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# appeal

Last week
10th September 2023 - 23rd September 2023
Child serial killer Lucy Letby seeks to appeal against convictions
The 33-year-old was sentenced to a whole life order.
Last month
August 2023
What happens next with the controversial Owen Farrell case?
World Rugby has appealed but there is no guarantee of success at the new hearing.
Owen Farrell to face appeal hearing early next week
The England captain’s World Cup involvement is back in doubt.
World Rugby to appeal against overturning of red card from England captain Owen Farrell
Farrell was sent off for a high tackle following an off-pitch ‘bunker’ review of the incident during last weekend’s World Cup warm-up game.
Hong Kong democracy activists partially win bid to quash protest convictions
Judges unanimously quashed the convictions over the charge of organising an unauthorised assembly.
This year
Supreme Court dismisses Patrick Quirke's application for retrial of 'Mr Moonlight' murder case
The Tipperary farmer was convicted of the murder in 2019.
Gardaí appealing for information on ninth anniversary of Paul Gallagher murder in Co Meath
He was fatally shot in a field at Ballymacan, Collon, Co Meath on Monday, 28 July 2014.
Renewed appeal for information over man missing from Dublin since 20 July
Gardaí and family are very concerned for Patrick Boyle’s welfare.
Man who subjected partner to weekly attacks in coercive control case is jailed after appeal
22-year-old Jody Duggan said she took the case to show other women they are “not alone”.
Blow for Armagh as Rian O'Neill fails to have red card rescinded before Galway game
Their joint-captain was sent off during his side’s defeat to Tyrone.
Waterford convicted murderer launches appeal claiming he was drunk during garda interviews
Stephen Keane was found guilty in May 2021 of the murder of John Lowe.
Urgent appeal for blood donations amid supply concerns ahead of bank holiday weekend
Director of operations Paul McKinney said supply across all blood groups has fallen to three days.
Gardaí thank public after Cork teenager found safe and well
Kelsey Stokes had been last seen on Douglas Road, Cork on the evening of Friday, 26 May.
Valencia punishment for Vinicius racist abuse reduced
The club’s stand closure and fine have been reduced.
Liam Cahill cleared of proposed four-week ban
Tipperary manager will be back on the line for Waterford clash on Sunday.
Gardaí appeal for witnesses after man (50s) dies in motorcycle crash
The incident occurred yesterday morning.
Gardaí appeal for information on silver saloon car seen at time of Cork shooting
A man in his 40s was injured in the incident.
High Court dismisses tenant's appeal against RTB's decision in favour of landlord
The tenant argued that the RTB shouldn’t allow her tenancy to end after her landlord said she would not accept rent in the form of HAP.
Gardai appeal for witnesses to attack on female jogger in Limerick city
Gardaí said that last Wednesday 3 May a woman in her mid-20s was out jogging on the Canal Bank, Rhebogue, when she was struck in the face by a male.
Juventus get Champions League lifeline as 15-point deduction is revoked
The Italian giants are now third in Serie A having been penalised for alleged illicit transfer activity.
Man suing U2 over song wants Supreme Court to compel Adam Clayton to answer questions
Maurice Kiely is suing U2 Ltd, a limited liability company linked to the band.
Investigation into disappearance of Annie McCarrick 30 years ago upgraded to murder inquiry
Annie McCarrick, originally from the US, went missing from Dublin in March 1993.
Gardaí appeal for public's help in locating missing 12-year-old boy
Michael Connors is missing from his home in Ballycullen, Dublin 24
Man released without charge following fatal assault in Kildare
A man died from his injuries following the incident.
Ex-soldier Lisa Smith loses appeal to reduce 15-month prison sentence for IS membership
Smith, a convert to Islam, went to Syria in 2015 and was found guilty in May of IS membership.
Intimate videos and hidden cameras: Gardaí launch major campaign to help victims of sextortion
Sextortion is a form of cyber extortion which involves a threat or blackmail of having intimate information, images or clips shared without consent.
Fresh appeal for witnesses to crash that killed pedestrian in Co Galway
The collision occurred on the N84 on Sunday morning.
Gardaí renew appeal on 25th anniversary of disappearance and murder of Fiona Sinnott
Fiona was last seen after leaving Butler’s Pub in Broadway, Co Wexford, on 8 February 1998.
Appeal after shots fired at entrance to Longford housing estate
The incident happened just outside the Dundarragh estate at around 3.30pm this afternoon.
Cyclist in serious condition after crash with articulated lorry in Galway
The incident happened at around 6pm in the Renmore area.
Gardaí stand down appeal for missing girl after she is located 'safe and well'
Gardaí have thanked the public for their assistance.
Bruna Fonseca: Gardaí renew appeal for information over death of 28-year-old on New Year's Day
Bruna Fonseca was found dead at a flat in Cork city on 1 January 2023.
Appeal for information on 29th anniversary of disappearance of 22-year-old Imelda Keenan
Imelda was last seen on Monday, 3 January 1994 in Waterford.
Man (20) dies after Westmeath car crash
Gardaí have appealed for witnesses.
Last year
Appeal for information ahead of 20th anniversary of murder of Sean Poland
He was murdered in his home in Blackwater, Ardnacrusha, Co Clare on 31 December 2002.
'Last opportunity' appeal launched to find family of Irishman who recently died in England
John Joseph Gill died in Birmingham on 25 November.
Renewed appeal for information ahead of 22nd anniversary of disappearance of Trevor Deely
22-year-old Trevor Deely was last sighted in the early hours of 8 December 2000.
Cian Healy cleared for Champions Cup opener as red card rescinded
The Ireland international prop was sent off after 20 minutes of last Saturday’s URC victory over Ulster for a tackle on hooker Tom Stewart
Renewed appeal for information ahead of 22nd anniversary of murder of Sandra Collins
Collins was last sighted on the night of Monday, 4 December 2000.
Antoine Dupont clear to face Munster for Toulouse as suspension is halved
France scrum-half was suspended for reckless tackle on South Africa’s Cheslin Kolbe.