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Mr Justice Max Barrett found the Minister had not applied the correct test in failing to have any, or any proper regard, to the emotional and social dependence between Shakeel Ahmed Dar and his mother.  File photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

A High Court judge has overturned the Minister for Justice’s refusal of an Irish residency card for a Pakistani widow living here with her son. Her (...)

A vulnerable young woman with severe anorexia is being tube fed at home by her mother due to Covid-19 related pressures on the hospital system, the High Court has heard.  File photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times.

A vulnerable young woman with severe anorexia is being tube fed at home by her mother due to Covid-19 related pressures on the hospital system, the Hi(...)

Former RTE land at its Donnybrook complex, which was sold to Cairn Homes. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Cairn Homes’ plan to build more than 600 dwellings on its high-profile RTÉ site faces delays after the High Court heard that An Bord Pleanála made an (...)

His doctor had recommended his admission to hospital but the man who is aged in his 80s refused to go there by ambulance on Saturday. File photograph: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire

An order permitting the emergency admission to hospital of a seriously ill elderly man against his wishes has been made by the president of the High C(...)

The freshwater was intended to bathe diseased salmon in four licensed sites operated by the company in Kilkieran Bay to rid them of sea lice and amoebic gill disease. Photograph: iStock

The High Court has overturned a permission granted to a fish farm operator to pump freshwater from an island lake for use in bathing salmon in fish fa(...)

 The €663,000 judgments were obtained by Trinity College, Dublin, against James Kenny following his protracted litigation, in which he represented himself, over the building of student accommodation near their Dartry home. File  photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

The Supreme Court has made orders deferring the sale of the Dartry home of an elderly couple, for the purpose of meeting legal costs judgments of some(...)

Mr Justice Kevin Cross found the installer was negligent in failing to advise the Duffy family they were required to be out of their house during the spraying and for at least two hours afterwards.

An appeal is to be lodged over findings a couple were negligently exposed to chemicals after spray insulation was installed in their home and that the(...)

 Checking the results following the passing of the children’s referendum, at the count centre at Dublin Castle in November 2012. File photograph: Eric Luke

The Attorney General’s counsel has told the Supreme Court the 2012 children’s referendum may have resulted in a “lower” bar for State intervention in (...)

The judge found a breach by the Minister, as employer of Ms Farrell, of duty under section 15 of the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005

A woman who fractured her ankle after she slipped and fell in a car park at the offices in Co Kildare where she worked has been awarded €75,000 damage(...)

The judge says the evidence indicates the company has a reasonable prospect of survival subject to conditions. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

A potential €11 million liability arising out of damages claims against a Dublin-based cold storage company has led to it securing a High Court order (...)

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