Advertisement
Dublin: 18 °C Friday 17 September, 2021

#Minister For Justice

Mother banned from identifying murdered son (11) calls on minister to change law on naming children killed in criminal circumstances
# Court Ruling
From TheJournal.ie
# Court Ruling

Mother banned from identifying murdered son (11) calls on minister to change law on naming children killed in criminal circumstances

Jan 31st 2021, 7:25 PM 50,743 Views 0 Comments

“I’m proud of my son, I want to be able to tell the world about him.”

Domestic abuse supports still available during latest sets of Covid restrictions
# Level 5
From TheJournal.ie
# Level 5

Domestic abuse supports still available during latest sets of Covid restrictions

Dec 27th 2020, 1:51 PM 8,282 Views 7 Comments

Domestic abuse can be something other than physical: it can mean you’re isolated from friends or control is taken over your personal items.

Analysis: Unrelenting pressure from a unified opposition kept the Woulfe affair firmly in the spotlight
# Politics
From TheJournal.ie
# Politics

Analysis: Unrelenting pressure from a unified opposition kept the Woulfe affair firmly in the spotlight

Nov 26th 2020, 7:27 PM 17,554 Views 12 Comments

The opposition has been like a dog with a bone on the issue.

Gardaí don't need extra resources to cope with house parties, says justice minister
# Galway
From TheJournal.ie
# Galway

Gardaí don't need extra resources to cope with house parties, says justice minister

Sep 30th 2020, 11:47 AM 20,547 Views 29 Comments

Helen McEntee was speaking following scenes of large gatherings in Galway.

Calls for use of 149-year-old 'lunatic' legislation in cases involving Wards of Court to end
# Mental Health
From TheJournal.ie
# Mental Health

Calls for use of 149-year-old 'lunatic' legislation in cases involving Wards of Court to end

Sep 11th 2020, 12:59 PM 28,258 Views 16 Comments

14 NGOs have asked the government to commence the 2015 Assisted Decision-Making (Capacity) Act.

Charlie Flanagan apologises to Cahersiveen locals and residents in Direct Provision centre
# Coronavirus
From TheJournal.ie
# Coronavirus

Charlie Flanagan apologises to Cahersiveen locals and residents in Direct Provision centre

Updated May 20th 2020, 10:33 AM 29,632 Views 79 Comments

There have been a number of confirmed cases of Covid-19 at the centre since April.

Up to 2,900 refugees will be given sanctuary in Ireland over the next four years
# Resettling
From TheJournal.ie
# Resettling

Up to 2,900 refugees will be given sanctuary in Ireland over the next four years

Dec 17th 2019, 3:11 PM 24,424 Views 186 Comments

3,151 people have arrived to Ireland through a refugee programme since 2015.

Supreme Court rejects appeal by man deported for alleged links to Isis
# Courts
From TheJournal.ie
# Courts

Supreme Court rejects appeal by man deported for alleged links to Isis

Jul 24th 2019, 6:20 AM 11,389 Views 0 Comments

The court heard that one of the man’s sons was killed fighting in the Syria.

Justice minister takes case against farmer allegedly trespassing on State lands formerly earmarked for 'super prison'
# Thornton Hall
From TheJournal.ie
# Thornton Hall

Justice minister takes case against farmer allegedly trespassing on State lands formerly earmarked for 'super prison'

Jul 9th 2019, 6:20 AM 30,080 Views 0 Comments

The Minister has brought proceedings against James Scully, from Kilreesk Lane, St Margarets, Co Dublin.

'I was constantly being vilified': Alan Shatter speaks of 'years of upset and difficulty' since resignation
# Frenzy And Betrayal
From TheJournal.ie
# Frenzy And Betrayal

'I was constantly being vilified': Alan Shatter speaks of 'years of upset and difficulty' since resignation

May 30th 2019, 12:10 PM 16,187 Views 50 Comments

The former justice minister resigned over a garda whistleblower controversy in 2014.

Irish citizens who commit serious offences abroad will be open to prosecution from today
# Criminal Justice
From TheJournal.ie
# Criminal Justice

Irish citizens who commit serious offences abroad will be open to prosecution from today

Apr 29th 2019, 7:18 AM 21,015 Views 23 Comments

The law enables Ireland to ratify the Istanbul Convention.

Ministers condemn march by republican group in Dublin as 'sickening' and 'disturbing'
# O'Connell Street
From TheJournal.ie
# O'Connell Street

Ministers condemn march by republican group in Dublin as 'sickening' and 'disturbing'

Apr 21st 2019, 2:02 PM 55,974 Views 0 Comments

The group was criticised for marching down O’Connell Street on Saturday.

Laws limiting the freedom of Irish visa-holders to travel home abolished
# Travel
From TheJournal.ie
# Travel

Laws limiting the freedom of Irish visa-holders to travel home abolished

Apr 12th 2019, 3:46 PM 23,273 Views 17 Comments

Over 40,000 people are expected to benefit from this change in legislation.

