Mr Justice Paul Carney. File Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Mr Justice Paul Carney, the country’s pre-eminent criminal judge until his retirement earlier this year,has died after a short illness. The 72-year-o(...)

A woman cycles past a marriage equality mural in the Liberties area of Dublin. File photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Same-sex couples already in civil partnerships will face a reduced fee if they decide to marry, the Government announced on Wednesday, as it agreed th(...)

The Motor Insurance Bureau of Ireland (MIBI) must pay out on the 1,750 outstanding claims following the collapse of the Setanta Insurance Company last(...)

Andrew Bryce is suing Roche Products (Ireland) Ltd, the Tropical Medical Bureau and a medical doctor for damages for allegedly failing to warn him of all of the side-effects of anti-malarial drug Lariam.

A former director of a Dublin computer systems company claims in a High Court action that an anti-malarial drug, Lariam, which he took before honeymoo(...)

 Mark Nash has lost his High Court bid to move from  Midlands Prison to Arbour Hill prison in Dublin. File photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins Courts

Convicted murderer Mark Nash has lost his High Court bid to be returned from Midlands Prison to Arbour Hill prison, Dublin, where he has spent the pas(...)

The State has again turned down a prison transfer request by convicted murderer Mark Nash, said to be “highly suicidal”

The State has again turned down a request by convicted murderer Mark Nash, said to be “highly suicidal” and at risk of dying due to not eating for som(...)

Robert Barron SC, for the State, said the transfer application is still being considered by a senior official in the Prison Service and a decision will be made by Wednesday afternoon.   File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times.

A decision whether to allow convicted murderer Mark Nash’s application for his transfer back to Dublin’s Arbour Hill prison will be made on Wednesday(...)

Mark Nash (file picture). Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Convicted double murderer Mark Nash has stopped eating food, has lost up to four stone in weight and has been hospitalised due to concerns about his h(...)

Mary Carolan A solicitor has been struck off for professional misconduct over “totally dishonouring” an undertaking to provide security for a €450,00(...)

‘Portrait of a bearded man’ by Rubens - part of the Beit collection which had been due for auction this month

A legal challenge by An Taisce alleging export licences were not lawfully issued by the National Gallery of Ireland for a number of valuable paintings(...)