A councillor accused of blacking out Queen Victoria-related street names in Cork has applied to have his case heard in Irish - this application will be heard at the High Court in Dublin next month.
Fri, 12 Apr, 2019
The District Court judge dealing with the case against a councillor accused of blacking out street names in Cork called after Queen Victoria told him to go to the High Court if he wanted to raise the issue of having a judge fluent in Irish for the case.
Tue, 19 Dec, 2017
The councillor accused of blacking out street names in Cork called after Britain’s Queen Victoria had his evidence translated from Irish in Cork District Court yesterday, but he said the Irish-language issue in the proceedings should be referred to the High Court, writes
Tue, 05 Dec, 2017
Former priest and serial child abuser Tony Walsh has failed in appeals against separate sentences of 16 years and 15 months imposed on him for what the Court of Criminal Appeal has described as the “depraved” rape and sexual abuse of young boys in the 1970s and 1980s.
Wed, 30 Jul, 2014
COMING, as it does, just weeks after former priest and voracious paedophile and serial liar Tony Walsh was sentenced to 123 years in jail for the most appalling abuses, and as the publication of the report into how claims of child sexual abuse were dealt with in the Diocese of Cloyne is anticipated, the Pope’s Christmas message seems limp, wrong-headed and uninspiring.
Tue, 21 Dec, 2010
Sat, 18 Dec, 2010
DESCRIBED by Dublin’s leading cleric as a “horrendous narrative” the Murphy report is, to date, the most detailed examination of the crimes against children perpetrated by some Catholic priests, and their cover-up, in any part of the country.
Sat, 18 Dec, 2010