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The dispute over an alleged unpaid debt in relation to a planned private medical centre has settled at the High Court on confidential terms. Photograph: The Irish Times

An action in which Minister for Health, James Reilly was sued over an alleged unpaid debt in relation to a planned private medical centre has been set(...)

Fathers don’t seem to fit in to the great romance of mother and child. Photograph: Eric Luke

Were it possible for societies to effect sharp intakes of breath, this one would certainly have achieved such a marvel last week when alerted that (...)

The national airline is fighting Government attempts to hit it with an estimated €4 million bill over the now-defunct two-tiered travel tax system introduced by the late Brian Lenihan as minister for finance

Aer Lingus is fighting Government attempts to hit it with an estimated €4 million bill over the now-defunct two-tiered travel tax system introduced by(...)

High Court orders developer Padraig O’Halloran to pay some €1.57 million damages.

An Irish developer has been ordered by the High Court to pay some €1.57 million damages over fraudulent mispresentation, deceit and misappropriating l(...)

Mr Justice Peter Kelly: said he was satisfied to appoint as official liquidator Tom Kavanagh, of Kavanagh Fennell, the nominee of Webprint Concepts Ltd, owed some €2.3m by TCP, which has sued TCP and others over the loss of its printing contract for TCH titles.

The High Court has made orders winding up Thomas Crosbie Printers Ltd but refused to accept the company’s nominee as official liquidator and has appoi(...)

 Since last year, Mrs Justice Susan Denham has been the sole woman on the court of eight. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

One day in the mid-2000s, the Supreme Court reached a quiet landmark when, for the first time in its history, it sat for a case without a single man s(...)

The General Secretary of the Reserve Defence Force’s Representative Association (RDFRA) has brought a High Court action aimed at stopping disciplinary proceedings over alleged gross misconduct.

The General Secretary of the Reserve Defence Force’s Representative Association (RDFRA) has brought a High Court action aimed at stopping disciplinary(...)

Rehab director Frank Flannery told the Minister for Justice that pulling the plug on the Charitable Lotteries Scheme would be morally wrong. Photograph: Eric Luke.

Every euro spent on scratchcards produced by some charitable lotteries involves a loss of two or three cent which is being made up for with taxpayers (...)

Ms Justice Mary Laffoy (left) and Ms Justice Elizabeth Dunne

Two serving High Court judges are to be nominated by the Government to the Supreme Court. A Government statement said arrangements will be made to for(...)

Edwin Poots: no date set for results of consultation. Photograph: Kate Geraghty

When Ruth Bowie, Arlette Lyons, Jenny McDonald and Amanda Mellet spoke last year to The Irish Times about the circumstances that had led them to trave(...)

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