Both the GRA and the AGSI have rejected the Lansdowne Road Agreement

GRA will not re-enter talks on Lansdowne deal

27 Jun The row between the Garda Representative Association and the Government over the Lansdowne Road Agreement has worsened after the GRA leadership decided not to re-enter talks.

Data Protection Commissioner Helen Dixon initiated the case last month

US seeks to join High Court data transfer action

27 Jun The US government has said the Data Protection Commissioner's major action querying the validity of the main channels being used for EU-US data transfers is "of the utmost importance to the United States and to the broader public".

Barry Galvin is credited with drafting the legislation which established CAB in 1996

CAB expert calls for new laws to tackle gangs

27 Jun One of the architects of the Criminal Assets Bureau has said there is no alternative to introducing legislation similar to that used against subversives during the Troubles in order to tackle gang and organised crime.

Police outside the cinema after the incident

Man who attacked German cinema had fake guns

24 Jun A masked man who was shot dead by police after barricading himself in a German multiplex cinema with dozens of people was carrying fake weapons, prosecutors said this morning.

Harry Crosbie claimed a gross injustice has been done to him

Crosbie loses appeal over €77m debt

24 Jun Businessman Harry Crosbie has lost an appeal over NAMA's efforts to recover a €77m debt under which his personal assets, including his family home, are at risk.

The case was heard in Auckland

New Zealand man jailed for spreading IS images

23 Jun A New Zealand man has been jailed for spreading images of violence by the so-called Islamic State militant group, the first person sentenced to prison for circulating and possessing objectionable material linked to extreme violence, local media reported.

Sheshi Kota withdrew €13,600 during Ulster Bank computer glitch

Ulster Bank ATM 'theft' case dismissed

23 Jun A judge has dismissed the case against a man accused of stealing money from a cash machine because he said the State had failed to prove the bank existed.

Caesar Goodson is one of six Baltimore police officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray

Police officer acquitted over Freddie Gray death

23 Jun The US police officer who drove the van in which Freddie Gray, a young African-American, was transported before he died has been acquitted of all charges including second degree murder and manslaughter.

Alan Shatter resigned as justice minister in May 2014, the day after the Guerin Report was published

Judgment reserved in Shatter's appeal on Guerin

21 Jun Judgment has been reserved in former minister for justice Alan Shatter's appeal against the High Court's refusal to quash some findings of the report published by Senior Counsel Sean Guerin in 2014.

One of those arrested is believed to be on France's national security watchlist

Three held over ties to killer of French police

21 Jun Three men with suspected links to jihadist Larossi Abballa, who killed a police officer and his partner outside Paris last week, have been arrested on suspicion of spying on other police officers.

Eric Eoin Marques is alleged to be the owner and administrator of an anonymous hosting site known as Freedom Hosting

Marques appeals against extradition order

21 Jun Lawyers for an Irishman described by the FBI as 'the largest facilitator of child porn in the world' have launched a "wide ranging" attack on the US justice system, according to lawyers for the Attorney General, in his appeal against an extradition order.