Separate proceedings seeking an injunction halting quarrying have been halted. Image: Thinkstock

A Co Clare quarry at the centre of a High Court action has been sold by a Nama-appointed receiver to a company in the Lagan Asphalt group, a judge has(...)

The award concerns a judgment issued by a three-judge High Court in December 2014, in a case by a woman’s father against the HSE.

A High Court decision that a clinically brain dead pregnant woman could be taken off life support because there was no genuine prospect of her baby be(...)

The case arose after Eamon Ryan was not invited to participate in a debate, broadcast on RTÉ One on February 15th, because the Green Party did not meet a requirement set by RTÉ for participation in such debates of having three TDs in the outgoing Dáil. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

RTÉ and Green Party trustee Tom Kivlehan must each pay their own costs of his failed challenge to the broadcaster’s exclusion of Green Party leader Ea(...)

 Green Party leader Eamon Ryan and deputy leader Catherine Martin who were both elected to the Dáil in Friday’s general election. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

A Green Party trustee wants legal costs against RTÉ of his failed challenge to the broadcaster’s exclusion of Green Party leader Eamon Ryan from a tel(...)

Leader of the Green Party Eamon Ryan. Mr Ryan was not invited to participate in RTÉ leaders’ debate on February 15th. File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

RTÉ is seeking its legal costs against a Green Party trustee following the rejection of his legal challenge to the broadcaster’s refusal to invite Gre(...)

RTÉ’s exclusion of Green Party leader Eamon Ryan from two party leaders’ debates to be broadcast later this month is fundamentally ‘unfair, undemocratic and unconstitutional’, the High Court has been told. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw.

RTÉ’s failure to include Green Party leader Eamon Ryan in two party leaders’ debates to be broadcast ahead of this month’s election is fundamentally “(...)

Last October, Ms Justice Marie Baker said she would order the winding down of work by Shillelagh Quarries on a 3.27- hectare area of the 25-hectare site near Brittas, Co Dublin.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne (stock image).

A quarrying company has been given more time to wind down its operations “in an area of exceptional public amenity”, following a High Court order dir(...)

The High Court has ruled that tenant Michael Doyle is contractually obliged to pay rent to receiver Tom Kavanagh.

Mary Carolan A company director has failed to overturn a direction to pay some €40,000 rent arrears on his south Dublin home to his landlord, a bank(...)

Ms Justice Marie Baker in the High Court will make orders later specifying when winding down work must be done by Shillelagh Quarries Ltd in a 3.27-hectare area at the 25-hectare site near Brittas, Co Dublin, on the north-facing slope of the 465-metre Butter Mountain. Photograph: Shillelagh Quarries Ltd website

A quarrying operation in “an area of exceptional public amenity” must cease, the High Court has ruled. Ms Justice Marie Baker will make orders later s(...)

The DPP opposed the proceedings and argued the man suffered no unfairness in being tried for a fourth time. Photograph: Getty Images

A man can be tried for the fourth time on multiple charges of rape and sexual assault, a judge has ruled. The man, who cannot be identified for legal (...)