Four Courts

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Fegan’s 1924 Cafe is on  Chancery Street, a short walk from the Four Courts. Photograph: Google Street View

A cafe located behind Dublin’s Four Courts has been operating a sit-in service for almost three weeks ahead of the permitted reopening of cafes and re(...)

The five office buildings for sale on Merchants Quay, Dublin

Five adjoining modern and period office buildings on Dublin’s Merchants Quay, directly opposite the Four Courts, are to be offered for sale on the in(...)

During Easter Week 1916, Frank Shouldice and his brother Jack fought with the Irish Volunteers at the Four Courts. Frank trained his rifle on British (...)

Offenders first appear at District Courts when they are accused of more serious criminal offences, which go on to be heard at the Circuit Criminal Court and the Central Criminal Court. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Courts in some areas are likely to close if impending industrial action by gardaí goes ahead from Friday. District Courts around the country will bea(...)

Lawyers say criminal cases at the Central Criminal Court in Dublin, pictured, and throughout the country would be halted by the proposed  strikes by gardaí. Photograph: Collins Courts

It will be practically impossible for criminal cases to proceed if the strikes planned by gardaí go ahead, lawyers have warned. Civil cases, particul(...)

The former chief executive of the Rehab Group, Angela Kerins, arriving at the High Court in Dublin this morning. Photograph: Collins Courts

Angela Kerins sat listening in the Four Courts as her lawyer outlined the details of her High Court judicial review case against the Dáil’s public acc(...)

The scaffolding at the Four Courts in Dublin

The dome of the Four Courts in Dublin is in a parlous state and will soon be surrounded by scaffolding so that meticulous repairs can be carried out, (...)