A €100 million repayment by the administrators of Quinn Insurance Ltd to the State-backed Insurance Compensation Fund has been approved by the High Court. Photograph: Lorraine Teevan

To date, €1.158 billion has been drawn down from the compensation fund to meet claims of policyholders

Garda organisations say gardai have always been treated more generously than other public servants because the nature of their duties exposes them to injurious activities. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Minister plans to implement new regulations for public service sick leave

Development of a long-distance cycle route linking Tralee and Daingean would complement the development of Daingean as a cycling hub town, but this justification  was not sufficient to overcome landscape concerns, an Bord Pleanala had found. Photograph : Dara Mac Donaill / The Irish Times

High Court overturns rejection of road widening scheme from Tralee to Daingean

Garda whistleblower John Wilson who has lost his  High Court claim that he should not have been subject to disciplinary proceedings arising from his attendance, while off-duty, at district court proceedings in Cavan. Photo: David Sleator/The Irish Times

John Wilson attended, while off-duty, district court proceedings in Cavan

Chief Justice Ms Justice Susan Denham: she and four other Supreme Court judges rejected the High Court finding that the 14-day limit breached
s
 EU law principles of effectiveness and equivalence.

Decision giving family leave for judicial review outside 14-day deadline reversed

Cheryl Mellett, Athlone, Co Westmeath, who has lost her appeal at the Supreme Court. Photograph: Collins/Courts

Recruit failed to pass fitness tests

Young man described as ’very vulnerable’   awarded more than €2m by the High Court against stockbroking firm J & E Davy over ’deliberate neglect’ resulting in substantial investment losses.  Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Stockbroker found to have ‘deliberately’ neglected client resulting in substantial losses

A legal action over regulatory directions requiring five credit unions to secure additional solvency support has been withdrawn at the High Court following talks between the sides.

Central Bank to carry out new asset reviews on credit unions in question

Dublin Airport: the DAA denies any failure to comply with Irish or European law. Photograph: Kate Geraghty

Judge grants application by Dublin Airport Authority to fast-track the hearing of the action by One Complete Solution Ltd

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