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Gardaí are investigating the payment of money to criminals extorting building contractors on a Dublin City Council (offices pictured) housing scheme

A Garda investigation into payments to criminals extorting building contractors on a Dublin City Council housing scheme is examining what, if anything(...)

Sean Dunne: claimed last year he was unable to pay a near $10,000 (€9,185) penalty in his US case, saying he was effectively broke and earned just €200 a month

Court papers filed last week in Sean Dunne’s US bankruptcy case list his address in May 2019, around the time his US civil trial began, as a luxurious(...)

Court of Appeal has rejected a pre-trial appeal by Protégé International Group (Cyprus) Ltd and Avalon International Management Inc over costs security for their High Court case.

Two companies involved in bottling and distributing international spirits brands must provide €1 million security for legal costs in their action alle(...)

Developer Johnny Ronan. An Bord Pleanála’s permission for his 13-storey tower in Dublin’s docklands remains open to a judicial review challenge for eight weeks. Photograph: Collins

An Bord Pleanála has again granted permission for developer Johnny Ronan’s 13-storey tower beside Salesforce’s Dublin docklands headquarters, just six(...)

It was also alleged the woman made threats to kill while on an access visit

A woman has appeared at Dublin District Court charged with two counts of attempted murder of her infant twin sons. She was initially charged with ass(...)

A Dublin based company has claimed that the HSE has failed to honour a contract for the provision of 350 medical ventilators to treat those who contra(...)

Eileen O’Halloran is suing the PSNI and Ministry of Defence over alleged state collusion with the gang who carried out the attack in north Belfast in April 1975.

A hospital patient left traumatised after learning her husband had been seriously injured in a loyalist bombing can pursue a landmark claim for damage(...)

Cardinal George Pell leaves HM Prison Barwon, in Anakie, Victoria, Australia, on Tuesday. Photograph: EPA

Pope Francis has recalled the “persecution that Jesus suffered” and has prayed for those who suffer “unjust sentences” hours after Australia’s highest(...)

The High Court  judge made his comments in a ruling that approved a personal insolvency arrangement which has  allowed a 51-year-old man  write off debts of almost €300,000.

A High Court judge has criticised the “all too common” practice of practitioners copying and pasting paragraphs from court papers in other cases witho(...)

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