Angela O’Loughlin died, aged 90, in 2016 and had made another niece, Mary Dwyer and her husband Kenneth Dwyer, the main beneficiaries and executors of a December 2013 will made by her.

The former chair of the Personal Injuries Board, Dorothea Dowling, along with her cousin, Gráinne O’Flynn, are contesting the alleged last will of the(...)

Couple’s legal case against Garda asks  that  the computer be examined immediately. Photograph: Frank Miller

A couple accused of possessing child pornography on their home computer face having their children taken into care due to a nine-month delay by the Ga(...)

 Emmett Corcoran, editor of the Democrat newspaper, pictured leaving the Four Courts on Friday. Photograph: Collins Courts

The Garda Commissioner has undertaken not to examine or otherwise attempt to access information on the phone of a newspaper editor as part of an inves(...)

A man who was arrested as a teenager for running an alleged explosives and firearm collection errand for a man since convicted over the murder of Gareth Hutch, wants the High Court to dismiss his prosecution due to a delay. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times.

A man who was arrested as a teenager for running an alleged explosives and firearm collection errand for a man since convicted over the murder of Gare(...)

Holstein Investments got permission in 2016 from Dublin City Council to build the aparthotel near Trinity College. Photograph: iStock

The developer of a new aparthotel near Trinity College Dublin has brought a High Court challenge to what it claims is a demand for an additional plann(...)

AIB sought judgment against Joanna Sloan, wife of Simon Kelly, son of Laois-born Paddy Kelly arising from loans advanced in 2007 for the purchase of units in Sandyford Apex Centre. Photograph: Cathal McNaughton/Reuters

The High Court has granted summary judgment for €1.59 million against a daughter-in-law of well known developer Paddy Kelly over loans primarily relat(...)

Kathleen Joyce, who is in the third year of a degree in social studies at Trinity College Dublin (TCD), has brought proceedings over what she says is the wrongful inclusion of a criminal conviction against her on a disclosure issued by the Garda National Vetting Bureau. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times.

A university student has brought a High Court challenge over what she says is the wrongful inclusion of a criminal conviction against her on a disclos(...)

The student denied any allegation he offered or supplied cannabis for sale to anyone.

A student suspended by a Dublin private school over allegedly selling €20 of cannabis to a fellow student has taken a High Court challenge over a plan(...)

A lack of formal diagnoses and assessment delays have resulted in the children being unable to secure places in schools or playschools with specialist autism units, the mother alleges.

The HSE has consented to orders requiring it to complete, within eight weeks, an assessment of the health and educational needs of three siblings with(...)

Traffic on the M50 in Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson

Tailgating, particularly on the M50 motorway, is “all too common in this country”, a High Court judge has said. Mr Justice Seamus Noonan made the com(...)

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