Brian Stacey, 45, of Derry Drive, Crumlin and Ronan Stephens, 41, from Captain’s Road also in Crumlin have pleaded not guilty to charges under the Maritime Safety Act and the Public Order Act.
A 20-year-old man accused of slashing a young woman’s face three times with a Stanley knife leaving her with “life-changing injuries” has been further remanded in custody.
A youth accused of murdering a Japanese man in a stabbing in Dundalk is to face a fitness-to-plead hearing to determine whether he should stand trial, a court has heard.
A veteran taxi driver has been cleared of not bringing passengers on the shortest journey from Dublin Airport to Temple Bar after demonstrating to a court that the longer route he picked was cheaper.
Irish Water has been fined €6,000 for delays in carrying out vitally needed work to improve drinking water and reduce levels of an environmental pollutant linked to cancer.
Prominent republican Dessie O’Hare, known as the Border Fox, is to stand trial in the non-jury Special Criminal Court accused of threatening a man's life and false imprisonment of three people in Dublin.
A test case has been brought to ensure pubs in Dublin will be granted late bar extensions to serve alcohol after normal closing times on Good Friday.
A youth is facing trial for an attack in Dublin where a French national was injured when a bottle was smashed over his head and he was viciously beaten after being knocked to the ground.
A teenager avoided getting detained for a car theft after his father made an impassioned plea and told a court that his own years of drug addiction were to blame for his son’s offending.
"The assault last a few seconds but impacted on me for the rest of my life to come."
A father-of-one charged over a botched raid at a pub in Dublin on New Year’s Day needed 30 stitches to his head and suffered two fractured ribs, a court has heard.
Gardaí expect to bring further charges against a 15-year-old Dublin schoolboy accused of a knife attack on a woman after allegedly meeting her through a social media website, a court has heard.
A UK lotto millionaire accused of defilement and rape of an underage Irish teenage girl has been served with a book of evidence and returned for trial to the Central Criminal Court.
A 36-year-old man is facing trial accused of sexually assaulting a woman after he allegedly put his hand under her skirt as she walked home from work in Dublin.
Prosecutors have dropped the most serious charge brought against businesswoman Deirdre Foley over redundancies at Clerys, writes Tom Tuite.
Prosecutors have dropped the most serious charge brought against businesswoman Deirdre Foley over redundancies at Clerys.
A religious sect leader, who claimed he imported a hallucinogenic drug to prepare a revered sacrament for his church’s ceremonies, has been spared a jail sentence.
Dublin District Court was told today that customers were “exasperated” and “did not know whether to laugh or cry” when they tried to get the company to resolve the problem.
The girl's father followed her to her room where he took two cans back and “kicked her in the face causing her nose and mouth to bleed”, the court heard.
A Fair City star awaiting sentence for punching and biting his former partner has paid a further €500 in compensation.
Phone company Eircom has been fined €10,500 after it admitting overcharging customers.
A champion kick-boxer was arrested by a garda detective on duty at the US embassy in Dublin seconds after he snatched a phone while cycling past his victim.
A 31-year-old man, who was charged after a pipe-bomb was found by a child under a prison officer’s car, has been sent forward for trial to the circuit court in Dublin,
A UK lotto millionaire accused of defilement of an underage Irish teenage girl was further remanded in custody today pending directions from the Directions from the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP).
A doctor charged with the murder of her three-year-old son in Dublin was unable to attend a court hearing for a second time today, Tom Tuite.
A 39-year-old woman has been sent forward for trial to the Special Criminal Court accused of the murder of Gareth Hutch who was shot dead outside his home in Dublin, writes Tom Tuite.
A doctor charged with the murder of her three-year-old son in Dublin was too sick to attend a court hearing today, reports Tom Tuite.
Former Republic of Ireland soccer star Mark Kinsella will go on trial in September accused of drink driving.
A sound engineer hacked her ex-boyfriend’s social media accounts, spread stories about their break-up on blogs and moved into his building during an alleged campaign of harassment, a court has heard.
A former Munster rugby star, who got drunk and obstructed gardaí in Dublin after running from a taxi without paying the fare, has been spared a conviction and a sentence.
A Fair City star has been remanded on continuing bail pending sentencing for attacking his former partner.
A Dublin youth drove sideways around a bend and sped over a pedestrian area before colliding head on with a patrol car during a high-speed pursuit, a court has heard.
A judge has adjourned the case of a man accused of damaging one of Dublin’s best known gay bars with homophobic graffiti pending possible further charges.
An Aer Lingus worker charged with organising people smuggling at Dublin Airport has been further remanded in custody pending the preparation of a book of evidence.
He is charged with theft of the €250 phone in Temple Bar on Feb. 26 last.
An events promoter has avoided the threat of being jailed over a €250,000 debt to comedian Mario Rosenstock after being declared bankrupt.
A 31-year-old man been remanded in custody after he was charged over a pipe-bomb which was found under a prison officer’s car in Dublin.
A father-of-two with more than 100 criminal convictions is facing sentence for repeatedly snatching phones from women while he cycled past them on Dublin streets.
A youth has pleaded not guilty to sexually assaulting a young girl after she fell asleep.
Irish Water has pleaded guilty to breaking environmental laws following the discovery of sewage pollution at treatment plants in Dublin, Limerick, Galway and Cork.
A father threatened to break his wife's teeth with knuckle-dusters when he held her at gunpoint during a siege at her south Dublin home, a court has heard.
An Aer Lingus worker charged with organising human trafficking at Dublin Airport has been remanded on bail pending directions from the DPP.
A detective inspector has told the Jobstown trial that he did not mention the teenage accused in his original statement as there were hundreds of people around.
Two sons of billionaire businessman Jim Mansfield will go on trial in November on ammunition charges.
Here’s a briefing on some of the stories and issues highlighted on irishexaminer.com today
The parents of a boy with educational difficulties have been warned by a judge that they are making things worse by keeping him out of school.
Independent TD Mick Wallace has launched a civil action against former Minister for Justice Alan Shatter for disclosing private information about him on RTE’s Prime Time.
A Dublin based Garda has been fined €3,000 for defrauding a bank out of €600 in an ATM scam.
A Dublin protester's trial for obstructing Irish Water is a test case and one of the first of its kind, a court heard.
Samoan rugby star Alesana Tuilagi has been spared a jail term and a criminal record after he pleaded guilty to a drink-fuelled attack on a man in Dublin three years ago.
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