Gardaí in Tallaght were dealing with reports of false imprisonment

GSOC investigates Tallaght incident

10.24 The Garda Síochána Ombudsman Commission is investigating an incident following reports of the alleged false imprisonment of a woman in Dublin.

The trial is taking place at the Central Criminal Court

Knives found at Grangegorman scene, trial told

26 Jan Retired State Pathologist John Harbison reported that serious injuries to two women found dead in sheltered accommodation 18 years ago were "outside" his experience in 26 years, a jury has heard.

Facebook has refuted the allegations and claim the suit is inadmissible

Facebook case to reach court in April

26 Jan An Austrian privacy group coordinating an attempted class action suit against Facebook says the case will reach court for the first time in April.

The garda audit of the penalty points system began in September last year

Penalty point claims needed further investigation

23 Jan The garda penalty points report has found that one in three of all cases arising from the Garda Whistleblower Sergeant Maurice McCabe's allegations of abuse of the system required further investigation.

The group were staying at a caravan park outside Perth (Pic: 7News)

24 Irish held over roofing scam in Australia

23 Jan A group of Irish men, women and children, are to be deported from Western Australia after being held in connection with allegedly running a roof-fixing scam targeting the elderly.

Mark Nash has pleaded not guilty to the murders of Sylvia Shields and Mary Callanan

DNA breakthrough in 1997 murder case

22 Jan The trial has opened of a 42-year-old man charged with the murders 17 years ago of two women who lived in sheltered accommodation in Dublin.