Peter Madden says Máiría Cahill wrote to the IRA complaining it had not conducted a proper investigation into her rape allegations

Solicitor claims Cahill wrote to IRA army council

12.26 The solicitor representing four people who allegedly were involved in the IRA investigation into Máiría Cahill's rape allegation has claimed that she wrote to the IRA army council, complaining that it had not conducted a proper investigation.

Three men have pleaded not guilty to the murder of Peter Butterly

Garda witness in evidence at Meath trial

30 Oct Members of the public were permitted to re-enter the Special Criminal Court this afternoon after a surveillance garda witness was escorted from the building through the custody area.

The PSNI has charged a 57-year-old with the murder of Edward Gibson

Man charged over Gibson murder

30 Oct Detectives in Northern Ireland investigating murder of Edward Gibson in west Belfast have charged a 57-year-old man with murder.

Gardaí in Longford town are appealing for witnesses

Man critically injured in high-speed chase

30 Oct A man is in a serious condition in hospital following a high-speed garda chase after an incident in which a woman was held at knifepoint in Longford town yesterday evening.

The Police Ombudsman said the failure to disseminate information hampered the initial investigation into the Omagh bombing

Intelligence on Omagh bombing 'withheld'

30 Oct A new inquiry from Northern Ireland's Police Ombudsman has found that Special Branch officers withheld information from detectives investigating the Omagh bombing in 1998.

Aurimas Andruska is accused of killing Jolanta Lubiene and her eight-year-old daughter Enrika

Murder trial hears of bloody footprints

29 Oct The trial of a man charged with murdering a mother and her young daughter has heard details of bloodied shoes he was alleged to be wearing at the time of the murders.