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 Solicitor Caroline Simons arriving at the Oireachtas Health Committee hearings, at Leinster House, Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke

Following the divergences in opinion among obstetricians and psychiatrists over the first two days of the hearings, it was hardly surprising th(...)

 John Dundon is seeking more time to prefer his defence in the case where he is charged with the murder of Limerick rugby player Shane Geoghegan.

A Limerick man accused of the murder of Garryowen rugby player Shane Geoghegan has brought a High Court action aimed at delaying the start of h(...)

 The Garda Ombudsman Commission was given, effectively, the same powers as the Garda. Photograph: Frank Miller

It was inevitable from the moment president Mary McAleese signed the Garda Síochána Act 2005 into law that the Garda Síochána Ombudsman Commiss(...)

Chief Justice Mrs Susan Denham has announced that the Supreme Court and Court of Criminal Appeal will sit in September this year in an effort to reduce a backlog of cases. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The Supreme Court and Court of Criminal Appeal will sit in September this year in an effort to ease pressure on the system. Chief Justic(...)

Medical council president Prof Kieran Murphy: not all psychiatrists worked in centres registered by the Mental Health Commission. Photograph: Eric Luke

Medical Council president Prof Kieran Murphy sought changes to the legislation allowing for two psychiatrists to grant an abortion in cases where a(...)

Medical Council president Kieran Murphy. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Imposing a requirement for three doctors to determine whether a pregnant woman was suicidal might cause unnecessary delay, Irish Medical Organi(...)

Mr Justice Moriarty ruled there was no error of law or breach of fair procedures in how the Circuit Court decided the matter

A five-year-old boy may get his Four in One and MMR vaccinations against his mother’s wishes following a decision of the High Court yesterday. (...)

Mr Justice Iarflaith O’Neill today ruled the upwards only rent review clause in the Council’s 20 year lease for its Kingram House headquarters off Fitzwilliam Square is not affected by a law banning upwards only rent reviews for business premises. Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

A company of developer Johnny Ronan has won its High Court case aimed at ensuring the annual rent for the Medical Council’s new headquarters in(...)

A DCU student brought a case against YouTube, Google, Facebook and a number of websites over the video and accompanying material which wrongly identified him as a man leaving a taxi without paying the fare in Monkstown, Co Dublin. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Arrangements must be made within the next month to permanently remove an internet video clip falsely accusing a student of taxi fare evasion, a(...)

Jim Corr: “I was trying to protect my finances as best I could on behalf of my son because I recognised I was in dire straits.” Photograph: Collins Courts

Musician Jim Corr has told the High Court he was “in dire straits” trying to protect the interests of himself and his family when he sold a mor(...)

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