Martin’s Life capitalised on generational misunderstandings on everything from Skinny Jeans to Game of Thrones, Skyping the Sister and the Rugby World Cup.

He came to prominence with his wickedly funny take on the marriage equality referendum but now the creator of Martin’s Life has been honoured for his (...)

Belfast investor Paddy McKillen: He contends communications fully or partly disclosed by the department to date suggest it was being “inappropriately” lobbied by interests linked to the UK billionaire Barclay brothers concerning acquisition of his “fully-performing” loans as part of a hostile takeover. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA Wire

A judge will rule later on an application by property investor Paddy McKillen aimed at securing full access to 12 documents he believes will show th(...)

Property investor Paddy McKillen wants full access to 12 documents which he believes will show the Department of Finance engaged in “inappropriate” contacts with representatives of the billionaire Barclay brothers about his loans with State-owned IBRC and Nama, the High Court has heard. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA Wire.

Property investor Paddy McKillen wants full access to 12 documents which he believes will show the Department of Finance engaged in “inappropriate” co(...)

An application for approval of an arrangement whereby a British company is funding litigation against the State and businessman Denis O’Brien has been(...)

Former District Court Judge Heather Perrin, arriving at the Criminal Courts of Justice to be sentanced after being convicted for attempting to decieve an elderly friend out of half of his 1 Milliion Euro Estate. Photograph: Alan Betson / THE IRISH TIMES

A disgraced former district court judge is facing being struck off for a second time following a Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal on yesterday. In 201(...)

The High Court has granted orders to a company which establish a 20-metre exclusion zone around locations in Dublin city where workers are installing water meters

The High Court has granted orders to a company which establish a 20-metre exclusion zone around locations in Dublin city where workers are installing (...)

Nine Dublin residents who were last week restrained by the High Court from assaulting, harassing, intimidating or interfering with workers installing water meters, today gave a judge an undertaking that they would not get involved in any such protests.

Nine Dublin residents who were last week restrained by the High Court from assaulting, harassing, intimidating or interfering with workers installing (...)

Jim O’Callaghan, counsel for a firm installing meters on behalf of Bord Gáis, said lGMC/Sierra recognised the entitlement of any member of the public to protest against the installation of water meters.

SAURYA CHERFI It was only a matter of time before somebody was badly injured in the violent protests now taking place against the installation of wate(...)

Details of the Ireland Strategic Investment Fund (ISIF), which will replace the National Pensions Reserve Fund (NPRF), were outlined at a function in Dublin Castle today.Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons / THE IRISH TIMES

The investment of €6.8 billion in commerical projects that are of benefit to the Irish economy is to be overseen by the National Treasury Manag(...)

Former Garda sergeant Owen Corrigan leaving the Smithwick tribunal in May 2013. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Any move to deny a former Dundalk-based detective sergeant his legal costs for eight years at the Smithwick Tribunal, would be challenged in the High (...)