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A man charged with the sexual exploitation of a child, and who broke his bail conditions, has been granted bail again. File photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

A man charged with the sexual exploitation of a child, and who broke his bail conditions, has been granted bail again. The man, who cannot be named, (...)

Denis O’Brien claims the CPP failed to obey its own rules when dismissing his complaints. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA

Businessman Denis O’Brien wants the Supreme Court to make findings that would be “entirely destructive” of, and “effectively undermine”, parliamentary(...)

Krzysztof Sliwa and  his aunt Magdalena Paczkowska Tomczak outside the Four Courts. Photograph: Collins Courts

A boy whose mother, his sole parent, died of breast cancer three years ago has secured €325,000 under a settlement of his High Court action against th(...)

Sean Fitzpatrick was declared bankrupt with assets of some €47 million and debts of €147million and is now out of bankruptcy.

The wife of former Anglo Irish Bank chairman Sean Fitzpatrick is claiming some € 40 million investments he had were mostly funded from loan accounts i(...)

A man who operated a large-scale cannabis growhouse in south Co Mayo has been sentenced to a total of three years in prison. File photograph: Matthew Staver/Bloomberg

A man who operated a large-scale, sophisticated cannabis growhouse in south Co Mayo was sentenced to a total of three years in prison at Castlebar Cir(...)

Two men have been remanded in custody charged in connection with a €250,000 drug seizure in Swords, Co Dublin. File photograph: Getty Images

Two men have been remanded in custody charged in connection with a €250,000 drug seizure in Swords, Co Dublin. The two, Mariusz Szularek (33) and Luk(...)

Under the arrangements for access, documents will be provided to the Data Protection Commissioner (DPC), former INM chairman Leslie Buckley, journalist Sam Smyth, the former head of INM’s Irish operations Joe Webb and former INM company secretary Andrew Donogher. Photograph: Fran Veale

The president of the High Court has approved arrangements governing access to documents to be used for an application by the State’s corporate watchdo(...)

 Michael Fingleton, former chief executive of Irish Nationwide Building Society, attending the Central Bank Inquiry, Black Hall Place, in 2016. File photograph: Alan Betson

Former Irish Nationwide Building Society chief executive Michael Fingleton has lost his appeal arguing he cannot lawfully be subject to a Central Ban(...)

Double killer Colin Howell is being questioned at Belfast police station. Photograph: Mark Jamieson

Convicted double killer Colin Howell was questioned today about a new allegation of serious sexual assault. The 59-year-old former dentist was broug(...)

The woman told Caroline Biggs SC, prosecuting, that after making her communion she went with her mother to visit relatives. She said her brother  came along and  had told his mother he would take his sister home. She said he brought her up to his bedroom, took off her dress before commenting on her underwear and raping her. File photograph: Getty Images

A woman has told a Central Criminal Court jury she was raped by her older brother on the day of her first holy communion. The man, who cannot be name(...)

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