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The permission allows for the demolition of existing residential units and construction of 204 residential units and a childcare facility. Photograph: iStock

Four groups of local residents have taken a legal challenge aimed at overturning planning approval for a development including 204 residential units i(...)

The action by Ballyboden Tidy Towns Group (BTTG) concerns An Bord Pleanála’s permission for the development on a site at Taylor’s Lane and Edmondstown Road in Ballyboden. Photograph: iStock

A community group has brought a legal challenge aimed at overturning permission for a development of 496 apartments in Ballyboden in south county Dubl(...)

Friends of the Irish Environment sought a preliminary reference to the Court of Justice of the EU. Photograph: iStock

A High Court judge has refused to ask the Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) to decide whether the European Commission’s inclusion of the proposed €500(...)

Bulloch Harbour in Dalkey, Co Dublin. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

It looks like it’s a case of back to the drawing board for Richard Barrett’s Bartra Capital and its plans for development at Bulloch Harbour, in the s(...)

Mr Justice Denis McDonald said Ravala was not entitled to continue to defend the action and also made an order quashing the board’s permission. Photograph: iStock

A developer cannot continue to defend a challenge to An Bord Pleanála’s permission for construction of 450 housing units in Drogheda after the board a(...)

Austrian privacy campaigner Max Schrems has claimed there was ‘co-operation’ between Facebook and the Irish Data Protection Commissioner on the fim’s approach to strict European data-protection laws. Photograph: Getty Images

Austrian privacy campaigner Max Schrems has claimed there was “secret co-operation” between Facebook and the Irish Data Protection Commissioner (DPC) (...)

The Zoom app facilitates online lessons but teachers and students must beware of the danger of Zoombombing. Photograph: Amr Abdallah Dalsh

How the world has changed in a matter of weeks. With coronavirus spreading in more than 209 countries and territories around the world, governments ha(...)

The extent to which biometric data is captured and processed as part of the public services card programme has proved to be a contentious part of the long-running debate on the card.

The Department of Social Protection has confirmed that it carries out biometric processing and uses facial recognition technologies as part of its con(...)

The man complained to the Courts Service and the Data Protection Commissioner about what had happened.

The Courts Service was guilty of a data protection breach when it published a man’s name in a High Court judgment contrary to an order made by the jud(...)

 Bullock Harbour in  Dalkey, Co  Dublin. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

A community group has launched a High Court challenge aimed at overturning An Bord Pleanála’s permission for a development at a fishing harbour in Dal(...)

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