The head of the company that owns the world’s largest trawler Annelies Ilena, formerly Atlantic Dawn, that his board is considering appealing a €105,000 fine imposed by an Irish court

(...) considering appealing a €105,000 fine imposed by an Irish court.Diederik Parlevliet, managing director of(...)

(...) be above temptation and corruption. Before the change of Government, thirteen High Court judges were(...)

David James Carlton is accused of beating his partner with a crutch and with his plastered foot. He was remanded until April 17th.

(...). Remanding 26-year-old David James Carlton into custody at Newtownards Magistrates Court, District Judge Mark(...)

(...).com High times in Tralee For family breaks, Kerry can’t be beaten. Stay in Tralee and make the most of(...)

Dutch Supertrawler ‘Annelies Ilena’. It was among a fleet of Dutch vessels working some 100 nautical miles northwest of Tory Island when approached by a joint Naval Service/Sea Fisheries Protection Agency patrol on November 22nd, 2013.

(...) decision was refused by the High Court. The Annelies Ilena, which has a freezer built to hold enough fish(...)

 Italy’s top court on Friday annulled the conviction of American Amanda Knox for the 2007 murder of British student Meredith Kercher and, in a surprise verdict, acquitted her of the charge. Photograph: Anthony Bolante/Reuters

(...) ruling in which Italy’s Supreme Court definitively acquitted 27-year-old American Amanda Knox and 31-year(...)

Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Seán Sherlock has said that the use of Shannon Airport by the US is compatible with the State’s policy of neutrality, in response to a bill proposed by Independent TD Mick Wallace. File photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

(...) consistently acted in breach of the High Court finding while illegitimately claiming military neutrality(...)

A screengrab from a YouTube video of Graham Dwyer flying his model aircraft

(...): “Great planes little toni OS 95v quits forcing dead stick high speed landing at Roundwood model aeroclub(...)

Former Irish Nationwide chief executive Michael Fingleton. At the High Court, Ms Justice Marie Baker, said Mr Fingleton had not identified anything in the terms and conditions of the loan that he might rely on in a defence. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

(...) bank getting a judgment against him for €5.74 million.At the High Court, Ms Justice Marie Baker ruled(...)

The High Court has ordered the country’s second largest internet service provider to take measures(...)