Gardaí have referred several people for prosecution for publicly identifying the two boys convicted in June of the murder of teenager Ana Kriégel (pictured).

Gardaí have referred several people for prosecution for publicly identifying the two boys convicted of the murder of Ana Kriégel. An investigation be(...)

Judge says there was ‘no effective editorial control over the manner in which the story was conveyed to the public.’

A newspaper editor has been fined €4,500 after being found guilty of contempt of court for a front-page headline and article that “posed a real risk” (...)

 Brendan Grehan SC, the prosecuting barrister in the Ana Kriegel murder trial,  said he did not support a full ban on reporting. Photograph: Collins Courts

The first week of the Ana Kriégel murder trial was marked by several clashes between the court and the media, culminating in an almost unprecedented, (...)

President Michael D Higgins with former ministers, Brendan Daly, Donie Cassidy, Michael Mulcahy. Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins Dublin.

For John Mulcahy, journalism and publishing was not just a job or a career, it was his passion, his memorial Mass heard on Thursday. Though ill for (...)

Catherine Day, secretary general European Commission, told a media seminar in Dublin that the British were not yet ready to negotiate the UK’s departure from the EU. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Britain’s political negotiators on Brexit are only understanding “very late in the day” how the European Union works, a senior adviser to European Com(...)

This will be the first time that the newspapers will be available in full in a digital format.

Profits at the parent company of the Irish Daily Mail and its sister paper, the Irish Mail on Sunday, increased by 5.9 per cent to €2.08 million in th(...)

Marian Finucane: Sidesteps any creeping unpleasantness during a discussion on rural crime.

Gangs roaming with impunity, innocent families kidnapped for petty sums, terrified householders arming themselves to protect elderly relatives, a G(...)

Fionnan Sheahan replaces Claire Grady, who unexpectedly stepped down as editor in August after just a year in the job.

Political journalist Fionnan Sheahan has been appointed editor of the Irish Independent while the paper’s executive editor, Cormac Bourke, has been ap(...)