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Sarah McInerney: reserves her most fierce grillings for those in positions of power or wealth who appear to be spoofing

It’s the second week of her new show, and Sarah McInerney is already on course to become the most-respected figure on the radio. So tenacious is the p(...)

The HSE’s national coronavirus tracing app remains mysterious, even as we inch closer to the end of May or early June point, at which it is supposed to go on limited trial. Photograph: iStock

We’ve had little concrete information so far about the HSE’s mysterious national coronavirus tracing app, even as we inch closer to the end of May or (...)

The new residents arrived in Cahersiveen on March 18th and 19th, some of them from a hotel in Dublin at which a case of coronavirus infection  was subsequently confirmed in an unrelated guest, he said.

Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan has apologised to the people of Cahersiveen, Co Kerry, for not consulting them about the opening of a direct pro(...)

Several complaints have been made to the Garda Ombudsman about gardaí not wearing facemasks at checkpoints.  Photograph: Collins

Gardaí are to start using face masks in certain circumstances for the duration of the Covid-19 pandemic. Members will be required to wear masks in e(...)

 Charlie Flanagan: said the measures  to  enforce Covid-19 restrictions will be retained only for as long as they are “necessary, effective and proportionate. No longer”. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Garda powers to enforce Covid-19 restrictions will remain in place for the short term, Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan has said. Asked if the G(...)

The Nassau Street bombing aftermath in Dublin, 1974. Three bombs exploded in Dublin and one in Monaghan in May 1974. Photograph: Pat Langan/The Irish Times

A former English chief constable who is also investigating the British army agent known as Stakeknife and the loyalist Glennane Gang has pledged to do(...)

The ceremony took place at  Dublin Castle and was  live-streamed on Facebook.

A ceremony commemorating members of An Garda Síochána killed in the line of duty took place in Dublin on Saturday afternoon. Eighty-eight members of (...)

Minister for Justice and Equality, Charlie Flanagan. File photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

The Department of Justice was unaware that any of the asylum seekers moved to Cahirsiveen, Co Kerry from Dublin during the pandemic had contracted Cov(...)

Dr Tiede Herrema at the Special Collections Library at the University of Limerick in October 2005,  when he presented his papers to the library. File photograph: David Sleator

Tiede Herrema, the Dutch industrialist kidnapped by the IRA in 1975, has died aged 99. Dr Herrema died after a long illness on Friday, the day after (...)

The Irish Prison Service has said it is trying to accommodate inmates with symptoms in rooms with in-cell showers but that this is not possible in every case.File Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Some prisoners awaiting tests for coronavirus are being kept in 24-hour lock-up with no access to showers as prison authorities try to prevent an outb(...)

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