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22 October 2018 16:13 Spanish student thought she was going to die; Man to be sentenced next week for 'horrific' rape

A Spanish student who was repeatedly raped by a young homeless man after being lured to his tent in July 2017 says she thought he was going to kill her. Eoin Berkeley, previously of Hamptonwood Way in Finglas, will be sentenced next week. The young woman’s visit to Ireland in the summer of 2017 was the first time she had ever travelled alone. After picking

22 October 2018 16:12 Firm fined for unsolicited spam e-mails and marketing calls

Vodafone Ireland has been fined €2,000 for unsolicited marketing calls to customers. Vodafone and PC World owners DSG Retail Ireland Ltd were the latest companies to be prosecuted at Dublin District Court by the Data Protection Commissioner for breaking e-marketing regulations through unsolicited spam emails and marketing calls. Vodafone's two unsolicited

22 October 2018 09:45 Woman awarded €550,000 after 'tram surfing' injury 'afraid to leave her house' following online abuse

A young girl who was awarded €550,000 after 'tram surfing' on the Luas line in Dublin is afraid to leave her house after abuse from Internet trolls. Rebecca Kelly, of Pearse House, Pearse Street, Dublin, sustained a severe brain injury when she fell off the side of a tram eight years ago. This morning, Rebecca's sister Jennifer Kelly told 98FM's Dublin

18 October 2018 13:23 Homeless mother of seven Margaret Cash in court for stealing €320 worth of Penneys clothes

A woman who made the headlines in August when she spent the night in the public office of Tallaght Garda Station was placed on a 12-month probation bond today by Tallaght court. Margaret Cash was due before Judge Patricia McNamara for a probation report. Cash, (28), Westpark Gate, Tallaght, had pleaded guilty to stealing clothing worth €321 from Penneys 2

18 October 2018 11:27 Four arrested over killing of woman whose remains were found in 30km area of Wicklow Mountains

62 year-old Patricia O’Connor’s remains were discovered by a member of the public in June 2017. FOUR PEOPLE HAVE been arrested in connection with the killing of a woman whose remains were discovered in multiple locations in the Wicklow Mountains last year. 62 year-old Patricia O’Connor’s remains were discovered at Military Road, Enniskerry by a member

18 October 2018 10:07 Woman due in court after drugs worth €600,000 seized in Tallaght

A woman who was arrested in connection with a drugs seizure worth almost €600,000 in west Dublin is due in court today. The woman in her twenties is expected to appear before Tallaght District Court this morning. The drugs were found during a search of a house yesterday in New Bancroft Place, Tallaght. Four kilos of heroin and half a kilo of cocaine

17 October 2018 11:55 Monitor shows Irish women more likely to start a business than most of their EU counterparts

Figures from the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor show that Irish women rank 8th in Europe for starting businesses. At 6.3% this ranks them higher than women in the UK, Germany, Spain, Sweden and France. The figures, which have been highlighted ahead of the Local Enterprise Office’s National Women’s Enterprise Day, also show self-belief as an issue for Irish

16 October 2018 15:07 Liberia to investigate charity at centre of ‘rape’ claims

Liberia’s government has said it is investigating a charity founded by a young American woman after allegations that a local staffer raped several girls in its care. The More Than Me organisation has said in a statement that founder Katie Meyler has taken a leave of absence until a separate, independent audit requested by the charity is complete

16 October 2018 13:10 Judge recommends establishment of tribunal to deal with CervicalCheck claims

A REPORT ON an alternative system for dealing with claims arising out of the CervicalCheck crisis has recommended that a tribunal be set up. Justice Charles Meenan was tasked by the government in August with identifying further mechanisms to avoid adversarial court proceedings for the women and families affected by the CervicalCheck scandal. The judge’s 2

16 October 2018 05:46 Man who assaulted wife, hitting her twice across the head, gets suspended sentence

The man pleaded guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to assault causing harm to the woman. A MAN WHO hit his wife twice across the head after dragging her upstairs and removing her jeans by force, has walked free from court after being given a fully suspended sentence. The man pleaded guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to assault causing harm to the woman 1