The cruel story of baby Ann

At the heart of the 'Baby Ann' case are two couples who, through no fault of their own, have been placed in a position which can only attract sympathy and compassion. By Justine McCarthy

'I had to keep going for John'

Having been vindicated by the Barr report, John Carthy's sister, Marie, is writing a book about him and is suing the Garda Commissioner for his killing in Abbeylara. She talks to Justine McCarthy

Denis O'Brien and Michael O'Leary: Valets at war

Denis O'Brien and Michael O'Leary were both personal assistants to Tony Ryan, founder of Ryanair. Now they are locked in battle for the control of Aer Lingus. By Justine McCarthy and Emma Browne Plus: Tony Ryan and Aer Lingus AND Denis O'Brien and the Carribbean

The search for Johnny Herlihy

For a week, friends and strangers alike searched for the body of Jonathan Herlihy who, with Peter O'Keeffe, drowned rescuing a couple from the seas of west Cork. Their generosity stands in stark contrast to the corporate indifference of Aer Lingus, who charged Johnny's soccer teammates €10,000 to return from the US to search for their friend. By Justine McCarthy