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John Dundon: on trial for the murder of Shane Geoghegan

A wheelchair-bound John Dundon appeared in a state of undress before the Special Criminal Court today to hear that his trial for the murder of Garryow(...)

 Christopher Fitzpatrick carries his grandson Leon to his son’s funeral at the Church of the Holy Trinity, Donaghmede, followed by Dean’s partner Sarah O’Rourke. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The mother of stabbing victim Dean Fitzpatrick was unable to attend his funeral this morning due to illness. Audrey Fitzpatrick became unwell last nig(...)

John Dundon

A Limerick man due to go on trial for murder at the Special Criminal Court tomorrow morning was tonight being treated in hospital after going on hunge(...)

It is “a matter of urgency” that judges are able to obtain reports on the welfare of a child when dealing with marriage breakdown proceedings, High Co(...)

Fr Oliver Kennedy with NI Agriculture Minister Michelle O’Neill Photograph: Stephen Davison

The EU proposal to ban eel fishing on Lough Neagh and close the Toome eel fishery might spell the end of a centuries-long battle between the lough’s e(...)

Ulster Bank: obtained a summary judgment against the Kildare property developer. Photograph: Alan Betson

An Irish property developer, Eugene O’Neill, who came to prominence after he backed out of a deal to sell apartments in Dublin during the height of th(...)

Michael McAteer: in talks with three companies interested in investing in the ‘Sunday Business Post’. Photograph: David Sleator

The examiner for the company which owns the Sunday Business Post is confident an investor will be found to secure the paper’s future, the High Court h(...)

Christopher Fitzpatrick, father of  Dean Fitzpatrick, leaves the Four Courts with his late son’s partner Sarah O’Rourke after a High Court hearing. Photograph: Collins Courts

A dispute over the funeral arrangements of Dean Fitzpatrick, who was killed last Saturday in a stabbing incident, has been resolved following High Cou(...)

TD Joan Collins is seeking an urgent hearing of her High Court action aimed at preventing the planned payment next month by the Government of a further €25m in promissory notes. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien / The Irish Times

United Left TD Joan Collins is seeking an urgent hearing of her High Court action aimed at preventing the planned payment next month by the Government(...)

Director of Corporate Enforcement Ian Drennan: His office issued 198 notices last year to 79 liquidators advising them that they were in default of their statutory reporting obligations. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The behaviour of liquidators is set to come under greater scrutiny from the Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement as the number of company f(...)

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