Jane Christie (left), whose daughter Sarah Ewart was forced to travel to England for an abortion, with Gráinne Teggart from Amnesty International on Monday. Photograph: Lesley Anne McKeown/PA

The Belfast High Court has issued a landmark judgment which would make abortion legal in(...)

NI abortion judgment: It is likely there will be more legal issues to be tested and confronted in relation to this ruling. Photograph: Getty Images

(...) and lengthy judgment which took him close to two hours to deliver at Belfast High Court. There(...)

Mr Justice Mark Horner largely upheld a case put by the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission seeking to liberalise abortion law in relation to fatal foetal abnormality and sexual crime. Photograph: Getty Images

(...) disturbed” by words used by a Belfast High Court judge in a landmark abortion ruling. Mr Justice Mark(...)

Clerys clock: James Doherty SC, for liquidators Kieran Wallace and Eamonn Richardson of KPMG, said they want to pay  funds to  concession holders as soon as possible as they had been without the money since June. Photograph: Frank Miller / The Irish Times

Dublin are seeking directions from the High Court permitting them to pay out some €654,000 in funds to(...)

Mr Justice Brian McGovern admitted the case on Monday to the fast-track Commercial Court list

Court list and returned it to next month. AIB says Mr Morrissey agreed to pay up to a capped amount(...)

The High Court found Mr Morrissey’s case against the Minister for Finance, Ireland and the Attorney General was ‘no longer maintainable’

Bank to a businessman for property development has been dismissed. The High Court found John(...)

Bloxham collapsed at the end of May 2012 after the Central Bank found “financial irregularities” in its accounts

(...) the High Court on Monday, Mr Tinney’s lawyer, Donnchadh Woulfe, said a restructuring arrangement(...)

An attempt by Mr Keane to have the Certified Public Accountants institute’s findings overturned was struck out by the High Court in October. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

October, a legal attempt by Mr Keane to have CPA’s findings overturned was struck out by the High Court.

“It is profoundly disquieting that the decision of the High Court in Belfast has effectively weighed up one life against another and said to our society that the life of some children is more worthy of our protection, love and care than others.”  File photograph: Christian Hartmann/Reuters

High Court in Belfast in relation to the laws on abortion “Our day-to-day pastoral experience(...)

Labour Senator and right-to-choose campaigner Ivana Bacik said the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission should consider taking a case to the High Court in Dublin in the light of the ruling on abortion in Belfast.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times.

(...)’Gorman said. While the Belfast case, in which the High Court there found Northern Ireland’s abortion laws(...)