Thursday June 25, 2015
The jury in the trial of a childminder accused of causing serious harm to a ten-month-old baby has been discharged after failing to reach a verdict.
Wednesday June 24, 2015
The Nevin Economic Research Institute, which is supported by trade unions, has said that there is no scope for reducing taxes in October's budget.
Tuesday June 23, 2015
A 35-year-old garda has been fined €2,000 for defrauding a bank out of €450 in an ATM scam.
Monday June 22, 2015
The owners of PlayBlue adult store have announced they have decided not to proceed with opening an outlet in Drumcondra in Dublin following protests from local residents today.
Wednesday June 17, 2015
A childminder who is on trial accused of causing serious harm to a 10-month-old baby told gardaí she had never harmed the baby and had cared for her like one of her own.
Tuesday June 16, 2015
An Taisce has been given permission by the High Court to bring a legal challenge to the issuing of export licences for ten paintings which are part of the collection of Sir Alfred Beit.
Wednesday June 10, 2015
A round-up of national and international news stories
Wednesday June 03, 2015
The Teachers' Union of Ireland is to recommend rejection of the Lansdowne Road Agreement on public sector pay restoration when it ballots its members on the deal in the autumn.
Tuesday May 12, 2015
The Department of Justice has appealed to students and teachers working in the international English language education sector to come to them if they believe any college is engaging in bad practices or is in financial difficulties.
Sunday April 12, 2015
Father Alphonsus Cullinan is being ordained as Bishop of Waterford and Lismore this afternoon.