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In a Word . . . Sex

We were late to sex in Ireland. In Britain, according to poet Philip Larkin, “sexual intercourse began/In nineteen sixty-three/(which was rather late (...)

Pete Taylor  gave evidence in the trial of Gerard Cervi for the murder of Bobby Messett at Bray Boxing Club. Mr Cervi has pleaded not ) guilty. Photograph: Collins Courts

A garda who took possession of trainer Pete Taylor’s clothing after he was shot at Bray Boxing club has told the Central Criminal Court that he “never(...)

 Pete Taylor, who was shot during the incident at Bray Boxing Club. File photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Two witnesses to the fatal attack at Bray Boxing Club have told the Central Criminal Court that the gunman only stopped firing after trainer Pete Tayl(...)

Gerard Cervi (34), from the East Wall area in Dublin 3 has pleaded not guilty to murdering Bobby Messett (50) at the club in Bray Harbour, Bray, Co Wicklow on June 5, 2018. File photograph: Collins Courts

The trial of a man accused of murder and two counts of attempted murder after a shooting at Bray Boxing club will hear that a van allegedly used in t(...)

Minister for Education Norma Foley said it was her firm intention’ for the conventional Leaving Cert exams to be held in 2021. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Secondary students are feeling “unrelenting pressure” as a result of constant testing from teachers who say the results may determine their Leaving Ce(...)

Former rugby coach John McClean, of Casimir Avenue, Harold’s Cross, Dublin,  pleaded guilty on Monday to 27 charges of indecently assault at Terenure College in Dublin on dates between 1973 and 1990. File photograph: Collins Courts.

A private school where a former rugby coach sexually abused 23 schoolboys in the 1970s and 1980s has apologised “unreservedly to the victims and survi(...)

Nineteen people affected by ‘interrogation’ of INM data may have been regarded as having “acted adversely” to the interests of INM’s major shareholder, Denis O’Brien, the High Court was told.

It remains unclear how the apparent “interrogation” of the data of 19 people, including journalists and two senior counsel to the Moriarty Tribunal, (...)

Paul Bradley (54) of Liscarne Gardens, Ronanstown,  leaves the Central Criminal Court in Dublin. Photograph:  Collins Courts.

A father and his three sons have denied murdering a man after he fired a shotgun at their west Dublin home in the early hours of the morning. Openin(...)

 Ms Justice Mary Laffoy, chairwoman, at the Citizens’ Assembly in Malahide, Co Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

The first signs that the Irish public were far more liberal about abortion than had been assumed came at the Grand Hotel in Malahide, following the de(...)

Convicted murderer Graham Dwyer is challenging Ireland’s data retention laws. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/THE IRISH TIMES

A challenge by convicted murderer Graham Dwyer to Ireland’s data retention law is “misconceived” and is “a re-run” of an application dismissed by the (...)

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