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(...)

Jay Bourke: claimed he was locked out of restaurant

A landlord has agreed to allow restaurateur Jay Bourke back into a Dublin restaurant from which he claimed he was locked out earlier this week in a di(...)

A company of which restaurateur Jay Bourke is a director has secured High Court permission to apply for an injunction after the landlord of a Dublin b(...)

A security company has secured a High Court order preventing anti-eviction activists organising a protest at next week’s Irish Country and Western Mus(...)

Irish Medical Organisation director of communications Maria Murphy has resolved her High Court proceedings brought over her purported dismissal.Follow(...)

A water meter installed in West Dublin. Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins, Dublin.

Contempt of court applications over alleged breaches of orders prohibiting interference with water meter installers will be heard in the High Court ne(...)

A judge has decided not to rule on a test case over legal aid for anti-water charge protesters.

A judge has decided not to rule on a test case over legal aid for anti-water charge protesters. The decision was made because the Legal Aid Board has (...)

The Irish Medical Organisation’s long standing director of communications Maria Murphy has launched High Court proceedings aimed at preventing her pur(...)