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The tribunal was established to allow an alternative to going to court for claims arising out of the CervicalCheck controversy. File photograph: iStock

The CervicalCheck Tribunal has yet to receive a claim, more than two months after it started work and two years after the Government decided to set it(...)

Shane O’Neill says Atlantic Aviation has bought Flybe’s former aviation maintenance services in Brize Norton for an undisclosed sum. Photograph: Leon Neal/Getty

Shannon-based Atlantic Aviation Group has bought a former Flybe business that maintains cargo planes for Britain’s Royal Air Force (RAF). Formerly kn(...)

St Patrick’s National School in Dalkey

A school in Dalkey, Co Dublin, claims noise and dust from rock breaking in an adjacent development site will interfere with its ability to provide cla(...)

Oliver  Lown: the  former vet  is facing multiple charges of sexual activity with animals. Photograph: Facebook

A former vet who is wanted on multiple charges of sexual activity with animals and of having extreme pornographic material has appeared before the Hig(...)

The construction site of the national children’s hospital in 2019. File photograph: Tom Honan

The new national children’s hospital (NCH) is behind schedule and there have been suggestions that it may not open until 2024. That’s almost two year(...)

Facebook: The representative action seeks damages as a result of the tech giant’s failure to comply with its statutory duties under the British Data Protection Act 1998.

A mass legal action has been launched on behalf of at least one million British Facebook users over claims that the social media giant failed to prote(...)

Mike Lynch (55) has been charged with 14 counts of conspiracy and fraud linked to the $11.6bn sale of his former company to Hewlett-Packard in 2011. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Mike Lynch, the Irish-born co-founder of technology company Autonomy, will this week begin his fight against extradition to the US, in the biggest tes(...)

The legislation was designed to create a system for dealing with often complex disputes. Photograph: Alan Betson

The High Court has confirmed that adjudicators’ decisions in building contract disputes are binding, clarifying a key point in legislation designed to(...)

Aer Lingus: has secured a three-year loan  of €150 million from the Ireland Strategic Investment Fund.

Aer Lingus has secured €150 million from the State-backed Ireland Strategic Investment Fund’s (Isif) pandemic recovery scheme, according to the Sunday(...)

Lynsey Bennett outside the High Court on Wednesday Photograph: Collins Courts

A 32-year-old mother of two who is seriously ill with cervical cancer has said she plans to explore many treatment options in order to “stay here for (...)

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