Three former Anglo officials are accused of hiding accounts connected to Seán FitzPatrick

Trial hears FitzPatrick was concerned about 'mate'

16.21 Seán FitzPatrick was concerned about the name of his "mate" Denis O'Brien being included on a list of non-resident account holders in Anglo Irish Bank to be submitted to Revenue in 2003, the Dublin Circuit Criminal Court has heard.

JTI says the standardised packaging law imposes stricter rules than those necessary

Tobacco firm successful in plain packaging case

16.10 Tobacco distributor JTI Ireland has been successful in its bid to prevent a referral to the Court of Justice of the EU of issues over a new law bringing in plain packaging on its products.

Bill Cosby has said little about the allegations

Cosby obtained sedatives to have sex with women

14.14 Comedian Bill Cosby testified in 2005 that he had obtained Quaaludes with the intent of giving the sedatives to young women in order to have sex with them, according to court documents unsealed yesterday.

The judge did not admit the case to the Commercial Court, which means it will now go through the normal High Court list

Alleged fraud investigated after woman's drowning

06 Jul The Commercial Court has heard that a garda investigation is under way in relation to life insurance policies worth €2.2m taken out on a woman who died in a tragic drowning in India last year.

Lorna Carty's funeral was held at the Church of the Assumption in Robinstown in Co Meath

Funeral of third Irish victim of Tunisia attack

04 Jul Almost 2,000 people gathered at the Church of the Assumption in Robinstown in Co Meath earlier today for the funeral of Lorna Carty, who was killed in last week's terrorist attack in Tunisia.

Adedayo Adedeji, Gemma Pullen and Margaret Miller all face manslaughter charges

Trial date set in abortion death case

03 Jul The trial of three medical staff accused of the manslaughter of an Irish woman who had travelled to the UK for an abortion is expected to start next year.

Nancy O'Malley had argued the granting of a restraining order would amount to an interference in her duty to investigate

Court rejects restraining order bid over Berkeley

02 Jul A US court has rejected a bid for a restraining order against the examination of evidence relating to the Berkeley balcony collapse last month in which six students were killed and seven others were injured.