Tom Nevin

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Marta Herda knew her passenger Casa Orsos could not swim. Photograph: Collins Courts

One of the Garda’s most experienced criminal investigators has said the conviction of Marta Herda for the murder by drowning of a man who had an inten(...)

Catherine Nevin was found guilty of the murder of her husband Tom. Photograph: Collins

The Supreme Court has ruled that Catherine Nevin’s conviction for the murder of her husband can be relied on by his family in their bid to ensure her (...)

Jack White’s Inn outside Arklow, where Tom Nevin was killed in 1996. File photograph: Eric Luke

The hearing of a Supreme Court appeal over a dispute relating to the estate of publican Tom Nevin, whose late wife Catherine Nevin was convicted of hi(...)

The Jessbrook Equestrian Centre, built by convicted drug trafficker John Gilligan beside his home. Photograph: Alan Betson

Jessbrook, the former home of convicted criminal John Gilligan has been declared “sale agreed”, eight months after it went up for sale with what was s(...)

Catherine Nevin  entering the Central Criminal Court during her trial. She  was given a life sentence in April 2000 after being found guilty of murdering her husband Tom. Photograph: Collins

It was in October 2016 that I received a call informing me that Catherine Nevin had been diagnosed with cancer, that she had been given months to live(...)

Margaret Lavelle, sister of the late Tom Nevin. Photograph:  Collins

More than two decades after being convicted of hiring a gunman to murder her husband, and serving 17 years in prison, Catherine Nevin was still before(...)

 Catherine Nevin being escorted by prison officers and gardaí follwing a legal challenge she took at the High Court in 2000. Photograph: Eric Luke

At about 4.30am on March 19th, 1996 the panic alarm flashed, lighting up a computer screen at the Bell Communications security company. A woman had di(...)

Catherine Nevin leaving court in 2000. Photograph: Graham Hughes/Collins.

Catherine Nevin, who became known as “the Black Widow” while on trial accused of murdering her husband, has died from cancer. The 67-year-old died o(...)

The CSO data shows that the premium paid to women in the public sector (excluding the pension levy) was about 12 per cent more in 2014

It is rare that we see a statistic which shows that women are paid more than anyone else, but figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) publis(...)

Catherine Nevin pictured after her conviction  in 2000. Photograph: Collins

Catherine Nevin’s conviction for the murder of her husband Tom can be used in a case aimed at stopping her inheriting any part of his estate, the Cour(...)

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