Áras an Uachtaráin. Photograph: Frank Miller

Gardaí must explain why a woman who gained access to Áras an Uachtaráin and confronted the President was allowed to drive away without consequence, Fi(...)

Gardaí in front of a house in Dublin city centre where activists were removed by a private security firm on foot of a court order last week. Photograph: Jack Power

Comments by Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan in support of legislation against photographing and filming gardaí have been widely criticised by op(...)

Paul Williams and Shane Coleman

It’s hard to believe Paul Williams has the time to be bored, what with anchoring a news show and engaging in verbal skirmishes with his on-air colleag(...)

Another issue of great concern to Donnchadh Ó Laoghaire was training and how half of front line gardaí were not trained to drive squad cars in pursuit.

Sinn Féin’s spokesperson on Justice has expressed concern about the “fundamental flaws” in An Garda Siochána’s reform process identified by the Polici(...)

Facebook head of public policy Niamh Sweeney and Siobhán Cummiskey, head of content policy for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, arrive at the Dáil on Wednesday. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The era of self-regulation by social media platforms is over and the Republic must lead the way in deciding how they are regulated in the future, an O(...)

“Facebook walks and talks like a media company, so it should be treated like one. The cultural change would be significant – and content moderation would change as a consequence.” Photograph: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

Facebook is huge, with more than 2.2 billion monthly actively users. There are also all those users on WhatsApp and Instagram, both owned by Facebook.(...)

Investigators were satisfied there was a single discharge of a Garda weapon  on the raid on a house in Dublin, a Gsoc spokesman said. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A public-interest investigation into the accidental discharge of a Garda weapon during a raid on a private residence was “not warranted”, the Garda Sí(...)

Opposition TDs rejected a claim by Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan of a contradiction in their views on two Bills dealing with alcohol as legislation  aimed at helping craft breweries was approved in the Dáil.

Opposition TDs rejected a claim by Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan of a contradiction in their views on two Bills dealing with alcohol as legisl(...)

Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan has  said he does not envisage offering employers incentives to recruit asylum seekers. File photograph: Eric Luke

Asylum seekers must be in the country for nine months and be without a ‘first instance recommendation’ on their refugee status to be eligible to work,(...)

Drew Harris, who has 34 years’ policing experience, principally in Northern Ireland. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Sinn Féin has welcomed the appointment of Drew Harris as Garda Commissioner and pledged to hold him to account in his new role. The party has had a t(...)

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