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Site at Chesterfield, Cross Avenue, Blackrock. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

A residents’ group has brought a High Court challenge to a Bord Pleanála decision to grant planning permission for more than 200 homes in Blackrock, C(...)

The judge ordered that the Nigerian passports, allegedly retained by solicitor Ashimedua Okonkwo since late 2017, be returned “forthwith”. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A solicitor’s retention of the passports of a Nigerian woman and her teenage daughter, currently in emergency accommodation, in a dispute over €1,500 (...)

Facebook argued before the Supreme Court last January that it is entitled to appeal the referral and also disputed several of the High Court’s findings. Photograph: Justin Sullivan/Getty

The Supreme Court will rule by June 6th on Facebook’s appeal over a High Court decision to refer key issues concerning the validity of European Commis(...)

The president of the High Court, Mr Justice Peter Kelly, said in order to have a retail pharmacy business open it is a statutory requirement to have a pharmacist at the premises

A pharmacist found guilty of professional misconduct over allowing prescription and other medications to be supplied from his premises when there was (...)

The company was voluntarily wound up on May 1st, 2013 and a liquidator appointed. Photograph: iStock

A businessman and his mother have been restricted for five years from acting as directors of any company, unless it meets certain requirements, after (...)

 A fitness to practice committee in the UK had noted the doctor  had said he was “not racist” but believed, inter alia, that Indian doctors “will be the downfall of the NHS” and Indians “should clean toilets, not practise medicine”.

The president of the High Court has suspended a doctor from the medical register, saying he was registered after making dishonest representations and (...)

The campaigners against the Heathrow expansion said  the UK government’s national policy statement setting out its support for the project failed to properly deal with the impact on air quality, climate change, noise and congestion.  Photograph: Oli Scarff/Getty Images

Campaigners trying to block Heathrow expansion have lost a high court challenge against controversial plans for a third runway. A group of councils, (...)

INM remains highly profitable (12.4 per cent profit margin last year) and many of its titles still lead the market, albeit with declining circulations. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

More than 13 years after he first invested in Independent News & Media, businessman Denis O’Brien yesterday sold just over half his stake as part (...)

Under the deal, non-EEA fishers working on Irish vessels are to receive a contract of employment in their native language and will have the right to switch working to a different ship without facing the threat of deportation.  File image: Reuters/Andrew Kelly

Migrants working on Irish fishing boats are to be given enhanced protections to ensure their employment rights are respected and to protect them from (...)

Former solicitor Michael Lynn pictured on Tuesday afternoon  leaving court. Photograph: Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin

Letters sent to the Director of Public Prosecutions on behalf of struck-off solicitor Michael Lynn claimed the State was trying to “nail” an “innocent(...)

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