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Belfast trial hears details of DNA analysis on woman's clothes - RTE.ie

Semen matching the DNA profile of Ireland and Ulster rugby player Stuart Olding was found on clothing and underwear worn by a woman he is alleged to have raped, a court has heard. Samples taken from the woman's purple thong-style pants, white jeans and ...

'I lifted a towel, it was Lorna' - Husband of woman killed in Tunisian beach attack found her body under beach towel - Independent.ie

The husband of a woman shot dead by a terrorist while on holiday in Tunisia found her dead beneath her beach towel. Declan Carty went looking for his wife after a gunman went on a killing spree that claimed 38 lives. Three Irish people were killed in ...

Armed robber was unaware gardai were in back of shop checking CCTV on another incident - Irish Examiner

An armed robber who held up a shop while two gardai were in the back checking CCTV footage has being jailed. Drug addict Patrick Dunne (30) brandished an imitation firearm at a shop assistant before being chased out of the shop by the gardaí. Dunne of ...and more »

'They wouldn't have been happy apart' - Couple married for 65 years pass away within hours of each other - Independent.ie

An elderly couple, who were married for over 65 years, have passed away within hours of each other in Co Kildare. Máire and Gerry Ryan, originally from Clonmel before moving to Newbridge, County Kildare, passed away surrounded by loving staff and ...

Report by former Chief Justice supports Graham Dwyer's data retention claims, court told - Independent.ie

A report by a former Chief Justice John Murray supports Graham Dwyer's claim that Ireland's data retention legislation breaches European laws, the High Court heard. Remy Farrell SC, for Dwyer, told Mr Justice Tony O'Connor on Wednesday that in a report ...

Michael D rides once more - Irish Times

Our front page this morning has the answer to one of the favourite parlour-game questions of Irish politics: will President Michael D Higgins stand for a second term? Our deputy political editor, Fiach Kelly, has the story: he will. Michael D has let ...

Fugitive ex solicitor Michael Lynn to be extradited to Ireland next week - Irish Mirror

Fugitive solicitor Michael Lynn is due to be extradited from Brazil next week, the High Court has heard. The struck-off solicitor, who fled in 2007, allegedly left Ireland owing an estimated €80 million in debts. His counsel Michael O'Higgins SC told ...

Cash, vehicles, watches and imitation gun seized in two separate CAB raids - Independent.ie

Two separate raids in Wicklow and Dublin by the Criminal Assets Bureau has seen cash, vehicles, watches and an imitation handgun seized. A large sum of cash in a bank account has also been frozen. Image provided by An Garda Siochana. 4 4 Image provided ...

Latest: Guard recalls Black Widow investigation in wake of Catherine Nevin's death - BreakingNews.ie

The 67-year-old had been granted temporary full-time release from prison in September of 2017. Update 7pm: Former Assistant Garda Commissioner for the South East region, Jim McHugh, has spoken following the news of Catherine Nevin's death. Mr McHugh ...

Economy forecast to grow by stronger-than-expected 4.7% this year - Irish Times

Bank of Ireland has raised its growth forecast for the Irish economy this year to 4.7 per cent, more than one percentage point above the Government's official projection, suggesting further job gains and rising incomes would underpin “solid consumer ...