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As well as providing a cash in transit service BMSS also supplied security personnel to Shell, during the construction of a highly controversial gas pipeline and refinery at Bellanaboy, Co Mayo, some years ago. Photograph: Getty Images

A criminal investigation is being conducted into a company that provided cash in transit and other security services and which has an estimated defici(...)

A detective objected to bail for a man accused of raping a woman because the accused is considered a flight risk.

A man with no ties to Ireland and accused of raping a woman in Co Kildare has been denied bail after a court heard gardai were “at a loss” to know how(...)

A woman who lived less than a mile from her local hospital died after an ambulance took almost an hour to get to her home in Co Donegal, a coroner has heard.

A woman who lived two kilometres from her local hospital died after an ambulance took almost an hour to get to her home in Co Donegal, a coroner has h(...)

Ouzos of Dalkey is part of the hospitality group PBR Restaurants that has been placed in examinership.

An examiner has been appointed to popular Dalkey restaurant Ouzos and an associated gastropub and several cafes. At the High Court late on Wednesday,(...)

One of the largest beef processors in the State has sought an application that could see individual beef protesters jailed for being in contempt of court. Image: iStock.

One of the largest beef processors in the State has sought an application that could see individual beef protesters jailed for being in contempt of co(...)

Maynooth University seeks declarations that UCD’s appointments programme is contrary to the 1997 Universities Act and contrary to a 2006 co-operation accord signed by the then presidents of seven Irish universities concerning the recruiting of academic staff. File photograph: Laura Hutton/The Irish Times

One of Ireland’s universities is suing another over the alleged poaching of an academic staff member. Maynooth University has brought High Court proc(...)

No application for bail was made on behalf of the accused  and the court heard  the State was not consenting to bail.

A woman accused of stabbing a 23-year-old man to death in the UK earlier this year has appeared before the High Court in Dublin. Kelly Margaret Gray (...)

Gayle Killilea’s lawyer is asking the judge in her husband Sean Dunne’s American bankruptcy trial to block an order from a different court  to provide details of the couple’s finances. Photograph: Douglas Healey

Gayle Killilea’s lawyer is asking the judge in her husband Sean Dunne’s American bankruptcy trial to block an order from a different court compelling (...)

The accused was  granted bail in the sum of €6,000 and ordered  to obey a 10pm to 6am curfew, to reside at his current address, “refrain from driving a taxi”, and to sign on daily at his local garda station.

A taxi driver has been charged with raping a woman in his car in Dublin. The man (35) was arrested on Monday morning at his home in Dublin. He was c(...)

An entertainer has appeared in court charged with sexually assaulting a man in Dublin almost three years ago. File photograph:  Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times.

An entertainer has appeared in court charged with sexually assaulting a man in Dublin almost three years ago. Judge John O’Leary ruled at Dublin Dist(...)

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