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This feeling of unease has been expressed by others who spoke to The Irish Times, including homeless people, members of the LGBT community and business owners. Photograph: Getty

As more people return to Dublin city centre after the pandemic, many have noticed an increase in assaults and report an increasing sense of unease (...)

Mr Justice John Cooke was somewhat solitary with a lifestyle that was simple and unostentatious. Photograph: David Sleator

Born: May 7th, 1944 Died: April 28th, 2022 As a senior counsel and judge of the Court of First Instance of the European Union and our own High Court(...)

Mr Justice Brian O’Moore said he was satisfied to approve a scheme of arrangement put together by the firm’s examiner.  Photograph: iStock

The High Court has approved a survival scheme that will allow a Co Louth-based company that makes magnesium-based heat-resistant products to successfu(...)

A businessman operating two coffee shops and retail outlets has claimed his prosecution under the Misuse of Drugs Act over selling products containing CBD breaches EU law.

A businessman operating two coffee shops and retail outlets has claimed his prosecution under the Misuse of Drugs Act over selling products containing(...)

Seán Quinn said he was prepared to give an undertaking if he could access a road built by him 20 years ago. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

High Court proceedings aimed at preventing former billionaire Seán Quinn from trespassing on lands owned by the group of companies he set up were adjo(...)

Sonya Egan (42) pleaded guilty to harassing Mr O’Brien and Ms O’Connell. Photograph: Provision

A Sinn Féin TD and a businesswoman were both subjected to a horrific campaign of harassment by a woman who falsely claimed they had bullied her, a cou(...)

Green Party leader Eamon Ryan  said “They have strong views and they are entitled to that, but we manage it in our way”. File photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Green Party leader Eamon Ryan says he is confident two party TDs who voted against the Government in the Dáil on Wednesday over the National Maternity(...)

Tánaiste Leo Varadkar said direct rule was not a viable long-term alternative to devolution. Photograph: Tom Honan

Some of the most petulant reaction to the latest protocol row has come from Fine Gael, which may explain unwise comments on direct rule and a Border p(...)

Seán Quinn was alleged to have driven his E-Class Mercedes on lands owned by his former company, including Swanlinbar Quarry. Photograph: Collins

Two companies that were part of the former Quinn group have launched High Court proceedings against the former billionaire businessman and the group’s(...)

The proceedings were lodged earlier this week in the High Court. Photograph: iStock

A journalist has initiated defamation proceedings against the wife of former senator and Sunday Independent columnist Eoghan Harris over posts from a (...)

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