A soldier  remembers Private Caomhán Seoige from Inis Oírr before the unveiling of a memorial in his memory on Inis Oírr on May 29th,  2015. Photograph: Cormac Coyne

When Private Caomhán Seoige was sent out to observation post 6.22 Delta in the so-called ‘Iron Triangle’ in South Lebanon, the Aran Islander was just (...)

The Supreme Court will rule later on an appeal by dentists over changes to dental treatment for medical card holders. A five judge Supreme Court,&nbs(...)

A solider takes a moment to remember Private Caomhán Seoighe time before the unveiling of a memorial in his memory today on Inis Oírr on Friday. Pte Seoighe was kidnapped in 1981 in the Lebanon aged 20. His remains were never recovered. Photograph: Cormac Coyne.

Thousands of kilometres from where he disappeared, a lone Aran island soldier has been remembered on home sands of Inis Oírr with a monument dedicated(...)

Vanessa Nee, sister of the late Pte Hugh Doherty who was killed with Pte Caomhán Seoighe in Lebanon in 1981. Neither body has ever been found. Photograph: Declan Doherty.

A memorial to an Aran Islands soldier whose body was never found after he was killed in south Lebanon will be unveiled by Minister for Defence Simo(...)

A retired judge was appointed by Minister for Defence Simon Coveney to examine what happened on April 27th 1981 when Privates Hugh Doherty and Kevin Joyce were killed in south Lebanon.

Former High Court Judge Roderick Murphy has received an extension to complete his review of the circumstances of the deaths 34 years ago of two Irish (...)

A retired High Court judge is to carry out a review of the circumstances of the deaths almost 34 years ago of two Irish soldiers in Lebanon and the subsequent investigations.

A retired High Court judge is to carry out a review of the circumstances of the deaths almost 34 years ago of two Irish soldiers in Lebanon and the su(...)

 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(...)

The Director of Corporate Enforcement has withdrawn his appeal against the High Court’s refusal to make a disqualification order

The Director of Corporate Enforcement has withdrawn his appeal against the High Court’s refusal to make a disqualification order against a former seni(...)

Mr Justice Roderick Murphy gave his decision on an application by Aer Lingus plc for an unconditional order permitting a proposed 
€
¤500 million reduction in its capital reserves from 
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¤859 million to 
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¤359 million.

The High Court has ruled the trustees of Aer Lingus workers' pensions funds must be given prior notice of the proposed distribution of ¤500 mil(...)