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Friday 29 September 2023 Dublin: 15°C

# Michaela

Last year
'Each morning, I pause here beside Michaela and pray'
Read an extract from Mickey Harte’s book ‘Devotion’.
All time
Family of Michaela McAreavey has heard 'new developments' in murder investigation
Mauritian media reports say new evidence could mean a reopened case “within days.”
Sentencing of ‘Peru 2′ postponed due to judges’ strike
Michaela McCollum Connolly and Melissa Reid were due to be sentenced today. No new date has been set for their court appearance.
Michaela McAreavey: Mauritius Supreme Court to hear civil case against Lux Hotel
The Harte and McAreavey families are suing for €1.4 million.
Michaella is "in good spirits, but very frightened for the future" - solicitor
Michaella will be moved to a permanent jail in the next 24 hours, her solicitor says, but prisons in Peru are rife with TB and HIV.
PSNI in Mauritius to assist in Michaela McAreavey investigation
The three detectives are in Mauritius for a week to help local authorities with their continued investigation into her death.
Mauritian police won't confirm reports of new suspect in Michaela murder probe
Police reopened their investigation into the Tyrone woman’s death in January 2011 following the acquittal of two men accused of her murder earlier this year.
Mickey Harte: 'The GAA has been a huge source of positive force for me'
The Tyrone manager was speaking at the launch of a major fundraiser for the foundation established in the memory of his daughter.
'She talked about God's plan - even in football': John McAreavey on Michaela's faith
The husband of the tragic schoolteacher made the comments on a DVD just released by the Catholic Church.
Mauritian government wants new director for its forensic science lab
The advertising of the position comes in the wake of criticism of DNA collection by authorities during the Michaela McAreavey murder trial.
Michaela McAreavey: fresh investigation gets underway
A new police team has been put together and said that one of its first tasks will be to interview people who were near the McAreavey’s hotel room just before the murder.
Nauseating and conspiracies: The week in quotes
“I think throwing out conspiracies like a man standing at the bar in a pub is quite unacceptable.”
Michaela photos: Irish ambassador meets Mauritian ministers to report concerns
Brendan McMahon relayed Ireland’s concerns over the investigation into Michaela McAreavey’s murder, and the recent trial.
Martin McGuinness disagrees with 'perverse' Michaela trial verdict
The North’s deputy first minister is meeting with the Mauritian high commissioner in London today to discuss the case.
Michaela death: Mauritius PM invites Gardaí, PSNI to investigate
Navin Ramgoolam tells the BBC that police from both sides of the Irish border will be invited to investigate the murder.
McAreavey, Harte families reject Mauritian Sunday Times apology for Michaela photos
The only proper apology would be to tell the police how the photos were obtained, according to Michaela’s families.
Irish investigation into Michaela murder not ruled out
The Tánaiste said the government will convey a ‘strong protest’ to the Mauritian government about what appears to be the leaking of the photographs.
Mauritian government condemns "outrageous" photos of Michaela crime scene
Mauritius describes the leaked photos as “outrageous” as Eamon Gilmore meets his ambassador to convey Ireland’s protests.
Newspaper images could hinder Michaela inquiry - lawyer
The McAreavey family lawyer in Mauritius said the publication of images from the crime scene could hinder further inquiries or the prospect of another trial.
Govt to make formal complaint over pictures of Michaela crime scene
Pictures from the crime scene where Michaela McAreavey was killed last year have been published in a Mauritian newspaper today with the Taoiseach saying that a formal complaint will now be made to the Mauritian government.
Michaela: FG MEP rows back on call for Irish tourists to boycott Mauritius
Seán Kelly had urged Irish people to stay away from Mauritius in the wake of the not guilty verdict but told that he would change that view if the investigation continues.
Michaela McAreavey trial: Accused may sue police
The lawyer for Avinash Treebhoowoon also expressed sympathy for the Irish honeymooner’s family.
Not guilty: Ireland reacts to Michaela McAreavey trial verdict
A ‘boycott Mauritius’ campaign was spontaneously started on Twitter last night.
Michaela McAreavey murder trial: the major talking points takes a look back at the two-month trial, recapping the key moments of a case that has captivated a local audience and devastated two Irish families.
"The truth has triumphed" - accused respond to Michaela verdict
“I suffered a lot. I was brutalised by police. I was beaten so much,” Avinash Treebhoowon said outside the courtroom.
Lawyer for the acquitted compares Michaela trial to Guildford Four
“When we rush to find justice, we always fail.”
'There are no words': McAreavey and Harte families respond to 'not guilty' verdict
Michaela’s families said there are no words which can describe the sense of devastation and desolation they both feel.
Michaela McAreavey trial verdict: two accused found not guilty
Sandip Moonea and Avinash Treebhoowoon were acquited by the nine-member jury of killing the 27-year-old on her honeymoon in Mauritius.
Michaela murder trial: defence says 'real culprits' are still at large
One of the defence lawyers said that the investigation in Michaela McAreavey’s murder should be reopened.
The Evening Fix: Friday
Things we learned, loved and shared today.
Michaela murder trial told the 27-year-old died by a 'barbaric act'
On the closing day of prosecution arguments, the lead prosecutor told the jury it had been “one of the most difficult trials” he had ever faced.
Michaela McAreavey murder trial nearing an end
Court has been adjourned until Friday.
Michaela murder trial: Witness denies lying to protect his son
The 52-year-old father of one of the accused denied that his son told him “Forgive me. I have made a mistake” when he saw him the day after the murder of Michaela McAreavey.
Michaela murder trial: Defence team’s legal dispute causes fresh delay
Defence lawyers claimed the judge had acted inappropriately in interrupting a cross-examination.
Michaela murder trial: Accused labelled 'a liar' by prosecution in case
Avinash Treebhoowon was cross-examined by the prosecution today as the trial of the two men accused of murdering the Tyrone woman continued in Mauritius.