Mark Nash has lost his High Court bid to move from  Midlands Prison to Arbour Hill prison in Dublin. File photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins Courts

Convicted murderer Mark Nash has lost his High Court bid to be returned from Midlands Prison to Arbour Hill prison, Dublin, where he has spent the pas(...)

The frontage of a premises in Grangegorman in Dublin which has been the site of a squat  for the last two years. The residents of the squat have said they will challenge a court order directing  their arrest. Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

Squatters at properties in Grangegorman in north Dublin are awaiting receipt of Tuesday’s High Court order directing their arrest before bringing a ca(...)

 A squat on Lower Grangegorman, Dublin, currently occupied by some 20 people. A Nama-appointed receiver has secured High Court orders jailing a  man and directing the arrest of all other persons remaining at the properties.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

A Nama-appointed receiver has secured High Court orders jailing a named man and directing the arrest of all other persons remaining in occupation of p(...)

A squat in Dublin city where the property’s receiver has indicated he will seek jail for the residents who are refusing to move out.

A number of people are still occupying a premises in Grangegorman, Dublin, which was the scene of an incident in March involving alleged squatters and(...)

File photograph of Mark Nash, who is standing trial accused of murdering two women in Grangegorman in 1997. The prosecution in the trial has ended his closing speech. File photograph: Collins Courts.

The prosecution counsel in the trial of a man accused of murdering two women eighteen years ago has ended his closing speech to the jury by saying tha(...)

The High Court case surrounding houses on  Grangegorman Road Lower has been adjourned for 24 hours. Photograph: Eric Luke 2:56

The High Court has adjourned for 24 hours an application by a receiver for an injunction preventing interference with him taking possession of a numbe(...)

The Central Criminal Court has heard how DNA profiles from two women killed in Grangegorman nearly 20 years ago were found on a jacket belonging to Mark Nash in 2009. File photograph: Collins Courts.

DNA profiles from two women killed in Grangegorman nearly 20 years ago were found on a jacket belonging to Mark Nash in 2009, a jury has heard.Mark Na(...)

Mark Nash (42), has pleaded not guilty at the Central Criminal Court to the murder of Sylvia Shields (60) and Mary Callanan (61) in Grangegorman in Dublin in 1997. Photograph: Paddy Cummins/PCPhoto.ie.

A former Galway-based garda has told the trial of a man accused of murdering two women in Dublin 18 years ago that he cannot remember seeing a wound o(...)

Mark Nash pictured in 1998. File Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins, Dublin

“A spectacular breakthrough” led to the DNA of two women, found dead at their sheltered accommodation in Grangegorman 18 years ago, being found on the(...)

Dr Damien Brennan: “There was a harshness and dehumanising aspect that was very much like the Magdalene laundry”

Medical professionals and local communities protecting their economic interests played a major role in the incarceration of tens of thousands of pe(...)