Kevin Beary: lobbed in a High Court action against Htamretfa

There’s a bit of a row brewing amongst the old Dolmen Stockbrokers crew.Dolmen is now known as Cantor Fitzgerald Ireland, after the US giant bought th(...)

Seven appeals have been lodged against a decision by Galway City Council to grant permission for the erection of floodlights at Pearse Stadium in Salthill.

A second GAA stadium being earmarked as a potential 2023 Rugby World Cup venue could be ruled out of contention, depending on a decision by An Bord P(...)

Minister for Health Leo Varadkar “[It’s important] that we give the family and the doctors, who are facing enormous dilemmas now all the support that we can and we try to be as compassionate as we can and not overly certain.” Photograph: Cyril Byrne/Irish Times

The courts may have to decide in the next few weeks on whether doctors are to be allowed to switch off life support for a pregnant woman carrying a 16(...)

An investigation into its affairs in 2010 by accountants appointed at the behest of the regulator found that between 2008 and 2010, Kilorglin Credit Union gave out 93 bullet loans worth €3 million.

Killorglin Credit Union (KCU) in Kerry has been subsumed into Tralee Credit Union (TCU) following a High Court application on Thursday by the Central (...)

A sign outside Casement Park in Belfast.  Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA

The granting of planning permission for a new 38,000-seater GAA stadium in the heart of west Belfast is to be quashed, a High Court judge has ruled.Mr(...)

Mr Justice Kevin Cross has fixed the rate of return or discount in the Gill Russell case, a test case, at 1 per cent.

An eight-year-old severely disabled boy who suffered brain damage at birth has been awarded €13.5million by the High Court. The award was made to Gill(...)

Ian Bailey at the Four Courts yesterday for the sixth week of his High Court action. Photograph: Courts Collins

A recorded conversation between gardaí involved in the investigation into the murder of Sophie Toscan du Plantier included a reference to a statement (...)

A Dunnes Stores worker who injured her lower back while loading a trolley with heavy boxes has been awarded €85,000 by the High Court. Photograph: The Irish Times

A Dunnes Stores worker who injured her lower back while loading a trolley with heavy boxes has been awarded €85,000 by the High Court. Mr Justice Anth(...)

By divesting himself of his family home for nil consideration, Michael  Quigley deprived Dana Doherty of the benefit of that property for paying  compensation to her, Ms Justice Aileen Donnelly has said in the High Court.

A former Irish dancing teacher fraudulently transferred his family home and another property into his wife’s name in a bid to defeat a court order re(...)

John Wilson at the Four Courts to give evidence during the sixth week of a High Court action taken by Ian Bailey. Photograph: Collins

The number of entries regarding journalist Ian Bailey on the garda intelligence collation system was so extensive that it must have been sanctioned at(...)