The young pregnant woman taken off life support following a High Court decision last Friday was buried today in a midlands cemetery following requiem Mass

(...) woman that there would be no appeal to the Supreme Court, which meant her family could proceed with her(...)

A sign sits above the entrance to a Credit Suisse Group  in Geneva, Switzerland. Photograph: Valentin Flauraud/Bloomberg

(...) in mortgage-backed securities it had issued. The Zurich-based bank said a New York State Supreme(...)

President Michael D Higgins has signed the water charges into law and ignored pleas from a range of Opposition TDs and Senators to refer the legislation to the Supreme Court. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

(...) of Opposition TDs and Senators to refer the legislation to the Supreme Court.Mr Higgins has also(...)

The High Court was satisfied it was in the best interests of the unborn child to authorise, at the discretion of the medical team, the withdrawal of life support.

(...) the unborn and the mother that there would be no appeal to the Supreme Court, which means the woman(...)

Sinn Féiner of the Year: Party leader Gerry Adams for holding onto his position for 31 years. Photograph: Alan Betson

(...) has appointed a retired Supreme Court judge to buy him time – sorry, investigate the unprecedented(...)

A wall painting for Daniel Ortega’s 1996 election campaign. The Nicaraguan president, whose current term is due to run until 2016, has since changed the constitution to enable perpetual re-election (and, with it, perpetual immunity). Photograph: Andrew Winning/Reuters

(...) congress and shut down the Supreme Court. He has successfully fought efforts to force his return to face(...)

The Four Courts: Costs were awarded to woman’s family as the case raised issues of ‘great public importance’. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

(...) interests of the unborn and the mother that there would be no appeal to the Supreme Court, which means the(...)

Galway’s Senator Fidelma Healy-Eames, a member of the Reform Alliance, has written to Mr Higgins asking that he refer the Bill giving effect to water charges to the Council of State, the advisory group to the President. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Council of State, refer Bills to the Supreme Court for a decision on whether they comply with the(...)

The three-judge High Court, comprising the President of the High Court, Mr Justice Nicholas Kearns, Ms Justice Marie Baker and Ms Justice Caroline Costello found there was no genuine prospect the somatic process would lead to the birth of a live baby.

Supreme Court. The fact there will be no appeal means the woman’s family and partner may proceed with her(...)

The three judge High Court, comprising the President of the High Court, Mr Justice Nicholas Kearns, Ms Justice Marie Baker and Ms Justice Caroline Costello has heard final legal arguments and will rule on he matter on Friday, St Stephens’ Day. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien

(...) was pronounced brain dead at 14 weeks gestation, the HSE submitted.The Supreme Court had ruled, in the(...)