Minister for Justice Alan Shatter has intervened in an unprecedented row between the Garda Síochána Ombudsman Commission (GSOC) and Garda Commissioner Martin Callinan.

Minister for Justice Alan Shatter has intervened in an unprecedented row between the Garda Síochána Ombudsman Commissio(...)

Complaints body finds gardaí had “withheld” evidence from it.

The body established to investigate complaints against gardaí has strongly criticised what it says is a culture within the force that delayed a(...)

Gardaí in Cork are to prepare a file for the DPP after arresting and questioning a man about a €70,000 drugs seizure in the city over th(...)

Dadibaku Ngnupumu was charged with operating a computer to make gain for himself or cause loss to another of €57,257 at Avery Dennison at Cork Airport Business Park.

A 47-year-old man has been remanded in custody after he was charged with the disappearance of over €50,000 from an American multi-national comp(...)

Breifne O’Brien. Photograph: Collins Courts

The High Court will give judgment later this month on an application by businessman Breifne O’Brien aimed at permanently blocking his trial for(...)

The Government has nominated barrister Anthony M Collins for appointment as a judge of the European General Court. (...)

Breifne O’Brien. Photograph: Collins Courts

Businessman Breifne O’Brien has asked the High Court to permanently block his trial for offences including th(...)

Tom Curran, partner of Marie Fleming, is consoled outside the Supreme Court yesterday by his son David and daughter Corrina. Photograph: Courtpix

Marie Fleming fought a landmark legal battle to be helped take her own life, and yesterday her long, dignified campaign appeared close to an en(...)

Tom Curran, partner of Marie Fleming speaking to reporters at the High Court earlier. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES

The partner of Marie Fleming, the terminally ill 59-year-old who today lost her landmark challenge to the blanket ban on assisted suicide, has (...)

Marie Fleming with her partner Tom Curran (left), daughter Corrinna Moore and family friend Brendan Gainey at the High Court after losing her case challenging the absolute ban on assisted suicide earlier this year. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish  Times

Terminally ill multiple sclerosis sufferer Marie Fleming has lost her landmark court challenge to the blanket ban on assisted suicide. The righ(...)

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