Wed, 02 Nov, 2016
Voting has begun as campaigners bid to make Ireland the first country to introduce gay marriage by popular vote, Paul O’Connell is set to say farewell to Thomond Park after tomorrow’s game, Six officers have been charged with the death of Freddie Gray in Baltimore and Dwayne ’The Rock’ Johnson has officiated at a surpise wedding.
Fri, 22 May, 2015
Industry sources believe the Irish Daily Star will not close even if joint shareholder Richard Desmond follows through on his threat to pull out of the title, while the Government has moved to shore up privacy laws as a result of the controversy.
Tue, 18 Sep, 2012
A taxi driver featured in RTÉ's 'Primetime Investigates' programme intends to sue the national broadcaster for defamation following his successful legal challenge against a decision by the National Transport Authority to suspended his PSV licences.
Fri, 06 Jan, 2012
The following is the text of the Press Ombudsman’s ruling of November 14, 2008 which decided that sufficient remedial action was offered by the Irish Examiner in response to a complaint by Mr Robert O’Farrell.
Fri, 28 Nov, 2008
“A MAN complained that articles published in the Irish Examiner about a court case in which his brother was on trial for assault, and which were illustrated with photographs of his brother and himself, were in breach of Principles 1 (Truth and Accuracy), 2 (Distinguishing Fact and Comment), 4 (Respect for Rights), 5 (Privacy), 7 (Court Reporting) and 9 (Children) of the Code of Practice.
Wed, 24 Sep, 2008
THE announcement yesterday that the media academic Professor John Horgan is to become Ireland’s first press ombudsman was a watershed moment for the Irish press, for freedom of expression and — most importantly — for the maturing of relationships between newspapers and their reading public.
Wed, 15 Aug, 2007