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The Bar Council confirmed to The Irish Times it had ‘received formal notification from Dublin City Council that all appeals have been considered and approved’. Photograph: Frank Miller

Dublin City Council has been forced into a climbdown over a demand that barristers pay back thousands of euro in State pandemic grants which it had cl(...)

To qualify for the grant, barristers had to be earning less than €100,000 per annum. File photograph: Getty

Barristers have been told that a demand to give back thousands of euros in Covid grants paid in error may be unlawful, according to correspondence see(...)

 The Oireachtas committee on Covid-19 was told issues around physical infrastructure capacities within the courts system were emerging. File photograph: Collins Courts

The Covid-19 pandemic has led to a “seismic” change in how justice is administered in the State, an Oireachtas committee has heard. Legal representat(...)

Augustine Hill is a joint development between CIÉ, which owns the land, Edward Capital, a development firm run by Galway developer Gerry Barrett, and UK real estate investment firm Summix Capital. Image: Edward Group

The promoters of a €320 million mixed use, urban regeneration development in Galway city centre, which includes plans for a 21-storey tower, have been(...)

Laura Pennick (29), who pleaded guilty to thefts totalling €41,935 from Marie McNally between January 2010 and December 2012. Photograph: Collins Courts

A woman became her elderly neighbour’s carer before stealing more than €41,000 from her and spending it on home improvements, clothes and holidays, a (...)

“A strong manufacturing sector hinges on a robust infrastructure network”

The State needs to spend an extra €10 billion on roads, ports and energy by 2020 to tap manufacturing’s full potential, Ibec director Aviné McNally s(...)