Laquan McDonald was shot 16 times

Chicago police officer charged with teen's murder

16.26 A white Chicago policeman has been charged with murdering a black teenager, and authorities have released a graphic video showing the youth walking away from officers as he is shot 16 times.

The AGSI is 'disappointed' at the prospect of an incremental pay freeze

Gardaí will not work free Haddington hours - AGSI

24 Nov The AGSI has expressed deep disappointment at the Government's proposal to an incremental pay freeze and it has said gardaí will not work the 30 free hours as laid out in the Haddington Road Agreement.

The former pupils, now in their 40's,  said they were repeatedly touched by the teacher

Teacher accused of assaulting 13 primary students

24 Nov A jury has resumed its deliberation in the trial of a 73-year-old retired primary school teacher, who is accused of indecently assaulting 13 boys at a school in the Limerick area over 35 years ago.

Judge Sean Ó Donnabháin described Mark Cronin's behaviour as outrageous

Ex-solicitor jailed over theft, fraud and forgery

23 Nov A 40-year-old former solicitor has been sentenced to four years in prison with two suspended, after he admitted theft, fraud and forgery offences involving more than a quarter of a million euro.

Shirley Ann Plunkett died at Tallaght Hospital in 2011

Settlement after 'flesh-eating bacteria' death

23 Nov The family of a woman who died at Tallaght Hospital in Dublin after being diagnosed with a flesh-eating bacterial infection following a bowel procedure has settled an action against the hospital and the Health Service Executive for around €400,000.

Two men appeared before a special sitting of Dundalk District Court this morning

Four men arrested over burglary offences

22 Nov Two men have appeared before a special sitting of Dundalk District Court this morning in connection with burglary related offences, while two other men have been arrested in Dublin over similar offences.

The Anti-Austerity Alliance says it will seek a judicial review of today's ruling in the High Court

Court upholds decision to refuse AAA permit

20 Nov A District Court judge has upheld the decision of a Garda Chief Superintendent to refuse an Anti-Austerity Alliance councillor a permit for door-to-door and street collection.