Former garda Jim Fitzgerald has denied in the High Court that he was “fixing things up” for Marie Farrell, a witness in the  Sophie Toscan du Plantier murder investigation. Photograph: Courts Collins.

A recorded phone conversation suggested a “very close” relationship between a Detective Garda and a key witness in the Sophie Toscan du Plantier murde(...)

Mr Justice Brian McGovern agreed to transfer the proceedings to the Commercial Court. File photograph: Collins Courts

A bank is seeking €1.51 million summary judgment orders against the former chief executive of a healthcare company, representing the maximum sum alleg(...)

AIB Mortgages and AIB plc sought judgments for €1.9 million and €2.4 million respectively against Richard and Ann Marie Lindsay of Naul, Co Dublin. Photograph: Reuters

A couple have consented to judgment orders totalling more than €4.3 million being entered against them at the Commercial Court. A two-week stay applie(...)

Aoife Quinn: family “swamped” with documents.

The Director of Public Prosecutions is seeking another deferral of the action brought by businessman Seán Quinn’s family denying liability for some €2(...)

Ian Bailey arriving at the Four Courts earlier this month. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

A former detective garda in the Sophie Toscan du Plantier murder investigation has told the High Court he does not believe the reason a superior offic(...)

Jim Fitzgerald pictured arriving at the Four Courts to continue giving evidence in the High Court action for damages by Ian Bailey. Photograph: Courts Collins

A Detective Garda has rejected suggestions gardaí must have believed their investigation into the murder of Sophie Toscan du Plantier had gone “into o(...)

In evidence during the civil action by Ian Bailey, Jim Fitzgerald said he was never in the holiday home where Marie Farrell alleged he was naked. Photograph: Collins

A Detective Garda involved in the Sophie Toscan du Plantier murder investigation has told the High Court he “totally refutes” claims by Marie Farre(...)

The Cameroonian woman claimed she was told at her father’s funeral  she must become the wife of a chief and ordered to drink a glass of human blood

A High Court judge has criticised a “gratuitously insulting” remark by a Refugee Appeals Tribunal member about a Cameroonian woman’s religious convic(...)

A detective garda has told the High Court he never gave cannabis to an informant in the hope of getting Ian Bailey to “loosen his tongue” in relation (...)

The man and woman married in the late 1960s and had a number of children before separating in the mid 1980s and later divorcing.

A settlement of long-running family law proceedings between a now divorced husband and wife, involving a €2m payment to the woman from the sale procee(...)