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Ms Justice Mary Finlay Geoghegan at the launch  in Dublin yesterday with Kieran Coughlan, Clerk Dáil Éireann. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Referendum Commission has criticised the Government decision to mount its own €1 million information campaign durin(...)

Francis Cullen was returned to  Mountjoy Prison for another six months.  Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

A BUSINESSMAN who has spent three months in Mountjoy Prison over refusing to co-operate with the bankruptcy regime here was yesterday jailed fo(...)

Sean Quinn junior leaves the Supreme Court in Dublin.

jnr is offering to provide €75,000 towards purging his contempt of court orders restraining stripping of assets(...)

Philip Cahill told the High Court he being “wronged” and what was happening to him was “disgusting”. Photograph: Collins Courts

A director of an Irish oil company has denied allegations of diverting profits and involvement in fraudulent and dishonest “secret” deals. (...)

File photo of Sean Quinn Jnr who was found guilty of contempt in June 2012. Photograph: David Sleator /The
Irish
Times

Sean Quinn Junior is offering to provide € 75,000 towards purging his contempt of court orders restraining stripping of assets from the Quinn f(...)

File photo of Peter Darragh Quinn who has been ordered to pay $188m dollars damages to Irish Bank Resolution Corporation. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Peter Darragh Quinn, a nephew of bankrupt businessman Sean Quinn, has been ordered to pay $188m dollars damages to Irish Bank Resolution Corpor(...)

The irony of it all is that , after losing their son to medical errors and mismanagement, and enduring sub-standard treatment as his relatives,(...)

The High Court has awarded a former garda compensation after his nose was broken during an arrest.

A former garda whose nose was broken in a head-butting incident by a man he had taken into custody has been awarded €27,400 by the High Court. (...)

 Minister for Justice Alan Shatter: “As these vacation arrangements have existed since at least the 19th century, my reference to them should not be seen in any way as a criticism of our judiciary but I do believe it is legitimate to ask questions in today’s world.” Photograph: Don MacMonagle

Minister for Justice Alan Shatter has broached the possibility of shortening court vacations, asking whether “in this day and age” it is approp(...)

Ian Bailey at the High Court yesterday. He has always protested his innocence and denied any involvement in the death of Sophie Toscan du Plantier. Photograph: Collins Courts

A High Court judge said there were “very disturbing” and “unusual matters” relating to the Garda investigation into the murder of Ms Sophie Tos(...)

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