The case was before the president of the High Court, Mr Justice Nicholas Kearns, because of a dispute between the parties concerning disclosure by Ms Jones in advance of the hearing. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Bottle shattered resulting in laceration to thumb and surgery, court hears

Members of the family of bankrupt businessman Sean Quinn (above) want court orders permitting them cross-examine Irish Bank Resolution Corporation special liquidator Kieran Wallace regarding claims they may be hiding up to €500 million in undisclosed assets from the bank.

Move centres on claims Quinns are hiding €500m in assets

Ian Bailey, pictured arriving at the Four Courts with his partner, Jules Thomas. Photograph: Courts Collins

‘Perverse’ to suggest he ‘thrived’ on what had happened, Bailey tells court

The court heard about  various writings by Ian Bailey, including  a shorthand note of the lyrics of the Eagles’ song Desperado. Photograph: Courts Collins

James McKenna was ‘numb with shock’ after speaking with Bailey about Schull murder

Ian Bailey denies a claim that he admitted his involvement in the murder of Sophie Toscan Du Plantier during a conversation in a Schull pub. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Journalist rejects claim he confessed during encounter in Schull bar

Ian Bailey arriving at the Four Courts yesterday for the third week of his High Court action for damages. Photograph: Collins

Journalist says he has no recollection of note made after interview with newspaper

The High Court ruled a man who has been living in a run-down house near Galway city centre is not entitled to claim squatters’ rights.

Bus Éireann worker had occupied the house for more than a decade

Helen Noble (42), of Killballyowen, Aughrim, Co Wicklow has settled her High Court action. Photograph: Courts Collins

Helen Noble (42) claimed poisoning was due to alleged oil leak from turbo charger of car

Ian Bailey told the court he could not understand why a number of people had made certain statements. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA

It was ‘probably unwise’ to be interviewed by Pat Kenny, Bailey tells court

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