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A vulnerable woman aged in her 60s with schizophrenia who wants to return home to live remains unaware her home has been sold by court order, the High Court has heard. File photograph: Brien O’Brien/The Irish Times

A vulnerable woman aged in her 60s with schizophrenia who wants to return home to live remains unaware her home has been sold by court order, the High(...)

Dr Gabriel Scally: according to his report, disclosure of the audit occurred in just 43 cases. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell

At least 120 women who were not told of an audit of their smear tests under the CervicalCheck screening programme are to receive ex-gratia payments of(...)

One ex-staff member, who had been with the company for several years and worked seven days a week, is unable to get social welfare benefits, said solicitor Owen Swaine.

Former employees of a well known Galway-based pub have brought High Court proceedings arising out of the “sudden, abrupt” and allegedly unlawful termi(...)

Roisin Jordan: became the first woman county chairperson in GAA history after getting the top job with Tyrone in 2014. Photograph: tyronegaa.ie

The first woman to chair a GAA county board has settled a libel action over claims of “penny-pinching” within Tyrone’s association.* Roisin Jordan de(...)

Ruth Morrissey and her husband Paul speaking outside the High Court after winning her case. File photograph: Michelle Devane/PA Wire

A statement issued by the solicitor of Ruth Morrissey, a terminally ill woman with cervical cancer, has accused the Minister for Health and his depart(...)

Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan has revealed that the Garda Commissioner ‘is open to considering other industry-funded proposals to combat insurance fraud’. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Garda Commissioner Drew Harris has re-opened the door to the insurance industry funding the fight against fraud, as latest figures show six new crimin(...)

Damien Singleton (left) has been charged with the murder of Peter Donnelly (right) on O’Connell St in Dublin on Tuesday morning. Photograph: via Facebook

A 28-year-old man has been remanded in custody after he was charged with the murder of his friend who was fatally stabbed to on Dublin’s O’Connell Str(...)

Dr Gabriel Scally is to be commended on his investigations into CervicalCheck, which were prompted by widespread public concern in the aftermath of Vicky Phelan’s court case last year and subsequent revelations of undisclosed audits.  Photograph:  Crispin Rodwell

Dr Gabriel Scally is to be commended on his investigations into CervicalCheck, which were prompted by widespread public concern in the aftermath of Vi(...)

Legal papers set out that Brian Nelson, a former British soldier who died in 2003, was actively involved in targeting the plaintiff and others for murder.

A gun victim who claims a British army spy targeted him for murder is to receive £90,000 in damages, the High Court in Belfast heard on Wednesday. Ea(...)

Medical equipment seller Eurosurgical Ltd, which is in liquidation, paid €12.4 million, making it the biggest settlement on the list.

A pub featured in sitcom Father Ted, a company owned by a well-known developer and a defunct medical equipment seller were among the tax defaulters hi(...)

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