Assistant Commissioner John Fintan Fanning said he was “uncomfortable” being asked certain questions as he was conscious he has a statutory obligation not to affiliate or associate with any political group.

An Assistant Garda commissioner has claimed he was asked by Garda Commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan during interviews for the position of deputy commissi(...)

The High Court has cleared the way for a Dublin man to sue the State over alleged malicious prosecution. James Walsh claims he was the victim of a malicious prosecution for allegedly threatening to kill and cause serious harm to journalist Paul Williams. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times.

The High Court has cleared the way for a Dublin man to sue the State over alleged malicious prosecution.James Walsh claims he was the victim of a mali(...)

PTSB had sought to raise the €400 million as part of overall plan to return bank to private ownership. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

A High Court challenge has been brought to plans by Permanent TSB aimed at raising €400 million through a share placing to institutional investors (...)

A chief executive received more than £1million in unauthorised salary bonuses and pension payments, it has been claimed at the High Court. Andrew Heth(...)

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(...)

Irish Water protesters Bernie Hughes, Paul Moore, Derek Byrne and Damien O’Neill. Photograph: Collins

The President of the High Court has said he was obliged to free four anti-water charges protestors from prison last Monday but was “most unhappy at th(...)

An insurance company has obtained a High Court order allowing it control of an €80,000 award made to a man

An insurance company has obtained a High Court order allowing it control of an €80,000 award made to a man so the money can be used to recoup compensa(...)

Protester Kenneth Hanlon outside Mountjoy Prison during a demonstration over the imprisonment of  water charges demonstrators. Photograph: PA

Jailed water charge protesters can free themselves simply by undertaking to abide by court orders not to interfere with meter installers, a High Court(...)

Anti-water meter protesters ‘escort’ meter installation workers in convoy from Rialto, Dublin on February 23rd, 2014. A hunger strike by anti-water charges protesters jailed for refusing to give an undertaking to stay 20 metres away from water meter installations appears to have been abandoned.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

A threatened hunger strike by anti-water charges protesters jailed for breaching a court injunction appears to have been abandoned. The three m(...)

Protester Bernie Hughes outside court on Monday. Photograph: Collins Courts 0:57

Five anti-water charge protesters who were found to be in contempt of court have been given jail sentences at the High Court. Bernie Hughes, of McKelv(...)