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MacDonncha & Anor -v- Minister for Education and Skills & OrsHigh CourtJudgment was delivered on May 29th, 2013 by Mr Justice Gerard HoganJudg(...)

Examiner Michael McAteer agreed the outline of a deal with finance house Key Capital and businessman Paul Cooke yesterday  to buy the Sunday title, which has been under High Court protection from its creditors for the last three months. Photograph: David Sleator

The proposed rescue deal for the Sunday Business Post is likely to involve a €1.2 million investment and cuts of about 30 per cent in the cost of runn(...)

Financier Key Capital and businessman Paul Cooke look poised to rescue the Sunday Business Post newspaper after opening talks with examiner Michael McAteer earlier today.

Barry O’HalloranFinancier Key Capital and businessman Paul Cooke look poised to rescue the Sunday Business Post newspaper after opening talks with exa(...)

Katie Fortune, of Carrigeenshinnagh, Lough Dan, Roundwood, Co Wicklow, leaving court on Thursday after the High Court hearing. Photograph: Collins Courts

A High Court judge has overturned an order for demolition of a family home erected without planning permission near Lough Dan in Co Wicklow. Katie For(...)

Three judges will  hear the High Court action by United Left TD Joan Collins against the Government’s promissory note payments. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

A three judge High Court will next October hear the High Court action by United Left TD Joan Collins against the Government’s promissory note payme(...)

File photo of an imprisoned Mau Mau soldier in Kenya. Photograph: Three Lions/Getty Images

Britain expressed regret on today about the abuse of Kenyans by colonial forces during the Mau Mau insurgency in the 1950s and announced a compensatio(...)

Four Courts: Eileen Culloty has apologised to her parish priest in Co Kerry over false abuse allegations.

A woman has apologised at the High Court to a priest whom she falsely accused of abusing her. Eileen Culloty, who lives beside the presbytery in Curro(...)

Thomas ‘Slab’ Murphy Murphy (60), Ballybinaby, Hackballscross, Co Louth, is being prosecuted on nine charges of failing to furnish tax returns for the years from 1996/97 to 2004. Potograph: Dara Mac Dónaill /The Irish Times

The Supreme Court has unanimously ruled Thomas “Slab” Murphy has the right to challenge the constitutionality of a law under which tax charges agai(...)

Taxing master Declan O’Neill made his decision after the State Claims Agency contested the bill of costs in the case of a young girl with cerebral palsy who received €1.9 million last year in partial settlement of her High Court action over negligence in the treatment of her mother while pregnant.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The taxing master cut fees for lawyers in a medical negligence case by up to 50 per cent and ordered that the State should not have to cover the full (...)

A retired teacher has settled a High Court action for damages over claims he was subjected to alleged bullying. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

A retired teacher has settled a High Court action for damages over claims he was subjected to alleged bullying - including homophobic incidents - whil(...)

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