Electricity customers get a rare good news refund on energy
Homes and businesses have received some rare good news after the Energy Regulator decided to reimburse them money on their electricity bills.
A woman raped by three teenagers on a beach tells of “cruel” cross-examination
A young woman who was driven onto a beach by three teenagers and gang raped in a car has described how her fight for justice endured two trials and several days of “cruel” cross-examination.
‘It’s not goodbye, it’s until we meet again’ – tributes at funeral for crash victim Brian Mullin
Brian Mullin, who tragically died in a road accident last weekend, is remembered as a “people person” who spread happiness with his “cheer, laugh and kindness”.
Child rapist with 11 character references in court gets 12 years for assaulting his partner and her son
A Cork man found guilty of raping and sexually assaulting his then-partner and her son has been sentenced to 12 years in prison.
Rebekah Vardy says she is “extremely saddened and disappointed” after Wagatha Christie’s verdict.
Both Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy have spoken out following the verdict in the Wagatha Christie trial, in which Rooney won the case.
Dublin lawyer accused of deception and money laundering in an alleged insurance fraud case
A lawyer has been put on trial for deception and money laundering in an alleged insurance fraud case.
Boy, 9, with cerebral palsy settles €14m court case over care given to him and his mother at birth
A nine-year-old boy with cerebral palsy who complained about the care he and his mother were given at Portiuncula Hospital, Galway, at the time of his birth, has settled a claim in the High Court for €14million.
“Trusted Trailblazer” of the Kinahan Cartel Martin Aylmer sentenced to over eight years in prison
A “trusted trailblazer” for the Kinahan cartel has been sentenced to more than eight years in prison for his role in the murder of an innocent man and the attempted murder of an associate of the rival Hutch gang.
Gardaí patrol Dart, Luas, and Intercity rail routes to discourage antisocial behavior
Gardaí will take part in a special operation patrolling the Dart, Luas and eight intercity rail routes to prevent and detect anti-social behavior.
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