The former gardaí have also written to the Garda Commissioner

Witnesses' homes 'bugged' without authorisation

20.23 Two former gardaí have told the Fennelly Commission they witnessed the unauthorised bugging of witnesses' homes and at other sites as far back as 1992, RTÉ's This Week has learned.

The murder of Boris Nemtsov has caused mass protest in central Moscow

Thousands march to honour murdered politician

22.54 Tens of thousands of Russians marched through central Moscow today, carrying banners declaring "I am not afraid" and chanting "Russia without Putin" in memory of murdered Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov.

A group of European ambassadors and officials visit the site of the killing of Boris Nemtsov in Moscow

Putin promises action after politician murdered

28 Feb Russian President Vladimir Putin has vowed to do everything possible to bring to justice those responsible for the "vile" murder of opposition politician Boris Nemtsov in a drive-by shooting near the Kremlin.

Sergeant Jeff Kinder said a total of nine people were found dead after the shootings

Nine dead after Missouri mass murder

27 Feb Nine people are dead following a mass murder in rural Missouri in which the suspected gunman took his own life, police in the Midwestern state said today.

The trial is expected to take another three weeks

Paint on spade did not match paint at Dwyer home

26 Feb Specks of paint on a spade found near the scene where Elaine O'Hara's remains were discovered, did not match samples of paint taken from Graham Dwyer's home in Foxrock, a court has heard.

The trial is taking place at the Central Criminal Court

Nash trial hears double murder charge withdrawn

26 Feb A former assistant garda commissioner has told a jury how a man who was first charged with the 1997 murder of one woman, but later had the charge withdrawn, could not have "more accurately described" the carving knife blades found at the scene.

Settlement was made without admission of liability

€2.6m settlement in birth injury case

26 Feb An eight-year-old girl who has cerebral palsy and is severely brain damaged has settled her High Court action against the Rotunda Hospital for €2.6million.

Detective Garda Catherine McGowan is based at Bray Garda Station

No evidence garda computers used to forge letter

26 Feb The trial of a detective accused of forging a letter from the Director of Public Prosecutions has heard that examination of garda computers at the accused's station showed no evidence of them being used to create the letter.

Ian Bailey is taking a case against An Garda Síochána and the State for wrongful arrest

Ex-garda denies he was prejudiced against Bailey

25 Feb A retired detective has denied he and other gardaí were convinced of Ian Bailey's guilt during the early stages of the investigation into the murder of Sophie Toscan Du Plantier in 1996.

Shane Fitzgerald pleaded not guilty when he was arraigned this morning

Man denies dangerous driving causing death

25 Feb A 23-year-old man has gone on trial at the Circuit Criminal Court in Tralee, charged with dangerous driving causing the death of a 44-year-old father of four in July 2012.

Gemma Dwyer said she first met her husband in the mid 1990s

Graham Dwyer told wife not to believe gardaí

25 Feb Graham Dwyer's wife has said she recognised a spade, found near the location where Elaine O'Hara's remains were found in September 2013, as being the spade from the garden of their family home in Foxrock.