Garda Commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan: her performance yesterday will do little to reassure a sceptical public. Photograph: Stephen Collins/Collins Photos

Anyone seeking answers about how the Garda falsely reported almost one million fake breath tests over a five-year period will not have found any at Ga(...)

The chair of the Policing Authority, Josephine Feehily, has said that continued issues with the recording of crime statistics by An Garda Síochána only serves to undermine public confidence in the force. Photograph: Laura Hutton/Collins.

The continued issues with the recording of crime statistics by An Garda Síochána only serves to undermine public confidence in the force, the chair o(...)

Aoibhe Sheehan (8) from Lisgoold in Co Cork getting red-y for the upcoming Irish Redhead Convention with the Highland Cow at Rumley’s Open Farm. Photograph: Darragh Kane

What would John Hinde have made of it all? Hinde, the photographer whose iconic image of two foxy-haired children and their donkey on a Connemara bog,(...)

Imam Rabeeb Mirza and Garda Darren Coventry-Howlett of the Garda Racial, Intercultural and Diversity Office, talk at the Ahmadiyya Muslim Association of Ireland annual conference

Ireland is working towards “more integration, more involvement, and more dialogue” where its Muslim community and other ethnic minorities are concerne(...)

Only 4% of respondents to the Garda Síochána Public Attitudes Survey “strongly agreed” that the Garda was supplying a world-class police service. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

One in four victims of crime did not report the offence to gardaí and more than 40 per cent of those who did were dissatisfied with the force’s handli(...)

Assistant Garda Commissioners Michael O’Sullivan and  Annmarie McMahon   talking to the media  in Templemore Garda College. Photograph:  Brian Gavin Press 22

The establishment of a new garda task force to tackle organised crime will not impact resources available for other areas of policing, Assistant Garda(...)

 Garda Commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan. The Government has appointed four new assistant commissioners to An Garda Síochána. File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

The Government has appointed four new assistant commissioners to An Garda Síochána. The promoted officers are Chief Supt Michael O’Sullivan, of the (...)

Mr Justice Paul McDermott confirmed a finding of misconduct against Michael  O’Sullivan made by a Law Society Solicitors’ Disciplinary Tribunal  over deducting without agreement monies due to the client following settlement of a personal injuries case in February 2004.

A solicitor had “no insight” into his “unfair and unreasonable behaviour” in withholding part of a client’s €100,000 damages settlement towards legal (...)

Louise Richardson, Oxford University’s new Irish-born vice-chancellor. Lady Margaret Hall, an Oxford University college, is launching a four year pilot offering a foundation year to students from under-represented backgrounds based on Trinity College Dublin’s access programme.

An Oxford University college is piloting a scheme to recruit students from disadvantaged backgrounds based on an access programmed developed by Trini(...)

A group  takes a selfie with an iPhone in front of the Colosseum in Rome: Apple has agreed to pay €318m to settle an Italian tax claim. Photograph: Filippo Monteforte/AFP/Getty Images

An agreement by Apple to pay €318 million to settle an Italian tax claim in relation to profits declared in Ireland could have EU-wide implications, (...)

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