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Most of Ian Bailey’s evidence to Gsoc related to his treatment at the hands of the gardaí during his arrests. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The findings of Gsoc’s 36-page report into Ian Bailey’s allegations of Garda corruption and attempts to frame him for the murder of Sophie Toscan du P(...)

The High Court was told Sinead O’Connor  told  Matheson solicitors she no longer wanted to be represented by them. File photograph: Cyril Byrne

Singer Sinead O’Connor may represent herself in actions brought against her by her former manager Fachtna O’Ceallaigh and his company over alleged def(...)

Angelo Cloonan  with his daughters, Stephanie (left) and Jenny (right) after the opening day of his High Court action late last year. File photograph: Collins

A man who sued the HSE after his wife took her own life a day after she was discharged from hospital is entitled to €263,000 damages, a High Court jud(...)

An Algerian man’s counsel told the High Court there was  a danger his client’s rights under Article 3 of the European Convention of Human Rights, which prohibits torture and being subjected to inhuman and degrading treatment, would be breached if he was returned to Algeria.

The High Court will rule later on a challenge to another refusal by the Minister for Justice to revoke a deportation order made against an Algerian ma(...)

Frances O Driscoll told the High Court that after the accident she missed ‘walking, dancing and swimming’. Photograph: Collins Courts

A woman who suffered catastrophic injuries when she was struck by iron bars protruding from a passing trailer while out for a morning walk has sued at(...)

A High Court order will allow a   hospital detain the 15-year-old girl and administer such treatment as it considers necessary, including naso-gastric feeding.

A judge has made orders allowing for the transfer to hospital of a teenage girl with severe anorexia nervosa due to mounting concerns her health is at(...)

Simon Harris: he has insisted that all legal provisions to allow for abortion services will be in place by the end of the year

The Government has conceded it will not now be possible to introduce legislation on abortion before the summer break, significantly extending the time(...)

Counsel for Emma Mhic Mathúna and two other women told the High Court they required production of cervical smear slides so that appropriate pathologists and clinicians could study and report on them. File photograph: Dominick Walsh

The HSE is treating the provision of documentation and cervical smear slides involving three women affected by the CervicalCheck controversy, includin(...)

Sally Cox, widow of  John Richard Cox, told the High Court a transfer of property  was in consideration of the natural love and affection her husband bore for her and is valid, effective and enforceable.

A High Court judge has urged a mother and her four children to try and resolve a dispute concerning the valuable estate in Co Louth of the late and le(...)

Linda Hussey Smith and Gordon Smith (Light blue shirt)  leaving the Four Courts on Tuesday escorted by gardaí. Photograph: Collins Courts

A couple have been freed from custody after they apologised before the High Court and purged their contempt over their failure to obey a High Court or(...)

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