A man is due before Dublin District Court over the death of man in Dublin earlier this week

A man in his 40s has been charged and is due to appear before a court on Wednesday in relation to the death of a man in Dublin city centre earlier thi(...)

 Gemma Greene pictured leaving Dublin District Court last week. Photograph:  Collins Courts

A woman accused of leading 20 Garda cars and a helicopter on a live-streamed pursuit on the M50 has been ordered by a court to surrender her passport(...)

The man, who cannot be named for legal reasons, appeared before Judge Dermot Simms at Dublin District Court on Saturday. File Photograph: The Irish Times

A 53-year-old man charged with sexually exploiting and abusing a girl in Dublin has been ordered to stay away from her home and school. The man, who (...)

Illustration: Alan Clarke

Hennessy rings me in the middle of the night to say the old man has been arrested. It’s not the first time it’s ever happened. I can’t even say it’s t(...)

Reports indicate children are increasingly getting caught in the cross-fire in domestic abuse incidents. Photograph: iStock

Domestic violence has increased by more than one-third in Dublin north inner-city, the latest Garda figures show. It is the only crime that has sign(...)

Gardaí objected to bail for the accused Steven Sylvester citing the seriousness of the case and flight risk concerns.

A father-of-one has been charged over a €190,000 invoice redirect fraud targeting firms from Hong Kong, Finland and the United States. Steven Sylves(...)

Gardaí investigating a major crime network based in Ireland, and abroad, that has scammed millions of euro from victims of invoice-redirect fraud.

A man in his 20s has been charged in connection with an international invoice redirect fraud scheme, and is to appear before the Criminal Courts of Ju(...)

 Anti-lockdown protesters  in Herbert Park, Dublin on St Patrick’s Day. Photograph:  Sam Boal/RollingNews.ie

Anti-lockdown protests in Dublin passed off peacefully on St Patrick’s Day as gardaí said numbers at the events were much smaller than expected and a (...)

Gardaí objected to bail due to the seriousness of the charges. File photograph: The Irish Times

A man allegedly found with 250,000 photographs of women and children taken in public places without their consent has been granted bail. Paul Boyle ((...)

Legal aid was granted after the court heard the accused  is currently in receipt of the Pandemic Unemployment Payment.

A protester accused of launching a firework at gardaí­ during an anti-lockdown demonstration in Dublin on Saturday has been granted bail. Jake Merrim(...)

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