Two years ago, the Dublin Circuit Court ruled that Sayed Mirwais could not recover €11,713 that he said he won playing roulette from Automatic Amusements Ltd, which trades as D1 Casino on Dorset Street in the capital. Photograph: iStock

An independent arbitrator could have the power to rule on disputes between punters and bookies under a Government plan to modernise how gambling is re(...)

A mother’s tribute to her 17-year-old son who was killed after a young driver lost control of his car hitting a wall, has been described as “heart-ren(...)

Patricia Frost (left) and her solicitor Cathy McDarby pictured leaving the Four Courts on Tuesday. Photograph: Collins Courts.

A boy who witnessed an attack on his toddler sister by a Brazilian tapir at Dublin Zoo, and saw his parents injured while attempting to save the girl,(...)

Mary Byrne argued the land, just under a quarter of an acre, was a garden in her family’s possession. Photograph: Collins Courts

Dublin City Council has failed to overturn court orders granting a woman possession of lands the size of a hockey pitch at the rear of her home in Mar(...)

The court was told there had been ‘an explosion of raw sewage up through the toilet’ and that it was spread all over the floor, walls, bath and wash hand basin. Photograph: iStock

A mother and son, whose bathroom was splattered in “an explosion of raw sewage” have been awarded €20,000 damages against Fingal County Council and Ir(...)

Tatiana Perju had been given notice by landlord Peter Wilson to quit a house (boarded up, above) at Saddlers Avenue, Mulhuddart, Dublin 15. He has been directed to allow them back into the property.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

A landlord who boarded up his rental property and locked out a mother and two young children has been ordered to let them back in. Tatiana Perju had (...)

George Davis has been selling newspapers around the shopping centre and other areas of Dún Laoghaire for almost 40 years. Photograph: Collins

Dún Laoghaire news vendor George Davis may sell newspapers at the entrance to the Co Dublin town’s main shopping centre for the rest of his life, a co(...)

John Breen and George Davis at the  Four Courts. Photograph: Collins

A news vendor, whose staff pin-pointed the whereabouts of double murderer Malcolm Macarthur for gardaí­ 35 years ago, will find out on Friday if his n(...)

John Breen and George Davis leave the Four Courts after the  Circuit Civil Court action. Photograph: Collins Courts

A newspaper vendor, who has sold millions of papers over almost 40 years from a four-wheeled buggy, has been told to “push off ” from his stand at th(...)

An RTÉ employee, who claimed she cut her right shin after she tripped and fell while attending a Neil Diamond concert at Dublin’s Aviva Stadium, has lost a €38,000 damages claim in the Circuit Civil Court and is now facing a significant legal bill. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien.

An RTÉ employee, who claimed she cut her right shin after she tripped and fell while attending a Neil Diamond concert at Dublin’s Aviva Stadium, has l(...)

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