Blake O'Donnell, the son of Dublin solicitor Brian O'Donnell, is today urging the High Court to stop a receiver from repossessing their luxury home.
A jury has heard two statements from the former partner of Mark Nash today.
Two men jailed for life for the murder of a man whose body was discovered in a boghole outside Listowel, Co Kerry three years ago have brought appeals against their convictions.
The supervisor of a garda accused of forging a letter from the Director of Public Prosecutions has told her trial that the garda told him she didn’t have the necessary skills to forge a letter.
A printer has avoided jail for production of 49 boxes of counterfeit €50 notes.
Graham Dwyer’s murder trial has heard 847 texts were sent from his work phone to Elaine O’Hara between January 2008 and December 2009.
Met Éireann has today warned that some counties could face thunderstorms and snowfall of more than 3cm from this evening.
A former Dublin letting agent employee who stole over €8,600 from tenants around the country has been sentenced to community service in lieu of a prison sentence.
A man has admitted his role in the possession of €3.4m worth of drugs and six firearms including a machine gun.
A man has died following a crash on the main Dublin to Belfast Road.
An injunction is expected to be lodged with the courts this afternoon, in a bid to prevent Dublin solicitor Brian O'Donnell's home being repossessed by the banks.
Fianna Fáil has described Labour's emergency motion on Aer Lingus as "political posturing".
The Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald has criticised some of the debate around the Children and Family Relationships Bill.
A new campaign has been launched to try and turn support for independent politicians into seats in the Dáil.
Up to 350 new temporary jobs are being announced at Irish Water in Cork.
A former Nama official accused of disclosing confidential information has failed to appear before court to enter a plea.
The Teachers Union of Ireland has said teachers would not support the current compromise plan for the Junior Cycle if it was put to a ballot.
Gardaí say that an 11-year-old boy was hospitalised on Saturday after he was shot in the arm.
The Tánaiste Joan Burton says the Coalition may cut bankruptcy to just one year as a means of forcing banks to do a deal with those struggling with debt.
New laws restricting the use of sunbeds come into force today.
Improving your CV should improve your chances of getting a job, say the organisers of this year's 'Skills for Work Week'.
Snow and sleet is forecast around the country for the next few days.
A teenage boy is fighting for his life after he was thrown from a horse in to a swollen river on the outskirts of Cork city this evening.
A teenager has died in hospital after falling from his horse in Co Cork yesterday.
Pat Magner was getting stuck into the dinner when the protestors started banging on the restaurant window.
Concern is growing for a young man from Cavan who has been missing since the early hours of Saturday morning.
A teenage boy has died in hospital after falling from his horse into the Glashaboy river in Co Cork yesterday.
A Clare man is one of more than 1,000 people looking to get a job in the Antarctic next winter.
One of the country's largest children's hospitals says girls make up almost two thirds of minors they have treated for alcohol poisoning.