Consultant engineer Michael Reilly, of Ballycullen, Mullinahone, Co Tipperary, had sued Iconic Newspapers, publishers of the Kilkenny People, over a report in its February 19th, 2016

A man who failed in a defamation action over a court report is facing a six-figure legal bill following a High Court order requiring him to pay the fu(...)

An application to renew the boy’s passport was made in February, but no decision has been made. Photograph: iStock

The State is expected to oppose an application for renewal of the Irish passport of a seven-year-old boy. The boy, an Irish citizen, is currently i(...)

The RSA says he must show he is validly resident here which means he has to show he has a visa

A High Court judge will give his decision later on a challenge by a Chinese man to a refusal to renew his Irish driving licence because he does not ha(...)

The High Court heard the teacher  also denies slapping the student’s bottom.

A teacher who denies he said to a female pupil: “Call me tonight at 10.30, I have the house to myself”, has been given permission by the High Court to(...)

Joanna Jordan from Dun Laoghaire outside the High Court last month. Photograph: Collins

The State and Referendum Commission are entitled to their legal costs, estimated at more than €200,000, of successfully opposing two separate bids to (...)

Joe Costello leaving the Four Courts on Monday  after his  High Court action was adjourned until Tuesday. Photograph: Collins

The next Dáil will be unconstitutional unless new laws increasing the number of TDs are implemented before a general election is called, the High Cour(...)

Jerry Beades told the court he wanted the order set aside and an opportunity to ‘clear his name’. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

A legal action brought over the sale of prize-winning cattle belonging to a Co Cork family has been adjourned. More than 1,000 cows and calves belong(...)

John Fagan  leaving the Four Courts  yesterday after the opening day of his High Court action for damages.  Photograph: Collins/Courts

A man who claims he was knocked down by gardaí in riot gear as they advanced against protesters in north Dublin city centre during Queen Elizabeth’s v(...)

William Binchy: the Government “falsely claims that it is bound to take this step because of the judgment of the European Court of Human Rights, whereas, in fact, the judgment merely requires clarity in our law.’’ Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The Government was proposing, for the first time since Independence, to pass a law prescribing the death of innocent human beings, Prof William(...)