A number of facilities for people with disabilities, run by the Daughters of Charity, have been criticised by the health watchdog, with a report into one centre stating that some residents remained at risk of experiencing abusive situations in their home, particularly of a psychological and emotional nature.
Fri, 06 Oct, 2017
A Dublin man who bought the car that was later used in the fatal shooting of Northern Ireland prison officer David Black has been found guilty by the Special Criminal Court of IRA membership.
Mon, 31 Jul, 2017
The fingerprint of a man accused of IRA membership was found on the registration certificate of the car used in the fatal shooting of Northern Irish prison officer David Black, the Special Criminal Court has heard today.
Mon, 17 Jul, 2017
The terms of reference for the new investigation into mother and baby homes received a broad welcome — but also criticism over its exclusion of Magdalene Laundries and adoptions involving state hospitals.
Sat, 10 Jan, 2015
The Special Criminal Court has ruled that the arrest on suspicion of IRA membership of a man charged in connection with the murder of Northern Ireland prison officer David Black was unlawful.
Wed, 19 Mar, 2014
Conor Ryan’s article (Irish Examiner, Jan 4) on ‘Repeat Offenders’, “why criminals reoffend, and what can be done... to buck the trend” explores an important phenomenon across the world — why some people reoffend, having already been sanctioned by the courts.
Wed, 08 Jan, 2014