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Sinn Féin TD Maurice Quinlivan, above, told Fine Gael Minister of State Patrick O’Donovan to “cop yourself on” in relation to comparisons with Germany in the 1930s. Photograph: Alan Betson

Sinn Féin TD Maurice Quinlivan has said that “in hindsight” members of his party should have recorded their abstention in a Dáil vote on extending th(...)

Fine Gael  challenged Sinn Féin’s  Senator Lynn Boylan to commit to voting for the Special Criminal Court’s renewal. Photograph: Leah Farrell/

A fresh political row has broken out over the Special Criminal Court as Government TDs accused Sinn Féin of staging a “walk out” ahead of the Dáil vot(...)

  was approached by a gang in France and asked to bring the drugs to Ireland, the court heard. File photograph: Daragh Mc Sweeney/Cork Courts Ltd

A 22-year-old courier who was approached by a gang in France to bring over €600,000 worth of drugs to Ireland has been jailed for five years after he (...)

 Judge at Court of Appeal said there was no extensive mitigation. File photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

The Court of Appeal will re-sentence a convicted fraudster after hearing that a judge gave her a suspended sentence because he was unhappy with the “c(...)

The woman settled her case. File photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

A woman who sued after a lift in a hotel plummeted three floors to the ground has settled her High Court action. Jennie Wong was with her husband and(...)

The judge said none of the grounds caused doubt in the fairness of the trial. File photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

A gunman who was dressed in women’s clothes when he fired 18 bullets from a sub-machine gun into his innocent victim at a Dublin pigeon club has lost (...)

Former scout leader David Barry who has been jailed for five years after having pleaded guilty at Cork Circuit Criminal Court to a total of 29 separate indecent or sexual assault charges on the boys between 1986 and 2008.

A 72-year-old former scout commissioner, who plied 10 teenage scouts with drink from a private bar at his home and showed them pornography before sexu(...)

The DPP says it has a duty to persons depicted in images deemed to be child pornography to ensure that there is no further circulation of these images beyond what is strictly necessary

The Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) has brought a High Court challenge against a judge’s direction that a copy of a hard drive allegedly contain(...)

A still from the BBC Spotlight interview with Quinn Industrial Holdings director Kevin Lunney, who was abducted from outside his Co Fermanagh home last month and tortured before being dumped on a road in Co Cavan. Photograph: BBC Spotlight

Lawyers defending four men accused of abducting and assaulting Quinn Industrial Holdings director Kevin Lunney are challenging CCTV evidence gathered (...)

John Corr of Vergemount Hall, Clonskeagh, pleaded guilty to seven counts of dishonestly inducing the HSE scheme to make a reimbursement at locations in Co Dublin and Co Louth. Photograph:  Collins Courts

The owner of a chain of pharmacies who fraudulently obtained payments from the HSE’s Primary Care Reimbursement Service has been ordered to complete (...)

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