Architect’s image of St Anne’s Park development: Successful challenges have been taken to more than one board strategic housing development permission for a particular development, as happened when a company of Pat Crean’s Marlet group sought permission, initially for 536 dwellings, later 657, on lands near the park in Raheny.

Minister of State Peter Burke says that “an industry” has now been created where judicial reviews are being taken against planning decisions, clogging(...)

The former RSAII executive admitted his participation in the breach at an early stage of the investigation, and co-operated with the Central Bank to “an exemplary degree”. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The Central Bank has fined former RSA Insurance Ireland chief financial officer Rory O’Connor €70,000 and disqualified him from working in a regulated(...)

The RSA building in Dundrum, Dublin.  The claimants allege the company   made misleading statements on its financial position before the accounting irregularities were reported. The issue blew a large hole in the Irish unit’s balance sheet and dented the group’s capital position. Photograph: John Reid/Fennell Photography

UK insurance giant RSA Group has vowed to “robustly” defend itself as dozens of investors have sued it over the impact of an accounting scandal in its(...)

A primary school headteacher sacked after having sex with two 17-year-old boys he met through a gay dating app has been awarded nearly £700,000 (€815,000) compensation by a tribunal.  Photograph: iStock

A primary school headteacher sacked after having sex with two 17-year-old boys he met through a gay dating app has been awarded nearly £700,000 (€815,(...)

Vizlegal is designed to make it easy to quickly find, track and save judgments, cases and other legal information. Photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Vizlegal is extending access to its legal search and tracking platform to Irish barristers and their staff. Vizlegal is designed to make it easy to q(...)

The regulator said individuals in RSA Insurance Ireland were able to “deliberately manipulate claim reserve estimates” by setting aside less money than needed for large insurance loss claims. Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

The Central Bank of Ireland has fined RSA Insurance Ireland €3.5 million for regulatory breaches relating to the accounting scandal at the general ins(...)

A copy of the edition of Time magazine that Tim Marks took from a rubbish bag after it was discarded on a flight that landed at  Shannon airport.

An airline security firm has been ordered to pay €29,000 to a man who it unfairly dismissed for taking a discarded copy of Time magazine from a rubbis(...)

 Mr Justice Michael Moriarty. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The Attorney General has led tributes to Mr Justice Michael Moriarty as he sat for the last time on Monday as a High Court judge. Attorney General Se(...)

Ann Marie Ryan was dismissed by UPC, now Virgin Media Ireland Ltd, on grounds of serious misconduct over the alleged breach of company policy in email usage.

A woman dismissed from her job for sharing emails containing what her former employer claimed to be vulgar and inappropriate material, may pursue her (...)

Ireland has the lowest number of judges per head of population in the EU. Photograph: Alan Betson

High Court judges are taking longer to reach decisions in cases, with some judgments being delayed for several years, latest figures show. After the (...)

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