A Dublin man, who fraudulently claimed almost €15,000 in benefits, has been told he must start paying the money back or he faces jail.Gavin O’Malley, (...)

Dublin District Court heard that  €1,540 has been repaid

A Dublin woman who claimed almost €28,000 in one-parent family payments after she got married is being prosecuted by the Department of Social Protecti(...)

Following an investigation by the Health & Safety Authority, Irish Ferries Ltd, trading as Dublin Ferryport Terminals, is  facing criminal proceedings. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Irish Ferries is to face trial after a 46-year-old man was crushed to death while working at a cargo terminal in Dublin Port in 2011.Stephen Bayfield (...)

The Links Creche in Abington, Malahide, Co Dublin, and its director Deirdre Kelly, from Saint Olaves, Kinsealy, Co Dublin,   are accused of breaking the Childcare Act and pre-school services regulations. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times.

A Dublin creche facing trial under child protection laws following an RTÉ exposé will show almost 40 hours of secretly filmed video evidence in its(...)

Assistant Data Proctection Commissioner Tony Delaney  leaving the Four Courts  after a District Court appearance. Photograph: Courts Collins

A Dublin property management firm has been fined €1,000 for sending an unsolicited marketing text message offering a free cleaning service.MTS Propert(...)

Bins wait for collection in Dublin. File Photograph David Sleator/The Irish Times

Waste firm Greyhound Household has been ordered to pay €1,000 to charity for making an unsolicited marketing call to a former customerThe company, whi(...)

Timothy B Schmit (left) performs live with Glen Frey and Don Henley of The Eagles  in Nashville, Tennessee. Photograph: Getty

A member of rock group the Eagles was chauffeured to his own concert in Dublin in a limousine that was not registered as a public service vehicle, a c(...)

A judge has granted a sentence reprieve for the parents of a girl who missed 381 days of school since 2012. File photograph: Thinkstockphoto

A judge has granted a sentence reprieve for the parents of a girl who has missed 381 days of school since 2012.Dublin District Court was told the girl(...)

Lydia McCarthy, with an address at Alexandra Place, East Road, East Wall,  pictured leaving Dublin District Court. Photograph: Courts Collins

A Dublin woman who admitted unlawfully supplying potentially dangerous slimming tablets, has been allowed more time to pay €3,250 legal costs.Lydia Mc(...)

 Brian Buckley, a director of Greyhound Recycling and Recovery. File Photograph: Collins Courts

Waste management firm Greyhound Recycling has been fined €14,000 for failing to prevent emissions of foul odours from its main storage facility.The En(...)