Counting of votes during the abortion referendum in 2002. File photograph: Frank Miller

A student from Belfast is seeking permission from the High Court in Dublin to challenge the State’s failure to allow citizens living in Northern Irela(...)

In his judgment on Friday, Mr Justice Charles Meenan said the problem facing the board was, regardless of the fact the lands could be identified, the owners/occupiers could not.

An environmental group has lost its legal challenge to a decision made by An Bord Pleanála regarding peat extraction works in the Midlands. Friends o(...)

Under the free legal aid scheme, a solicitor granted a legal aid certificate is entitled to payment of €201.50 for a first appearance in cases before the District Court with a payment of €120.88 in relation to each subsequent case

A solicitor is not entitled to two separate payments under the free legal aid scheme for a client whom he represented in relation to two separate alle(...)

 Alan Hynes: had  appealed against  findings of misconduct made by the Chartered Accountants Regulatory Board in 2015. Photograph: Eric Luke

A tribunal’s dismissal of accountant Alan Hynes’s appeal against findings made against him by the Chartered Accountants Regulatory Board (Carb) had “m(...)

Wendy Tweed was initially denied permission for a 4ft high post-and-wire boundary fence and hedge around the former Hair O the Dog pub in Moville, Co Donegal. File photograph: Getty Images

A mother of two, who was prohibited by the planning authorities from planting a hedge around her Co Donegal home for the safety of her children, has w(...)

Former minister for justice Alan Shatter. Photograph: Collins Courts.

The Data Protection Commissioner is considering whether to appeal a successful challenge by former minister for justice Alan Shatter of the commission(...)

The Dispatches programme dealt with criticisms of Ryanair’s fuel policy, passenger safety and pilot working conditions. Photograph: Eric Gaillard/Reuters

The High Court has ordered Ryanair to let Channel 4 and one of its programme makers see documents they say they need access to in order to defend the (...)

Ryanair claims it was defamatory because it wrongly meant the airline endangered passenger safety by operating a low fuel policy and by pressuring its pilots to take on as little fuel as possible.

Channel 4 is entitled to claim journalistic privilege over sources for a TV programme which Ryanair says is defamatory, a High Court judge ruled. Mr (...)

Retired solicitor Brian O’Donnell, formerly of Gorse Hill, Vico Road, Killiney, Co Dublin, is set to exit bankruptcy later this month. Photograph:  Collins

Retired solicitor Brian O’Donnell, formerly of Gorse Hill, Vico Road, Killiney, Co Dublin, is set to exit bankruptcy later this month. Mr O’Donnell a(...)

A file image of Karen Middleton (centre, without glasses) with her son Luke, other family members and supporters, outside Carlow County Council offices last June.

A woman and her six-year-old son have “no idea” where they will sleep on Monday night after a judge rejected their demand that Carlow County Council i(...)

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