Una Cassidy

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A couple who claimed they and their baby were being housed “like pigs,” were told Monday they have to quit their home in just under a fortnight. Gork(...)

General view of Tyrconnell Park in Inchicore, Dublin.

Tenants, who owe their landlord almost €12,000 in unpaid rent, also trashed the furniture in the house they still live in, the Circuit Civil court was(...)

A tenant, who owed €7,300 in rent arrears, told the Circuit Civil Court that her landlord unlawfully entered her property and threw out personal items, including an urn containing her late husband’s ashes. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

A Dublin mother has told a court her landlord unlawfully entered her rented home and threw out personal items, including an urn containing the ashes o(...)

Derek O’Shaughnessy, the former curate’s attendant at St Ann’s Church of Ireland on Dawson Street, Dublin, leaving the Four Courts. Photograph: Courts Collins

The former verger of a 300-year-old Dublin Church has been seven days to quit his rented Ballsbridge apartment owned by the charity Protestant Aid.Jud(...)

A judgment for unpaid rent has been granted against a couple whose assets were frozen following allegations that gold they had sold to a bullion dealer mysteriously turned to worthless copper plate overnight. Photograph: AFP

A judgment for unpaid rent has been granted against a couple whose assets were frozen following allegations that gold they had sold to a bullion deale(...)

Radio Nova: outstanding music royalties now stood at €46,877.82, court told.

Radio Nova has been billed for almost €47,000 for alleged non-payment of music royalties, the Circuit Civil Court was told yesterday.The radio station(...)

Michelle O’Connor, of Westbourne Park, Clondalkin, Dublin pictured leaving the Four Courts yesterday after she was given seven days to vacate her rented home following a Circuit Civil Court hearing. Photograph: Collins

A mother of three, who has been given seven days to quit her home, told a judge yesterday that the landlord to whom she owes almost €42,000 in (...)

Assistant data protection commissioner Tony Delaney. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

A major clothing retailer had a conviction for sending spam email affirmed after it took what is believed to be the first ever such appeal agai(...)