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# Inquest

This month
July 2024
Inquest hears homeless man drowned in River Liffey while attempting to rescue stranger
Last month
June 2024
Tourist who died in crash on 'confusing' Kilkenny road didn't know she was in two-way traffic
A senior roads unit policing garda said conversations were ongoing about the need to change the road for years.
George Nkencho inquest paused while family wait on explanation for why no gardaí were prosecuted
This year
Woman who died in Cork after cancer surgery abroad had faced care delay here, inquest told
Teenager died from traumatic brain injuries after being hit by van, inquest hears
Inquest into 'unspeakable tragedy' after mother and two daughters die in Mayo road crash
Dublin mother of six (36) died suddenly from toxic shock syndrome linked to a tampon
HSE chief says UHL emergency department 'much more safe now' than when Aoife Johnston died
Aoife Johnston had 'no chance', consultant tells inquest which returned verdict of medical misadventure
Aoife, 16, from Co Clare, died at UHL on 19 December 2022, following a series of delays in her treatment.
Parents of Aoife Johnston say the 'happy-go-lucky' 16-year-old died a 'horrible death' in UHL
UHL ED was 'dangerous' for patients on the night Aoife Johnston died, inquest hears
Inquest for Aoife Johnston hears UHL ED was 'akin to a war-zone' on the night she died there
Truck driver to face prosecution over death of elderly pedestrian in Dún Laoghaire two years ago
Jury's verdict in Stardust inquests will be announced today at 2pm
Jury in Stardust inquests has reached a verdict which will be announced tomorrow at 2pm
The jury were told to assemble at 11am tomorrow morning in the Pillar Room of the Rotunda Hospital.
Jurors at Stardust inquest retire for weekend having spent eight days deliberating so far
Jury at Stardust inquest seeks further legal guidance on seventh day of deliberations
Jury at Stardust inquest seek further legal guidance on sixth day of deliberations
Jury at Stardust Inquest to continue deliberations tomorrow
Jury to begin deliberations into Stardust fire next week
Dublin granny had fatal seizure after being given wrong prescription in pharmacy, inquest hears
Homeless man who died in tent was living on streets to protect grandmother from Covid-19, inquest hears
Stardust jury urged to return verdict of unlawful killing in death of 48 victims
GAA back Coroner's call for public inquiry into murder of Bellaghy chairman Seán Brown
Clannad star died after choking on piece of garlic bread, inquest hears
Teenage motorist killed in head-on collision while driving wrong way at 124km/h, inquest hears
Two British motorcyclists killed in M50 after wheels of vehicles stuck together, inquest hears
Man died while practicing on motorbike he'd bought four days earlier, inquest hears
Victim of Hutch-Kinahan feud, Jason Molyneux, was shot up to 13 times, inquest hears
Stardust inquest hears from expert on areas which might've had influence on 'how fire could've started'
Inquest jury hears of 'tragic young couples perishing together' in Stardust fire
Hard to conceive 'scale and enormity' of losing three family members at Stardust, inquest told
Last year
No decision yet from DPP on whether gardaí will face prosecution over fatal shooting of George Nkencho
Inquest hears hospital staff missed sepsis red flags in girl (4) who died after being discharged
Garda investigating Stardust fire cause found 'no evidence' fire started maliciously, inquest hears
Garda says officers treated Stardust site as one of 'catastrophe', but not as a 'crime scene'
Former senior firefighter tells Stardust inquest that blaze was 'an accelerated fire'
Inquest into death of Dublin infant who had Strep A returns verdict of 'medical misadventure'
Verdict of death by misadventure returned at Caitriona Lucas inquest
Caitriona Lucas inquest hears Coast Guard volunteers were thrown into the sea by 'wall of water'