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John Moore, a businessman, and Brendan O’Connell, a vet, are seeking to overturn the council’s rejection of a proposed material alteration to the local area plan relating to High Road, also known as Goat Street, in Dingle.

Two men have taken High Court proceedings against Kerry County Council aimed at overturning a decision limiting housing development on a road with pan(...)

Mr Justice Michael Hanna said that in the absence of scientific certainty, considerable importance must be attached to the impression that the various professional witnesses made upon him.

The High Court has dismissed an action by a woman against the Rotunda Hospital in Dublin over hysterectomy surgery performed on her. Margaret O’Dea ((...)

Mr Justice Max Barrett said the case, which involves a 17-year-old girl, struck him as ‘particularly sad’.

The Health Service Executive (HSE) is legally constrained in its ability to provide an emergency short-term placement for an autistic teenager who has(...)

Prosecuting, Ms Fiona Murphy had said that in simple terms the case brought against the accused was one of gross negligence manslaughter.

It took a jury of eight men and four women at Waterford Circuit Criminal Court three and a half hours to deliver a verdict of guilty in the case of a (...)

The accused employed a ‘transaction reversal fraud’ to withdraw the maximum amount of money from an ATM without the machine registering

A thief driving a rented GoCar who stole over €8,500 by tampering with numerous ATMs around Dublin has been jailed for 18 months. Elvis Chiriac (35) (...)

A judge has warned a murder accused that he will be taken to the cells and banned from participating in his own trial, where he is representing himsel(...)

The two men are wanted in relation to the death of Ryan Kirkpatrick (24)  on September 18th of this year.

Two men wanted in relation to a fatal stabbing in the UK last month have appeared before the High Court in Dublin. Kane Hull (28) of Bower Street, an(...)

A blocklayer is entitled to €30,000 general damages against the Building and Allied Trades Union (BATU) over breach of his right to earn a livelihood.

A blocklayer is entitled to €30,000 general damages against the Building and Allied Trades Union (BATU) over breach of his right to earn a livelihood (...)

Noel Broggy, who told the court he had been knocked out by a mad cow’ at Sixmilebridge mart four years ago.

A judge has dismissed a €60,000 personal injury action by a 79-year-old farmer who “suffered horrible injuries” when impacted by a “mad cow” at a mart(...)

Ms Justice Deirdre Murphy said that ‘with the best will in the world the supports this young man needs might not be available within the prison system’.

The Director of a Sexual Violence Centre has heavily criticised a decision by a judge to give a teenager a five-year suspended sentence after he plead(...)

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