Ireland Irish woman denies murdering fiancé as she appears in Australian court via video link

21:40  09 february  2018
21:40  09 february  2018 Source:   Independent.ie

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Tina Cahill, from New Ross in Co Wexford, has been charged with murdering her fiancé David Walsh (29) at their home in Sydney between February 17 and February 18 last year.

She appeared in court in New South Wales today via video link and is due to stand trial in October.

It is alleged that Ms Cahill stabbed father-of-three David Walsh in the neck after a row broke out in the house.

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A 25-YEAR-OLD Irish woman is set to appear in court charged with the murder of her fiancé , 29-year-old Irishman David Walsh, this Wednesday. She will remain in custody and is now due to appear before Burwood local court during the week.

A 25-year-old Irish woman charged with the murder of her fiancé in Australia is now expected to appear in court next Wednesday. Cathrina Cahill chose not to appear via video link at Parramatta local court today, her lawyer said, saying she was too distressed to do so.

She denies murdering him.

Paramedics tried to revive David Walsh after the incident but he was pronounced dead at the scene.

Mr Walsh moved to Australia following the break-up of his marriage in Ireland, it is understood.

He met Ms Cahill and they became engaged early last year.

They had been living together in the Padstow area of Sydney.

Local sources were quoted in the Australian media as saying Mr Walsh was at home when his fiancée, two other women and a local man arrived at the house.

A row ensued during which Mr Walsh was stabbed in the neck.

The victim had been in the house, possibly asleep, when the three women and man arrived, Detective Inspector Glen Fitzgerald said.

The court today heard how police are still trying to speak with potential witnesses who are now living in Ireland and the United Kingdom, 9News reports.

The prosecution asked for a trial date to be delayed as police are making inquiries about potential witnesses and whether they will return to Sydney or give evidence from London.

Tina Cahill's lawyer asked for a trial date to be set as "my client has been in custody for nearly a year."

The trial is due to start on October 8 and is expected to last up to eight weeks

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