has been returned into the death of a father of three found unresponsive in the Dublin mountains after he went there to (...)

Gardaí  at the scene where Michael McCoy’s  body was found  at Blackhill Forest  near Brittas. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Gardaí are investigating new lines of inquiry into the death of conservationist Michael McCoy in the Dublin Mountains following a family appeal on RTÉ(...)

Gardai at the scene in the Dublin mountains where the remains of Michael McCoy were found. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

A 64-year-old father of three who was attacked while out walking his dogs near his Co Dublin home died of blunt force trauma, an inquest heard. Cons(...)

Funeral of Michael McCoy at St Maelruain’s Church in Tallaght. Photograph: Stephen Collins/Collins

Environmental campaigner Michael McCoy lived a principled life and had a strong sense of right and wrong, mourners at his funeral were told. Hundreds(...)

Michael McCoy’s daughter Rachel has  said a dog of his   called  Fia (above) has been missing since his death and the family is offering a cash reward for information helping to find her.

A dog belonging to Michael McCoy, who died after he was attacked in the Dublin Mountains, stayed faithfully with him until rescue teams arrived in the(...)

Fia, one of the dogs belonging to a man who was found dead at Ballinascorney Hill, Co Dublin, who is missing. Photograph: Facebook

The family of a man who died after being attacked in the Dublin mountains last Thursday has offered a reward for information on one of his dogs. Mich(...)

Last October, Ms Justice Marie Baker said she would order the winding down of work by Shillelagh Quarries on a 3.27- hectare area of the 25-hectare site near Brittas, Co Dublin.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne (stock image).

A quarrying company has been given more time to wind down its operations “in an area of exceptional public amenity”, following a High Court order dir(...)

Ms Justice Marie Baker in the High Court will make orders later specifying when winding down work must be done by Shillelagh Quarries Ltd in a 3.27-hectare area at the 25-hectare site near Brittas, Co Dublin, on the north-facing slope of the 465-metre Butter Mountain. Photograph: Shillelagh Quarries Ltd website

A quarrying operation in “an area of exceptional public amenity” must cease, the High Court has ruled. Ms Justice Marie Baker will make orders later s(...)

 Gerard Finn, who died from Alzheimer’s disease after spending many years in a nursing home, with his daughters Sharon and Lourda, who is holding her son Fionn, in October 2006. Photograph copied by Liam Burke/Press 22.

‘It’s easier to dope up a patient like he doesn’t exist’ Something was happening to Lourda Finn’s father. A few months after being admitted into a nu(...)