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Michael D’Arcy, Heather Humphreys and commission chairman  Nicholas Kearns present the findings of the final report of the Personal Injuries Commission. Photograph: Iain White/Fennell Photography

Compensation for personal injury claims in the Republic is among the “most generous in Europe” with a high risk of abuse because the risk of prosecuti(...)

If implemented immediately the court ruling would have led to the immediate release of 93 involuntary patients, including 15 from the Central Mental Hospital. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Government does not intend to appeal a court ruling which found nearly 100 people are being unconstitutionally detained in mental health facilitie(...)

Historian Mary Beard (L) with Leo Varadkar and Marcella Corcoran Kennedy at the International Congress of Parliamentary Women’s Caucuses at Dublin castle today. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Irish politicians could be facilitated to take a year off work when they have children in a practice similar to other counties, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar(...)

The High Court had ruled Pierce Dillon was not entitled to a judicial review against Catholic University School.

The Court of Appeal has overturned the High Court’s refusal to allow a teacher at a south Dublin private fee-paying school legally challenge how it de(...)

A priest helps rescue workers carry the body of one of the 15 people killed in the loyalist bombing  at McGurks’ pub in  Belfast in December 1971.  Photograph: Pat Langan

A High Court judge has dismissed an action aimed at blocking the PSNI’s Deputy Chief Constable Drew Harris from becoming the next Garda Commissioner. (...)

 Celyn Eadon arriving at Swinford District Court where he was charged with the murder of his mother Noreen  Kelly Eadon. File photograph: Keith Heneghan/Phocus.

The partner of a woman stabbed to death by her teenage son told an inquest into her death on Monday she should still be alive but for “a miscarriage o(...)

Judyta Rozmyslowicz’s door had been forcibly pushed open by gardaí after a garda claimed she had seen a hand move an upstairs lace curtain.

The suspicious movement of a net curtain at an upstairs window led gardaí to unlawfully force their way into a Co Dublin house in search of a man who (...)

  Mr Justice Michael Hanna was told  the applications arose following a recent Court of Appeal judgment which found there is no common law power permitting a hospital preventing patients with conditions like dementia leaving if they so desire.

A hospital has secured High Court orders preventing two of its patients with severe dementia from leaving the facility. In separate and unrelated ca(...)

Mr Sheehan claimed Breccia “took advantage” by buying loans obtained by him to purchase shares in the Blackrock Clinic for the purpose of now trying to acquire his shares. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The Court of Appeal has ruled that two shareholders in Dublin’s Blackrock Clinic are entitled to redeem their loans taken out to invest in the facilit(...)

Mary Walsh of Perssepark, Ballinasloe, Co Galway and David Walsh of Knocknagreena, Ballinasloe. Photographs: Collins.

A dispute between a woman and her stepson over a €3.3 million winning lottery ticket has been resolved, the Court of Appeal has heard. Mr Justice Ric(...)

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