Mary McEneaney said the board had failed to implement appropriate procedures under a 2009 Department of Education circular dealing with competency issues.

The High Court has dismissed a teacher’s challenge to decisions to initially transfer her to(...)

(...) system”, the High Court in Belfast heard yesterday.Counsel for one of the men accused of attempting to(...)

Imam Ibrahim Noonan at the entrance to the Maryam Mosque on the Old Monivea Road, Ballybrit, Galway. Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy

(...) four. Having been refused application for asylum, his case has been before the High Court for five(...)

Jim O’Callaghan, counsel for a firm installing meters on behalf of Bord Gáis, said lGMC/Sierra recognised the entitlement of any member of the public to protest against the installation of water meters.

(...) protests now taking place against the installation of water meters in Dublin, the High Court was told(...)

United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Jordan’s Zeid Ra’ad al Hussein. Photograph: EPA/Salvatore di Nolfi

Ra’ad Zeid Al Hussein, the UN high commissioner for human rights, said it was important to “end the(...)

The parachute dress. 
Norma Kamali updated the parachute dress in International Orange in 1974, replacing silk with waterproof nylon with an inherent ability to catch the wind.

(...) honour at the court of Elizabeth 1 wearing a gown embroidered with the Tudor rose, the traditional floral(...)

Leading lady: Natalie Gulbis at St Andrews. Photograph: Warren Little/Getty

(...) fully paid-up members, as well as the high-level networking that goes on amid the red leather and wood(...)

Dave Fanning: “The J1 is one of the most important things you do as a student”

Sheriff. The album I was really into was Court and Spark, by Joni Mitchell. When I went back to New York(...)

A Georgian wicker-handled, silver saffron teapot, made in Dublin circa 1750

(...) is “about the size of a golfball because the high price of saffron meant that only minute quantities(...)

Chairperson of Survivors of Symphysiotomy Marie O’Connor  with Mary Kellaway, Betty Walshe, Margaret Sheridan, Ellen Moore and Andi Kenneally before their meeting  with Minister for Health Leo Varadkar. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

(...) required if it is to be acceptable to our members. Our members’ High Court actions, meanwhile, are(...)