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Ms Justice Iseult O’Malley (above) quashed the board’s decision to appoint a new principal

A Co Wicklow primary school principal has won a court challenge against her demotion. Nora Kelly, principal of St Joseph’s National School in Valleymo(...)

Fianna Fáil senator Mark Daly who has secured the signatures of one third of Senators supporting recall of the Seanad.

The Seanad is likely to be recalled from holidays before the end of this month to discuss the law on organ donation which is covered by an EU directiv(...)

 John Dundon who is on trial for the murder of Garryowen player Shane Geoghegan in 2008.

The prosecution has closed its case in the trial of Limerick man John Dundon, who is accused of murdering rugby player Shane Geoghegan almost five yea(...)

Businessman Sean Quinn who along with eight members  of his family has failed in abid to get injunctions on bank accounts lifted by the courts. Photograph:  Dara Mac Dónaill/ The Irish Times

The High Court has refused applications by bankrupt businessman Sean Quinn and eight of his family members to discharge injunctions restraining all or(...)

Ann Ó  Ceallaigh: has three weeks to appeal the decision but has indicated she will not be challenging it for financial reasons. Photograph: Collins/Courts

A home birth midwife has had her name removed from the nurses’ register after being found guilty of professional misconduct over the management of a w(...)

Unlike so many of his peers, Richard Barrett apparently never gave the sort of personal guarantees that have been their ruin. Photograph: Eric Luke

Hats off to Richard Barrett, the property developer who turned an accusation of fraud by Nama into a settlement in which he walked away with a €5 mill(...)

It has been reported that Danske Bank appointed a receiver to John Perry’s assets on July 22nd.   Photograph: Ints Kalnins/Reuters

Danske Bank will move quickly to sell the property assets it has seized from John Perry, the Minister of State for Small Business, against whom it rec(...)

Mountjoy Square, Dublin. Earlier this week, a bank-appointed receiver over 31 Mountjoy Square East, where a party was supposed to take place, had asked the High Court for an injunction preventing the event from going ahead. Photograph: Alan Betson

A weekend-long “squat party” advertised on Facebook for a Dublin city centre property this weekend may still go ahead, despite the High Court being to(...)

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan: prepared, in principle, to support the proposal to merge Naas and Newbridge credit unions. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has agreed in principle to the merger of the Naas and Newbridge credit unions following a request from the Central(...)

A file photo showing  rescuers, soldiers and civilians, digging with their  hands in the  rubble after the bombing of  McGurk’s bar in  Belfast. Photograph: PA

Families of the victims of one of Northern Ireland’s worst terrorist atrocities are planning to start a legal bid to obtain a report into the killing(...)

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