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Siobhán Hegarty: Visitors to Moore Street are getting robbed, they are getting abused. Photograph: Ronan McGreevy

A casual visitor to Dublin’s Moore Street would be hard-pressed to identify the national monument which has been the subject of two decades of bitter (...)

Donegal businessman Jim Ferry:  Planning to run in the forthcoming local elections. Photograph: Collins Courts

When forensic accountant Gerard Murray peered into the finances of rogue Donegal waste collector and serial polluter Jim Ferry, he did not see wonderf(...)

Sadhbh O’Neill and David Healy of Friends of the Irish Environment outside the Four Courts on Friday. Photograph: Collins Courts

Ireland has “exposed its citizens to risk and danger without justification” by not taking adequate measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and fai(...)

Mr Justice Max Barrett; said woman’s residency application was ‘tainted by fraud’. Photograph: Collins

A Mauritian woman who entered into a marriage of convenience after arriving in Ireland on a student visa has failed in a High Court challenge to a ref(...)

The mother, a native of an African country, is an Irish citizen and her disabled son has Irish residency.

A mother who is a full-time carer for her disabled son has won High Court orders directing the Minister for Justice to reconsider a refusal of visas f(...)

Mr Justice Max Barrett said he could see ‘no legal deficiency’ in the council’s decision making when it came to the man’s application for social housing.

A separated father who has shared custody and overnight access to his three children has lost his legal challenge to a decision his housing need was f(...)

MrJustice Max Barret said the students had made out a strong case and the balance of justice favoured the granting of the injunction. Photograph: Collins Courts.

Two suspended Leaving Cert students have secured injunctions allowing them return to school pending their legal action. Their case concerns possible(...)

The High Court heard that following an investigation, the students, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, were informed the school board of management had made a “preliminary decision” they should be excluded.

An application by two suspended Leaving Certificate students for orders allowing them return to school will be decided by the High Court on Wednesday(...)

The man claimed he was coming to visit his brother. However, the officer concluded, through a perusal of his text messages, the man was in fact coming here to enter a “marriage of convenience.”  File photo: Niall Carson/PA Wire

An immigration officer at Dublin Airport was entitled to look at a man’s mobile phone text messages which led the officer to believe he was here to en(...)

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(...)

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