The intensity of Galway’s performance in Croke Park on Sunday was evident throughout their one-point victory over Tipperary.
A man who strangled his young wife to death and then fled to Spain has agreed to return her jewellery to her family, it emerged today.
THE woman who had an intense internet relationship with Colin Whelan has revealed the killer claimed he was single and that his fiancée had died in a car crash.
ON the day Colin Whelan publicly pledged his undying love for his wife Mary, he was plotting how to get away with murder and a half million insurance windfall.
Colin Whelan thought he could evade capture and prison - but he was wrong, write John Breslin and Siobhan Gaffney.
A computer analyst who used the internet to discover ways to strangle his wife was today sentenced to life imprisonment for her murder.
A grieving mother said today she would not bear a grudge against the man who killed her daughter and then fled to Spain to escape.
An Irish computer analyst who fled to Spain in the wake of his wife’s death today pleaded guilty to her murder.
A man who was extradited from Spain to face a charge of murdering his wife will go on trial in April at the Central Criminal Court in Dublin.
A close relative of a murder suspect who jumped bail and absconded to Spain has been ordered to pay €1,000 for breach of bail by a judge at the Central Criminal court today.
A man who was extradited from Spain last week to face a charge of murdering his wife will go on trial in November at Central Criminal Court in Dublin.
A man who was extradited back from Spain to face a murder charge was today remanded in custody to appear before the Central Criminal Court next week.
The heartbroken mother of murder victim Mary Whelan spoke tonight of her yearning for an end to the marathon ordeal which has left the family shattered.
A man who faked his own death and fled to Majorca after the death of his wife faces being extradited back to Ireland.
SIX months after the wedding photo, left, was taken, Mary Whelan was strangled to death in the family home, and her husband Colin was the prime suspect.
A man who disappeared from Co Dublin while awaiting trial for the murder of his wife has been discovered on the Spanish holiday island of Majorca.
A 29-year-old Dublin man who was charged with the murder of his wife earlier today has been granted bail at the High Court.
A 29-year-old Balbriggan man has been remanded in custody until next Thursday in connection with the death of his wife on March 1st last.
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