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Court hears 15-year-old travelled from Dublin to Tipperary for 'sophisticated' burglary
A then 15-year-old boy was arrested over a sophisticated burglary after he was followed from Dublin to Tipperary by an undercover Garda special crime task force, a court has heard.
Seanad suspended as Cork Senator Jerry Buttimer accused of making misogynistic comments
The Seanad was suspended amid chaotic scenes after a senator was accused of making misogynistic comments in the chamber.
Trial of man accused of murdering partner hears blood on clothing most likely from strike rather than CPR
A scientist has told the trial of a man accused of murdering his partner that she found blood stains on the accused’s clothing which, she concluded, was more likely due from a "strike" than from administering CPR.
Monument unveiled to 14-year-old Croke Park Bloody Sunday victim
John William Scott was killed in 1920 when British forces opened fire during a GAA match.
Separated Dad with overnight access to kids loses appeal against one bedroom housing need assessment
A separated father who has weekly overnight access to his three children has lost his legal challenge to a decision that his housing need was for a one bedroom unit.
'Put us out of our misery' - Limerick father appeals for witnesses to son’s murder 11 years ago to contact gardaí
The father of an innocent teenager, beaten to death with an axe 11 years ago, is hoping recent advances in DNA technology will help bring his son’s killer to justice.
Court hears father robbed shop to clear son's drug debt, jailed for four years
A Carlow man who held up a shop to clear his son's drug debt months has been jailed for another four years.
Boy, 13, accused of mugging woman who was left with fractured skull
A then 13-year-old boy has been accused of taking part in a vicious mugging in Dublin which left a woman with a fractured skull.
Report on clinical and technical issues with TVMIs published by Health Minister
Minister for Health Simon Harris TD has published the report from Dr Tony Holohan, Chief Medical Officer, on the clinical and technical issues associated with the use of Uro-Gynaecological Mesh.
Plans to axe flat rate expenses 'unnecessary worry to people', says Varadkar
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar appeared to criticise his own Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe in the Dail for causing “unnecessary worry to people” over plans to axe flat rate expenses.