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An artist’s impression of Cairn Homes’ proposals for Chesterfield House, which planners approved on Friday.

Builder Cairn Homes has secured permission to build more than 200 dwellings in an area where such properties are selling for €300,000-€600,000. An Bo(...)

Gardaí did not carry out a new investigation when a woman made a complaint as an adult in 2010 over  alleged child abuse, the High Court has heard.  File photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Gardaí did not carry out a new investigation when a woman, who is suing her father for allegedly sexually abusing her as a child and facilitating neig(...)

The changes are being introduced in the wake of a High Court challenge taken by Wexford student Rebecca Carter. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw

This year’s Leaving Cert students will have to wait just 48 hours after they get their exam results to find out if they have a college place. Up unti(...)

The Central Bank said Irish-based insurers need to work more on plans for their recovery or wind-down should they run into trouble.

Central Bank deputy governor Ed Sibley has backed calls for new guidelines for judges on personal injury awards in order to reduce variations in court(...)

Friends of the Irish Environment director Tony Lowes (front) and colleagues pictured on Friday morning. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

A High Court judge has ordered the developers of a €500 million liquefied natural gas processing terminal in the Shannon estuary not to begin construc(...)

Eamonn Murphy said he has made a criminal complaint about the HSE’s ‘MyOptions’ and against the Minister for Health. Photograph: Collins

The Health Services Executive has secured a temporary High Court injunction against a man who has allegedly set up a misleading website that is confus(...)

‘Cairn will submit a formal application in due course,’ the company said. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Proposals for 420 new homes face a potential delay after planners have told the builder, Cairn Homes, that it would be unlikely to get permission for (...)

Seán Dunne: Connecticut magistrate Judge Robert Spector found that Mr Dunne failed to provide emails from three Gmail accounts and two accounts connected with his Irish firm Mountbrook to his US bankruptcy trustee. Photograph: Collins Courts

Bankrupt property developer Seán Dunne should be held in contempt for a third time for failing to produce emails disclosing details of his business de(...)

James Gough claims the Association of Irish Racehorse Owners council has arranged the nomination in such a manner that there is no election for the position on the HRI board.  Photograph: Collins Courts

A legal action has been brought over the process used by the Association of Irish Racehorse Owners (AIRO) to select its representative on the board of(...)

No child could have “made up” the type of graphic detail provided in the case of a woman suing her father for allegedly abusing her, and facilitating (...)

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