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(...)

Case concerned company which had a retail agreement for the distribution of Microsoft products in Saudi Arabia. Photograph: PA Wire

Microsoft Ireland Operations has been given the go ahead to pursue a US$829,000 (€728,000) judgment against a company which had a retail agreement for(...)

An investigation was carried out into the incident and  nobody on the defendant’s team was able to identify the sub, the court heard.

An insurance company has been ordered to pay the legal costs of an amateur footballer who sued after a substitute from the opposing team allegedly ran(...)

A mother has brought proceedings seeking exemplary damages from the HSE over alleged ‘excessive’ delay in completing a needs and services assessment of her four year old son. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times.

A mother has brought proceedings seeking exemplary damages over alleged “excessive” delay in completing a needs and services assessment of her four ye(...)

Freshwater pearl mussels. Photograph:

Environmental campaigner Peter Sweetman is challenging a decision to remove protection for the endangered freshwater pearl mussel from part of the Riv(...)

Traffic on the M50 Toll Bridge. Photograph: Alan Betson

A woman who allegedly clocked up more than €3,300 in unpaid tolls had her car seized and sold off to settle the bill, the High Court has heard. Kath(...)

Tony O’Reilly junior of Providence Resource: the group,  and its partner Chinese group Apec, are preparing to drill in the Barryroe prospect south of Kinsale Head in Cork. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Environmentalists will next month challenge a permit granted to Providence Resources in a move that could hit the group’s plans to exploit an oil disc(...)

The High Court has heard the parents had not opposed their several other children being taken into care over concerns of neglect, domestic violence and the mother’s mental health. File Photograph:  Collins Courts.

A day old baby boy was forcibly removed from his mother at a maternity hospital due to “great concern” he was at serious risk of injury or possible de(...)

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