- Man accused of causing deaths of eight people through dangerous driving requests psychological assessment
- President Higgins meets Queen Elizabeth at Windsor Castle
- IBRC pursues businessman over guarantees on €10m loan
- Five-month sentence quashed because man should have been brought to court first
- Man apologises to wife for attempting to murder her
Man punched teen in face and stole iPod
A YOUNG man who punched a teenager in the face a number of times and stole his Apple iPod has been placed on a...
Balbriggan swimming pool takes first steps in tendering process
AFTER eight years mired...
Young mum killed in city centre accident
A WOMAN who was knocked down and killed in an...
Man threatened staff at hospice with syringe
A man is to be sentenced later for threatening staff members with a syringe at Our Lady's Hospice in Harold's Cross, Dublin.
Green's O'Brien rues 'bad day for democracy'
A GREEN Party local election candidate has described the vote of Fingal councillors on a plebiscite for a directly elected Dublin...
Powers new mayor would have 'too vague'
THE powers of a future all-Dublin Mayor would have were too vaguely outlined to support a plebiscite on the issue,...
Tributes flow for an 'outstanding' solicitor
TRIBUTES were paid at Swords District Court to State solicitor Ann Collins who is moving to the Central Criminal Court section.
Assault accused told to avoid each other
FOUR people who are alleged to have been involved in assaults involving each other had their case adjourned at Balbriggan...
Accused of damaging parking metre
A MAN charged with assault and a number of motoring offences, including dangerous driving, has been remanded on...
Coppinger argues for delay
COUNCILLORS who voted down the proposal to hold a plebiscite on the issue of a directed elected mayor for Dublin on the...