Mr Justice Nicholas Kearns has said there had in recent weeks been a problem because there were not enough registrars for available judges. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Serious delays in dealing with court cases will result from a continuing shortage of registrars, High Court president Mr Justice Nicholas Kearns has s(...)

Minister for Transport Paschal Donohoe: says there are problems with the penalty points system, whose credibility has been damaged by recent controversies including gardaí cancelling points. Photograph: Garrett White

Minister for Transport Paschal Donohoe says he is unhappy with the current level of road traffic policing and wants the strength of the Garda Traffic (...)

Four Courts Dublin: male judges’ average expenses exceeded those of female judges in every one of the six years for which figures were supplied by the Courts Service, as well as in every court. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Irish Times

Women judges across all courts claimed on average half the expenses of their male counterparts between 2008 and 2013, according to recent figures.Mal(...)

Figures released by the Courts Service show some judges claimed almost €49,000 more than their colleagues at the same level for travel, subsistence and judicial attire and incidental expenses, in a 12-month period.

There are huge variations in the expenses claimed by judges at all levels, according to figures released by the Courts Service. They show that some ju(...)

Under the Tax Consolidation Act 1997, there is a statutory exemption from tax on expenses for members of the judiciary.

Judges of the superior courts are entitled to claim higher travel expenses than their counterparts in the lower courts, it has emerged. And all expen(...)

In a groundbreaking decision made last August, Information Commissioner Peter Tyndall found the Courts Service was not justified in withholding the names of individual judges. Photograph: Alan Betson

Details to date of judges’ expenses have been released by the Courts Service on an anonymised basis since the organisation came under the remit of the(...)

The judges with the highest expenses in each respective court for 2012 were as follows, clockwise from top left: Judge Gerard Furlong (District Court) - €45,222; Judge Desmond Hogan (Circuit Court) - €33,698; Mr Justice Paul Gilligan (High Court) - €8,219; Mr Justice Frank Clarke (Supreme Court) - €4,387.

The names of judges who claimed a total of €1.67 million in expenses were released today for the first time, following a ruling by the Information Com(...)

Mr Justice Peter Kelly: as he departs to the new Court of Appeal, there is widespread agreement on the Commercial Court’s efficiency

When the new fast-track Commercial Court was set up a decade ago, the aim was to radically change the litigation landscape to achieve speedy determina(...)

The Courts Service, which is responsible for managing the courts, said in June the proposals would result in improved services in courtrooms that were equipped with facilities and support services that could not be provided in suburban courthouses.

A proposal to close four courthouses in Dublin and reorganise how the services are delivered in the capital has been shelved, the Courts Service has (...)

Details of the expenses paid to individual judges are to be made public for the first time following a decision by the Information Commissioner.Peter(...)