Expert witness for the defence tells court of shortcomings in forensic testing protocol
The medic who examined the woman allegedly raped by two Ireland rugby players described her as 'co-operative but tearful'
The rugby rape trial continues as the court hears several divergent versions of the night in question from a host of different witnesses
Court told of Quinn Insurance bosses' ‘pattern of behaviour’ that didn’t benefit firm
The Minister for Social Protection Regina Doherty has promised to investigate what she described ...
A review was set up to assess the pace of reforms in the Department in the wake of the watershed 2014 Toland report, which was highly critical of its prevailing management culture
Banker’s bid to make Anglo deposits look €7.2 billion bigger than they were was unfair on other banks, says prosecution
The former Garda Commissioner had her motivation and credibility comprehensively tested last week