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The  Ashleaf Shopping Centre in Crumlin, Dublin. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

A judge has ruled that AIB is entitled to €6 million summary judgment orders against a woman over a joint guarantee relating to the purchase of the As(...)

The HSE says supports for the teenager should be provided by the CFA, but the CFA has argued over some time it is not appropriate for it to get involved in light of the mental health issue

A High Court judge has warned the HSE and Tusla, the Child and Family Agency (CFA), of a “pressing need” to resolve their dispute over providing suppo(...)

Krzysztof Sliwa and  his aunt Magdalena Paczkowska Tomczak outside the Four Courts. Photograph: Collins Courts

A boy whose mother, his sole parent, died of breast cancer three years ago has secured €325,000 under a settlement of his High Court action against th(...)

In exchanges, Mr Justice David Keane remarked all children are of good character and cannot not be otherwise unless they do “dreadful” things, such as killing other children.

A seven-year-old girl born in Ireland to non-EU parents, now separated but both legally in the Republic, was unlawfully and “absurdly” refused Irish c(...)

A pharmacist jailed for six months for defrauding the HSE of some €70,000 over a number of years has had her registration cancelled by order of the High Court.  File photograph: PA Wire.

A pharmacist jailed for six months for defrauding the HSE of some €70,000 over a number of years has had her registration cancelled by order of the Hi(...)

The High Court in Dublin: The identity of the loans purchaser was not revealed in court. Photograph: iStock

Mallow Credit Union is poised to buy the loans due to defunct Charleville Credit Union following a court ruling on Friday. The High Court appointed l(...)

Convicted murderer Graham Dwyer is challenging Ireland’s data retention laws. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/THE IRISH TIMES

A challenge by convicted murderer Graham Dwyer to Ireland’s data retention law is “misconceived” and is “a re-run” of an application dismissed by the (...)

A High Court judge has refused to grant an unprecedented application by Tusla for orders permitting the disclosure of a teenager’s HIV status.

A High Court judge has refused to grant an unprecedented application by the Child and Family Agency, Tusla, for orders permitting a 17-year-old male’s(...)

The Supreme Court sits in Limerick to decide the extent of the constitutional rights of the unborn. Photograph: Liam Burke/Press 22

The Supreme Court has delivered a landmark unanimous ruling that the unborn has no constitutional rights outside the right to life in the Eighth Amend(...)

Members of the Lough Swilly Wild Oyster Society have been fishing for native oysters  for about 25 years

Lough Swilly is an “environmental disaster” due to the alleged failure of the marine authorities to properly control farming of oysters there, the Hig(...)

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