Harlow has become the first town in Britain to officially ban Travellers. The council obtained a temporary court injunction that protects nearly 500 plots of land. Photograph: Eastnews Press Agency

An English local authority has won an unprecedented high court injunction banning three families of Irish Travellers from setting up illegal encampmen(...)

Happy Agamah,  Rathfarnham, Dublin,   who claims he has been the victim of violence, intimidation and racist abuse,  leaving the Four Courts  after a High Court hearing. Photograph:  Courts Collins

A local authority has been ordered by the High Court to deliver up all information in its possession concerning the case of a man who claims he has be(...)

The High Court has approved a Personal Insolvency Arrangement (PIA) for a retired businessman who has liabilities of €10m.In what is believed to be th(...)

Liudas Vaisvilas, with an address at Glenveagh Court, Letterkenny, Co Donegal pleaded guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal to sexual assault at Terminal 2 in Dublin Airport on April 10th,2014.

A former Russian Special Forces soldier who said he was suffering flashbacks when he wrestled a teenage girl to the ground and sexually assaulted her (...)

 A man wheels a rubbish bin past Continuity IRA  graffiti on an alley wall in West Belfast. File Photograph: Paul McErlane/Reuters

A man accused of being at meetings where suspected Continuity IRA chiefs plotted terror attacks must remain in custody, a Belfast High Court judge rul(...)

 Richard Shelley pictured leaving the Four Courts  after giving evidence in a High Court action taken by Ian Bailey. Photograph:   Collins Courts

Ian Bailey was upset and crying when he put his arms around a man and said: “I did it, I did it”, a High Court jury has been told. Richie Shelley said(...)

A Belfast man has begun High Court proceedings after he featured on a Facebook page about alleged paramilitary informers. His legal team are seeking (...)

In a High Court decision, Mr Justice Eamon deValera ruled Vincent Thompson was entitled to succeed in his damages claim against Dublin Bus. Dublin Bus was successful in appealing this finding, however. File photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

The Supreme Court has overturned a finding that Dublin Bus breached its statutory duty to provide safe equipment to a bus driver who was injured when (...)

Wael Mohamed’s family   have settled their High Court action for €262,700. Mr Mohamed died when the Tit Bonhomme trawler sank outside Glandore Harbour, Co Cork. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The family of an Egyptian fisherman who died when the Tit Bonhomme trawler sank outside Glandore Harbour, Co Cork have settled their High Court action(...)

Solicitor Brian O’Donnell, arriving back to Gorse Hill in Killiney after a High Court Hearing into an application for a trespass order was adjourned. John Martin from the ‘New Land League’ (right) opened the gates. Photograph: Alan Betson

Dublin solicitor Brian O’Donnell arrived back at the Killiney property on Thursday night – and into a situation where a member of the Land League got (...)