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Ian Bailey has been excused from attending today’s hearing at the High Court. File photograph: Brian Lawless/PA

Mr Justice Paul Burns will on Tuesday formalise his order in the High Court after delivering a judgement earlier this month in which he refused the su(...)

 Many businesses and shops in Cork city have been left under a metre of water after significant flooding hit several streets last week. Photograph: Seamus J Kearney/PA Wire.

Redesigning a key part of the €150 million Lower Lee Flood Relief Scheme designed to protect Cork city centre could delay the project by up to five ye(...)

Limerick manager John Kiely addresses his squad at Croke Park. They face a league final and Munster championship opener against Clare at Semple Stadium on Sunday. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

In one way, nowhere was an enforced rupture to the intercounty season less welcome than in Limerick. By the end of the league, they were like a race (...)

Ian Bailey was convicted in his absence in France in 2019 of Sophie Toscan du Plantier’s killing. Photograph: Paul Faith/AFP via Getty

A lawyer acting for the family of murdered Frenchwoman Sophie Toscan du Plantier has urged the Minister for Justice to appeal a High Court decision no(...)

Vicky Phelan said on Thursday there was ‘a lot wrong’ with the Government’s plans for the tribunal. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times.

Campaigner Vicky Phelan has said the Cervical Check Tribunal is “not fit for purpose” and that she feels forced to advise affected patients not to eng(...)

Amarenco Solar plans to begin building eight solar power plants. Photograph: iStock

Energy business Amarenco Solar is borrowing €12 million in bonds to finance its growth in the Republic and international markets. Amarenco confirmed (...)

Former INM chairman Leslie Buckley is attempting to have two inspectors withdrawn from investigating matters at the media group. Photograph:  Dara Mac Donaill

Former INM chairman Leslie Buckley’s bid to have two inspectors withdrawn from investigating matters at INM is a “deliberate” and “baseless” attempt t(...)

The €2 billion scheme, announced as part of the Government’s July stimulus package, provides low-cost loans to businesses impacted by the pandemic with up to 80 per cent guaranteed by the State.

Up to 1,250 Irish businesses have been “recommended” for State-backed coronavirus loans, according to a senior official at the Department of Enterpris(...)

The Monsoon Store on Grafton Street in Dublin. Mr Justice Denis McDonald found that a UK creditors voluntary arrangement was not entitled to be recognised here in relation to both landlords’ lease agreements with Monsoon companies. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Two Irish landlords of the liquidated Monsoon business have won a High Court challenge in which they claimed their leases to the women’s fashion store(...)

Mr Justice Kevin Cross said only cases with a ‘genuine urgency will get the go ahead. File photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Personal injuries actions before the High Court will not go ahead during the Level 5 coronavirus restrictions unless they are urgent, the judge in cha(...)

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