A man who bought two cruiser berths on a River Shannon marina in Co Westmeath, which turned out to be ‘useless’, has been awarded more than €59,000 damages in the High Court. Image: iStock.

A man who bought two cruiser berths on a River Shannon marina in Co Westmeath, which turned out to be “useless”, has been awarded more than €59,000 da(...)

The judge  said the students were entitled to return back to the house, and said she was satisfied from the evidence before the court the receiver’s appointment was valid.

Four students are to be allowed back into a house in Limerick they were renting following a High Court ruling. On Thursday, Ms Justice Marie Baker ex(...)

Two children were taken into care in March 2012 following concerns about substance abuse, domestic violence and neglect, Rosario Boyle SC told the High Court. File photograph: Getty Images

A legal case aimed at keeping two children in care amid allegations of sexual abuse was withdrawn by the Child and Family Agency because it was “too t(...)

 Mount Anville School in South Co Dublin. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

A secretary at a private school in Dublin has lost a High Court appeal against a decision that her wages were lawfully cut as part of austerity legisl(...)

Ms Justice Marie Baker’s ruling means the Department of Social Protection will have to reconsider its decision to grant only single person’s rent supplement to a separated father of four who has joint custody of his children. Photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

Hundreds of parents, often fathers, who have separated from their spouses have trouble availing of access to their children because they do not have s(...)

Ms Justice Marie Baker found the department’s decision-making process when assessing the man’s application was flawed. Photograph: Collins

A High Court ruling that the Department of Social Protection must reconsider a decision to grant only single person’s rent allowance to a separated fa(...)