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Michael McKevitt: had demanded a full one-third enhanced remission of a 20-year sentence imposed on him in August 2003, after he had been convicted in the Special Criminal Court of directing a terrorist organisation and of being a member of the Real IRA. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Michael McKevitt, who is serving a 20-year sentence for membership of the Real IRA, will remain in prison at least until the Supreme Court hears an ap(...)

Mr Justice Bernard Barton will give his decision tomorrow afternoon on the application for release from Portlaoise prison of alleged IRA leader Mich(...)

 Ms Justice Mary Laffoy (left) and Ms Justice Elizabeth Dunne, with President Michael D  Higgins, after their appointment to the Supreme Court, leaving vacancies  at the High Court.  Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Some 149 people applied for a single vacancy on the District Court last year, new figures show. The annual report of the Judicial Appointments Adviso(...)

Mobile market: the European Commission approved the acquisition of Telefónica Ireland (O2 Ireland) by Hutchinson 3G (H3G). photograph: steve parsons/pa wire

The merger of the second- and fourth-largest mobile network operators in Ireland will now go ahead after the European Commission approved the acquisi(...)

 Mr Justice Max Barrett: quashed the refusal of a domiciliary care allowance to the boy’s mother and directed the department to reconsider her application in accordance with his findings. Photograph: Collins/Courts

The Department of Social Protection wants an urgent hearing of its appeal against the High Court’s quashing of the refusal of a domiciliary care allo(...)

A legal action to decide if the Electricity Supply Board must bear any liabilityfor damage inflicted by floods that affected large parts of Cork city (...)

Richard Mockler: said a Criminal Assets Bureau raid dealt “fatal blows” to firm

Richard Mockler, a Bentley and Porsche car dealer in west Dublin, has been disqualified as a company director for five years and been ordered by the H(...)

The Shell gas terminal at Bellanaboy, Co Mayo. Court told of concerns over   potential impact on people and the environment.

The Environmental Protection Agency sanctioned an “extraordinary” amendment of a “dead” licence for Shell’s gas terminal in Co Mayo months after agree(...)

Sylvia Deehan (above) has today had a damages claim dismissed at the High Court. The claim was for injuries she said she sustained after being knocked down at an Ann Summers lingerie party held at a Dublin pub. File photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

The High Court has dismissed a woman’s damages claim for injuries she said she sustained after being knocked down at an Ann Summers lingerie pa(...)

Sylvia Deehan at the Four Courts for her legal action against a pub after allegedly being injured during a rush to grab a free prize at an Ann Summers party. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA.

Blaming a pub owner for the alleged injuries of a woman during a rush to grab a spot prize at an Ann Summers sex toy party would fly in the fac(...)

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