The ruling relates to a case brought forward by two men serving life sentences for murder.
The Dublin Rape Crisis Centre said it broadly welcomes the re-sentencing of Lyons today.
Minister for Foreign Affairs Charlie Flanagan is to address the upper chamber this afternoon, as members return from their holidays to discuss the crises in Gaza and in Ukraine.
Lord Mayor Christy Burke repeated his call for negotiations to end the violence.
The Commission for Energy Regulation today published details and confirmed that the government will cover costs of water use for children.
Mobile users in Zambia will be the first ones to use Internet.org’s new app, which provides them with free basic access to internet services through their phone.
Shoes! Glorious shoes.
Israeli peace activist Nurit Peled-Elhanan calls on the international community to help end settlement expansion and bring peace to the region.
Paul Murphy says a victory would send a “message of resistance”.
That’s 85% of members of the liquidated credit union.
Protesters are pictured in canoes near where construction appears to have resumed.
An American doctor who contracted the disease is said to have made a slight recovery.
Each month, as part of TheJournal.ie’s dedicated coverage of the SME sector, we’ll be reviewing a business book that makes a difference.
The assets are part of the National Pension Reserve Fund (NPRF) discretionary portfolio.
A study has suggested that a drop in black smoke levels in the mid-nineties improved overall air quality and helped reduce hospital admissions for asthma.
The country’s Finance Minister hit out at what he called “vulture funds”.
The pair appeared at the Criminal Courts of Justice this morning.
There are currently no plans for a replacement facility.
The house claims the US President overstepped his powers with the Obamacare reform bill.
Lyons had been found guilty of sexually assaulting a young woman in Dublin in 2010.
Some public (and private) workers woke up today to find no salary in their bank account.
There are fears the death toll could reach 150 – eight have been pulled alive from the mud but 23 have perished.
A large number of people have abandoned their plans – are any of you paying for private pensions?
A man is still in custody after also being arrested.
Despite posting a net profit of €194 million this quarter, Sony still expects to make a full-year loss.
The two were found guilty in April, but sentencing was adjourned to assess their suitability for community service.
The school was shelled yesterday, with 16 people who had been sheltering there killed.
It’s Thursday – and here’s all that you need to know as you start your day.
Guarding and protecting the feet.
One of the party’s senior economic advisors says there is an “urgent need” for Sinn Féin map out the detail of its vision for the country.
Ireland proposes making trans people in existing marriages divorce as a pre-condition for recognition in their new gender.
The latest exercise craze is pricey but gets results. Here’s what it entails.
The hospital has not confirmed the baby’s death,
The man was known to gardaí and was a suspect in the murder of Real IRA boss Alan Ryan.
Analysis: He hasn’t gone away you know…
Tea rooms are opening in Harold’s Cross Park, St Patrick’s Park and in Herbert Park.
The senators will also debate the crisis in Ukraine – although some members of the Seanad are on holidays.
The president will travel to Belgium for World War One commemoration ceremonies in Liege and Mons in Belgium on Sunday.
The medical workers want the Irish Government to condemn attacks on medical workers, hospitals and ambulances in Gaza.