Ms Justice Marie Baker: sais there was ample evidence before the ombudsman to find Mr Gleeson did not retire “early”. Photograph: Collins

(...) former secretary to the college, the High Court has ruled. After the college’s pension scheme reached(...)

The District Court imposed a  60-day sentence on a man in October 2014 after he failed to pay €30 per week to his former partner in maintenance and where arrears of around €5,600 had built up over  three years. File photograph: Michaela Rehle/Reuters

A High Court judge has overturned an order jailing a man for contempt after he allegedly(...)

Savita Halappanavar. Photograph: The Irish Times

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Adam Grant (24), Saint Brigid’s Terrace, Silverbridge, Co Armagh,  is charged with causing £12,000 worth of criminal damage to an ATM containing £52,000, and possessing stolen property. He was remanded in custody to Cloverhill Prison at a sitting of Monaghan District Court following his arrest. File photograph: iStockPhoto

(...) earlier this month is legally detained, the High Court has ruled. In a lengthy and detailed judgment(...)

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Patrick McDonagh, of Corke Abbey Avenue, Bray, Co Wicklow leaving the Four Courts after he was awarded  damages following a High Court action. Photograph: Courts Collins

(...) of The George pub in Dublin has been awarded €44,000 damages by a High Court judge. The pub was 60(...)

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Eoin McKeogh arriving at the Four Courts  for a High Court judgement. Photograph: Courts Collins

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Solicitor, David Christie (left) leaving Dublin Circuit Criminal Court with former solicitor Thomas Byrne in November 2013.  Photograph: Collins Courts.

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After the Trinity’s pension scheme reached a “critical state” in 2008, the €279 million in assets and €595 million in liabilities of the scheme were transferred to the National Pensions Reserve Fund in 2009, Ms Justice Marie Baker noted.

(...) secretary to the college, the High Court has ruled. After the college’s pension scheme reached a(...)