A judge in the Circuit Civil Court has warned parents of the dangers in using baby buggies as shopping baskets. “People should be very careful when s(...)

A former check-in clerk with Ryanair at Dublin Airport has lost a €38,000 claim against the airline and a staff recruitment company because of confusi(...)

Last year AIB Mortgage Bank sought to recover possession of the home of a Dublin woman who had had died seven years previously, the Circuit Civil C(...)

A bid by Bank of Scotland to substitute Start Mortgages as the applicant in re-possession proceedings for the home of Adele Condron-King, otherwise known as Twink, was struck out by a judge on Wednesday. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw

A bid by Bank of Scotland to substitute Start Mortgages as the applicant in re-possession proceedings for the home of Adele Condron-King, otherwise kn(...)

An accountant who sued a Dublin dentist for just under €50,000 in professional fees told a judge he had to navigate his way through 41 offshore and local bank accounts.

An accountant who sued a Dublin dentist for just under €50,000 in professional fees told a judge he had to navigate his way through 41 offshore and lo(...)

Martin O Donnell: allegedly threw urine and dog faeces around his neighbour’s house. Photograph: Courts Collins

A judge in the Circuit Civil Court has granted a Dublin man a permanent injunction restraining a neighbour who allegedly threw urine and dog faeces a(...)

A group of Irish soccer fans claimed they were defamed after a picture of them appeared on the ‘Irish Sun’ website, allegedly associating them with an unrelated incident where other fans carried  FAI chief executive John Delaney and took his shoes and socks. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill

An Irish soccer fan, one of eight who claim they were wrongly depicted online as “drunken hooligans” who took part in FAI chief John Delaney’s Sopot s(...)

The  1951 Jaguar XK 120 pre-restoration. Photograph: Collins Courts

A Dublin panel beater, who spent €40,000 and “thousands of man hours” restoring a classic car which lay rusting and covered in bird droppings in a bar(...)

Odessa restaurant. The court had heard that the insolvent Odessa club and restaurant owed €78,000 in VAT and €88,000 in PRSI and PAYE

More than half of a €250,000 investment aimed at saving the Odessa club and restaurant in Dublin will go on the legal costs to establish a plan to (...)

Judge Jacqueline Linnane said she was satisfied that all bank documents relating to the proceedings were in order and that Anthony and Miriam Freeman’s home on Navan Road in Dublin was the security given against the mortgage. Photograph: Michaela Rehle/Reuters

A Dublin couple who, according to a judge, once owned six houses and blew more than €500,000 on themselves in a spending spree, lost their upmarket fa(...)

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