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Darren Kelly (36), of Ardnacassa Avenue, Longford and his eighteen-year-old daughter Demi Kelly, Canal Green, Prospect Woods, Longford, were both served with books of evidence at a sitting of Longford District Court.

A father and daughter are to stand trial in connection to a violent row in Longford during which the lives of four gardaí were allegedly threatened. (...)

Olivia Redmond O’Callaghan was only 28 years of age when she was left with brain damage following an accident on the old Cork to Glanmire Road in 2011.

A young mother who was catastrophically injured when the car driven by her husband collided with a tractor on a Cork road has launched a High Court ac(...)

DSPCA vet Eadaoin Murphy told the court the stench of urine and faeces from the dog “would sting your eyes”.

A dog owner has been spared jail after her Shih Tzu was left barely able to see, move or breathe when its filthy coat grew into a “big ball of wool”. (...)

An Bord Pleanála has conceded that its decision rejecting Dublin City Council’s proposals concerning height increases for some tower blocks in Dublin’(...)

Oluwagbewikeke Lewis, one of  two men facing fraud charges in relation to the Pandemic Unemployment Payment, pictured at an earlier hearing at Midleton Court, Co Cork. Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision

Two men have been remanded in custody after they pleaded guilty to conspiring with others to defraud the state of over €180,000 by improperly obtainin(...)

The board of a Dublin primary school has been granted permission for its challenge aimed at overturning approval for a €50 million build-to-rent apartment complex in Sandymount, Co Dublin. Photograph: iStock

The board of a Dublin primary school has been granted permission for its challenge aimed at overturning approval for a €50 million build-to-rent apart(...)

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A property company claims a developer is in breach of an agreement to sell a site with planning permission for 366 houses in Co Kildare, the Commercia(...)

The charity was rocked by controversy after allegations of sexual assault were made against its chief executive and founder Anthony Flynn, above, who was suspended by the company and died by suicide in August. Photograph: Alan Betson

A High Court judge has granted a petition from the Charities Regulator for the winding up of the operating company of Dublin charity Inner City Helpin(...)

The court also heard how Cahill, of Ranelagh, Dublin, a former chair of the Irish Freedom Party, had previously been handed a £10,000 fixed penalty notice but “did not answer it”. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times Dolores Cahill has been fined £2,500 for holding an anti-lockdown protest in ‘flagrant breach’  of Covid restrictions, a court heard. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Irish academic Dolores Cahill has been fined £2,500 for holding an anti-lockdown protest in “flagrant breach” of Covid restrictions, a court heard. D(...)

The trial has heard that Philip Finnegan had gone missing before his decapitated body was found buried in a shallow grave in a wood in Kildare

Murder accused Stephen Penrose told gardaí that he heard his missing friend, whose body was later found in a shallow grave, was “sitting in Jamaica e(...)

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