Retired Central Criminal Court judge Barry White wants to resume practise as a barrister ‘due to economic necessity’ but is being prevented from doing so by an unconstitutional Bar Council rule, it has been claimed at the High Court. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times.

Retired Central Criminal Court judge Barry White has been asked to disclose details of his financial affairs as part of his legal challenge seeking to(...)

Mick Wallace is facing an application in the Commercial Court for a €2 million summary judgment from the Promontoria (Aran) Ltd fund. Photograph: Eric Luke

A former government minister and an entire Dáil committee are among the names featuring in the Four Courts lists in the opening law term of 2016. W(...)

Retired High Court judge Barry White   retired last year after a 12-year judicial career in which he presided over some of Ireland’s most high-profile murder trials. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Retired High Court judge Barry White needs to return to work as a barrister “due to economic necessity” but is being blocked by the barristers’ repres(...)

Cathy Holland and Barry O’Callaghan Barry (30), from Togher, Cork, an operations manager for a formwork company, and Cathy (27), a disability support (...)

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Tony O’Brien’s LinkedIn page said he was “director, clinical strategy and programmes, HSE from May 2011 to March 2012”. It was then changed to say that he was as director of clinical strategy and programmes from May 2011 to September 2011, not March 2012 (right).

HSE director general Tony O’Brien’s LinkedIn profile has been changed, just hours before a high-profile appearance before the Oireachtas health commit(...)

The Irish have been targeted because more native Irish people have the useful O+ blood type, B+ and A- blood types than the British population in general.

The British National Health Service has appealed for Irish people living in the country to donate blood.The move is part of the NHS’s Inclusivity Mark(...)

Fred Wesley: with George Clinton, ‘the whole gig was relaxed and fun, although the costumes were unorthodox’

Fred Wesley has some tales to tell. He has played, written and recorded alongside James Brown, George Clinton and Bootsy Collins, and is the trombo(...)

Thomas Egan, who was sentenced to seven and a half years in prison  by a jury at the Central Criminal Court. The CEO of the Rape Crisis Centre has called for increased training for sexual violence cases in the judicial system. Photograph: Collins Courts.

A spokesman for the courts service said yeserday that judges did undergo training in relation to rape cases . He was responding to concerns rai(...)

The Royal College of Physicians of Ireland (RCPI) says a one-day seminar this week, which aims to introduce the centuries-old relaxation technique to doctors, is booked out.

Stressed-out doctors are turning to meditation as a way of coping with the pressures of working in the health service.The Royal College of Physicians (...)