Shell survey 'loaded'

Mayo residents say they were 'hung up' on during a phone survey after expressing opposition to the Shell pipeline in Rossport. By Frank Connolly

Crumlin report expected to oppose Mater site

Minister for Health Mary Harney is to meet with representatives of Crumlin hospital to discuss a report into the proposed site for a new national paediatric hospital at the Mater in Dublin. The report is expected to raise serious questions about the suitability of the site. By Frank Connolly

The gardaí, the addict and the 'confession'

The Dean Lyons report shows that the homeless drug addict did not commit the Grangegorman murders and that he fabricated his confession, based on details he learned from gardaí during his interrogation. Frank Connolly reports

Press scandal haunts de Valeras

Irish Press plc is still haunted by the ongoing row between its controlling editor, Eamon de Valera, grandson of the former president and taoiseach, and the company's shareholders. Frank Connolly attended this year's highly-charged AGM

Donegal company to sue over gas decision

An Irish consortium has threatened to sue the Government after licences to explore for oil and gas off the coast of Donegal were awarded to Statoil, Shell and other foreign companies. By Frank Connolly