Gardaí are investigating after an incident in which a man was injured by a bus in Dublin City Centre

Man injured in Dublin bus incident

20.53 Gardaí are investigating an incident in which a man was seriously injured after he was allegedly pushed in front of a bus at Aston Quay in Dublin City Centre.

Patrick Whelan and William McAteer were convicted of giving loans to the 'Maple Ten'

Former Anglo directors get community service

22.01 Former director of Anglo Irish Bank Willie McAteer and Patrick Whelan have been sentenced to 240 hours of community service for giving illegal loans to ten people to buy shares in the bank.

Alexander Litvinenko from his deathbed accused President Vladimir Putin of ordering his killing

Litvinenko poisoning inquiry to open in UK

16.59 The widow of poisoned Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko has said the "whole world" will know the truth about what happened to her husband as a public inquiry into his death begins today.

Mahmoud Bazzi will continue to be held in detention in Michigan and will appear before the courts again on 11 August

US court adjourns Bazzi immigration hearing

19.17 The man suspected of murdering two Irish peacekeepers in the Lebanon more than 30 years ago has told a US immigration judge to send him back to the Lebanon if he cannot stay in the US.

The man's body was found in a field near the Louth-Meath border

Man's body found in Co Meath

30 Jul The body of a man has been found in a field in Co Meath. It is believed he may have sustained gunshot wounds.

The PSNI has described the incident as 'totally reckless'

Shots fired at PSNI vehicle in Derry

30 Jul A PSNI Land Rover was struck on the window after coming under fire in a suspected dissident republican attack in the Bogside area of Derry city.

Breifne O'Brien pleaded guilty to 14 sample counts of deception and theft

Court told O'Brien investments like Ponzi scheme

30 Jul Businessman Breifne O'Brien used money advanced to him by friends and acquaintances for investment in property and businesses to buy properties for himself, extend his house and buy a car for his wife, the Dublin Circuit Criminal Court has been told.

The New York stockbroker said what happened was far from what he expected from his trip to Dublin

Tourist attacked in Dublin praises garda work

30 Jul A US tourist who suffered permanent facial scarring during a violent assault in Dublin two years ago has praised gardaí for their efforts in tracing his attackers but says the number of previous encounters his attackers had with the law was troubling.

The victims had only arrived in Dublin on the day of the attack

Three jailed for attack on tourists in Dublin

29 Jul Three Dublin men have been sentenced to between three and five years in prison for their part in a vicious city centre attack on two US tourists who had tried to stop a robbery.