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The Supreme Court has overturned planning permission for a Co Clare wind farm. File photograph: Bloomberg via Getty Images.

The Supreme Court has overturned planning permission for a Co Clare wind farm due to An Bord Pleanála’s failure to make “complete, definitive and prec(...)

Waste collector Jim Ferry claimed the illegal dumping by him at Rossbracken, Co Donegal, was “a desperate act” when he discovered a problem with the weighing of bins collected.

Donegal waste collector Jim Ferry has admitted dumping tens of thousands of tons of waste illegally and has apologised to Donegal County Council for h(...)

If the High Court heard the appeal now, the couple would get only one ‘outing’ in terms of having matters fully and properly heard, rather than two, Mr Justice Max Barrett said.

The “very least” a financial institution can do when seeking a possession order is to ensure it has its evidence in order, a High Court judge has said(...)

High Court Judge Mr Justice David Keane has put ten questions to the two lawyers about their conduct which they must answer within 14 days, including why the solicitor instructed a trainee barrister and why the barrister accepted the case.

A High Court judge has demanded explanations from two lawyers who he has accused of misleading the court in an effort to stop the deportation of a Pol(...)

Jim Ferry from his “Justice for Jim” Facebook page.

Jim Ferry, the Co Donegal waste collector who has been evading a High Court arrest warrant since last August, presented himself to the court on Tuesda(...)

The main proceedings were heard by Mr Justice Max Barrett who, on Friday, dismissed all grounds of Word Perfect’s challenge

The High Court has dismissed a challenge over the manner of the awarding of a contract for the supply of interpreters for the State’s immigration serv(...)

The High Court has cleared the way for a trial of a young man accused of raping a 16-year-old girl to proceed. The man, who cannot be identified, had(...)

 A commemorative plaque at 16 Moore Street where 1916 Rising leaders decided to surrender to the British. Photograph: Frank Miller

An agreement has been reached over liability for the legal costs of a failed action aimed at having buildings and sites on and around Dublin’s Moore S(...)

The ACCA brought its own proceedings seeking the setting aside of Gregory  Colclough’s challenge at the High Court. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

An accountant’s legal challenge to his regulatory body’s refusal to allow him appeal a decision stopping him doing auditing work has been dismissed by(...)

The Court of Appeal has overturned a High Court ruling requiring the State to pay the entire legal costs of retired judge Barry White in his action ai(...)

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