The Irish Times

GSOC urges High Court to overturn costs order over ‘one-sided’ investigation

District Court had ruled couple involved in collision with car driven by off-duty Garda should get costs

Man who defiled girl (14) he collected from Wesley disco is jailed

19-year-old agreed to drive teen home from Donnybrook but made her perform oral sex

Christmas social welfare bonus will be paid, says Minister

But increases due next year, and pay restoration for public servants, are now at risk

Give Me a Crash Course In: The Looming Election

The controversy arises from an email sent to Fitzgerald while she was Minister for Justice

Give me a crash course in the electoral threat

The controversy arises from an email sent to Fitzgerald while she was Minister for Justice

Geldof says UK ‘knifing themselves in the guts’ over Brexit

Bob Geldof accepts lifetime achievement award at The Irish Post awards in London

Snow and ice warnings in place as temperatures plunge

Yellow alert in force until midday on Saturday

Snow and ice warning remains in place as temperatures plunge

Yellow alert in force until midday on Saturday

Black ice on roads as ‘polar low’ brings minus 4 degree weather

National snow and ice warning in effect as bitterly cold and blustery day forecast

Brexit delays up to 20 extradition warrants to UK

Cases waiting for outcome of Supreme Court challenge to pending extradition order

Denis O’Brien to appeal Red Flag decision to Supreme Court

Move to force PR firm to reveal identity of client behind dossier ‘in interests of justice’

Bill will stop Gaelscoileanna prioritising naíonra pupils

Admissions legislation aiming at greater fairness in Irish school enrolment

Judges unhappy with assistants’ support and want ushers back

Recruitment, training and supervision among issues, says Mr Justice Charleton

Doctorates on the double: Ireland’s PhD holders multiplying

Some 16,016 men hold PhDs while 12,743 women hold that highest qualification

Extradition appeals on Brexit grounds seen as ‘speculative’

Main argument is there is no guarantee UK post-Brexit will maintain human rights standards

Uncertainty over pending extradition cases to UK after Brexit

Legal sources say up to 20 EAW extradition cases held up due to arguments over Brexit

Al Porter: ‘Trial by media isn’t a good thing’

‘I don’t think I’ve sexually assaulted people,’ Porter said in interview days before allegations

Miriam Lord: Seething Leo faces the fight of his political life

Enda Kenny said nothing about Fitzgerald crisis – but he allowed himself a little smile

High Court asks European Court of Justice to clarify EU law amid Brexit concerns

Questions about the transfer of international protection applications to the UK need to be ‘made clear’

Sadness in Buncrana as inquest delivers family’s death verdicts

Louise James hears family died near slipway by drowning caused by misadventure