Mary Crilly

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Mary Crilly said three female students from UCC and CIT had contacted them since the start of September to say that they had been raped. File photograph: Dan Linehan/ Irish Examiner

Gardaí in Cork need more resources to investigate sexual assaults and rapes which tend to increase during the early autumn months when third-level col(...)

Attendance at the official opening of the refurbished Cork courthouse on Anglesea Street. Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision

A new €34.8 million criminal court complex in Cork will meet the city’s needs for decades to come, according to Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan.(...)

Davis College principal Stephen Gilbert said the school was treating the matter extremely seriously and had removed the list of names as soon staff learned of its existence. File photograph: Google Street View

A campaigner against sexual violence has called for greater discussion among secondary school students about rape and sexual violence after somebody i(...)

Mary Crilly: recently established Garda Protective Service Units in An Garda Síochána were working well. File photograph: Dan Linehan/ Irish Examiner

Irish society owes a debt to the young woman at the centre of the Belfast rape trial for initiating a debate about sexual violence that will have last(...)

Photograph posed by model: Getty Creative

Students made up 35 per cent of the client base of the Sexual Violence Centre Cork last year, the organisation’s annual report says. Almost three-qua(...)

Mary Crilly of Cork Sexual Violence Centre: “The victim must go through hell waiting two years for a case to be tried.” Photograph: Dan Linehan/Irish Examiner

A leading campaigner in the field of sexual violence has called for the establishment of separate courts to allow for the fast-tracking of sexual assa(...)

John Murray of Gregg Road in Cork was found guilty of five counts of sexually assaulting a girl while in her teens at four locations in the city on various dates between March 1996 and October 1998. Photograph: Daragh McSweeney/Cork Courts Limited

OLIVIA KELLEHERA former lord mayor of Cork was jailed for a year today (Mon) and placed on the Sex Offenders Register for sexually assaulting a teenag(...)

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