Seán Quinn: Once Ireland’s richest man, he lost control of his business empire when it collapsed six years ago. File photograph: Alan Betson

Former billionaire Seán Quinn was allegedly involved in controlling money paid into a trust set up to pay his legal bills, the High Court in Belfast h(...)

Some 34 individuals and companies have been identified as having contributed funds to the trust used to pay the Quinn family’s legal bills.  Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill / The Irish Times

Seven donors to a trust funding former billionaire businessman Sean Quinn’s legal bills allegedly have clear connections with his family, the High Cou(...)

Belfast’s Titanic Centre Photograph: Getty Images

A Belfast High Court battle that threatened to delay major new developments on Belfast’s waterfront has been settled. The city’s Harbour Commissioners(...)

The Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry in Banbridge, Co Down, which is investigating child abuse in Northern Ireland residential institutions between 1922 and 1995. Photograph: Paul Faith/AFP

Alleged abuse victims are refusing to sign statements to a major inquiry into historical offences at care homes unless they secure legal funding, the (...)

Blast 106: refusal of licence  extension would be disproportionately unfair result, appeal court rules.

A Belfast-based student radio station has won a legal battle over its right to continue broadcasting. UK communications watchdog Ofcom went to the cou(...)

File picture of Liam Adams, who was  found guilty  of sexual assaults against his daughter on Aine Dahlstrom  in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

An appeal by the brother of Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams against being convicted of raping his own daughter will take place next year, it has been (...)