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(...)

THE President of the High Court has quashed a local authority’s refusal to provide alternative accommodation to a man who claims he was a victim of ra(...)

 Denis O’Brien. File Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Denis O’Brien’s legal action over speeches made in the Dail in relation to his banking affairs with Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC) has been (...)

The Supreme Court ruled the State was entitled to make a deportation order against Davit Arabuli after rejecting claims that his deportation  for an indefinite period breached his, and his family’s, rights under the Constitution and European Convention of Human Rights.

A couple from Georgia who tried to deceive the authorities in an attempt to secure asylum here, including using false allegations by the wife she had (...)

High Court president Mr Justice Nicholas  Kearns has granted the Law Society’s application to strike Paul D Madden off the roll of solicitors.

A solicitor has been struck off by the High Court after being found guilty of professional misconduct over a deficit of €1.4 million in client funds. (...)

 Cardinal Seán Brady. A brother, sister and their  cousin have appealed against the High Court dismissal of their action against the cardinal.  File  photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Irish Catholic Church authorities have been accused of extreme deceit and equitable fraud in a case involving settlements with victims of abuser Fr(...)