Nancy O'Malley launched a criminal investigation last week

DA due in court over balcony examination process

09.48 The DA investigating the Berkeley balcony collapse and Segue Construction will return to court today following the failure to agree on how to preserve and examine the balcony and other evidence.

Six people died and seven were injured when the balcony collapsed two weeks ago

Berkeley apartment was in 'good' condition

01 Jul The Berkeley apartment unit where six people died when its balcony collapsed two weeks ago, showed it was in "good" condition when an inspection was carried out in September of last year.

Bernard Daly, Tiernan O'Mahoney and Aoife Maguire deny all the charges against them

Court told of changes to Anglo bank accounts

30 Jun The trial of three former officials of Anglo Irish Bank, who are accused of hiding accounts connected to the bank's former chairman, has heard that changes were made to some account details on the bank's core system after the accounts had been closed.

The debts covered are above €500 and less than €4,000 in value

Debt to be recovered from earnings or welfare

30 Jun Creditors will be allowed to apply to the district court for debts to be recovered by either attachment of earnings or deductions from social welfare payments under the terms of a Bill published by the Government.

The CSO has said its findings are broadly in line with those of the Garda Inspectorate report

18% of crimes not recorded on PULSE - CSO

30 Jun A review carried out by the Central Statistics Office into the quality of garda crime data has found about 18% of crimes reported to gardaí in 2011 do not appear to be recorded on the PULSE computer system.

Alan Black survived the Kingsmill attack in 1976 despite being hit 18 times

Kingsmill survivor in court action threat

30 Jun The sole survivor of a sectarian massacre of 10 protestant workmen has threatened legal action over the failure to appoint a new coroner to hear a fresh inquest into the murders.

Saif Rezgui opened fire on the beach of Hotel Imperial Marhaba before making his way to the pool and hotel

Suspects arrested over Tunisia beach attack

29 Jun The Tunisian Interior Minister has said authorities have arrested a group of suspects associated with the man who killed 39 people in the coastal town of Sousse on Friday.

The US Supreme Court's ruling was a five-four decision

US Supreme Court backs execution drug

29 Jun The US Supreme Court has ruled that a drug used by Oklahoma as part of its lethal injection procedure does not violate the US Constitution's ban on cruel and unusual punishment.