The State’s “failed” system to provide payments to victims of child sexual abuse in schools needs to be reformed “without delay” as many survivors are elderly, the State’s human rights watchdog has said.
Graham Dwyer wants the High Court to strike down provisions of the law that allowed data from mobile phones be used by prosecutors as evidence during his trial for the murder of Elaine O'Hara.
Ms Justice Una Ní Raifeartaigh ruled Oberstown was entitled to separate the four into locked rooms for periods of up to three weeks and that separation was not unconstitutional.
The decision by the all-party Oireachtas committee examining Ireland’s abortion law to recommend the repeal of the Eighth Amendment to the Constitution in its present form has prompted many people to write to The Irish Examiner on the subject.
Jeremy Corbyn has kept the door open for long-term UK membership of the EU single market after Brexit.
Jeremy Corbyn vowed to lead Britain out of the EU as he insisted Labour is "ready any time" for another general election.
A severely visually impaired man has claimed his right to vote in secret has been breached by the State’s alleged failure to provide an appropriate mechanism allowing him do so.
A fresh bugging probe has opened after the Taoiseach yesterday revealed phone calls between 84 prisoners and their solicitors were “inadvertently recorded”.
There is no clear reason why asylum seekers are having to wait up to 11 years in the State’s initial refugee reception system, according to an immigration expert.
Protesters for and against abortion were staging separate rallies in Dublin today as each side stepped up their campaigning.
Communications Minister Pat Rabbitte has said he finds it hard “to get worked up” about the publication of the semi-nude photographs of Kate Middleton.
An Irishwoman is going to the European Court of Human Rights over a refusal by the Irish courts to award her a lump sum payment for accommodation because her child was born outside marriage.
The European Court of Human Rights has ordered Russia to pay more than a million euro to dozens of plaintiffs over the country’s bungled efforts to end a Moscow theatre siege in 2002.
Twelve women travel to Britain every day for an abortion, latest figures revealed today.
AN UNIDENTIFIED man and woman failed to secure anonymity for the purpose of pursuing a High Court application to stop their names being published on a list of tax defaulters.
Europe’s leading human rights watchdog said today it soon hopes to be able to monitor satellite footage of suspect sites in Romania and Poland as part of its investigation into alleged secret CIA prisons and flights in Europe.
THE Government is denying people who are detained against their will in mental institutions their rights, according to the State’s official human rights watchdog.
THE draft EU constitution would subordinate the Irish constitution and the Irish state to an EU superstate in the making. It ignores God and the family and will take away most of the national independence and democracy that we have left.
Slobodan Milosevic is appearing before war crimes judges, a month before he goes on trial for alleged atrocities in Kosovo.
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