Console’s founder Paul Kelly asked to return People of the Year award

Paul Kelly is being asked to return his People of the Year award. The former chief executive of Console was forced to resign after a HSE audit revealed financial irregularities at the national suicide charity between 2012 and 2014. He...

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Supreme Court reserves judgement in Mark Nash case

The Supreme Court has reserved judgement in a killer’s attempt to get damages for a 12-year delay in bringing his prosecution. Mark Nash, who is originally from England, is serving a double life sentence for murdering two women in Grangegorman...

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Men with fake beards sentenced to five years for having firearm and ammunition

Two Dublin men have been sentenced to five years in prison for possessing a firearm and ammunition. Michael Finlay, 36,...

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Five unwanted dogs put down each day across Ireland

Five stray or unwanted dogs were put down in pounds every day last year, official figures have revealed. Reports from...

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Man charged with attempted robbery in Dublin

Gardaí have charged a 21-year-old man after an attempted robbery at a shop in Terenure yesterday. At around 6.20pm an...

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Interim CEO defends charity regulator role in dealing with Console corruption allegations

The interim CEO of the embattled suicide charity Console David Hall has defended the regulator’s failure to intervene in allegations...

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14-year-old girl missing from Dublin