Place: Dublin 11
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A murder accused is alleged to have fatally stabbed a Dublin man with a garden shears outside his mobile home at a Finglas halting site, prosecutors have told a trial jury.
Mon, 05 Mar, 2018
Kayleigh Dunne has been located safe and well, gardaí have confirmed.
Mon, 20 Nov, 2017
The family of a woman who went into cardiac arrest while waiting for an ambulance say they will explore legal options following the conclusion of her inquest.
Tue, 13 Dec, 2016
A man who fell out of a first-floor window was found dead on his doorstep the next morning.
Mon, 10 Oct, 2016
House prices are surging at double-digit rates in cities outside Dublin, while the capital’s housing market has stabilised, new figures show.
Mon, 04 Jul, 2016
Fri, 09 Oct, 2015
Belfast man Kevin Hannaway, one of a group known as the ‘Hooded Men’ who are seeking revision of a judgment on their detention during the Troubles, has been granted bail by the Special Criminal Court pending his trial for allegedly assisting the IRA.
Tue, 18 Aug, 2015
A 73-year-old Dutch man, who was one of three men found with almost €5m worth of cannabis herb and resin, has today been jailed for seven years.
Tue, 24 Mar, 2015
Businessman James Mansfield Jr has lost his appeal against summary judgment orders for €6.32m against him and others over unpaid loans to buy and develop lands in Co Meath.
Sat, 21 Feb, 2015
Coroner to write to council over window safety in high-rise units
Tue, 25 Nov, 2014
A total of 15 eateries — including four restaurants on the same Dublin street —were forced to close last month for breaching food safety regulations.
Tue, 11 Nov, 2014
Two gunmen marched into a Cabra pub and fired eight bullets into Dublin crime boss Eamon ‘The Don’ Dunne, an inquest heard.
Thu, 16 Oct, 2014
The present debate on Ireland’s Corporation Tax rate is political grandstanding on the part of our European colleagues, the European Court of Justice in the leading case in the area is very clear.
Wed, 12 Mar, 2014
Not wanting to play down the problem, but flooding in Cork is now a perennial issue.
Fri, 10 Jan, 2014
One of the highest number of enforcement orders in 10 years was dished out to cafés and restaurants last month, figures show.
Wed, 08 Aug, 2012
Gardaí in Dublin yesterday seized heroin with a street value of €1.1m and arrested two men.
Fri, 06 Apr, 2012
Gardaí investigating the murder of Malawian student and former Sunday School teacher Rudo Mawere are exploring whether she knew her killer and if she died close to where her body was found.
Tue, 31 Jan, 2012
NAMA has issued a list of more than 300 properties to Dublin City Council which could be used to accommodate Priory Hall residents.
Thu, 20 Oct, 2011
NAMA has drawn up a list of 332 apartments which could be used to house Priory Hall residents in Dublin.
Wed, 19 Oct, 2011
GAY Byrne seems acceptable to some people as President, on the basis that he is not a politician and thus is deemed not to be part of the old Ireland that failed.
Sat, 13 Aug, 2011
AS our ministers and TD’s head off to enjoy their fully-paid, over-extended summer holidays, spare a thought for the thousands of dogs and puppies who will spend another summer incarcerated in hell holes of unregulated puppy farms throughout our “emerald isle”.
Sat, 23 Jul, 2011
THE €30m being put into “shovel ready” school projects is a derisory attempt at job creation.
Mon, 16 May, 2011
ONE job creation initiative which should be looked at is bringing back bus conductors, particularly in Dublin and Cork.
Thu, 12 May, 2011
I WOULD like to commend John Daly for his letter (April 15) regarding the IGB’s plan to send Irish greyhounds to China.
Tue, 19 Apr, 2011
HOW very disappointing that our new Health Minister James Reilly declined either to turn up on Primetime or contribute to Orla Tinsley’s special report on cystic fibrosis.
Fri, 15 Apr, 2011
HAVE we not had enough shame with the world laughing at us for fleecing hard working people to pay the private debts of greedy bankers?
Fri, 25 Feb, 2011
GIVEN the present cost over-runs in the health service, paying unqualified people 80% of a full wage where everything they do has to be overseen by a qualified person anyway is a massive cost duplication.
Wed, 23 Feb, 2011
SOMEONE should tell Bertie Ahern that Qatar has vast oil reserves which makes a big difference in financing public stadiums.
Thu, 03 Feb, 2011
Fri, 17 Dec, 2010
The Commercial Court will rule later tomorrow if Allied Irish Bank is entitled to summary judgment orders for some €6.28m against four businessmen, including a son of well-known hotelier Jim Mansfield, over their alleged failure to repay loans advanced to develop lands in Co Meath.
Thu, 29 Apr, 2010
AIB and Bank of Ireland shares jump after NAMA is introduced. Surprise, surprise. Further evidence that NAMA is a crude bail out of greedy, reckless bankers.
Sat, 19 Sep, 2009
BRIAN LENIHAN says that undeserved increases in taxes on low-paid workers are needed to tackle the national debt, then went on to announce a bank bail-out, which he admitted will result in a “very significant increase in gross national debt”, many times what all the draconian levies and cuts will achieve.
Mon, 13 Apr, 2009
NOW that the global economy is in freefall it seems reasonable to many that saving the planet should take second place on our Government’s list of priorities.
Sat, 21 Feb, 2009
A 41-year-old man is due before Dublin District Court this morning in connection with a firearms seizure in Ballymun yesterday.
Thu, 11 Sep, 2008
HAVING been reduced to tears by the Taoiseach’s famous interview with Brian Dobson on RTÉ news last year, I pity Bertie Ahern having to exist on a mere €310,000 annual salary (plus expenses, driver, jet, make-up, etc) which he has been forced to accept.
Wed, 21 Nov, 2007
PROFESSOR RAY KINSELLA hits the bulls eye in his brilliant explanation of the overarching currents undermining and destroying the provision of medical services in Ireland (November 7).
Fri, 16 Nov, 2007
IT is the height of hypocrisy for Fine Gael, the employers’ group IBEC, the Small Firms’ Association and other conservative elements to bemoan the decision of Aer Lingus to end its Shannon-Heathrow connection.
Tue, 14 Aug, 2007
IN her exuberant dash to condemn the “incompetent response” of the British authorities to the terrorist attack on Glasgow airport, Terry Prone (July 2) wonders why Scotland Yard did not play its part in dealing with the plight of on-board passenger stranded on the apron.
Thu, 05 Jul, 2007
THE makers of Lynx deodorant were yesterday rapped for an advertisement featuring a woman wearing nothing but a jacket and lingerie next to the word “Clicktease”.
Fri, 09 Jun, 2006
ROBERT WELLER’S article on Hunter S Thompson (Irish Examiner, February 22) states that Richard Nixon once said the writer represented “that dark, venal and incurably violent side of the American character.”
Fri, 04 Mar, 2005
The survey has found that the average price of a litre of petrol at 98.8c had fallen by over one cent, when compared with the ODCA survey of 9 to12 August where the average price was 99.9c.
Thu, 23 Sep, 2004
OUR Oireachtas representatives will soon be starting their summer holidays.
Wed, 14 Jul, 2004