Fri, 24 May 2013 01:03:57 GMT
Shatter to face breath test incident questions
Minister for Justice Alan Shatter will face further searching questions from political opponents after he confirmed yesterday he failed to complete a breathalyser test because of an asthmatic condition when returning home from the Dáil some five years ago.
Shatter: I failed to complete breath test for gardaí because of asthma
Shatter failed to complete garda breathalyser test because he was asthmatic
Independent TD Mattie McGrath asked a number of questions regarding Alan ...
Fri, 24 May 2013 00:01:29 GMT
Creches suspend staff over conduct
The Giraffe Childcare and Early learning Centre, Belarmine, near Stepaside, Dublin. It said “clear evidence of inappropriate conduct in caring for young children by a particular staff member, who has already been suspended” had been uncovered and filmed ...
Worker sacked at TV probe creche
Gilmore says childcare allegations 'shocking'
Creches are probed by gardai, HSE over claims children mishandled
Thu, 23 May 2013 20:51:05 GMT
Two women arrested after cannabis grow house discovered in Monaghan
A cannabis growhouse was discovered at a business unit in Castleblayney in Co Monaghan this evening. Topics: News · Crime & Law · Garda Síochána · Monaghan; More Topics. Thu, May 23, 2013, 21:48. First published: Thu, May 23, 2013, 21:48 ...
Two women arrested as gardai seize €500000 worth of cannabis
Cannabis growhouse discovered in Monaghan
Drug seizure in Co. Monaghan
Fri, 24 May 2013 01:29:23 GMT
New York Times
Britain Knew of 2 Suspects in the Killing of a Soldier
New York Times
LONDON — British security officials confirmed Thursday that both suspects in the hacking death of an off-duty British soldier were known to MI5, the domestic security agency, in the years before the attack, in which men drove their car into the soldier on a busy ...
Police Arrest Two New Suspects in UK Killing
'Armies of one': Are lone wolf attacks the future of terrorism?
London killers are Britons of Nigerian origin
Fri, 24 May 2013 00:05:31 GMT
Concessions made to unions in revised Croke Park deal
Union officials leaving the offices of the Labour Relations Commission last week. Photograph: Dave Meehan. Martin Wall. Topics: News · Irish Congress of Trade Unions · Labour Relations Commission; More Topics. Fri, May 24, 2013, 01:04. First published: ...
Teacher leaders back new version of Croke Park deal
Successor to the Croke Park II published
INTO leadership to recommend LRC proposals
Thu, 23 May 2013 18:18:52 GMT
Lack of Garda co-operation with inquiries unacceptable, says Ombudsman
Simon O'Brien, centre, chairman of the Garda Síochána Ombudsman Commission, at yesterday's publication of it's seventh annual report, with commission members Kieran Fitzgerald and Carmel Foley. Photograph: Bryan O'Brien. Joe Humphreys. Topics ...
Watchdog slams gardai over 'unacceptable' and 'intolerable' delays
More than 2000 complaints made against gardaí in 2012
Gardaí criticised for delaying Ombudsman inquiries
Thu, 23 May 2013 21:03:26 GMT
Judge wants Gallagher tape handed over
A judge has told a legal team to ask gardaí to hand over a video-tape which allegedly shows John Gallagher being harassed by a member of his own family. Gallagher, who killed mother and daughter Annie and Anne Gillespie in the grounds of Sligo Hospital ...
Double killer John Gallagher appears in court charged with threatening to kill his ...
Gallagher due in court today on threat allegations
Fri, 24 May 2013 01:02:54 GMT
Christian Brothers to pay millions of dollars to abuse victims in US and Canada
The law firm that represented 92 of those affected said the settlement would still allow abuse survivors to continue legal actions. Photograph: Getty Images. Patsy McGarry. Topics: News · Social Affairs · Religion & Beliefs; More Topics. Fri, May 24, 2013, 02:00 ...
Catholic order to pay $16.5 million to more than 400 claiming sex abuse
Christian Brothers to pay $16M for child sex abuse
Mount Cashel abuse survivors win financial settlement
Fri, 24 May 2013 00:34:25 GMT
80-year-old conquers Mount Everest
80-year-old Japanese mountain climber Yuichiro Miura reached the top of Mount Everest on Thursday, making him the oldest person to ever reach the summit. Associated Press. Correction: Clarification: RELATED. WorldViews: Everest latest climbing season ...
Octogenarians Face Off to Earn Title of Oldest Man to Reach Everest Summit
Japanese 80-year-old claims Everest record
Japan's Yuichiro Miura becomes oldest person to climb Mt. Everest
Fri, 24 May 2013 00:55:28 GMT
O'Brien regret as brave Irish miss out on famous win
Kevin O'Brien hit a magnificent 84 from 47 balls, but Ireland were denied a first win on home soil against one of the elite cricket nations as they tied with Pakistan at Clontarf yesterday. Ireland's Paul Stirling in action. Picture: Sportsfile. By Nick Royle. O'Brien ...
Cricket: Ireland fall agonisingly short of famous win against Pakistan
Last-ball heroics from O'Brien earns tie and sets off Irish celebrations
Ireland and Pakistan tie in a thriller