Trial date set for Anglo accused

The trial date has been set for two former Anglo executives over an alleged fraudulent loan of over €8m.Former finance director William McAteer, from Greenrath, Tipperary Road, Tipperary, who is 64, is accused of fraudulently obtaining a loan from Anglo...

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Dublin man on temporary release caught with €28,000 worth of drugs

A Dublin man with a previous drugs conviction has been sent back to jail for 10 years after he was found with almost €28,000 of cannabis herb, cocaine and heroin in his home and car.Paul Mooney (aged 27) had been...

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Woman sees jail sentence reduced for cannabis conviction

A 29-year-old woman will be released from jail early following her successful appeal against sentence for possession of €28,000 worth...

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Defence want all communications between prosecution witness and solicitor

The judges in a Special Criminal Court murder trial will rule on Tuesday whether certain communications between the chief prosecution...

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Thomas’ garda statements ‘would not be worth tuppence’, court hears

State lawyers have said Jules Thomas's allegedly doctored garda statements would not have been "worth tuppence" to detectives investigating the...

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Burton: If SF were in Government they’d walk out on themselves

Joan Burton said today that Sinn Féin has no desire to be in Government - and accused them of pulling...

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Sinn Féin rules out kingmaker role in Westminster

Sinn Féin has ruled out any possibility of taking its seats at Westminster in the event of another hung parliament...

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Landlords ‘may have to demand water charge deposits from tenants’

Landlords are threatening to impose a water charge deposit on tenants, if the Government goes ahead with plans that would...

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Robinson wife found guilty of ‘serious breach’ of ethics code

The wife of the North's First Minister Peter Robinson has been found guilty of a "serious breach" of a politician's...

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Noonan talks tough as he demands ECB attends banking inquiry

The Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has called on the ECB to "man up" and take questions at the Oireachtas...

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Cigarettes concealed under layer of shoes seized at Dublin Port

Around 600,000 cigarettes have been seized at Dublin Port today.Revenue Customs Services found the "Marlboro" brand cigarettes in a large...

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Man charged with murdering parents remanded in custody

A man charged with the murder of his parents in Donegal has been remanded in custody at a court hearing...

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‘Omissions, additions, alterations and inventions’ in Garda memos, says Bailey’s partner

Jules Thomas, Ian Bailey's long-term partner, has told the High Court the written memo of her statements to gardaí is...

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Peter Robinson did not break code of conduct, commissioner rules

The North's First Minister Peter Robinson has been exonerated over claims that he broke Stormont's ministerial code of conduct.The DUP...

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Beaumont Hospital nurses to stage lunchtime protest

Nurses working in the Emergency Department in Beaumont Hospital, will hold the first of a series of lunchtime protests at...

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Noonan: Universal social charge here to stay

The Minister for Finance has said the Universal Social Charge is here to stay.Michael Noonan said the charge was not...

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Kenny was warned at height of crisis that army may be needed to protect banks: Coveney

The Taoiseach was warned at the height of the financial crisis that the army might be needed to protect banks...

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Teachers ‘confident’ Junior Cert strike action can be avoided

The President of the Teachers Union of Ireland has said he is "confident" that further strike action can be avoided...

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McDonald promises more Dáil disruption if sex-abuse ‘slur’ against SF is repeated

Sinn Féin's Mary Lou McDonald has warned the Government there will be more Dáil disruption if it continues to "slur"...

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Woman who gave birth on roadside thanks passers-by who helped deliver her baby

A mother who gave birth at the side of the road after a car crash has thanked passers-by who helped...

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