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Campaigner Vicky Phelan said the tribunal was ‘a slap in the face’ for the women affected by the CervicalCheck controversy. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The CervicalCheck Tribunal, which was due to start its work on Tuesday, has been postponed for “a number of days”, the Government said on Monday night(...)

 Winner of €3.3m Lottery win in 2011 alleged the full implications of  advice she was given was  never explained to her. Photograph:  Chris Maddaloni/Collins

A woman taken to court by her stepson for a share in a 2011 €3.3 million Lotto win cannot sue the former operator of the National Lottery for alleged (...)

Comptroller’s report notes performance-related payments of €479,000 were awarded to 56 staff at Nama in 2019. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The State is facing an outstanding liability of more than €3.6 billion arising from personal injury and negligence cases, the report of the Comptrolle(...)

The case concerning RTÉ arose from its efforts to obtain details of a €100 million loan given to University College Cork  by the European Investment Bank.

The Supreme Court, in important judgments affecting application of the Freedom of Information Act, has ruled public bodies are required to justify ref(...)

The Court of Appeal ruled that the sentencing judge had erred in fully suspending a four-year sentence imposed at Galway Circuit Criminal Court

A Mayo man who left a soldier with life-changing injuries following a one-punch attack outside a Galway nightclub is facing 18 months in prison after (...)

Denis O’Brien has waged a five-year legal battle with Red Flag. File photograph: Collins Courts

Businessman Denis O’Brien has filed a renewed legal attempt to gain access to communications such as texts and emails about him between the public rel(...)

 Patrick Quirke of Breanshamore, Co Tipperary: jailed for  the murder of 52-year-old Bobby Ryan. Photograph:  Collins Courts

The Court of Appeal has heard that an appeal by Tipperary farmer, Patrick Quirke, against his conviction last year for the murder of Bobby Ryan could (...)

A spokeswoman for Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment Leo Varadkar  said  the statutory increase due under the sectoral employment order for the construction industry would take effect from the beginning of October. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell/ The Irish Times

The Government has rejected suggestions from the constructions industry that it should intervene to defer pay rises due to thousands of building worke(...)

Emma De Souza with her husband, Jake. Photograph: Alan Lewis

Members of the public have donated more than £25,000 since last Friday to cover the legal bill faced by campaigner Emma DeSouza. Ms DeSouza, from Mag(...)

31/07/2020 - NEWS - Angela Denning CEO of the Courts Service, Phoenix House.  Photograph Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

A greatly expanded number of jury trials are to be held in the Circuit Criminal Court from September, with hotels and even a GAA club being used to em(...)

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