Detective Sergeant Sean Fallon of the Garda extradition unit gave evidence of arrest charge and caution

Man in court over IRA attack in Germany in 1996

09 Oct A 46-year-old man who is wanted by German authorities in connection with a mortar attack on a British army base in Osnabruck nearly twenty years ago has appeared in court on an extradition warrant.

Thomas 'Slab' Murphy (L) has pleaded not guilty to nine offences

Thomas 'Slab' Murphy on trial for tax offences

08 Oct The trial of a prominent republican for alleged tax evasion at the Special Criminal Court in Dublin has heard that a man named Thomas Murphy, with an address in Co Louth, received over €100,000 in farming grants from the Department of Agriculture over a period of eight years.

Bernard Daly was convicted by a jury at the end of July following a 35-day trial

Former Anglo official to stay in jail until appeal

07 Oct The Court of Appeal has refused to grant bail pending his appeal, to a former Anglo Irish Bank official jailed in July for conspiring to hide accounts linked to the bank's former chairman Sean Fitzpatrick.

The court heard the girl's behaviour changed when she moved to the 'big room' in Giraffe, Stepaside

Girl, 5, awarded €17,500 in crèche settlement

07 Oct A five-year-old girl, who suffered stress and psychological abuse when she attended a crèche that featured in an RTÉ expose about the mistreatment of children, has been awarded €17,500 compensation in the Circuit Civil Court.

The case was brought over the transfer of data to the US by the Irish subsidiary of Facebook

European court online data ruling welcomed

06 Oct The Data Protection Commissioner has welcomed a ruling by the EU's highest court which found that a system enabling data transfers from the European Union to the United States by thousands of companies is invalid.

Pistorius is ten months into his five-year sentence

Pistorius must stay in prison and undergo therapy

06 Oct Paralympian star Oscar Pistorius must undergo psychotherapy, South Africa's parole review board said today after blocking his release from prison just ten months into his five-year sentence for killing his girlfriend.

Coach company pleaded guilty to five charges at Killarney District Court

Kerry coach tour company fined for breaches

06 Oct A Co Kerry coach tour company has been convicted on five charges in relation to tachograph records, allowing insufficient rest period for a driver and causing or authorising a driver to use another driver's card.