If Ian Bailey doesn’t quite relish the notoriety, he has never done a lot to dampen it down. Photograph: Paul Faith / AFP via Getty

Some victims of violent deaths fade too quickly from our collective memory. How many people recall the name of Sinead Kelly, 21 years old when she was(...)

Christy Kinahan  in Belgium pictured in September 2009. Photograph: Sunday World crime series

Christy Kinahan, the one-time leader of the Kinahan organised crime group, has been charged with passport fraud by Spanish prosecutors. However Spani(...)

The court said the project must be subject to a new environmental assessment under the EU Habitats Directive. File photograph: Getty

The European Court of Justice has advised the Irish High Court that An Bord Pleanála’s decision in 2018 to extend planning permission for a proposed €(...)

Some gig economy workers are what you might call micro-entreprenuers running their own businessess.

What is the gig economy? Strictly speaking it’s any economic activity that involves the use of temporary or freelance workers. However, it’s become (...)

Austrian privacy activist Max Schrems: “It is clear that the US will have to seriously change their surveillance laws, if US companies want to continue to play a major role on the EU market.” Photograph: Getty

Europe’s top court has declared an arrangement under which companies transfer personal data from the European Union to the US invalid due to concerns (...)

The Garda Drugs and Organised Crime Bureau is actively pursuing criminal charges against drugs smuggler Daniel Kinahan. File photograph: Collins

The Garda Drugs and Organised Crime Bureau is actively pursuing criminal charges against drugs smuggler Daniel Kinahan. In a press conference on Mond(...)

Shannon LNG, now owned by US infrastructure group, New Fortress Energy, intends building a plant in the Shannon Estuary that will convert LNG back to gas. Photograph: iStock

Plans for a liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in Shannon face further legal hurdles after a European court found that the Republic was wrong to ext(...)

Sean Dunne had paid a record €58 million for Walford in 2005 at the height of the boom under a trust set up for his second wife Gayle. The couple are now estranged.

Seán Dunne’s Irish bankruptcy trustee has agreed to lift a legal claim registered over a valuable Dublin 4 property which was sold for €14.2 million m(...)

A Perrigo facility in Allegan, Michigan. Photograph: Adam Bird/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Drug company Perrigo has a better than even chance of seeing off a demand from Irish Revenue for €1.64 billion in back taxes, according to a US indust(...)

Protesters rallied in support of the Polish judiciary in December 2019. Judges from across Europe will take part in a silent protest in Warsaw on January 11th. Photograph: Krystian Dobuszynski/NurPhoto via Getty

The body representing Irish judges will condemn the Polish government’s “unrelenting threats” to judicial independence in a strongly worded letter to (...)

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