Surrender in Berlin: The president and the chauffeur
Was Dwight Eisenhower having an affair with his Irish-born driver?
Profile, Cardinal Desmond Connell: published April 14, 2002
Divorce special: Property, pensions and who pays what
Kieron Wood answers all your questions about divorce.
Divorce special: Minister can’t divorce herself from reality
With marital breakdowns on the rise, there’s an urgent need to reform the system, writes Kieron Wood.
Open democracy requires free media access to court documents
The Constitution requires that justice should be administered in public, but that requirement does not seem to apply to certain court documents, writes Kieron Wood.
Pensions: RTE warns on pension cut despite fund surplus
RTE's superannuation scheme has warned members that their pensions could be cut - even though the fund is worth €833 million and has a surplus.
Stockbroking: High Court to rule on Bloxham's Iseq membership
The High Court will rule this week whether the Irish Stock Exchange's decision to revoke the membership of failed stockbroker Bloxham can be challenged by judicial review.
Supreme Court dismisses 30-year 'Dickens novel' case
A High Court case against a solicitor could have come straight out of a Charles Dickens novel, the Supreme Court has heard.
Refugee applications at lowest level since mid-90s
Fewer than 1,000 people applied for refugee status in Ireland last year – the lowest number since the mid-1990s, according to the annual report of the Refugee Applications Commissioner.