The trial heard that three men were all teenagers when they drove the then 18-year-old woman to Dollymount Strand were they are alleged to have raped her. They denied rape.
Kilkenny full-back Huw Lawlor wants to see his side get their NHL campaign off to a winning start against Dublin this weekend.
The mother of a Kilkenny girl who died at a concert in Dublin is preparing for a fourth Christmas without her beloved daughter.
Fianna Fáil's Malcolm Byrne has said there is no place for racism in politics after being elected in the Wexford by-election.
Latest 7.20pm: Verona Murphy has been eliminated from the Wexford By-election.
Mick Wallace was known as a straight talker in the Dáil and it will be a straight shootout between Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael to replace him.
A woman has told a jury of the moment she faced a gunman in her garden, who fired two shots as she fled her home.
A 69-year-old man sent to prison last year for abusing two generations of his family is not too old to serve a 20-year sentence, according to lawyers for the Director of Public Prosecutions.
And then there were two — but how many of the Kilkenny and Tipperary teams are in the driving seat for All-Stars? John Fogarty makes his shouts
A man jailed for raping his wife, after she asked a judge not to send him to jail, must wait to hear whether his sentence will be increased on foot of an appeal by prosecutors.
John Fogarty Tipperary boss Liam Sheedy has drafted in Barry Heffernan and Michael Breen to give his team a more physical edge in tomorrow’s All-Ireland semi-final against Wexford.
An opportunistic criminal who robbed a cash box containing €25,000 while carrying a nail clippers has been given a three-year sentence.
Wexford have taken the physical battle for possession to a level beyond even Kilkenny’s great four-in-a-row All-Ireland winners, believes former Cats captain Brian Hogan.
Wexford overcame local rivals Kilkenny to claim the Leinster Minor Hurling Championship, with James Sheil’s side full value for their four-point win.
A 67-year-old woman who died of a methadone overdose had expressed a wish to stop taking the drug, an inquest heard.
Tom Elmes saw Robbie Keane sprinting across the pitch towards him, iPad in hand, and his first instinct was fear. “I thought something was wrong,” he recalls with a laugh.
Two goals in as many first-half minutes laid the platform for favourites Meath to cruise past Carlow in Portlaoise and through to the Leinster SFC quarter-finals.
The assistant garda commissioner has pleaded with youths not to get involved in the drugs trade at any level. We must provide initiatives to help, writes Cormac O’Keeffe.
The High Court has ordered people trespassing on a former car showroom building opposite the Met Office in Glasnevin, Dublin, to leave.
People in positions of power need to go out to communities battling drugs, crime and neglect and put resources into them and give people living there “a chance”, a conference on young people and gangs has heard.
A Dublin man has received 240 hours community service in lieu of three years in jail for a one-punch assault which left an acquaintance with a fractured skull and reduced hearing.
Goalkeeper Aoife Hyland was in outstanding form as Scoil Chríost Rí claimed their first ever Lidl All-Ireland PPS Senior A title with victory over Loreto Clonmel at John Locke Park in Callan.
A man on trial at the Special Criminal Court gave no reply when asked by gardaí to account for the presence of 150kg of explosives in a car in which he was a front seat passenger, the court has heard.
Leaving Cert students could be assessed over two years instead of facing one set of exams at the end of sixth year.
Two Dublin men were stopped by gardaí in a car which was found to contain 150kg of explosives, the Special Criminal Court has heard.
Members of the US political dynasty the Kennedys are to visit Ireland to open an exhibition about the late Dot Tubridy, who was a family friend.
Personal injury payouts could be capped under proposed new legislation which, it is hoped, will help reduce the cost of cover for businesses, motorists and farmers.
A Cavan man has been convicted of a €90,000 tiger kidnapping four years ago in which a postmistress, her daughter and an Italian student were abducted from their home.
Dublin will suffer a drain of top management talent to Cork, Limerick, Galway and a host of international cities because of the high cost of living, an executive recruitment expert has claimed.
Relatives of the Stardust campaign have renewed their calls for an inquest into the fire which killed 48 people and has also never resulted in anyone being held accountable.
The independent child protection expert who helped uncover the Cloyne clerical abuse scandal should be asked to help the Oireachtas uncover the full extent of the Scouting Ireland scandal.
Politicians across the political divide have claimed there is “more than meets the eye” to the growing Scouting Ireland scandal after the head of the group refused to answer questions at a public Dáil meeting tomorrow.
A planning probe is under way following the erection of a fast-food giant’s advertising signs on a historic laneway entrance to Cork’s famous English Market.
An 18-year-old driver who fled the scene after his car hit a cyclist has been sentenced to community service in lieu of going to prison.
Talented Irish teen Hetty Lawlor has made it through to the semi-final of Sky Arts’ Portrait Artist of the Year at the tender age of 17-year-old.
Dementia is a word thrown about for everything from memory loss to being stuck for words. Helen O’Callaghan looks behind the diagnosis
One of Cork’s most popular restaurants, Fenn’s Quay, has closed. The multi-awardwinning restaurant closed its doors yesterday for the final time ending 20 years of food service.
Carlow booked their place in tomorrow’s qualifier draw after edging a dour defensive battle with London at Ruislip.
The sentencing of an inexperienced driver whose failure to properly observe oncoming traffic led to a collision with a cyclist has been adjourned to allow him gather funds.
St Kieran’s College 3-19 St Brigid’s Loughrea 1-9: Adrian Mullen was the man of the hour as he fired St Kieran’s College back into the All-Ireland post-primary schools senior hurling final.
The family of an 82-year-old woman who died days after she fell off a trolley at St Vincent’s Hospital, Dublin has settled a High Court action over her death.
One word followed another at a pub in Cork City until a man punched the other in the face, breaking his nose.
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