Child and Family Agency Tusla: Boy had been in the care of the agency on two previous occasions. Photograph: Alan Betson

Court hears young boy would go with any adult

The retired garda’s Employment Appeals Tribunal case was  adjourned pending a High Court action for personal injuries.

Complaint to confidential recipient revealed during hearing

Greyhound workers and others march from Liberty Hall to 
City Hall in protest at pay cuts yesterday. Photograph: Collins

Waste disposal staff in dispute with firm over wage cuts of up to 35%

Rights are meaningless without access to the legal system,  Chief Justice Susan Denham has said.Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

Susan Denham launches Flac report showing 10% increase in people contacting helpline

Chief Justice  Susan Denham, who is launching the report. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Annual report finds queries about housing rose by more than 80 per cent

Men and women spend the day dwelling on the perceived wrongs done to them and by the time they make it to the courtroom they are often tired, usually emotional and sometimes fit to burst.

‘It’s not a game,’ judge tells Nenagh couple in dispute over daughter

 Naeima Elfatih Abdelmsgied Ibrahim, originally from the Sudan, at the citizenship ceremony in the  Convention Centre Dublin yesterday. Photograph: Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland

Minister thanks new citizens for ‘wanting to be part of our country’

More than 75 cases were listed at the court, including numerous applications for payment of maintenance and maintenance arrears.

Judge warns man that ‘any lack of payment’ would amount to contempt of court

A full care order for a girl who was sexually abused by her father was granted to the Child and Family Agency at Drogheda District Family Court

Whereabouts of father unknown to gardaí

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