Majority direction for Anglo jury

The jury in a fraud trial of three Anglo Irish Bank directors over a multimillion loans-for-shares scheme has been told it can return majority verdicts.Sean FitzPatrick, 65, from Greystones, Co Wicklow, Pat Whelan, 51, of Malahide, Co Dublin, and William...

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PAC to debate seeking legal method to call Flannery

The Public Accounts Committee will meet this evening to decide whether to seek legal powers to force Frank Flannery to appear before them.The former Rehab chief executive has refused to attend a hearing of the committee to discuss the pay...

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Cabinet fail to find Irish Water agreement

The Taoiseach Enda Kenny has confirmed that the cabinet failed to sign off on plans for water charges at a...

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Gardaí dismiss speed camera van company problems

Gardaí have played down the extent of inaccuracies with the GoSafe speed cameras.Senior officers have told an Oireachtas committee that...

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Revenue Commissioners delighted with ‘exceptional’ property tax compliance

The Revenue Commissioners are praising the public for the "exceptional" rate of compliance with the property tax. 94% have paid...

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FG and Labour clash over Irish Water

A serious row has emerged between Fine Gael and Labour this morning over the Government's plans for water charges.Labour ministers...

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Anglo jury deliberating for third day

The jury in the fraud trial of three Anglo Irish Bank directors over a multimillion loans-for-shares scheme have begun a...

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Fourth arrest made in McConville murder probe

Detectives investigating the IRA murder of Belfast mother-of-10 Jean McConville more than 40 years ago have arrested a 57-year-old woman.The...

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Eligibility reviews for Domiciliary Care Allowance ‘to remain closed’

Social Protection Minister Joan Burton has said that eligibility reviews for the Domiciliary Care Allowance (DCA) will remain closed for...

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Gardaí probe Dublin body find

Gardaí are investigating the discovery of a body in Ringsend yesterday. The remains of a man in his late 30s...

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Post mortem to take place on man’s body found in Donegal

A post mortem examination is due to take place on the body of a man discovered in Co Donegal yesterday.The...

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Teenage drowning victim named

A teenager who died after jumping into a Dublin reservoir yesterday has been named locally as Shane Boggans from Tallaght.The...

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Cabinet discusses proposals for water charge costs

The Cabinet is discussing proposals for the cost of the water charge at a special meeting this morning.However it is...

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Gardaí to hold case conference on Ballymun shooting

Gardaí investigating a fatal shooting in Dublin's Ballymun are to hold a case conference today.John O'Regan, 48, was shot dead...

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Gardaí investigate latest in spate of aggravated burglaries in Co Limerick

Gardaí are appealing for witnesses after a third serious aggravated burglary in Co Limerick in a little over a week.In...

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Anglo fraud trial jury to reconvene tomorrow

The jury in a fraud trial of three Anglo Irish Bank directors over a multimillion loans-for-shares scheme have not reached...

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Government signs off on Budget figures

The government has confirmed it will seek €2bn of tax hikes and spending cuts in the next Budget.It has published...

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At least €2m required for garda phone taping inquiry

By Mary Regan, Political Editor, Irish ExaminerAn inquiry into phone tapings at garda stations around the country will cost €2m...

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Kenny rubbishes standing charge for water

The Taoiseach Enda Kenny is promising to publish the government's proposals for water charges before the local elections.Enda Kenny's dismissed...

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Gardaí probe Donegal body find

Gardaí in Donegal are investigating the circumstances surrounding the discovery of a body in Bundoran. The man's body was found...

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