Thursday April 23, 2015
A teenager who pleaded guilty to dangerous driving causing the death of an eight-year-old girl was given a suspended sentence at Cork Circuit Criminal Court today.
Tuesday March 10, 2015
The trial of Graham Dwyer for the murder of Elaine O'Hara has heard further details of messages exchanged between a mobile phone the prosecution says was used by Mr Dwyer and Ms O'Hara's phone.
Monday January 26, 2015
Independent TD Michael Lowry has said that he wrote a note to the Taoiseach, published in yesterday's Sunday Independent, asking him to re-appoint Valerie O'Reilly to the board of the National Transport Authority.
Wednesday January 21, 2015
It is an unlikely friendship that ties the fates of war correspondent Kenji Goto and troubled loner Haruna Yukawa, the two Japanese hostages for which Islamic State militants demanded a $200 million ransom this week.
Thursday January 08, 2015
A memorial service for four young women killed in a car crash on Tuesday night has heard that "a cloud hangs over Carlow this week; heavy and grey, and heartbreaking".
Saturday December 27, 2014
Tens of thousands of police officers and other mourners filled a New York City church and nearby streets today for the funeral of one of two police officers shot dead by a man who said he was avenging the killing of unarmed black men by police.
Monday December 15, 2014
Mark Little is stepping down as chief executive of the social news agency Storyful to take on a new role at the company.
Thursday November 27, 2014
Scotland is to be granted the power to set income tax rates and determine income tax bands under a decision made in the wake of the Scottish referendum in September.
Wednesday November 12, 2014
Five of the world's biggest banks are to pay fines totalling £2 billion after regulators today lifted the lid on the latest scandal to hit the banking industry.
Friday November 07, 2014
Ian Bailey has described as "sinister" the fact that evidence rejected in Ireland was used in France to legitimise an arrest warrant.