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Jim Allister’s legal team argued that hotel development was seen as key for the borough and contended that there was a bias towards securing planning approval at all costs.

TUV leader Jim Allister has won his legal challenge to planning permission for a new £20 million (€21.5 million) hotel and leisure resort near Portste(...)

Nuala Johnson with her daughter Rebecca arrive at the funeral of Richard  Johnson. at the Church of the Sacred Heart, Donnybrook, Dublin. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Former High Court president Mr Justice Richard “Ricky” Johnson was a “man of substance” who never shied away from controversy in his defence of the ju(...)

Departure: Outgoing Ryanair COO Peter Bellew. Photograph: Ralph Orlowski / Reuters.

Ryanair is taking legal action against outgoing chief operations officer Peter Bellew, who is continuing to work out his notice at the Irish airline. (...)

Wanda Vazquez, former secretary of justice, is sworn in as Governor of Puerto Rico by supreme court justice Maite Oronoz. Photograph: Reuters

Puerto Rico got its third governor in less than a week on Wednesday just hours after the bankrupt U.S. territory’s supreme court ruled that Pedro Pier(...)

Dr Bassam Naser: Letters describe him as ‘literally a hero’, ‘unlike anyone I have ever known’ and ‘a vital part of the community’. Photograph: Alan Betson

More than half of the public correspondence received by Department of Justice last year on the subject of sentencing related to the imprisonment of a (...)

Earlier this week, certain aspects of the group’s brands and intellectual property were sold to online retailers Boohoo. Photograph: PA

The High Court has appointed provisional liquidators to the Irish arm of the well-known fashion retailer Karen Millen. Mr Justice David Keane on Wed(...)

Employees of Harland and  Wolff with Labour shadow chancellor, John McDonnell at the gates of the Belfast shipyard. Photograph: Liam McBurney/PA

A major part of the industrial fabric of Belfast appeared on the verge of coming to an end after the Harland and Wolff shipyard went into administrati(...)

SEC insists shorter timeframe will ‘not impact the quality or accuracy’ of results .

Speeding up the correcting process for this year’s Leaving Cert means it is unlikely that all quality assurance measures will be completed on time, ac(...)

The Four Courts, Dublin. The Bangladeshi businessman, in his 30s, has lived here since 2013 and had built up a “successful” restaurant business that he operated using a temporary work permit.  Photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

A failed asylum seeker was put in prison for more than a month, despite presenting himself for deportation three times on previous occasions, the High(...)

File photo. Photograph: Alan Betson

Why are hospital consultants considering strike action in the autumn Senior medical specialists represented by the Irish Medical Organisation (IMO) ar(...)

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