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Father-of-four Alan Wilson had instructed his co-accused Joseph Kelly in an audio recording to “go and do what you have to do” to kill Gary Hanley.

Gangland criminal Alan Wilson, who conspired with his fellow gunmen to assassinate Dublin man Gary Hanley, is “very fortunate” that the maximum senten(...)

Sam Clarke Kavanagh of Sandymount Road, Sandymount, Dublin pictured leaving the Four Courts  after the settlement of her High Court action for damages. Photograph: Collins Courts

A woman who claimed an aerosol dry shampoo turned into “a flame-thrower” when she sprayed it in a nightclub bathroom has settled her High Court action(...)

Warren Baldwin has been awarded €67,000. File photograph: Collins Courts

An Australian tourist who injured his leg after slipping and rolling down three steps of a stone stairs at the National Museum of Ireland has been awa(...)

A controversial practice direction governing cases on the High Court’s asylum and immigration list is being reviewed. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times.

A controversial practice direction governing cases on the High Court’s asylum and immigration list is being reviewed. Lawyers working on the asylum (...)

A first time offender who claimed he was foced to rob a McDonald’s restaurant ‘or be killed’ has received a suspended jail sentence. Photographer: Christopher Dilts/Bloomberg.

A first time offender who claimed he was foced to rob a McDonald’s restaurant “or be killed” has received a suspended jail sentence. Glen Carolan (21(...)

Dirk Jager pleaded guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to charges of sexual assault and gross indecency.

A father-of-three has been jailed for five years for sexually abusing a 12-year-old boy more than 25 years ago after he made the child believe he want(...)

The woman, who can no longer live independently and is waiting for a place in a care home, told gardaí she handed over her life savings to the men because she feared for her life. Photograph: Getty/File

Two brothers have been sentenced to six years in prison for their roles in the theft of an estimated €205,000 from a reclusive woman. Thomas Coen (46(...)

High Court heard creditors, including AIB, the Revenue, Everyday Finance and the HSE were neutral as to the survival proposals.

The High Court has approved survival proposals for three healthcare and pharmacy firms employing 79 people. BOFH Holdings, trading as Health Express (...)

The National Aquatic Centre in Abbotstown.

The former operator of the National Aquatic Centre is not entitled to damages over being pursued to pay VAT on the lease for the Abbotstown centre, th(...)

A woman who fell at a Topaz petrol station when she was eight-months pregnant has had a €60,000 damages claim dismissed by the Circuit Civil Court. File image: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times.

A woman who fell at a Topaz petrol station when she was eight-months pregnant has had a €60,000 damages claim dismissed by the Circuit Civil Court. J(...)

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