Bernard Daly, Tiarnan O'Mahoney and Aoife Maguire were found guilty on all counts

Former Anglo officials found guilty on all counts

21.26 Three former Anglo officials charged with trying to hide accounts connected to the bank's former chairman Sean FitzPatrick from the Revenue Commissioners have been found guilty of all charges.

Alan Dukes said the Department of Finance wasted time and created controversy by not trusting IBRC

Government did not trust IBRC - Alan Dukes

20.53 Alan Dukes has strongly criticised the Department of Finance, telling the banking inquiry the Department had wasted a great deal of time and created an unnecessary political controversy by not trusting IBRC.

Bernard Daly, Tiarnan O'Mahoney and Aoife Maguire were found guilty on all counts today

The case against the convicted Anglo officials

18.27 The case against three former Anglo officials convicted today of trying to hide bank accounts arose from an audit begun by the Revenue Commissioners in October 2003, of Anglo Irish Bank's non-resident accounts.

Bernard Daly, Tiarnan O'Mahoney and Aoife Maguire were found guilty on all counts

Anonymous phone call delays Anglo trial verdict

21.21 The jury in the trial of three former Anglo officials reached its verdict just after 12.30pm, but the delivery of the verdict was delayed after prosecution senior counsel Dominic McGinn told the court the DPP's office had received a phone call suggesting the jury was not wholly independent.

It is believed the Afghan man was beaten during a disturbance and suffered a broken arm and other injuries

Group says prison attack victim an asylum seeker

16.25 The Anti Racism Network has said that the man injured in yesterday's disturbances at Cloverhill Prison was a 21-year-old Afghan man who was found on the side of the road near Naas two weeks ago.

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