Karl Harford’s lawyers argued his sentencing judge failed to have sufficient regard to his age of 19 at the time of the offence and to his growing maturity. Photograph:Frank Miller

An eight-year jail sentence imposed on a man found in a car with a viable blast incendiary device was unduly severe, the Court of Appeal has ruled.Kar(...)

Judge Alan Mahon: chaired planning tribunal from 2003-2012. Photograph: Frank Miller

The judge who led the planning tribunal is to be promoted to the Court of Appeal after the Cabinet filled seven key judicial vacancies. Circuit Court(...)

Alan Mahon is among the seven judges who will fill key vacancies. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times

The judge who led the planning tribunal is to be promoted to the Court of Appeal after the cabinet moved to fill seven key judicial vacancies. (...)

The president of the High Court, Mr Justice Nicholas Kearns, yesterday temporarily blocked the Dublin City Sheriff  from evicting Mary White and her family from her house on Upper Rathmines Road, Dublin.

A woman, whose only income is from social welfare, has been given just over a week to convince a judge he should restrain a bank from seizing her €700(...)

The Finnstown Country House Hotel in Lucan. Photograph: Collins Dublin.

A 55-year-old man has appeared before the Special Criminal Court this afternoon charged with the possession of explosives at Finnstown House Hotel (...)

A Cork man charged with IRA membership and firearms offences has had his bail conditions varied so he can attend the All-Ireland hurling final.Anthony(...)

Bank said 190 Upper Rathmines Road, Dublin 6 was originally bought as investment property.

A mother of four whose only income is social welfare has been given six months to leave the €700,000 period house Bank of Ireland Mortgage Bank says s(...)

The case against a Dublin man charged with membership of the IRA after a Garda investigation into paramilitary activity at the funeral of Alan (...)

 Abuse victim James Moran speaking to the media outside court today  after former priest Patrick McCabe received an 18-month jail sentence for indecently assaulting him and another young boy in the 1970s. He said said McCabe’s sexual assault had blighted his life. Photograph: Courtpix

A former priest whose abuse of children in the 1970s and 1980s was featured in the Murphy report will walk free this weekend after an 18-month (...)