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Housing protesters have complied with orders directing them to end their occupation of 41 Belvedere Place in Dublin 1. Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times.

Protesters have complied with orders directing them to end their occupation of a building in Dublin’s north inner city, the High Court has been told. (...)

Garda Fintan Smith told  a Garda Compensation hearing that  his girlfriend’s brother headbutted him, leaving him with a bloody nose and a black eye.

A garda, who went to the assistance of colleagues restraining a man outside a Co Donegal nightclub, found that the belligerent person was a brother of(...)

 The High Court was told on Monday the proposed transfer of the woman to a nursing home had caused her  such “great distress” it has not yet happened.

The home care situation of an elderly woman caused a public health nurse such concern she alerted the HSE which sought a High Court order for the woma(...)

Supt David Taylor requested he be allowed retire the day after he  was suspended from his duties.  Photograph: Niall Carson/ PA Wire

Supt David Taylor will receive a lump sum of more than €100,000 and a yearly pension of about €34,000 on his retirement which is expected to be approv(...)

Judge said the advocacy group Sage  should ensure what it says about the case is “accurate and comprehensive” and “does not give rise to a possible misunderstanding of the situation by members of the public”

A man in his sixties with severe epilepsy and brain disease who was at the centre of the first ever High Court sitting in a nursing home is to remain (...)

 Sgt  Conor Gilmartin form Cloyne, Co Cork, pictured leaving the Four Courts  on Monday after a High Court Garda Compensation hearing. Photograph:  Collins Courts

A garda sergeant, who was for several years harassed and intimidated by false claims posted about him on the internet, was awarded €8,000 damages at a(...)

Saulius Smaleckas (38), of Ashbrook Manor, Cavan,  at the Four Courts  this week. Photograph: Collins Courts

Jessica Mahon, Claire Hickey, David Warren, Mary Brown, Alan Byrne and Le Chang must have seemed like any other customers when they took out car insur(...)

Seán Gallagher and Martin McGuinness on RTÉ’s ‘Frontline’ during the 2011 presidential election campaign. Photograph: RTÉ

Presidential candidate Seán Gallagher received €130,000 last year in a legal settlement arising from the RTÉ Frontline programme during the 2011 presi(...)

Mr Justice John Hedigan  presided over the long running unsuccessful civil jury action for damages by Ian Bailey.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The Attorney General has paid tribute to Mr Justice John Hedigan, who has retired as a judge of the Court of Appeal, for his many years of “dedicated (...)

The scene off Prussia Street this afternoon as notices were posted on the mobile homes. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The High Court has ordered that seven mobile homes occupied by up to 25 adults and children must be immediately vacated and removed from a commercial (...)

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