Groups who support victims of crime have been given €1.7m by the Government for 2019
# Funding
From TheJournal.ie
# Funding

Groups who support victims of crime have been given €1.7m by the Government for 2019

Dec 26th 2018, 3:03 PM 5,503 Views 5 Comments

The funding will be given to dozens of non-governmental organisations.

Alleged use of tracking devices on cars of Irish prison officers to be probed by Inspector of Prisons
# Bugged
From TheJournal.ie
# Bugged

Alleged use of tracking devices on cars of Irish prison officers to be probed by Inspector of Prisons

Nov 22nd 2018, 2:20 PM 14,235 Views 0 Comments

Revelations that officers’ vehicles had been bugged were published today in the Irish Examiner.

'I’ve been kidnapped. I’m going to be killed': A phone call no father ever wants to receive
# Courts
From TheJournal.ie
# Courts

'I’ve been kidnapped. I’m going to be killed': A phone call no father ever wants to receive

Nov 2nd 2018, 6:30 AM 27,232 Views 19 Comments

Mr Justice White said there is a collective sense of shame that somebody visiting Ireland had suffered in such a vile way.

'I'm still angry': Survivors to discuss how Magdalene Laundries should be remembered
# Áras An Uachtaráin
From TheJournal.ie
# Áras An Uachtaráin

'I'm still angry': Survivors to discuss how Magdalene Laundries should be remembered

Jun 5th 2018, 2:40 PM 15,874 Views 59 Comments

“I was taken in by the nuns at 15 – I hadn’t even kissed a boy”: Elizabeth Coppin told RTÉ about her experience in a Cork Laundry.

Dublin residents terrorised by joyriding and cars set on fire outside their homes
# Anti-social Behaviour
From TheJournal.ie
# Anti-social Behaviour

Dublin residents terrorised by joyriding and cars set on fire outside their homes

Dec 14th 2017, 10:45 PM 40,918 Views 78 Comments

Tommy Broughan told the Minister for Justice that it has been “hugely distressing” for people in his constituency.

Charlie Flanagan apologises to Taoiseach and Dáil for giving 'inaccurate' information
# Minister For Justice
From TheJournal.ie
# Minister For Justice

Charlie Flanagan apologises to Taoiseach and Dáil for giving 'inaccurate' information

Nov 28th 2017, 7:41 PM 28,710 Views 208 Comments

He said that he was “shocked” and “bitterly disappointed” by the events of recent weeks.

Minister refuses to revoke deportation order for man with links to Islamic terrorism
# Courts
From TheJournal.ie
# Courts

Minister refuses to revoke deportation order for man with links to Islamic terrorism

Oct 2nd 2017, 6:06 PM 15,953 Views 0 Comments

The Supreme Court had ordered the Minister for Justice to reconsider the decision not to revoke the man’s deportation order.

Acting Garda Commissioner says he has 'no authority' to release report into reopening of Stepaside Garda Station
# Public Accounts Committee
From TheJournal.ie
# Public Accounts Committee

Acting Garda Commissioner says he has 'no authority' to release report into reopening of Stepaside Garda Station

Sep 28th 2017, 10:35 AM 14,647 Views 30 Comments

Dónall Ó Cualáin was up in front of the Oireachtas Public Accounts Committee this morning.

Woman facing deportation was forced by her 'violent and abusive' husband to have abortion, court hears
# High Court
From TheJournal.ie
# High Court

Woman facing deportation was forced by her 'violent and abusive' husband to have abortion, court hears

Aug 18th 2017, 2:42 PM 22,262 Views 0 Comments

The woman is seeking leave to challenge the legality of a decision refusing her permission to remain in Ireland.

Supreme Court blocks State from deporting Algerian man linked to terrorism
# Minister For Justice
From TheJournal.ie
# Minister For Justice

Supreme Court blocks State from deporting Algerian man linked to terrorism

Jul 27th 2017, 6:32 PM 19,276 Views 99 Comments

The judge said it was not clear why the Minister for Justice concluded that the man was not at risk of being tortured if deported.

Minister for Justice is 'insulting Irish courts' in Ian Bailey extradition case, lawyers say
# Supreme Court
From TheJournal.ie
# Supreme Court

Minister for Justice is 'insulting Irish courts' in Ian Bailey extradition case, lawyers say

May 31st 2017, 1:55 PM 13,151 Views 0 Comments

French authorities are seeking the extradition of Bailey to face charges relating to the death of Sophie Toscan du Plantier.

Minister took 6 months to respond to allegations that gardaí entrapped people through informants
# Protected Disclosure
From TheJournal.ie
# Protected Disclosure

Minister took 6 months to respond to allegations that gardaí entrapped people through informants

May 20th 2017, 12:01 AM 17,533 Views 25 Comments

Sinn Fein TD made a series of allegations of wrongdoing by gardaí in a protected disclosure to Frances Fitzgerald.

