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Moore Street, Dublin, where a number of houses were used during 1916 Rising. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Court of Appeal has overturned a declaration that buildings and sites on and around Dublin’s Moore Street are a 1916 Rising battlefield site compr(...)

Jim Ferry from his “Justice for Jim” Facebook page. He says  “you may have succeeded in putting me out of business, but I haven’t gone away you know”

The Criminal Assets Bureau is investigating the fugitive Donegal waste operator Jim Ferry. The unit, which investigates suspected proceeds of crime, (...)

The court heard Garda Noel Callan’s fingernail is irregular and deformed after   a patrol car door slammed on his hand.  Photograph: Collins Dublin

A garda left with a disfigured nail after a patrol car door slammed on his little finger while he was restraining a drunk and violent man has challeng(...)

The Four Courts: Mr Justice Max Barrett  ruled   Dr Healy  was liable to Promontoria (Aran) Ltd for the debt.  Chris Maddaloni/Collins

A bank official’s representations to a doctor at a meeting that he was “in the clear” in relation to a debt before he put €2.2 million on deposit in 2(...)

Eirgrid’s interconnector project comprises a 400kV overhead line circuit linking an existing substation in Woodland, Co Meath, with a planned substation in Turleenan, Co Tyrone. Photograph: Getty

A High Court judge has dismissed a second legal challenge to the planned 138km north-south electricity interconnector. Mr Justice Max Barrett also re(...)

The European Commission is taking action against Ireland for allegedly failing to comply with EU law on the mutual recognition of seafarers’ qualifica(...)

The Court of Appeal will hear a case next week aimed at reversing a decision that buildings on Moore Street are a 1916 battlefield. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The Court of Appeal will next week hear the State’s appeal against a High Court declaration that various buildings and sites on and around Moore Stree(...)

Dublin Airport.

An appeal is being considered by Friends of the Irish Environment over the High Court’s rejection of its challenge to a new €320m runway at Dublin Air(...)

Environment: a legal milestone

The recognition for the first time in an Irish court of a constitutional right to environmental protection “that is consistent with the human dignity (...)

The High Court has thrown out three legal challenges against plans for a new €320 million runway at Dublin Airport. In what were lengthy and detailed(...)

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