Thomas McMahon (35) received a suspended sentence  after pleading guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to exposure on a bus on June 28th, 2017. Photograph:  Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times.

A Dublin man who touched a fellow bus passenger’s shoulder with his penis claimed he had been urinating when the vehicle jerked forward and pushed him(...)

Angelo Fusco pictured outside the High Court in 2000.  Photograph: Collins

A convicted murderer and former Provisional IRA member with a violent past will not be allowed a licence for a shotgun, a court has decided. Angelo F(...)

Charles with his beloved great uncle Lord Mountbatten in July 1979: when the prince takes a tour of Classiebawn Castle he may recall the many stories Mountbatten told him about the place where he and his extended family holidayed every August. Photograph: Tim Graham/Getty Images

Visiting Mullaghmore today will be an important and reflective experience for Prince Charles.And for others too, who have memories of August 26th, 197(...)

Britain’s Prince Charles and his partner Camilla Parker-Bowles will visit Mullaghmore harbour, where the prince’s great-uncle Lord Louis Mountbatten died in an IRA bombing almost 36 years ago. File photograph: Jeff J Mitchell/Reuters

Britain’s Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall Camilla Parker Bowles begin their four-day trip to Ireland on Tuesday with a visit to NUI Galway’s (N(...)

Mountbatten bombing: Classiebawn Castle, in Mullaghmore, Co Sligo. Photograph: Trish Punch/Lonely Planet/Getty

As John Maxwell sifts through a box of photographs to find some of his son Paul a postcard falls on the floor. It is a black-and-white view of Clas(...)

 Thomas McMahon arriving at the Special Criminal Court. Photograph:  Collins Courts

Two Limerick men have pleaded guilty to IRA membership in advance of their Special Criminal Court trial, which had been adjourned in what was t(...)

Garda stations: recordings of phone calls on designated lines at 23 centres were kept in Dublin. Photograph:  Bryan O’Brien

Recordings of phone calls on designated lines at 23 Garda stations were stored centrally in Dublin but could be accesse(...)