'One woman didn't even know she was in Ireland': The reality of being sold for sex
# Exploitation
From TheJournal.ie
# Exploitation

'One woman didn't even know she was in Ireland': The reality of being sold for sex

Oct 17th 2016, 7:30 PM 23,168 Views 30 Comments

Women are trafficked across countries and continents – some having been sold by family members or friends.

Poll: Would you take a refugee family into your home?
# Your Say
From TheJournal.ie
# Your Say

Poll: Would you take a refugee family into your home?

Sep 4th 2015, 6:30 PM 41,619 Views 286 Comments

An EU plan for migrant resettlement is set to be announced next week.

Frances Fitzgerald's new crime bill: What's in it - and what will it mean for victims?
# New Rules
From TheJournal.ie
# New Rules

Frances Fitzgerald's new crime bill: What's in it - and what will it mean for victims?

Jul 15th 2015, 12:30 PM 7,220 Views 25 Comments

Planned new laws would give victims the right to information about their cases…

Massive increase in child sex abuse material uncovered by Irish internet hotline
# Child Pornography
From TheJournal.ie
# Child Pornography

Massive increase in child sex abuse material uncovered by Irish internet hotline

May 14th 2015, 10:09 PM 16,893 Views 24 Comments

There were 335 confirmed cases of child pornography reported last year.

Definitely no re-investigation into mysterious death of Fr Niall Molloy
# No Further Evidence
From TheJournal.ie
# No Further Evidence

Definitely no re-investigation into mysterious death of Fr Niall Molloy

Mar 31st 2015, 5:48 PM 12,283 Views 33 Comments

The decision was backed by Minister Frances Fitzgerald.

'We want to make sure that the public can have confidence in us'
# Penalty Points
From TheJournal.ie
# Penalty Points

'We want to make sure that the public can have confidence in us'

Jan 27th 2015, 6:10 PM 14,072 Views 89 Comments

A report found 114 penalty point cancellations required further investigation.

The number of people applying for asylum in Ireland last year more than doubled
# Ireland
From TheJournal.ie
# Ireland

The number of people applying for asylum in Ireland last year more than doubled

Jan 27th 2015, 3:25 PM 16,945 Views 117 Comments

The Department of Justice said this was a reversal of recent trends.

Fitzgerald: 'We've no plans for a knife amnesty, gardaí are doing enough'
# Knife Crime
From TheJournal.ie
# Knife Crime

Fitzgerald: 'We've no plans for a knife amnesty, gardaí are doing enough'

Dec 29th 2014, 7:30 AM 6,024 Views 16 Comments

The move had been called for to address the rise in serious incidents of knife crime.

'The UK respects Ireland's privacy, there is no question of any mass surveillance'
# Cables
From TheJournal.ie
# Cables

'The UK respects Ireland's privacy, there is no question of any mass surveillance'

Dec 18th 2014, 8:44 AM 8,693 Views 49 Comments

Documents previously showed that UK authorities had access to opitcal fibre cables that carry a range of data, from internet traffic to telephone calls.

Masked sex workers to hold candlelit vigil outside Leinster House
# Remembering The Dead
From TheJournal.ie
# Remembering The Dead

Masked sex workers to hold candlelit vigil outside Leinster House

Dec 17th 2014, 7:00 AM 15,518 Views 55 Comments

They will remember the deaths of seven women in Ireland who were sex workers.

Is An Garda Síochana broken beyond repair? 'No, it can be fixed'
# Changes
From TheJournal.ie
# Changes

Is An Garda Síochana broken beyond repair? 'No, it can be fixed'

Dec 5th 2014, 1:14 PM 9,749 Views 41 Comments

The Minister for Justice has stressed that reforms will be put in place.

Attacks on emergency services 'utterly unacceptable', but protective laws won't be improved
# Halloween
From TheJournal.ie
# Halloween

Attacks on emergency services 'utterly unacceptable', but protective laws won't be improved

Oct 28th 2014, 7:00 AM 10,454 Views 37 Comments

The Justice Minister has said that current legislation is sufficient.

Plans to clampdown on abuse of anti-anxiety drugs ready 'within months'
# Street Dealing
From TheJournal.ie
# Street Dealing

Plans to clampdown on abuse of anti-anxiety drugs ready 'within months'

Oct 5th 2014, 7:00 AM 13,066 Views 40 Comments

There are concerns over the growing quantity of these drugs being illegally sold.

Gardaí have been 'incalculably' damaged by delay in investigation of 'garda misconduct'
# GRA
From TheJournal.ie
# GRA

Gardaí have been 'incalculably' damaged by delay in investigation of 'garda misconduct'

Sep 17th 2014, 8:38 AM 7,394 Views 72 Comments

The GRA’s General Secretary said that gardaí at the centre of the allegations need to have their say.

The new garda recruits will need to "win the trust" of the Irish public
# BA In Applied Policing
From TheJournal.ie
# BA In Applied Policing

The new garda recruits will need to "win the trust" of the Irish public

Sep 15th 2014, 2:08 PM 16,333 Views 50 Comments

The Justice Minister addressed the new recruits this afternoon at the Garda College in Templemore.

1 2 3 4 5